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1940. Norway is occupied by Nazi Germany. Crown Princess Märtha (Sonia Helin - The Bridge) and her children find shelter as political refugees in the White House.
SBS On Demand is your window to the world this May with BLOODLANDS, ATLANTIC CROSSING, and more, including EUROVISION 2021
SBS have announced their May releases for their On Demand service, which include the Australian premiere of Bloodlands, and Eurovision Song Contest with Myf Warhurst and Joel Creasey.
Liv (Bianca Kronlöf), a Swedish detective, witnesses the attack during a call with her boyfriend Viktor who is onboard the ship. Liv travels to Greenland to investigate.
When a seemingly perfect and happy family is murdered by someone they know and trust, the small Scottish community they call home becomes riven with doubt and suspicion as those closest to the family begin to question everything they thought they knew about their friends.
Hosted by former gaming addict turned clinical psychologist, Dr. Kim Le, this documentary experiment will reveal the detrimental impact that technology addiction is having on our mental health, our children’s wellbeing and our very humanity.
Summer 2007, Finland. While the Kurtti family are spending their annual holidays in their cabins in the land of a thousand lakes, the family is struck by a tragedy.
Things have been very difficult in their lives lately with Paul’s house damage by a fire, Alison losing a job, and their autistic young son Joe (Max Vento) struggling with the changes.
SBS confronts Australia’s domestic abuse crisis with revelatory documentary series SEE WHAT YOU MADE ME DO
Spearheading a month of programming on SBS examining Australia's domestic abuse crisis, is new series, See What You Made Me Do. The series will premiere on May 5 and be hosted by investigative journalist, Jess Hill, who will meet survivors of abuse.
This intriguing procedural crime drama digs deep into the heart of missing persons investigations uncovering the human story within.
A haunting thriller inspired by the real-life story of a German cult in Chile.
Teenager Elle Jannok (Eila Ballovara Varsi) walks home from a party in Kautokeino when she discovers a mobile phone lying on the side of the road, ringing.
Partisan takes place in the idyllic surroundings of Jordnära, a gated community that runs a very successful organic farm that distributes vegetables.
World-first interactive documentary ARE YOU ADDICTED TO TECHNOLOGY? investigates Australia’s tech obsession
SBS On Demand have commissioned a world-first interactive documentary, hosted by Dr. Kim Le. 'Are You Addicted to Technology?' invites viewers to participate through a built-in questionnaire, and highlights the negative impacts of Australia's tech addiction.
Olivia Rönning and Abbas el Fassi are affected by two different murders in two different cities, Marseille and Stockholm.
In this season return, Erik and Nina have gone back to their old ways as con artists and are trying to make their work fit around family life in the suburb of Friheden.
Channel 10 has today confirmed an Australian launch date for its new subscription streaming service Paramount+
Dr Peter Scott-Morgan is a renowned scientist and robotics expert. In 2017 he was diagnosed with motor neurone disease (MND), an incurable illness that attacks the body’s nerves causing muscles to waste away.