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Everything new streaming this MAY 2024 on ABC IVIEW

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May on ABC iview brings a captivating array of premieres and returns, ensuring there’s something for every viewer.

Highlighted by Tony Armstrong’s Extra-Ordinary Things, Gruen, and Restoration Australia, among others, this month’s schedule is packed with engaging content.

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Tony Armstrong’s Extra-Ordinary Things makes its world premiere and will be available for binge-watching starting Tuesday 21 May. This intriguing series features Tony Armstrong as he explores unique objects that reveal the lesser-known histories of Australia. Through engaging encounters with the objects’ owners, Armstrong unveils a tapestry of stories that highlight the nation’s cultural and historical diversity.

Gruen Series 16 returns with its world premiere on Wednesday 15 May. The beloved Wil Anderson is back at the helm, accompanied by a panel of experts, ready to dissect the world of advertising. The show promises to expose the tricks of the trade, keeping viewers both informed and entertained.

Wil Anderson hosts GRUEN (image - ABC)
Wil Anderson hosts GRUEN (image – ABC)

Restoration Australia Series 6 is set to capture audiences with its world premiere on Thursday 23 May. Hosted by architecture expert Anthony Burke, the series documents various challenging restoration projects across Australia, showcasing the highs and lows encountered along the way, culminating in glorious transformations.

Penn and Teller: Fool Us Season 10 will have its FTA premiere on Monday 6 May. This season continues to offer ambitious magicians the chance to stun the legendary Penn & Teller with their illusions, all for a coveted spot in the duo’s Las Vegas show.

Louis Theroux Interviews Season 2 returns on Sunday 12 May, featuring Theroux’s unique style of intimate and revelatory conversations with celebrities from various fields, offering viewers a deeper understanding of these well-known figures.

Britain By the Book, premiering on Thursday 16 May, follows Mel Giedroyc and Martin Clunes as they journey through the picturesque landscapes that have inspired some of Britain’s most beloved literary works.

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Grand Designs UK Series 21 premieres on Thursday 23 May. Presenter Kevin McCloud guides us through the ambitious journeys of self-builders pushing the envelope of modern architecture, from East Yorkshire to Hackney Downs.

This May also sees the return of several favourites, including David Stratten’s Stories of Australian Cinema (1 May), Monty Don’s French Gardens (5 May), and the multiple series of Long Lost Family (9 May), as well as The Witchfinder Series 1 (14 May) and Time Series 1 (15 May).

With such a diverse and exciting lineup, ABC iview is set to keep viewers hooked throughout May.

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  1. “World premieres” for both Tony Armstrong’s Extra-Ordinary Things and Gruen Series 16? Love the PR spin, I’m sure that viewers outside of Australia are really anticipating these shows!!


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