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This week in streaming: Relax with the bloody fairy tale that is Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

Posted: 23 March 2020 3:32 pm
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Once Upon a time in Hollywood

Wash your hands, stay in and catch up with television.

TV series and movies can provide comfort, especially when times are tough. We have a list of upbeat shows that you can watch instead of Contagion as well as a vast collection of sports movies to keep you busy while the leagues are cancelled. If you're craving something new, not to worry. Streaming platforms are still releasing content at an impressive rate, so you won't run out of titles to watch soon, even with the extra time you're spending inside.

One of the highlights of the week is the streaming premiere of Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood, which arrives on both Amazon Prime Video and Foxtel. The movie stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt as a movie star and his stuntman double struggling to make it in 60's Hollywood. It's bloody, it's immersive and it's gorgeous to look at.

Prime Video is also releasing new competition show Making the Cut, which sees Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn help talented designers make their mark on the fashion world. Meanwhile, Foxtel is premiering Season 13 of Selling Houses Australia, so you can sit back with a glass of wine and watch experts turn humble homes into eye-catching properties. Speaking of reality TV, Keeping Up with the Kardashians returns with Season 18 on hayu. Rumour has it that the drama is so juicy, you might even forget about the outside world.

Meanwhile, giant Netflix is offering subscribers new seasons of acclaimed drama Ozark and superhero show Black Lightning. Over at Stan, you can tune in for controversial true crime series Leavenworth and the second season of Welsh drama Hidden. Finally, we highly recommend you stream Train to Busan on SBS On Demand. The South Korean action/horror flick is a gory delight featuring a zombie apocalypse, tense action scenes and strong emotional beats. In other words, pure escapism.

Take a look at the highlights of this week's new streaming releases below. For a complete schedule of upcoming programming, check out our list of everything coming to Aussie streaming services in March 2020.

Netflix

26 March

Black Lightning: Season 3

Genre
Action, Drama, Sci-Fi
Runtime
45-minute episodes
IMDb
6.1

27 March

Ozark: Season 3

Genre
Drama, Crime, Thriller
Runtime
1-hour episodes
IMDb
8.3

Amazon Prime

27 March

Making the Cut

Genre
Reality TV
Runtime
N/A
IMDb
N/A

Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood (also coming to Foxtel March 28)

Genre
Comedy, Drama
Runtime
2h41min
IMDb
7.7

Stan

26 March

Leavenworth: Season 1

Genre
Documentary, Crime, War
Runtime
1-hour episodes
IMDb
6.8

27 March

Hidden: Season 2

Genre
Crime, Drama, Mystery
Runtime
1-hour episodes
IMDb
7.1

hayu

27 March

Keeping Up with the Kardashians: Season 18

Genre
Genre Reality TV
Runtime
45-minute episodes
IMDb
2.8

Foxtel

25 March

Selling Houses Australia: Season 13

Genre
Genre Reality TV
Runtime
1-hour episodes
IMDb
8.6

SBS On Demand

28 March

Train to Busan

Genre
Action, Horror, Thriller
Runtime
1h 58min
IMDb
7.5

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