What's new on Australian streaming in AugustStan is going all in on comedy, Netflix is playing superheroes and Foxtel is in peak "Game of Thrones" mode.
superheroes, white walkers, cold war cop shows, here's what's coming to streaming services in Australia this August. Netflix is doubling down on the Marvel universe with season one of it's Netflix original Marvel's the Defenders landing on August 18th. Now I can take or leave Ironfist but if it has Jessica Jones, I'm in and if that's not enough Marvel's Doctor Strange is hitting Netflix on August one Benedict Cumberbatch in a red cape, what more could you want? [MUSIC] Finally, Netflix is taking us back to the land of Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later on August 4th. [SOUND] What, am I gonna my miss my camp reunion? Now there are too many awesome comedians in this to list, Amy Poehler, Paul Rudd, Kristie Wiig. Speaking of wigs, there's plenty of terrible hair, but we're really on board. Stan has its own stand-up comedy style with Matt Okine's new Aussie comedy, The Other Guy. We've seen early episodes of this and it is laugh-out-loud funny, with some Truly creative swearing. You can catch it on Stan on August 17. For a different style of comedy, Swedish Dicks is on Stan from August 10. Peter Stormare plays and ex-stuntman turned private investigator living in LA with a Keep your eyes peeled for Keanu Reeves camo in this one. And finally, Stan is backing up it's exactly run of Rupaul's Drag Race with Season Two of All Stars streaming now. And Not Today Bianca starring Season Six winner, Bianca Del Rio on August 18. On Foxtail, it's all Game of Thrones all the time. Now there is a new episode every Monday of August. But you already knew that. So if you want a binge of a different kind, Foxtel is getting a James Bond pop up channel in August. Bringing every Bond movie to both cable and Foxtel now. And finally, Amazon has [UNKNOWN] eastern blocks Spoof [UNKNOWN] detected. It's a fake 80s cop show starring Romanian actors but it's dubbed by Channing Tatum, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Nick Offerman. You can check it out on Amazon prime videos from August 4. For more streaming news, head to cnet.com.