Every new movie and TV show coming to streamers in early 2024.

2023 is so last year (literally) which means it's time to look to the future and what TV shows and movies are to come. 

And thankfully, there are plenty of shows and movies to look forward to in early 2024. You know, before the Hollywood writers' strike is truly felt by streamers and it's probably tumbleweeds ahead for the rest of the year (aka it will be time to start watching more reality TV).

But we digress, we've rounded up some of the most exciting offerings coming in the new year. 


True Detective: Night Country

Ladies, to the front! This gritty crime drama series is returning for a fourth season, with the latest True Detective case being solved by two women this time, as played by Jodie Foster and Kali Reis. They join forces to investigate the disappearance of eight men who went missing while working at the Tsalal Arctic Research Station in Alaska.

Premiere date: January 15, 2024.

Watch the trailer for True Detective: Night Country. Post continues after video.

Video via Max.


Over ten years since the film, the Ted series has finally come to fruition with creator Seth MacFarlane back lending his voice to the NSFW bear. In the latest instalment which is a prequel to the movie, Ted is living with 16-year-old John (played by The Purge actor Max Burkholder) and his family in Massachusetts. 


Premiere date: January 11, 2024.

Apple TV

Masters of the Air

This miniseries is basically a buffet of the coolest actors on the planet, with Austin Butler, Barry Keoghan, Ncuti Gatwa, and Callum Turner among the cast. The series relays the events of the 100th Bombardment Group of the United States Army Air Forces during the Second World War. 

This series will delight history buffs, as it acts as a companion miniseries to Band of Brothers and The Pacific. Your dad will be chuffed. 

Premiere date: January 26, 2024.


Fans of enthralling thrillers will have their next free night filled with this seven-part true crime limited series starring The Crown's Tobias Menzies and based on The New York Times bestselling nonfiction book Manhunt from author James L. Swanson. The story surrounds the hunt for John Wilkes Booth after Abraham Lincoln’s assassination. 

Premiere date: March 15, 2024.


Fool Me Once

Harlan Coben stans, rise! Yep, there's another (probably, definitely trashy) mystery on the way. Starring Michelle Keegan, Adeel Akhtar, and (of course) Richard Armitage, this series follows Maya (Keegan) after the brutal murder of her husband, Joe (Armitage). But she soon discovers all is not what it seems when footage from a nanny-cam makes her question everything. 


Premiere date: January 1, 2024.

Fool Me Once series poster. Image: Netflix. 

Good Grief 

This buzzy film from Dan Levy has the makings of a solid comedy-drama. Levy directs and also stars as himself, alongside Ruth Negga, Luke Evans, and Celia Imrie. The movie is about Levy's character Marc, as he comes to terms with the sudden death of his husband, Oliver (Evans), by going on a holiday to Paris. Tres fun! 


Premiere date: January 5, 2024.

Boy Swallows Universe 

Based on the fiction book that became a phenomenon, Boy Swallows Universe is a coming-of-age story of a young boy growing up in the Brisbane suburbs in the '80s who has to face the harsh realities of life. The eight-part limited series will star a plethora of Aussie talent, including Travis Fimmel, Simon Baker, Phoebe Tonkin and Anthony LaPaglia.

Premiere date: January 11, 2024.

A Family Affair

With an iconic cast that boasts Joey King, Nicole Kidman, Zac Efron, and Kathy Bates, hopes couldn't be higher for this rom-com. The movie revolves around a young woman, her mother, and her movie star boss as they navigate love, sex, and identity.

New seasons of You, Bridgerton, Wednesday and Stranger Things are also expected to drop on Netflix in either 2024 or early 2025. 

Prime Video


Irish icons Saoirse Ronan and Paul Mescal join forces for Foe, a thought-provoking story of a married couple working on a farm when their quiet rural life is rocked by an uninvited stranger. This psychological drama film is based on the bestselling author Iain Reid’s novel of the same name. 

Premiere date: January 5, 2024.


Saoirse Ronan and Paul Mescal in Foe. Image: Amazon Prime. 


Set against the city lights of Hong Kong, the six-part series follows different women who shared a life-altering encounter that left each of them grappling with who is to blame. Nicole Kidman headlines a cast that also includes Sarayu Blue, Ji-young Yoo, and Brian Tee.

Premiere date: January 26, 2024.


Mr & Mrs Smith

This is an updated take on Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s classic spy movie but with a twist on the original film. Donald Glover and Francesca Sloane play strangers who must pretend to be married for their cover story as they're both working as spies. And of course, feelings between the spies quickly develop.

Premiere date: February 2, 2024.



Richard Roxburgh and Rebecca Gibney play the Quinns, a founding family behind mega-church U Star, based in Sydney, Australia. The series picks up as U Star is getting set to expand to the US, as the list of shameful Quinn family's secrets endangers the family's wholesome reputation.

Premiere date: January 18, 2024.

The Tourist

While not technically a new show, the highly anticipated second season of The Tourist will finally be back on Stan in early 2024. Jamie Dornan returns in his role as Elliot Stanley, a man looking to find himself after suffering memory loss. The first season was set in Australia while season two will take place in Ireland.

Premiere date: January 2, 2024.

Feature image: Prime Video/Netflix. 

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