FOXTEL Australia: JUNE 2023 Release Schedule (With Trailers)

Left to Right: ‘Warrior’ s3, ‘And Just Like That’ s2 and ‘Based on a True Story’

Australia: Take a look at your JUNE 2023 release schedule for FOXTEL – complete with the trailers available!

After more Australian streaming release schedules? Also check out the JUNE line-ups for NETFLIXDISNEY+STAN, BINGE, AMAZON PRIME VIDEOSHUDDER, and BRITBOX …

Foxtel Disclaimer: Although every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, all programming is subject to late change. Foxtel may vary channel content or transmission times. Foxtel is not liable for any loss or disappointment any viewer may suffer as a result. All times listed in AEST.

1 June

  • Fox Arena – Eating With My Ex (Season 1) 9.00pm

This award-winning, compulsive reality show features real-life exes squaring off for a post-match analysis over one final dinner. We get to tag along as these former couples dissect their dissent, asking awkward questions and looking for closure.

  • Crime & Investigation – Cold Justice (Season 7) 9.30pm

Cold Justice, produced by Dick Wolf, follows former prosecutor Kelly Siegler and a team of investigators as they reopen unsolved murder cases with the consent of local law enforcement.

  • Lifestyle – Millionaire Holiday Home Swap (Season 1) 8.30pm

Welcome to the world of the Millionaire Holiday Home Swap, an elite club of 14,000 holiday home swapping millionaires. Members’ homes span the globe, encompassing a property portfolio worth more than $25 billion.

  • Discovery – Gold Rush: Dave Turin’s Lost Mine (Season 1) 9.30pm

Families have been reaching out to Dave Turin, asking for his help in resurrecting their failing mines. Now, using his expertise and the backing of financiers, he’s on a mission to find gold in a long abandoned mine and turn a profit for the families.

  • Discovery Turbo – Shorty’s Dream Shop (Season 1) 8.30pm

These talented mechanics take loved cars and transform them into sleek hot rods for deserving owners. They’re bringing the American Dream to life one build at a time.

  • TLC – The Culpo Sisters (Season 1) 9.30pm

The Culpos are a super tight-knit Italian family of 7 from Cranston, Rhode Island. The three sisters, led by former Miss Universe-turned-entrepreneur extraordinaire Olivia Culpo, have migrated cross country to Los Angeles to pursue their dream careers, amassing a huge social media following along the way.  

3 June

  •  Fox8 – Sarah Silverman Special (90 Minute Special) 12.00am

Comedian, actor, writer and producer Sarah Silverman returns with her first HBO comedy special since 2013’s acclaimed “Sarah Silverman: We Are Miracles.”

  • Fox Arena – All Together Now (Season 1) 7.30pm

Emotions run high as the hopefuls step out onto the stage to sing in front of a carefully selected studio chorus a handpicked cast of 100 great singers, and it is these 100 that decide each contestant’s fate.

  • Fox Docos – Music In Review – Johnny Cash (1 Hour Special) 7.30pm

The film features rare archive interviews with Johnny and the reflections of a team of leading critics and working musicians, including ‘Cowboy’ Jack Clement and Bob Wooton and ‘Fluke’ Holland from The Tennessee Three.

4 June

  • Fox Docos – The Ghost Of Richard Harris (90 Minute Special) 8.30pm

Tells the story of a once famous actor, poet, lover and singer, whose prodigious career was overshadowed by a reputation for drinking and riotous behaviour, earning him the epithet ‘hellraiser’.  

  • Lifestyle Food – A Taste Of Country (Season 1) 7.00pm

A brand-new lifestyle and cooking show with chef-turned-farmer Julius Roberts, A Taste of the Country shows how a wonderful change-of-life plan comes together.

  • Lifestyle Food – Gino’s Italy: Like Mamma Used To Make (Season 1) 7.30pm

In this series, chef Gino D’Acampo travels through the North and the South of Italy, celebrating the women who have fueled and fed his fellow Italians through the ages.

5 June

  • Fox Showcase – The Idol (Season 1) 8.30pm

After a nervous breakdown derailed Jocelyn’s (Lily-Rose Depp) last tour, she’s determined to claim her rightful status as the greatest and sexiest pop star in America. Her passions are reignited by Tedros (Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye), a nightclub impresario with a sordid past 

  • History – Rise Of The Nazis (Season 2) 8.30pm

This powerful series reaches the defining conflict of the Second World War, as Hitler faces an equally ruthless dictator: Stalin. 

  • Lifestyle Home – A Place In The Sun (Season 14B) 4.30pm

Property experts help British couples who are looking to move from their home in dreary Britain for the sun, sea and sand abroad.  

  • Investigation Discovery – Evil Lives Here (Season 7B) 8.30pm

People recount their horrifying true stories about living side-by-side with sociopathic friends or family who go on to commit heinous crimes.  

  • BBC Earth – Mediterranean: Life Under Siege (Season 1) 7.30pm

Explore the stunning but hostile Mediterranean, where astonishing wildlife has adapted and endured – until now.

6 June

  • Fox Showcase – Funny Woman (Season 1) 8.30pm

After winning Miss Blackpool in 1964, Barbara Parker sets her sights on the bright lights of London – and a career in comedy – in Funny Woman, based on Nick Hornby’s 2014 novel Funny Girl. Of course, proving herself to be more than just a pretty face in the notorious man’s world comes with its challenges, though this feisty blonde isn’t about to let anyone walk over her.

  • Fox Docos – Apple: The Trillion Dollar Betrayal (90 Minute Special) 7.30pm

This documentary will investigate the true cost of Apple’s rise to the top.

  • Real Life – Yorkshire Midwives On Call (Season 1) 8.30pm

Warm-hearted, celebratory, and intimate, Yorkshire Midwives on Call follows the incredible work of a group of six dedicated midwives in Bradford, Yorkshire, who help parents-to-be prepare for a home birth and then ease the new arrivals into the world.

  • Lifestyle Home – Dream Kitchens & Bathrooms (Season 3) 7.30pm

Carpenter Mark Millar transforms clients’ kitchens and bathrooms into their dream spaces.  

  • Discovery – UFO Witness (Season 2) 8.30pm

Former federal agent Ben Hansen and investigative journalist Melissa Tittle are on a mission to uncover the truth behind the country’s most shocking and infamous UFO sightings.

7 June

  • Fox8 – The Swarm (Season 1) 8.30pm

The Swarm is an eco-thriller chronicling the struggle of humankind against an unknown enemy that lives in the depths of the sea. When the reckless treatment of the oceans threatens the natural habitat of this mysterious collective, it strikes back.

  • Fox One – Leverage: Redemption (Season 1) 8.30pm

The Hitter, the Hacker, the Grifter and the Thief are back, this time with help from a new tech genius and corporate fixer, to take on a new kind of villain. When someone needs help, they provide… Leverage. 

  • History – Hitler’s Engineers: Building The Third Reich (Season 1) 8.30pm

Featuring leading journalists, historians, and academics—and combining science, engineering, and history—the premium six-part series investigates Volkswagen Beetle designer Ferdinand Porsche, infamous architect Albert Speer, aerospace pioneer Wernher von Braun, and more.

  • BBC Earth – What Killed The Whale (60 Minute Special) 8.30pm

Why are whale strandings on the rise? Paleoanthropologist Ella Al-Shamahi joins marine detectives in a race to understand why.  

  • BBC First – Steeltown Murders (Season 1) 8.30pm

It centres on the hunt to catch the killer of three young women set in both 1973 and the early 2000s, contrasting the policing methods of the 1970s with the forensic breakthroughs of the early 2000s.  

8 June

  • Fox One – Based On A True Story (Season 1) 8.30pm

A dark comedic thriller, Based On A True Story is about a realtor, a former tennis star and a plumber who seize a unique opportunity to capitalise on America’s obsession with true crime.

  • Fox Arena – The Real Housewives Of Orange County (Season 7) 1.30pm

Ready to take back her orange after she was last seen in a bush, Tamra Judge makes her triumphant return to the franchise to shake things up joining veteran Housewives Shannon Storms Beador, Heather Dubrow, Gina Kirschenheiter and Emily Simpson.

  • Fox Docos – WWE Rivals (Season 1) 7.30pm

Chronicles the little-known stories behind the biggest clashes in WWE history. The episodes will include revelatory insights from those who were a part of the rivalries that often extended far beyond the ring and the cameras.

  • Fox Docos – Villeneuve Pironi: Racing’s Untold Tragedy (120 Minute Special) 8.30pm

Villeneuve Pironi tells the astonishing story of Canadian Formula 1 legend Gilles Villeneuve and French star Didier Pironi, two fearless Ferrari Formula 1 drivers, forever torn apart by a historic and hugely controversial moment in time.  

  • History – Secrets In The Ice (Season 2) 7.30pm

In this series we go to the most remote, cold, and inhospitable places on the planet to reveal great mysteries that were once frozen in time.

  • Lifestyle Home – Hoarder House Flippers (Season 1) 8.30pm

Three teams of house flippers see the potential value beyond the clutter and disrepair that would typically be a buyer’s worst nightmare; for them, it’s an opportunity to turn overlooked houses into desirable homes and ultimately, maximum profit.

  • Animal Planet – Mysteries Of The Deep (Season 1) 8.30pm

Host Jeremy Wade explores a range of fascinating and compelling stories from the deep sea — from lost treasures and missing ships to strange ocean bed discoveries and odd scientific phenomena.

9 June

  • Fox Arena – Bad Skin Clinic (Season 1) 9.30pm

Dr Emma Craythorne and her team of experts are on a mission to solve complex skin conditions. They help people whose lives have been impeded by devastating disorders, giving them hope and a new spirit.

  • Fox Docos – The True Story Of Cary Grant (60 Minute Special) 8.30pm

Fleeing the cold and the gray of New York, a young Broadway acrobat lands in Hollywood to find a job. His name is Archibald Leach…soon to be Cary Grant, America’s most beloved actor.

10 June

  • Fox Docos – Caught In The Act – Michael Buble (90 Minute Special) 7.30pm

Caught in the Act is the second live album released by Canadian jazz crooner Michael Bublé. It was filmed and recorded at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles. 

  • Discovery – Diners, Drive-ins & Dives (Season 29) 5.30pm

Guy Fieri road trips across the country to check out classic greasy spoons. With a new generation of owners and delicious homemade food, these are the kind of places that make America special.

11 June

  • Fox Arena – Naked, Alone And Racing To Get Home (Season 1) 9.30pm

In this new extreme survival show, two pairs of strangers team up and are stripped of all their money, all forms of digital communication and… their clothes. For two nights they will need to camp, prepare food, and stay warm and are tasked to survive one of Britain’s most desolate and challenging wildernesses over the course of three days.

  • Fox Docos – 100 Years Of Warner Bros. (Season 1) 8.30pm

A 4-part Doc that explores the impact of Warner Brothers art, commerce, culture, and genres. This documentary series tells the unprecedented story of the Warner Brothers studio on its 100th year anniversary, from immigrant family business to Casablanca, from Harry Potter to streaming Ted Lasso — Warner Brothers has created film and television that speaks to audiences around the world.  

  • Discovery – Naked And Afraid XL (Season 8) 8.30pm

In a Naked And Afraid XL series-first, twelve elite survivalists take on Montana’s sub-freezing Rocky Mountains, the toughest location yet.  

  • Discovery – Lost In The Wild (Season 1) 9.30pm

Journalist Kinga Philipps and filmmaker J.J. Kelley investigate the most-fascinating missing person cases on the planet. At each harrowing location, the intrepid explorers speak to locals, witnesses and experts in hard-hitting interrogations.  

12 June

  • Fox Docos – Eight Twenty: Mark Opitz Remembers (60 Minute Special) 8.30pm

Mark Opitz AM links his childhood experience in a boys’ home with his work as an award-winning record producer.

  • Real Life – The Cruise (Season 3) 8.30pm

The Regal Princess is one of the world’s largest luxury cruise ships. The series takes an intimate and entertaining look on-board, as it travels the world.

  • UKTV – Good Karma Hospital (Season 4) 8.30pm

Ruby Walker, a Junior doctor, comes to India looking to start a new chapter of her life following a heartbreaking end to her relationship.

  • Nickelodeon – Kamp Koral (Season 1) 3.00pm

At Kamp Koral, the craziest sleepaway camp in the kelp forest, 10-year-old SpongeBob SquarePants and his pals spend the summer building underwater campfires, catching wild jellyfish, and swimming in Lake Yuckymuck.  

  • Nickelodeon – Danger Forces (Season 3) 5.00pm

Cooper Barnes and Michael D. Cohen return as Captain Man and Schwoz in this spinoff of “Henry Danger.” The superhero and his inventor recruit four children to attend their Swellview Academy for the Gifted.

13 June

  • Fox Docos – China Hackers (60 Minute Special) 7.30pm

There’s a fierce battle going on for global technology leadership. 5G networks are seen as essential for future development and few companies are as well positioned to lead this 5G revolution as Huawei. But to what extent should it be regarded as a threat? We hear from leading officials in America, Europe and China. 

  • Lifestyle – The Great Australian Bake Off (Season 6) 8.30pm

Twelve new amateur bakers will put it all on the line, competing in a series of challenges designed to separate the best from the rest as The Great Australian Bake Off returns for its sixth season, with new judges Rachel Khoo and Darren Purchese at the helm, joined by co-hosts Cal Wilson and Natalie Tran. 

  • BBC Earth – Snow Dogs: Into The Wild (60 Minute Special) 8.30pm

Wildlife adventurer Gordon Buchanan uses a dog team to retrace the steps of famous arctic explorers and examine the ancient relationship between man and dog. 

  • Discovery Turbo – Car Fix (Season 11) 8.30pm

Step inside the ultimate “how-to” series featuring the talents of Bryan Fuller and Jeremy Bumpus.

  • Animal Planet – Alaskan Bush People (Season 4) 8.30pm

After being pushed off their land, the Browns travel deep into the Alaskan bush to build a small shack where they will all sleep.

14 June

  • History – After Chaos (Season 1) 7.30pm

Using state of the art graphic compositing visual effects, see how Le Havre, London, Warsaw and Berlin re-invented themselves in record time. Post War engineering at its best!  

  • A&E – Outback Car Hunters (Season 1) 7.30pm

Classic car fanatics GT and Dave take to the dirt roads of the outback in search of abandoned or forgotten classic cars. They pay cash with their own money, so the stakes couldn’t be higher.

  • Crime & Investigation – First Blood (Season 1) 7.30pm

First Blood examines some of America’s most notorious serial killers through the prism of their first known kills to reveal what drove them to the moment when violent fantasy and curiosity became a devastating reality. 

15 June

  • Lifestyle – Bargain Hunt (Season 57) 3.10pm

Two teams take on the challenge to get the best bargains for antiques and attempt to sell them at an auction for higher prices.  

16 June

  • Fox Arena – Send Nudes: Body SOS (Season 1) 8.30pm

Individuals with very personal body hang-ups and considering cosmetic surgery are about to see much more of themselves than ever before via full size, 360 avatars of their naked bodies, as we help them decide if surgery is really the answer. 

17 June

  • Fox One – Outlander (Season 7) 7.30pm

When we left Outlander’s Claire and Jamie Fraser, Claire had been kidnapped by Richard Brown and his vigilantes to face a wrongful trial for the murder of Malva Christie after Claire found her body in the Frasers’ vegie patch. Will Jamie get to his great love before Claire faces the hangman’s drop? 

  • Fox Docos – Aphrodite Les Folies – Live In London – Kylie Mingue (60 Minute Special) 7.30pm

Two hours of classic Kylie, capturing the energy, grandeur and extravagance of the massively acclaimed Aphrodite: Les Folies tour.

  • Animal Planet – The Zoo Specials (Season 5) 7.30pm

A behind-the-scenes look is offered of the Bronx Zoo, a New York institution and global leader in animal care and species conservation.

18 June

  • A&E – Montana Wild (Season 1) 9.00pm

Rugged mountains rising to 4.000 metres, dense conifer forests, glaciers, lakes and rivers… When it comes to nature, MONTANA is definitely one of the wildest American states. Each episode will bring you to the daily life of rural, funny and atypical characters.

  • Lifestyle Food – Inside The Factory (Season 7) 8.30pm

Gregg Wallace and Cherry Healey visit some of the UK’s biggest factories to follow the relentless 24-hour production lines that produce favourite products on an epic scale.

  • Investigation Discovery – No One Can Hear You Scream (Season 1) 9.30pm

Survivors and investigators tell the true stories of horrifying crimes in the most isolated corners of the country, and one thing is perfectly clear — no one is safe when they are alone.

19 June

  • Fox Showcase – The Righteous Gemstones (Season 3) 7.30pm

As if it didn’t already feature a stellar cast, Kristen Johnston and Steve Zahn are joining the congregation for the third season of The Righteous Gemstones as May-May Montgomery and Peter, a militia leader, respectively. Though with the Gemstones having bumped off rivals the Lissons last season and taken over their Zion’s Landing resort, they’d be wise to watch their backs…

  • Nickelodeon – Tyler Perry’s Young Dylan (Season 3) 6.00pm

An affluent family’s world is turned upside down when their nephew, Dylan, who is an aspiring hip-hop star, moves in unannounced. A clash of lifestyles follows as he tries to fit into a new way of life.

20 June

  • A&E – Pawn Stars (Season 24B) 7.30pm

Rick Harrison and his family own and run a pawn shop on the Las Vegas strip. They buy, sell, and appraise items of historical value.

  • Lifestyle – Sort Your Life Out (Season 1) 9.40pm

Stacey Solomon and her team help families transform their homes. With a life-changing declutter, they upcycle and recycle their way to a new home.

  • Crime & Investigation – Santa Claus: The Serial Killer (Season 1) 7.30pm

In 2018, a shocking discovery was made in the garden of a quaint house in Toronto, Canada. Hidden within plant pots were the body parts of seven men. An eighth man was found buried close by. The person responsible for these murders? Bruce McArthur, a gardener and shopping mall Santa Claus.

Now, Mobeen Azhar, a British, RTS Award-winning journalist, visits Toronto to investigate why McArthur’s killing spree went unchecked for seven years and to uncover the real story behind this notorious murder case.

21 June

  • Fox Docos – Australia From Above (Season 1) 7.30pm

This landmark aerial series will focus on The Great Barrier Reef, the Outback, Western Australia, and Sydney and New South Wales.

  • A&E – Mud Mountain Haulers (Season 2) 8.30pm

In the high mountains of British Columbia, huge tree trunks and high wages tempt men to take big risks. Craig and Brent Lebeau go into the woods in search of the big money. 

  • BBC Earth – Chris Packham’s Animal Einsteins (Season 1) 7.30pm

Meet awesome animals and discover the surprising skills helping them to thrive out in the wild.

  • UKTV – Live At The Apollo (Season 16) 9.15pm

Stand-up comedy performances from London’s Hammersmith Apollo, by the biggest acts on the circuit.

22 June

  • Fox Showcase – And Just Like That (Season 2) 8.30pm

And just like that, we’re headed back to the Big Apple for season two of the Sex and the City continuation, picking up with the love lives of BFFs Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte. With Carrie back on the dating scene, speculation is rife that she’ll reunite with former fiancé Aidan. Will they finally get their happily ever after? Or is he destined to be the one that got away?

  • Lifestyle Home – Interior Design Masters (Season 4) 9.30pm

A brand new batch of aspiring designers will be put to the test in a series of challenges, from show homes to shops and luxury holiday cottages.

23 June

  • Discovery Turbo – Wheeler Dealers (Season 18A) 8.30pm

Join our favourite car flippers Mike Brewer and Marc “Elvis” Priestley as Wheeler Dealer returns for another series of eye-popping car restorations, exhilarating test drives and the very latest mechanical process.

24 June

  • Fox8 – John Early Stand Up Special (90 Minute Special) 12.00am

In his first HBO comedy special, John Early brings his unique blend of cutting commentary, pop star swagger, and all-around loveable hilarity to Roulette Intermedium in Brooklyn, New York.

  • Fox Docos – Live And Dangerous: Thin Lizzy (60 Minute Special) 7.30pm

All of the essential tracks from an amazing band were unleashed in a blistering razor sharp celebration of hard rock that has been rightly hailed as a rock masterpiece. This is the independent critical review of a masterpiece.

  • Discovery Turbo – Faster With Finnegan (Season 3) 7.30pm

Mike Finnegan and his friends utilise their Roadkill know-how to crank up the power on some of their favourite builds.

  • Investigation Discovery – The Playboy Murders (Season 1) 9.30pm

In this new series, we investigate murders that intersect with the world of Playboy. From the rom-com-worthy Playboy club romance that comes to a screeching, fatal halt to the centrefold girl who gets tangled up with a serial killer these haunting stories expose the pitfalls of fame for those that appear in their storied pages.

25 June

  • BBC First – Guilt (Season 3) 8.30pm

The contemporary thriller returns for its third and final outing. Brothers Jake and Max find themselves back in Scotland where the welcome isn’t as warm as they’d hoped for.

26 June

  • Fox Docos – The Footballer, His Wife & The Crash (Season 1) 7.30pm

The Footballer, His Wife and the Crash details how Jlloyd’s footballing dream became a nightmare, as gambling debts, injury and family tensions came to the fore. It’s a cautionary tale of the reality of so many in the heady earlier days of the Premier League.   

  • Real Life – When Luxury Holidays Go Horribly Wrong (Season 1) 9.30pm

From swanky hotels and infinity pools to white sandy beaches and upmarket exotic adventures, the luxury end of the holiday industry is more popular than ever before with people desperate to have the ultimate enjoyable experience.

  • History – Walking Tudor England (Season 1) 8.30pm

Professor Suzannah Lipscomb takes to foot all around England as she uncovers the legacy of the Tudor kings and queens, from Henry VII through to Elizabeth I, who did more to shape the nation’s identity than any who had come before them.

  • Animal Planet – The Mothman Sightings (1 Hour Special) 8.30pm

Join a world-wide team of cryptozoologists, paranormal investigators, and eye-witnesses as they dare to seek an answer to a question that has haunted people for more than a half century. Just who or what is Mothman?   

  • Nickelodeon – Bossy Bear (Season 1) 4.15pm

Overly enthusiastic extrovert Bossy Bear and thoughtful introvert Turtle make the perfect team for navigating silly childhood adventures in their Koreatown-inspired city of Pleasantburg.

27 June

  • TLC – Return To Amish (Season 6) 8.30pm

Members of the original Breaking Amish cast along with new Amish cast members navigate life balancing their Amish values and community with “new world” freedoms.

28 June

  • Discovery – Bering Sea Gold (Season 10) 9.30pm

In Nome, Alaska, the gold rush is on. Driven by gold fever and sometimes desperate need, miners pilot their ragtag dredges and dive with hoses to suck up gold from the bottom of the frigid, unpredictable Bering Sea.

  • Investigation Discovery – Married To Evil (Season 1) 9.30pm

This series explores shocking stories of betrayal by husbands and wives. They include a wife who hires a hitman to kill her husband for his money, a conman who cheats his wife out of $227,000, and a husband who secretly becomes a serial bank robber.

  • TLC – Say Yes To The Dress (Season 20B) 8.30pm

Bridal fashions may change but superior service never goes out of style! Whether the brides are asking for cutouts or crinoline, sequins or satin, Randy and the Kleinfeld consultants can find it – even when it means managing scrutinising grandmothers, mean moms, fashion forward fathers, and scene stealing sisters.

29 June

  • Fox8 – Warriors (Season 3) 8.30pm

The hit martial arts series returns for its third and final outing and, with Mai Ling revealing that she is in fact Ah Sahm’s sister at the culmination of season two, that will surely play into this latest instalment in a significant way. Elsewhere, with Zing having broken out of prison, expect the Tong Wars to amp up.

  • Fox Docos – The Stroll (Season 1) 10.30pm

Based on director Kristen Lovell’s first-hand account of her life as a trans sex worker to her growth into an activist-actress working directly with transgender pioneer Sylvia Rivera in her shelter Sylvia’s Place.  


1 June

  • A Stasi Comedy – Drops on VOD 12.00am (Linear TX 8.30pm, June 18)

After falling in love with Nathalie and sleeping with his first target, Corinna, Ludger ends up living two lives – one as an underground poet and one as a Stasi agent – both of which eventually come back to haunt him 30 years later. (Subtitles)   

  • Wog Boys Forever – Drops on VOD 12.00am (Linear TX 8.30pm, June 3)

Steve is still single and working as a taxi driver. Brianna Beagle-Thorpe, the Minister for Immigration, hatches a plan with her brother to exact their revenge on Steve for destroying their late mother Raelene’s political career.  

  • Murder At Yellowstone City – Drops on VOD 12.00am (Linear TX 8.30pm, June 23)

A former slave arrives in Yellowstone City, a former boomtown in decline, looking for a place to call home. That same day, a local prospector discovers gold and is murdered. As the mystery of the murder deepens, the clash between faith and the law threatens to tear the town apart.

  • Black Girl Missing – Drops on VOD 12.00am (Linear TX 8.30pm, June 4)

A Black mother enlists the help of a dedicated community of amateur internet sleuths to try to find her missing daughter after authorities and the media quickly dismiss her case and focus on the search for a missing white girl instead. 

  • Her Affair To Die For – Drops on VOD 12.00am (Linear TX 8.30pm, June 2)

A young woman’s seductive roommate becomes obsessed with her father, stopping at nothing to possess him. 

  • Cyberstalker – Drops on VOD 12.00am (Linear TX 10.05pm, June 4)

After spending several years in seclusion, a woman encounters the stalker who murdered her parents over a decade ago, and fears she may be his latest victim when he starts to cyber-stalk her.

  • House Of Deadly Lies – Drops on VOD 12.00am (Linear TX 8.30pm, June 10)

A stay-at-home mom takes in her struggling best friend to help her through a tough time, but soon secrets are revealed that could tear her family apart and put everyone in danger. 

  • Watch Your Back – Drops on VOD 12.00am (Linear TX 8.30pm, June 11)

A woman (AnnaLynne McCord) tries to find out who’s behind a series of texts containing photographs taken of her, along with threatening messages. 

  • Nanny Dearest – Drops on VOD 12.00am (Linear TX 8.30pm, June 17)

After receiving fertile eggs from a donor, Rebecca and Caleb are finally able to have a child and start a family. Four years later, a strange woman appears in their life and becomes oddly drawn to their daughter. 

  • The Paramedic Who Stalked Me – Drops on VOD 12.00am (Linear TX 8.30pm, June 18)

After a near-fatal accident, a young woman becomes the target of an obsessed EMT worker who saved her life.

  • Stuart Little 3: Call Of The Wild – Drops on VOD 12.00am (Linear TX 6.30pm, June 10)

The Little family spend their vacation near Lake Garland. Meanwhile, in the forest, a beast is threatening the animals to give her food every night.

3 June

  • Shooting Stars – Drops on VOD 12.00am (Linear TX 8.30pm, June 20)

A look at the young life of basketball star LeBron James. Feature film adaptation of LeBron James and Buzz Bissinger’s book ‘Shooting Stars’. 

4 June

  • Shooting Stars – Drops on VOD 12.00am (Linear TX 8.30pm, June 11)

Follows Allison, whose life falls apart following her involvement in a fatal accident.

7 June

  • DC League Of Super-Pets – Drops on VOD 12.00am (Linear TX 06.55am, June 10)

Krypto the Superdog and Superman are inseparable best friends, sharing the same superpowers and fighting crime. However, Krypto must master his own powers when Superman is kidnapped.

8 June

  • Violent Night – Drops on VOD 12.00am (Linear TX 8.30pm, June 9) – OUR REVIEW

When a group of mercenaries attack the estate of a wealthy family, Santa Claus must step in to save the day (and Christmas).

  • Blade Of The 47 Ronin – Drops on VOD 12.00am (Linear TX 8.30pm, June 13)

Ancient Japanese Ronin warriors set 300 years after 47 Ronin, in a modern-day world where Samurai clans exist in complete secrecy.

13 June

  • Smile – Drops on VOD 12.00am (Linear TX 8.30pm, June 24)

After witnessing a bizarre, traumatic incident involving a patient, a psychiatrist becomes increasingly convinced she is being threatened by an uncanny entity.  

15 June

  • She Said – Drops on VOD 12.00am (Linear TX 8.30pm, June 17) – OUR REVIEW

New York Times reporters Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor break one of the most important stories in a generation – a story that helped ignite a movement and shattered decades of silence around the subject of sexual assault in Hollywood.

  • The Angels: Kickin’ Down The Door – Drops on VOD 12.00am (Linear TX 8.30pm, June 15)

In 1978 The Angels were a behemoth of the Aussie rock scene and on the path to international success… until they just missed their chance.

20 June

  • Summer Days, Summer Nights – Drops on VOD 12.00am (Linear TX 8.30pm, June 27)

It’s the summer of 1982 on Long Island. JJ is working for his dad, when he falls for Debbie. Frankie reconnects with a long lost love. But as temperatures cool, so do their relationships, leaving the young men to accept summer is ending.

  • Crossword Mysteries: Terminal Descent – Drops on VOD 12.00am (Linear TX 8.30pm, June 20)

After volunteering to participate in a crossword solving competition with a new supercomputer, crossword puzzle editor Tess Harper finds herself swept up into the investigation of the bizarre murder of the tech CEO.

28 June

  • Shackleton: The Greatest Story Of Survival – Drops on VOD 12.00am (Linear TX 8.30pm, June 29)

28 lost adventurers must fight for their lives after their only lifeline is destroyed in the most uninhabitable place on Earth – Antarctica.