What to stream in May 2022 on Telstra TV

Check out the latest movies and TV shows to watch on BINGE, Netflix, Stan, Disney+, Paramount+, Prime Video, Foxtel Now and more, airing this month on Telstra TV.

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Sonic The Hedgehog 2 (coming soon): A fun-packed adventure for the whole family, this fast-paced sequel sees Sonic race against Doctor Robotnik (Jim Carrey) and his new partner in crime Knuckles the Echidna (voiced by Idris Elba) to locate an Emerald with a world-destroying force.

Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets (Coming Soon): With evil wizard Grindelwald (Mads Mikkelsen) plotting to take over the world, Dumbledore (Jude Law) sets out to implement a plan for Newt (Eddie Redmayne) and his team to thwart the diabolical scheme.

Morbius (coming soon): Jared Leto plays Dr. Michael Morbius who, in an effort to cure himself and his brother from a deadly blood disease, becomes a living vampire with superhuman skills and a thirst for blood.


Ladder (streaming now): Based on a true crime documentary series, Colin Firth plays Michael Peterson who is on trial for murder after his wife Kathleen (Tony Collette) is beaten to death at the bottom of their stairs.

Time Traveler’s Wife (May 16): Theo James plays Henry, a librarian with a rare condition that causes him to travel randomly to different times and places in his life—complicating his relationship with his wife, played by Rose Leslie.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (May 12): In this explosive twelfth season, we join the cast of the cast vacationing in Aspen and Mexico, Dorit faces a terrifying home invasion, Erica deals with a difficult divorce, Lisa confronts Erica about her drinking and Kyle finds out what Cathy has been saying behind her back.


Stranger Things (May 27): The fourth season of this retro sci-fi series begins right after the end of 2019, as high school students Eleven and Will will return from a safe distance in California to join their friends in the cursed town of Hawkins and face a new threat from the fearsome underworld. Upside down.

Senior Year (May 13): In this comedy, Australian Angourie Rice plays a 17-year-old cheerleader who ends up in a coma after a stunt goes horribly wrong. She wakes up in the hospital 20 years later (now played by Rebel Wilson), determined to fulfill her dream of becoming a prom queen.

Baby Boss: Back to Bed (May 19): After being accused of embezzlement, Boss Baby Ted Templeton is forced into hiding with his adult brother Tim and sisters Tabitha and Tina. Ted pretends to be one of Tim’s children and goes undercover to prevent the Uncuddleables from destroying Baby Corp.


Girls5eva (now running): From executive producer Tina Fey, the second season of this offbeat musical comedy sees the persecuted ’90s girl group continue their comeback with a new record deal. Starring Sarah Bareilles, Renee Elise Goldsbury, Pussy Phillips, and Paula Bell.

Hacks (May 13): The Emmy Winning series returns three times for its much-anticipated second season, following lead stand-up comedian Deborah Vance (Jean Smart) and millennium writer Ava (Hannah Inbender) as they leave Las Vegas to take their road show.

Angeline (20 May): Emmy Rossum plays the original influencer Angeline, a shadowy real-life character who rose to prominence during the 1980s in Los Angeles after being commissioned for a series of racy billboards featuring pictures of her.

Disney +

Obi-Wan Kenobi (May 27): Ewan McGregor returns as Obi-Wan in this six-part limited series, watching as young Luke Skywalker on Tatooine after his former student (Hayden Christensen) succumbs to the dark side. It also stars Joel Edgerton and Bonnie Pesset.

Chip and Dale: Rescue Rangers (May 20): It’s been over thirty years since the television show for their detective agency ended, but now the Chipmunks brothers Chip (voiced by John Mulaney) and Dale (Andy Sandberg) are back on the case for real when one of their former colleagues goes missing.

Leak (streaming now): In this critically acclaimed true crime drama, Amanda Seyfried plays an ambitious young inventor Elizabeth Holmes who sought to revolutionize the blood testing industry, but instead risked the health of millions of patients through an elaborate scam.

Prime video

The Wilds (streaming now): Once again for an exciting second season, the series continues the survival stories of a group of teenage girls stranded on a desert island after a plane crash, staged as part of Twisted. Lord of the Flies– A method experiment monitored by researcher Gretchen Klein (Rachel Griffiths).

Conversations with Friends (May 16): Adapted from the debut novel by Sally Rooney, author of the hit series Ordinary peoplethe series follows college friends and former lovers Frances and Bobby, who become closely related to a charming couple.

Bosch: Legacy (now streaming): Titus Williver reprises his role as Harry Bosch, a former LAPD detective who embarks on a new career as a private eye. Teaming up with former rival Hanny Chandler, the pair are determined to bring down their common enemy Carl Rogers after he escapes prosecution.

Paramount +

Superpumped: The Battle for Uber (May 12): Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Uma Thurman and Kyle Chandler star in Uber’s origin story. Telling us from the viewpoint of founder Travis Kalanick, the series follows his ego-driven climb to the top, before being driven out by his investors and co-workers.

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds (streaming now): In this spin-off series of Star Trek: Discovery Before the original events Star Trek In the series, Captain Pike (Anson Mount) returns to command the USS Enterprise along with crew members Spock (Ethan Peck) and Number One (Rebecca Romijn).

Paw Patrol: The Movie (streaming now): With the Adventure City wreaking havoc thanks to the city’s new mayor Humdinger, Ryder and his crew of heroic pups will need to confront their archenemy and save the day before destroying everything.

Foxtel now

The Repair Shop Australia (streaming now): In this intimate reality show based on the popular British series, Australians entrust every day their most prized lifelong possessions and cherished family possessions to a team of expert craftsmen tasked with restoring their former glory.

Suicide Squad (May 7): The world’s fiercest super-villains are assembled to take down a threat greater than themselves, when the evil Project Starfish puts the fate of the world in jeopardy. Starring Joel Kinman, Idris Elba, John Cena, Jay Courtney, and Margot Robbie.

Grand Designs Australia (streaming now): Returning for the exciting tenth season, host Peter Madison joins enthusiastic home builders and renovators from across the country as they tackle a variety of uniquely ambitious architectural projects amid challenging setbacks, mounting budgets, and various market pressures.

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Ryan Dunn
Written by Ryan Dunn

From the Telstra TV team – Telstra Media

Ryan is a marketing and design professional with over 12 years of experience producing content for media organizations, marketing agencies, and retail businesses. Prior to joining the Telstra TV team, Ryan was a Graphic Design and Copywriter at BigPond Movies. An addicted to live streaming, Ryan is an avid watcher of crime drama (particularly Nordic noir), offbeat comedy and thriller with a twist.

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