When the folk of a small Danish town have enough of being terrorised by Mike, the local psychopath, a group of five people take matters into their own hands. However, they soon find out that when you start playing God, it’s far too easy to end up being the Devil. Add Deliver Us to your Nordic noir watch-list.
Season 1 of Deliver Us is now streaming at SBS On Demand:
Season 2 picks up six months after the financial world nearly collapsed in the crisis. While stricter conditions make business extremely difficult for Deutsche Global Invest, for the new boss of investments, Christelle Leblanc (Désirée Nosbusch), opportunities to ascend seem to disappear by the day. Even for ambitious investment banker Jana Liekam (Paula Beer), things are not going as planned. With new players stirring up the traditional system, the game of power, manipulation and personal ambition continues.
Seasons 1 and 2 of Bad Banks are now streaming at SBS On Demand. Here is season 2 episode 1:
Following the dysfunctional adventures of six besties living in Chicago – businessman and overachiever Brad (Damon Wayans, Jr.) who is crazy in love with his perfectionist wife Jane (Eliza Coupe); Jane’s younger sister, the ditzy Alex (Elisha Cuthbert), a happy-go-lucky boutique owner; Dave (Zachary Knighton), a daydreamer, aspiring restaurateur and food truck owner; slacker man-child Max (Adam Pally) who struggles to hold down a job and maintain a consistent relationship; and party girl Penny (Casey Wilson), a serial dater ever searching for Mr. Right – you’ll enjoy the company of this funny, lovable group of mates.
Season 1 of Happy Endings airs on SBS VICELAND from Saturday 2 May at 5:05pm. The full seasons 1–3 are now streaming at SBS On Demand. Here is season 1 episode 1:
Kicking off season 2, janitor and star gamer Josh Futturman (Josh Hutcherson) is kidnapped by Pointed Circle, a secret terrorist organisation, and Stu Camillo (Haley Joel Osment) is now in power. Working together with Tiger and Wolf, their journeys through time take them to some freaky and dangerous places.
Double episodes of Future Man air on SBS VICELAND from Thursday 7 May at 9:30pm. The full seasons 1 and 2 are now at SBS On Demand. Here is season 2 episode 1:
From its purchase, packaging and shipment across the Atlantic, this gripping drama filmed in six countries follows the journey of 5000 kg of cocaine. An epic power struggle among the most powerful bosses in international organised crime puts all lives and livelihoods at risk. From the award-winning team behind Gomorrah, the renowned international cast includes Golden Globe Award-winner Gabriel Byrne (Hereditary), award-winning British actress Andrea Riseborough (Birdman, Bloodline), American star Dane DeHaan (Valerian and the City of A Thousand Planets, The Amazing Spiderman 2) and Mexican actor Harold Torres (El Chapo).
Season 1 of ZeroZeroZero premieres on SBS on Thursday 14 May at 9:30pm. Episodes will be available at SBS On Demand same day as broadcast.
The titular Hernán is Spanish Hernán Cortés (Óscar Jaenada) who in 1519 is on a bloody mission to conquer Mexico. Filmed on location and featuring a cast from both countries, the lavish historical series brings to life this momentous time in history. Cortés finds he has not only fierce locals to contend with, but some who’ve sailed with him prove to be no picnic either.
Season 1 of Hernán is now streaming at SBS On Demand:
This popular Canadian thriller is back for a fourth and final season. Set in the fictional town of Algonquin Bay, in the north of Ontario, Detective John Cardinal (Billy Campbell, The Killing) and his partner Lise Delorme (Karine Vanasse, Revenge) investigate major crimes and unearth the darker side of their picturesque community. There are plenty more to keep them busy this season.
Made In Italy
When Irene (up-and-comer Greta Ferro) lands a job with fashion magazine Appeal to help pay for her university studies, her life changes course forever. With the dazzling world of 1970s Milan as the backdrop, through Irene we see the ascension of Italian designers and the social and political upheaval of the time, not to mention the incredible fashions.
Season 1 of Made In Italy is now streaming at SBS On Demand:
The Clinton Affair
Academy Award-winning documentary director Alex Gibney focuses this series on the extraordinary sequence of events that led to only the second presidential impeachment trial in America’s history. Between a vast right wing conspiracy against the Clintons and a West Wing conspiracy against Monica Lewinsky, Americans were divided not only along party lines but within themselves. Quick to condemn the behaviour of the president and Lewinsky, no one could look away from the scandal that rocked the nation.
Seven-part series The Clinton Affair airs on Sunday nights on SBS at 8:30pm from 24 May. It is also now streaming at SBS On Demand:
Baghdad in November 2003, while occupied by US-led coalition forces post invasion, has no effective rule of law. In the midst of this turbulence, former Iraqi policeman Mushin al Khafaji (Waleed Zuaiter) is battling to keep himself and his ill daughter Mrouj (July Namir) safe. But when he learns that his estranged elder daughter Sawsan is missing, Khafaji is forced into a desperate search. As Sawsan’s hidden life is gradually revealed, Khafaji finds himself recruited into a mission to rebuild the local police force. This powerful series from the UK is not to be missed.
Season 1 of Baghdad Central is now streaming at SBS On Demand. The series will air on SBS later in the year.
SBS On Demand now available on Foxtel iQ3 and iQ4
Your social-distancing viewing just got even better with Foxtel iQ3 and iQ4 customers now able to access SBS On Demand!
Foxtel’s Chief Product and Strategy Officer, Alice Mascia said: “We are pleased to add the incredibly popular SBS On Demand app to our iQ3s and iQ4s providing customers an even broader range of content directly on their Foxtel set top boxes, while also giving SBS access to a highly engaged TV audience.
“The addition of SBS On Demand comes at a particularly relevant time for customers as they settle in at home supporting social distancing measures.
“Since its launch last year, feedback from customers on the New Foxtel Experience has been exceptionally positive with more than one million homes now experiencing the best of TV and on demand all in one place.”
SBS On Demand General Manager, Chris Tangye, said: “SBS On Demand is home to some of the world’s best and most distinctive programming, providing a truly unique collection of content for Australians. With everything from culinary adventures, global cinema, compelling drama, thought-provoking documentaries and trusted news and current affairs, there couldn’t be a better time to be bringing this to more audiences through Foxtel iQ3 and iQ4 as we all look for opportunities to escape and be entertained, as well as informed.
“Foxtel audiences will also be able to access SBS On Demand’s extensive multilingual offering, including many locally-made programs available with subtitles through our Arabic and Chinese Collections.”
SBS On Demand is now available for iQ3 and iQ4 customers and will download automatically to set top boxes putting its content, along with Netflix, ABC iview and Foxtel’s own live and on demand programming, at customers’ fingertips.
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