News & Opinion
Servant of the People is now streaming in Australia on SBS
What a weird time to watch this Ukrainian comedy series, starring President Zelenskyy as an unexpected leader.
How to watch Atlanta season 3 in Australia
The wait has been worth it, with critics applauding the nutty new episodes of Donald Glover’s rap dramedy.
8 TV shows arriving in March that we’re excited about
Kings of tigers, knights of the moon, and startup breakdowns are our top picks for the small screen.
SBS’s 2022 line-up includes Aussies originals + new Atlanta and The Handmaid’s Tale
New Australian drama, the return of Atlanta and The Handmaid’s Tale, and more international sport than you can handle.
10 of the best Australian TV shows of 2021
Now’s the time to catch up on last year’s most sensational small-screen stories from right here in Aus.
The ultimate guide to every Australian streaming platform
Our one-stop-shop guide to every streaming platform available to Australians.
New Gold Mountain is a riveting slice of Australian history, chock-full of greed and lust
While there is certainly some rotting teeth and fly-strewn blood, this is far from The Proposition or The Nightingale.
Epic Australian western New Gold Mountain arrives soon on SBS on Demand
The as-yet-untold story of Australia’s migrant miners, combining together epic western and murder mystery elements.
Julia Gillard doco Strong Female Lead is a brutal walk of shame down memory lane
Released as the first of SBS’s Australia Uncovered investigations, this is a difficult yet hopeful insight into Aus politics.
SBS presents Australia Uncovered, 8 new documentaries on Australia’s biggest issues
The revelatory series kicks off with an examination of Julia Gillard’s turbulent time as Prime Minister.
7 new TV shows arriving in June that we’re excited about
Lots of crime hijinks, bored housewives, and a superhero or two will take centre stage this month.
See What You Made Me Do is vital viewing, examining the epidemic of male violence
SBS’s newly launched documentary series seeks to shift the focus onto the lived experience of victims and survivors of abuse.
How to watch all of season six of Vikings in Australia
Inspired by tales of the Norsemen, this celebrated series is finally headed to Valhalla.
Michael Apted’s poignant Up documentary series is now on SBS On Demand
Since 1964, we’ve grown up alongside Apted’s class of seven-year-olds as their lives play out in different directions.
We Are Who We Are is now on SBS On Demand: here’s what critics are saying
Set on a US military base in Italy, this coming-of-age drama definitely bears traces of Call Me By Your Name.
Fargo season 4 is gorgeously filmic and morally ambiguous
The latest season of the hit anthology crime series more than delivers the goods.
Hopepunk’s not dead: 7 relentlessly hopeful shows streaming right now
It’s been a dreadful year, so the time is ripe for an embrace of shows that present positive and inspiring stories.
8 new TV shows arriving in August that we’re excited about
August is the month for documentaries, sports comedies, bounty hunters, erotic journeys and more.
Here are Sydney Film Festival Selects’ many gems, available via SBS On Demand
A collection of 40 of the festival’s biggest hits is available right now, and for free!
The Beach is a soul-replenishing slice-of-life documentary from Warwick Thornton
Watch this sublime documentary and you’ll feel like you’ve been on a holiday.
A guide to every Nicole Kidman movie you can watch for free on SBS On Demand
Our Nicole can do anything – here’s seven examples of her range and grace at their best.
Overseas trip cancelled? Here’s 10 swoon-worthy world movies from SBS On Demand
From Kiwi comedy to surreal South Korean romance, SBS has got you covered in the international romance department.