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THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH is coming to Paramount+

Based on the Walter Tevis novel of the same name and the iconic film that starred David Bowie, The Man Who Fell To Earth will follow a new alien character (Ejiofor) who arrives on Earth at a turning point in human evolution and must confront his own past to determine our future.

The cutest show of the year MUSTER DOGS arrives this Sunday on ABC

Spanning the red earth of the Top End to the green pastures of regional Victoria, Muster Dogs is a four-part series that follows five Kelpie puppies from the same litter on their journey to become muster dogs.

DEATH IN PARADISE returns to free-to-air with new season

The popular British whodunit series Death in Paradise is back for its tenth anniversary series as D.I. Neville Parker (Ralf Little) attempts to solve a slew of mysterious murders in the sun-soaked Caribbean.

A series inspired by the award winning book THE CROSSOVER by Kwame Alexander is set for Disney+

"The Crossover," a drama series based on the critically acclaimed bestselling novel in verse by Kwame Alexander, a Newbery Medal-winning and Coretta Scott King Book Awards' Author Honoree, has been ordered to series for premiere on Disney+.

SECRETS OF PLAYBOY premieres on Foxtel this April

The ten part docuseries will unravel the hidden truths behind the fableand philosophy of the Playboy empire through a modern-day lens, the series delves into the complex world Hugh Hefner created and examines its far-reaching consequences on our culture’s view of power and sexuality.

Amazon Prime Video announces premiere date for the second season of comedy UPLOAD

Upload is a sci-fi comedy series from Emmy Award-winning writer Greg Daniels (The Office, Parks and Recreation), set in a technologically advanced future where hologram phones, 3D food printers and automated grocery stores are the norm.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC presents TORN doco on climber ALEX LOWE for DISNEY+

In 1999, climbers Alex Lowe and David Bridges were lost in a deadly avalanche on the slopes of the Tibetan mountain Shishapangma. 17 years after their deaths, Lowe’s and Bridges’ bodies were discovered.