Craving a night in? We’ve got six great new shows you can sink your teeth into.
Big Little Lies
If you enjoy high-stakes drama, chilling mystery and famous female faces, you’ll love Big Little Lies.
Based on the book by Australian author Liane Moriarty, Big Little Lies stars Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Laura Dern and Shailene Woodley as housewives in the wealthy seaside suburb of Monterey.
Their home lives, while seemingly perfect from the outside, are fraught with violence, scandal and despair. Of course, it’s not long before it all starts to unravel.
The HBO show opens with a murder and slowly pieces together clues to reveal which of the women is responsible.
Where to watch: Mondays at 1pm or 8.30pm on Foxtel’s showcase channel, or via Foxtel On Demand, Foxtel Play or Foxtel Go.
If you like cutting-edge pop culture references, hip hop music and biting social commentary, you’ll love Atlanta.
It’s the critically-lauded brainchild of writer, director and actor Donald Glover.
The former Community actor stars as Earn Marks, a struggling artist manager trying to kickstart his cousin’s rap career in the Georgia city.
The series is a blend of scathing social commentary, poignant humour, and a unique dash of magic realism that’ll have you up all night to watch “just one more” episode.
Still not convinced? Atlanta also boasts a brilliant soundtrack as well as one of the most incredible depictions of Justin Bieber you’re likely to ever see.
Where to watch: SBS on Demand.
If it’s courtroom drama you’re after, Billions can be best summarised as Law and Order meets The Wolf of Wall Street.
It stars Homeland’s Damian Lewis as a charismatic 9/11 survivor who, while appearing honourable and just, runs his hedge fund using dodgy tactics.
Meanwhile, Paul Giamatti plays the son of a wealthy businessman, who is trying to prove himself and further his political career. Bringing down Damian Lewis’s character might be the perfect way to do it.
A study of good and evil where it’s hard to distinguish the bad guys from the good guys.
Where to watch: Stan.
Grace and Frankie
If you love classic sit-coms, dysfunctional family dynamics and and hilarious hijinks, you’ll love Grace and Frankie.
The third season of this quirky comedy came out on March 24 and sees Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin return as the hilarious retirees forced into a friendship when their husbands reveal they are gay, for each other.
Fonda and Tomlin shine as “women of a certain age” seeking to recapture their freedom and their youth after their lives are turned upside down.
Where to watch: Netflix.
Billy Bob Thornton plays down and out lawyer Billy McBride, who gets a shot at redemption – and revenge – when a wrongful death suit pits him against the blue-chip firm he founded in his sober glory days.
The old firm and its co-founder, played by William Hurt, are formidable foes and Billy must draw on all his wit and guile to get back into the game.
A strong support cast includes Maria Bello and Molly Parker, but it’s Thornton and Hurt who’ll have you coming back for more.
Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video.
Juicy, racy and impossible to stop watching, Imposters follows a beautiful con artist as she travels around seducing rich men and robbing them blind.
However, when her scorned lovers meet up to share their despair, they realise that between them they can track her down and end her trail of destruction.
But can they outsmart a master of deception?
Where to watch: Stan.