Everything Coming To Stan, Foxtel And Amazon This August

From TV drama to documentaries, original films to stand-up comedy, Australia’s streaming services are getting new content added all the time. Read on to see all the content that will be added to Stan, Foxtel and Amazon Prime Video’s libraries in August.


This month has some great watching on Stan, with the return of Better Call Saul, a brand new take on the classic Get Shorty with comedy faves Chris O’Dowd and Ray Romano, and Sacha Baron Cohen returns for the shocking Who Is America leading up to the finale this August.

Who Is America?

Famous for creating a roster of iconic moments and incendiary characters, Baron Cohen returns to series television for the first time in more than a decade, writing and directing WHO IS AMERICA? In the works over the past year, the seven-episode series will explore the diverse individuals, from the infamous to the unknown across the political and cultural spectrum, who populate the unique nation.

Better Call Saul

This season the bad guys get badder… as Chuck’s death catalyses Jimmy McGill’s (Bob Odenkirk) transformation into Saul Goodman. In the wake of his loss, Jimmy takes steps into the criminal world that will put his future as a lawyer – and his relationship with Kim (Rhea Seehorn) – in jeopardy.

Get Shorty

Chris O’Dowd (Bridesmaids) and Ray Romano (Everybody Loves Raymond) headline this hilarious remake of Barry Sonnenfeld’s classic crime comedy about a hitman who decides to head out on a new career path as a film producer.
The second season comes to Stan August 13th, same day as the U.S.


Here’s the full list:

  • August 1
    Younger: Season 5: weekly
    Happy Valley: Season 2
    The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy: Season 1
  • August 2
    1. Condor: Season 1: weekly
      Fireworks Wednesday
  • August 3
    1. Love and Bananas
      Tiny Furniture
  • August 4
    1. Precious
  • August 5
    1. Power: Season 5: weekly
      Land of Mine
  • August 6
    1. Preacher: Season 3: weekly
      Claws: Season 2: weekly
      Our Cartoon President: Season 1: weekly
      Who Is America?: Season 1: weekly
      Cosimo and Nicole
  • August 7
    1. Brad’s Status
      Better Call Saul: Season 4: weekly
  • August 8
    1. The Fencer
  • August 9
    1. Happy End
  • August 10
    1. The Marvelous Misadventure of Flapjack: Season 1
      Dark Places
      Edge of Tomorrow
      A Most Wanted Man
  • August 11
    1. Jane
      Witching And Bitching
  • August 12
    1. Eden
  • August 13
    1. Get Shorty: Season 2: weekly
      The Bar
  • August 14
    1. The Wedding Guest
      Yoga Hosers
      The White Knights
  • August 16
    1. The Big Easy
  • August 17
    1. Looped: Season 1
      Suite Francaise
  • August 18
    1. Dredd 3D
  • August 19
    1. In The House
  • August 20
    1. The Piano Teacher
  • August 21
    1. Shame
  • August 22
    1. You’re Next
  • August 23
    1. 60 Days In: Season 1
      Macadam Stories
      8 Women
  • August 24
    1. The Powerpuff Girls: Season 3: weekly
      The Railway Man
  • August 25
    1. 24 Hour Party People
  • August 26
    1. Aruvi
  • August 27
    1. America To Me: Season 1: weekly
      The Swell Season
  • August 28
    1. Wonder
      Tulip Fever
  • August 29
    1. Amour
  • August 30
    1. Ironclad


    Here are some of the highlights of Foxtel’s new movies and TV shows for February:

    Drunk History

    Drunk comedians try to explain historical events – and then have to live out their drunken scenarios.

    Star Wars: The Last Jedi

    Luke Skywalker’s peaceful and solitary existence gets upended when he encounters Rey, a young woman who shows strong signs of the Force. Her desire to learn the ways of the Jedi forces Luke to make a decision that changes their lives forever.

    Fear The Walking Dead: Season 4

    The Walking Dead’s companion series is back for more, with the second half of Season 4 airing now.

    Here’s the full list:


    • Drunk History S1-4: August 1
    • The Adulterer: August 1
    • Ballers S4 : weekly from August 13
    • Fear The Walking Dead S4B: weekly from August 13
    • A Place To Call Home: The Final Chapter: weekly from August 19
    • The Durrells S3: weekly from August 19
    • The Pacific: In The Wake of Captain Cook With Sam Neill: weekly from August 27
    • Gogglebox Australia S8: weekly from August 29
    • Sharp Objects: Continues throughout August
    • Patrick Melrose: Continues throughout August
    • Wentworth S6: Continues throughout August
    • 60 Days In S4: Continues throughout August


    • August 1
      Anastasia (1997)
      Annie Hall
      Barefoot In The Park
      The Brady Bunch Movie
      Bruce Almighty
      Chasing Liberty
      Closed Circuit
      Dallas Buyers Club
      Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules
      Drugstore Cowboy
      The Duchess And The Dirtwater Fox
      The Eagle
      Flags Of Our Fathers
      Geek Charming
      Gone Baby Gone
      Halloween (1978)
      Happy End
      How To Lose Friends & Alienate People
      The Impossible
      Land Of Mine
      The Last Face
      The Life Of David Gale
      Life Or Something Like It
      Like Mike
      A Little Bit Of Heaven
      The Lizzie McGuire Movie
      Man On Fire
      Match Point
      Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie
      Monster In Law
      The Producers
      Promised Land (2012)
      Pushing Tin
      Reign Of Fire
      Romy And Michele’s High School Reunion
      Rosemary’s Baby
      Sleeping Beauty
      Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs
      Something Borrowed
      Teen Witch
      Three Men And A Baby
      Three Men And A Little Lady
      Tinker Bell
      Tinker Bell And The Great Fairy Rescue
      Tinker Bell And The Lost Treasure
      Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie
      Up Close & Personal
      Who Framed Roger Rabbit
      The World’s Fastest Indian
  • August 2
    1. Fanatic
      Zero Dark Thirty
  • August 3
    1. Goon: Last Of The Enforcers
      Hulk vs.
      Run All Night
  • August 4
    1. The Dinner
      Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines
  • August 5
    1. My Pet Dinosaur
  • August 6
    1. Beatriz At Dinner
      The Captive
      The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring
  • August 7
    1. The Wilde Wedding
  • August 8
    1. November Criminals
  • August 9
    1. Boys In The Trees
  • August 10
    1. The Star
  • August 11
    1. 47 Meters Down
      Brad’s Status
  • August 12
    1. Marauders
  • August 13
    1. A Family Man
      The Maze Runner
  • August 14
    1. The Wedding Guest
  • August 15
    1. I.T.
      The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
      Space Jam
  • August 16
    1. Sometimes The Good Kill
  • August 17
    1. The Jungle Bunch
  • August 18
    1. Marshall
  • August 19
    1. Collide
  • August 20
    1. Shot Caller
  • August 21
    1. Hampstead
  • August 23
    1. Stalked By My Doctor: Patient’s Revenge
  • August 24
    1. The Secret Scripture
  • August 25
    1. Breathe
      Fright Night
      Only The Brave
  • August 26
    1. Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle
  • August 27
    1. Good Kids
  • August 28
    1. Star Wars: The Last Jedi
  • August 29
    1. Wonder
  • August 30
    1. Early Release
  • August 31
    1. Goodbye Christopher Robin


    Events available on demand after live broadcast.

    • 2018 Telstra NRL Premiership: Continues in August
    • 2018 Toyota AFL Premiership: Continues in August
    • 2018 Vodafone Super Rugby Final: 1st weekend in August
    • 2018 Supercars Championship:
      Red Rooster Sydney Supernight 300: Aug 4 – 6
      The Bend Supersprint: Aug 24 – 26
  • Johnnie Walker Belgian Grand Prix: Aug 24 – 26
  • 2018 Bledisloe Cup & The Rugby Championship: August 18 – 25

  • Amazon Prime Video

    Amazon Prime Video is now available in Australia, and this month we’re getting a couple of new Amazon Originals. Here are the new shows available in Australia in August:

    Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan (31 August)

    This explosive, globetrotting thriller finds Marine-turned-rookie CIA analyst Jack Ryan (John Krasinski) sitting behind a desk, scrutinising suspicious financial transactions. Following the money leads, Jack and his boss James Greer (Wendell Pierce) to Mousa Bin Suleiman (Ali Suliman), the Syrian-based terrorist mastermind behind a horrific attack in Paris. With assistance from government epidemiologist Dr. Cathy Mueller (Abbie Cornish) and Suleiman’s wife Hanin (Dina Shihabi), Jack becomes an unexpected hero as he races to stop the extremist from unleashing an insidious assault on U.S. soil. An action-packed thrill-ride told in eight heart-stopping episodes, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan is an up-to-the minute reimagining of the iconic American hero’s first foray as a CIA operative.

    All Or Nothing: Manchester City (17 August)

    All Or Nothing: Manchester City is the highly anticipated behind the scenes documentary from Amazon Prime Video which will offer fans around the world a glimpse into the historic club in its record setting, Premier League winning year. It will include interviews and dressing room action with legendary coach Pep Guardiola, as well as the week-on-week stories that unfold within the lives of the players.

    Also coming to Amazon Prime Video:

  • Daddy Day Care
  • Tears of the Sun
  • Lemur Street
  • Jaguar Adventure with Nigel Marven
  • Richard Hammond’s Engineering Connections
  • Lodge 49 (7 August)
  • Pistorius (9 August)
  • Stinky & Dirty (14 August)
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