This month, the Aussie streaming services are giving you true crime, indie dramas, and plenty of Game of Thrones styles to keep you company.
[SOUND] On Netflix, we are really psyched for the post-apocalyptic Scandi noir thriller, The Rain, coming on May 4. Two siblings emerge from a bunker years after a rain-borne virus wipes out most of the population.
Think of it like Contagion, but in Denmark.
Also on Netflix is Evil Genius, a true crime docco about a bank robbery gone wrong and a major manhunt to find the perpetrators.
That lands on May 11, and if you're looking for something a little [UNKNOWN] Everyone's favourite secret agent man Archer is coming to Netflix with season eight landing on May 23.
On Fox tell the big winner of this month is Picnic at Hanging Rock on May 6. The Fox tell original is a new take on the 1975 film starting Natalie Dormer from Game of Thrones.
Speaking of game of thrones the next season is a while off but you can get your John Snow from gun powder from May 1, it's a BBC drama about the gun powder plot that proves that Kid Harrington just really likes getting his.
Stands my line up is headed up by VIDA a series from the creators of girls about two Mexican American sisters Forced back together after their mother's funeral.
That lands on May 7. Stan also has some great movies coming this month, including Indie romcom The Big Sick landing on May 1 and the oddball heist comedy Logan Lucky on May 22, starring James Bond's very own Daniel Craig as a convict called Joe Bang.
So, let me know what you're watching.
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