1 November 2023
New seasons of your favourite series, now streaming
When it comes to hit TV shows, the saying “too much of a good thing” simply does not apply. Showmax regularly brings fresh new seasons of fan-favourite series to subscribers’ screens. Binge every episode from the very beginning to the end of the latest season.
The 18SNL reality series This Body Works For Me explores the lives of women in the South African adult entertainment industry. The explosive first season topped the charts on Showmax and Season 2 is currently in second place behind only the record-breaking phenomenon The Mommy Club, which is also produced by POP24. Bubbly, Gina, Primadonna and Wandi are all back in Season 2, joined by newcomers Diamond, Dione Xanthe and Lebo. Watch now »
True love never runs smoothly in The Wife, and it’s no different for Tswana doctor Naledi Montsho and Zulu taxi driver Qhawe. With Naledi missing and the Zulu brothers facing the heat, this will be the most explosive season yet. Watch now »
While lavish lifestyles, high fashion, and glamour are the order of the day, the divas also deal with personality clashes, parenting challenges, and other everyday struggles in The Real Housewives of Durban. Watch now »
After battling through Covid, Tali is at her wits’ end. Les offers to bail them out on one condition: they must move to Joburg. There, Tali reunites with her high school nemesis and Darren and Rael try to reboot their hustle. Watch now »
Chucky is headed for the White House in the third season of the cult horror franchise. It’s up to Jake, Devon, and Lexy to figure out how to stop Chucky when he’s cosied up to America’s First Family, in the most secure house in the US.
Chucky was nominated for Best Horror Series at this year’s Critics Choice Super Awards, with Brad Dourif up for Best Villain in a Series as the title character. The series has a 91% critics’ rating on Rotten Tomatoes, where the critics’ consensus praises its “absurd humour and creative horror.” Watch now »
Power Book III: Raising Kanan follows 15-year-old Kanan Stark as he gets into the drug trade, making a bid to join the growing family business.
Mekai Curtis returns in Season 2 as the young Kanan, the character played in Power by Emmy and Grammy winner Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson, who is one of the executive producers here. Watch now »
Adam McKay (Succession) produces this captivating and controversial HBO series based on the 80’s Los Angeles Lakers becoming the most successful basketball team, and their legacy on and off the court. Watch now »
A suicide shakes up a group of friends who realise that they shouldn’t take their own lives for granted. Each of them takes steps to live a fuller life. An ensemble cast delivers deeply emotional performances. Watch now »
A Black Lady Sketch Show has become famous as a launchpad for its talent: Quinta Brunson left at the end of Season 1 when she sold Abbott Elementary to ABC, while Ashley Nicole Black left after Season 3, having gone on to write for Ted Lasso.
Guest stars this season include Emmy winner Colman Domingo (Euphoria) and nominees Issa Rae (Insecure), Yvette Nicole Brown (Community), and Sam Richardson (Veep), as well as Grammy nominee Omarion. Watch now »
A tension-filled season two premiere of this acclaimed HBO dramedy. Two couples navigate awkwardness, an Italian American family deals with a conspicuous absence, and Tanya arrives with her new assistant. Watch now »
HBO Max creates an edgy and pertinent revival of the hit TV series centring on a new generation of New York private school teens using social media to spread gossip. Watch now »
Sam is a small-town girl struggling to fit in – so she finds the courage to stand out instead. Grappling with the death of her sister, she finds community with a group of outsiders in this semi-autobiographical HBO dramedy. Watch now »
The journey of a street smart teen whose life is forever transformed when he moves from the streets of west Philadelphia to live with his relatives in one of LA’s wealthiest suburbs. Watch now »
Ophelia Lovibond and Jake Johnson drive this snappy and pertinent HBO comedy. 70s L.A. sees an earnest young feminist and a low-rent publisher create the first erotic magazine for women. Watch now »
Based on the real story of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s childhood, adolescence and formative years, this heart-warming series is a fan favourite.
Before “The Rock,” there was “Rocky Maivia”. The final season of Young Rock takes us all the way from the young Dwayne Johnson’s decision to step into the ring to the start of the acting career that would make him a global icon, and one of the highest-paid stars in Hollywood. Watch now »
A young Muslim American struggles to find his place in the world: how should he behave, what should he do with his life, and who should he love? Watch now »
Westworld is a futuristic playground for the well-connected, where its human guests play the hero or villain and its hosts are programmed to play along. That is, until Dolores, the park’s oldest host, starts to come unplugged. Watch now »
Disillusioned at the thoughts of continuing being a hitman, Barry Berkman (Bill Hader) tries to pursue an acting career. The balance between the two proves rather challenging as his heart is turned more to acting. While Barry desires a different life, his criminal past will not let him be. Watch now »
Logan Roy has built a powerful company and must choose which of his children will take it over. But not everyone is happy with his plans… All four seasons are now ready to binge-watch. Watch now »
Season 3 of the breakout British crime drama The Bay sees actress Marsha Thomason (Better Things) take over the leading role, stepping in as detective-sergeant Jenn Townsend. She is thrown into the deep end when a body is found in the bay on her first day on the job. She must get under the skin of a grieving and complicated family if she has any chance of solving the premature death of an aspiring young boxer. Watch now »
Danny McBride, John Goodman and Adam DeVine play the members of a world-famous televangelist family. They lead opulent lives funded by their followers, but it could all be threatened by their dark secrets. Watch now »
Giving S11 of Curb Your Enthusiasm a 100% rating on Metacritic, The Daily Beast says, “It’s reassuring to know that no amount of paradigm-shifting, reality-altering events can stop the fictional Larry David from being a smug, screamy, narcissistic loon, and the real Larry David from being the funniest comedian on television.” Seasons 1 to 10 are also on Showmax. Watch now »
Jack Griffin is a Harvard philosophy scholar who loses out on his dream job and goes to work as a high school Advanced Placement biology teacher in his hometown of Toledo, Ohio. Watch now »
Two 20-something black women navigate the career and relationship challenges facing African Americans living in LA. Star and creator of the show Issa Rae has been nominated for Golden Globe and Emmy Awards. Watch now »
Here comes trouble. Zendaya returns as teenager Rue – with her crew she’s trying to navigate love and friendships in a world of drugs, sex, trauma and social media. Watch now »
Dr Max Goodwin takes over as medical director at the oldest public hospital in America. He bends the rules and challenges the status quo to provide the best medical care possible. Watch now »
Chicago Med follows Chicago’s most highly skilled medical team as they save lives while trying to navigate the challenges of their own.
Dr Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss) is back at Gaffney this season, along with nurse Maggie Campbell (Marlyne Barrett, The Wire), chief of psychiatry Daniel Charles (Oliver Platt, The Bear), Dr Ethan Choi (Brian Tee from Jurassic World) and more.
Sadly, we’ll be saying goodbye to a favourite character this season, but there’ll be some new faces on the team too, including Kristen Hager (Condor, What/If) coming in as Dr Stevie Hammer, who’s known Dr Halstead since med school. Watch now »
Emmy winner Uzo Aduba leads the reimagined HBO series, which follows therapist Dr Brooke Taylor, who navigates her patients’ concerns as she deals with complications in her personal life. Watch now »Watch now »
Jennifer Beals reprises her role as Bette Porter more than a decade later for this series sequel that follows the lives of a diverse group of LGBTQ+ characters living in LA. Watch now »
The drama series based on the award-winning bestselling novel by Margaret Atwood is the story of life in the dystopia of Gilead, a totalitarian society in what was formerly part of the United States, starring Elisabeth Moss as June, a handmaid turned rebel leader. Watch now »
A spinoff of the movie Skate Kitchen, Betty explores the lives of a diverse group of young women trying hard to stand out in the male-dominated world of skateboarding in New York. Watch now »
Attention all Superstore fans! All seasons of the hilarious workplace comedy are now streaming – enjoy all the misadventures of the motley crew of the Cloud 9 department store. Watch now »
The men and women of Brooklyn’s 99th Precinct may be New York’s not-so-finest, but they handle cases with humour and heart. The eighth and final series of the Emmy-winning cop comedy series has an 89% critics’ rating on Rotten Tomatoes, where the critics’ consensus says, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine faces big topics with poise in a fittingly complicated final season that attempts to meet the moment without losing its sense of humour.” Watch now »
The spin-off of The Good Wife classic. Three charismatic protagonists, a new law office, and challenges that only the toughest can face. Follow the new story of the popular characters. Watch now »
Set during San Francisco’s Tong Wars in the 1800s, this gritty series follows Ah Sahm, a martial arts prodigy from China who becomes mixed up in the world of organised crime. Watch now »
Based on the best-selling novels by Michael Connelly, this crime thriller sees Detective Harry Bosch solving some harrowing murder cases. Watch now »
Fargo is based on the film of the same name. The suspense-filled dark comedy is brilliantly written and will keep you hooked as the intricate plots unfold. Starring the brilliant Chris Rock. Watch now »
In the latest season, Lyra’s quest to uncover the sinister plot of the Magisterium continues as the events of Philip Pullman’s book The Subtle Knife unfold. Lyra and Will finally meet in a strange new world. Mrs Coulter is determined to bring Lyra home. Watch now »
Based on the novel by real-life former SAS soldier Chris Ryan, this British spy adventure follows the military operatives in Section 20, a covert branch of the Defence Intelligence service. Watch now »
In New York’s top law firm, the sharpest (and most well-dressed) lawyers often resort to unconventional methods to win their cases. S9 is the final season of Suits. Watch now »
Quentin Coldwater is a street magician who doesn’t realise he’s got real magic – the dark, powerful kind – at his fingertips until he finds himself at Brakebills College for Magical Pedagogy. Watch now »
Featuring new characters and different storylines, and changing up genres in each episode, the series offers more intriguing, unexpected tales about a room at an average American hotel. Watch now »
Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern and Zoe Kravitz reprise their roles while Meryl Streep is added in a new season of the award-winning series. The women must face the consequences of Perry’s death. Watch now »
Bringing the Emmy-winning series to a conclusion, the third season transports us to 1985. VHS has become the primary medium for pornography and the AIDS epidemic has changed the industry for the better. Starring James Franco. Watch S1-3 »
Dwayne Johnson’s Spencer is expected to start the season off with guns blazing as he attempts to settle his score with the NCAA. He wants to see justice served following his brother’s suicide – will he manage to do that? Watch now »
James Brown, Betty Davis and George Clinton are just three of the influential musicians who get the Mike Judge treatment in the second season of his HBO show featuring animated interviews with those who were close to the stars. Watch S1-S2 »
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