Peaky Blinders.

Wondering what to watch? Start with the new seasons of your favourite shows

While it is always worth rounding up the newest TV shows to hit our screens, it would be remiss of us to leave out our all-time favourites, still producing season after excellent season. From Peaky Blinders’ swan song to another instalment of The Boys (starring our very own Karl Urban and Antony Starr), if you are yet to watch these shows, consider this a reminder to start now. And with multiple seasons to get into, they are the perfect long weekend watches.

Peaky Blinders
It’s a bittersweet year for Peaky Blinders fans. Season six — the first to grace our screens since the beginning of the pandemic — is also going to mark the end of the much-loved series. Set against the complicated geopolitical climate of WWII and with all the style and drama we have come to expect from this show, the final season has one major question hanging over it: Will this mean the end for the inimitable Thomas Shelby? Watch on Netflix from the 10th of June

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Only Murders In The Building
True-crime-podcasters-turned-prime-suspects Oliver, Charles and Mabel are the talk of the town in Only Murders in the Building Season two. Following a new mystery, with the same cast as the popular first season (Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez), you won’t be able to get enough. Watch on Disney+ from the 28th of June

The Boys
Starring our very own Karl Urban and Antony Starr, season three of The Boys arrives in early June, promising all the violent chaos we’ve come to love from this show. Putting a new spin on traditional superhero theatrics, the latest season dives deeper into the troublesome web of lies and intrigue our anti-heroes are weaving for themselves. Watch on Amazon Prime

Taking audiences on a deep dive into the complicated politics of the Middle East, Tehran’s second season premiered earlier this month with returning cast members alongside Academy Award-nominee Glenn Close, and follows Tamar, who remains a hidden spy in Iran, performing different missions for the Mossad. Watch on Apple TV+

The Flight Attendant
Comedic darling Kaley Cuoco returns as Cassie for the second season of fan-favourite, The Flight Attendant, which was released on Neon last month. As some of the first season’s cliffhangers are answered, more questions continue to be raised — with Cassie’s foray into sobriety proving more of a challenge than initially thought. Watch on Neon

Over its two seasons, Bill Hader’s (very) dark comedy Barry has built a stellar storyline around his discharged-marine-turned-hitman protagonist, Barry. With the much-anticipated third season having just aired after a three-year wait, we’re enjoying indulging in a little borderline humour. Watch on Neon

Starring the incredible Rose McIver, Ghosts Season two is high on our watch list. The BBC comedy brings some of the best of British humour and talent and follows a collection of ghosts from different historical periods who haunt a country house that has just had some new (living) occupants move in. Reminiscent of Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice and the ever-cool Rocky Horror Picture Show, this is avant-garde spook at its kookiest. Watch on TVNZ on Demand


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