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All The Best Shows To Stream On Binge This Month (June 2024)

By Renée Ardon-Coppinger

At Urban List, we guarantee you’ve seamlessly worked your way through nearly every Netflix, Stan, Amazon Prime Video and Disney+ show by now, but fear not, Foxtel's streaming service BINGE is here to save the day.

Home to some of the best series from HBO Max, Warner Bros, Sony, NBCU, FX and BBC content you can now work your way through the likes of The Last Of Us, Succession, The Office, Seinfeld, The Wire, The Walking Dead and True Detective. On top of that, it’ll only cost you $10 per month. With over 10,000 glorious hours of content we've hand-picked the best new TV shows to watch on BINGE.

So, without further ado—here's everything we're loving on Binge this month as the temps cool down this winter.

Am I Okay?

Right, although a film not a series, you can polish off this light-hearted little rom com any old night of the week without having to commit to the three-hour saga. Featuring the gorg Dakota Johnson, follow protagonist Lucy as she navigates the confusing realisation that she's not attracted to men as she hits her 30s. With her lifelong bestie in tow, we had a good chuckle and heart flutter over her plight into coming out later in life and reckon you will too.

Colin From Accounts (Season 2)

One of our undisputed modern Aussie comedies, Colin From Accounts is back on our small screens for another hilarious season. Logie winning stars Patrick Brammall and Harriet Dyer (who we love are married in real life) are now living together on a mission to get their beloved special needs pup Colin back from his new mean owners. Guaranteed to make you feel gooey inside, snuggle up with a pot of tea and give this one a watch when it drops on 30 May.

Call Me Country: Beyoncé & Nashville's Renaissance

Piggy-backing Cowboy Carter, Call Me Country: Beyoncé & Nashville's Renaissance premieres 24 May examining the Queen B effect and how music is challenging the country music status quo in 2024. Zooming into high-profile celebs like Little Nas X along the way, this easy watch looks at how Black artists are shaking up Nashville in the best way possible. 

Quiet On Set: The Dark Side Of Kids TV

If like so many of us you grew up bingeing Nickelodeon every chance you could get, you'll be horrified by Binge's newest drop Quiet On Set: The Dark Side Of Kids TV. From Ariana Grande to Amanda Bynes and so many household childhood star names, this engrossing four-part series delves into the dark motives and secret abuse behind the scenes of some of the world's most favourite noughties programs.

Justice, USA

Offering up a gripping 360 degree view into Nashville's criminal justice system, this docuseries follows the inmates as well as prison workers, lawyers and mental health workers to serve up a revealing (and often horrifying) real life representation of so-called justice in America. From racism to mysogyny and the cycle of addiction, this eye-opening portral is completely gripping and definitely worth a weekend watch.

Ramy Youssef: More Feelings

Is anyone else a tiny bit in love with Ramy Youssef? In his latest comedy special, he's letting it all hang out sharing all of the *big* feelings around this complex and confusing world right now, while of course injecting his charming spin and positivity in through humour. 


As shameless fans of a good British drama, it's no surprise we've been hanging out for the first season release of Truelove. Starring some UK legends such as Lindsay Duncan and Clarke Peters, and created by the team behind the BAFTA award-winning series The End Of The F**king World, dive into the world of this curious group of old friends and their drunken post-funeral pact.


Keltie Knight and Nate Burleson team up to lead a hilarious and easy-watchin' game show where mega fans get to flex their fandom muscles and vie for an epic reward. Across six episodes, six music icons including LL Cool J, Shania Twain, Gloria Estefan, Little Big Town, Pitbull, and Kelsea Ballerini, challenge five of their most devoted followers to see if they truly are the ultimate super fans.

The Couple Next Door

Loosely adapted from the Dutch series New Neighbours the series is a deliciously dark, psychological drama. In addition to Sam Heughan (who you know from Outlander), the show also stars Eleanor Tomlinson (The Outlaws, Poldark), Aussie Actress Jessica De Gouw (Pennyworth, Our Man From Jersey) and Alfred Enoch (Harry Potter). When Evie (Tomlinson) and Pete (Enoch) move into an upscale neighbourhood, they naturally befriend the couple next door—alpha traffic cop Danny (Heughan) and his wife, wellness guru Becka (De Gouw). However, Pete's worries that Evie gets on a little too well with Danny. Watch it from December 1.

American Horror Story

In season 12 of AHS, Kim Kardashian makes her scripted TV acting debut in the latest instalment of Ryan Murphy’s horror anthology series, based on the upcoming book Delicate Condition by Danielle Valentine. Dubbed the feminist update to Rosemary’s Baby, Emma Roberts stars as a pregnant actress convinced that a sinister figure is out to stop her baby from being born. 

True Detective

If you haven't yet caught wind of True Detective, let us clue you in. This gripping crime anthology series follows a fresh detective (or two) each season as they hunt down a twisted killer and let us tell you, the cast is always top-notch and has previously featured the likes of Matthew McConaughey, Rachel McAdams, Woody Harrelson, and Mahershala Ali (just casually).

The show's next chapter, True Detective: Night Country, is keeping with tradition and snagging a seriously A-list cast which includes the legendary Jodie Foster. She's playing none other than the badass detective Liz Danvers. As per the plot details from Binge—"When the long winter night falls in Ennis, Alaska, the eight men who operate the Tsalal Arctic Research Station vanish without a trace. To solve the case, detectives Liz Danvers and Evangeline Navarro must confront their pasts and the dark truths lying underneath the Arctic ice". We've got no word yet on the official release date but keep your eyes peeled.

The White Lotus

When it comes to The White Lotus, we love a bit of pre-season speculation. With the first two seasons of this cult anthology having been shot at Four Seasons resorts in Hawaii and Italy, in the lead up to season three, word on the street is the next iteration of White Lotus is set to take place in Thailand. Now, if you've already done the deep diving, you'll know there are four different hotspots the resort calls home including Koh Samui, Bangkok, Chiang Mai and the Golden Triangle. All pretty swanky places to film, if you ask us. While nothing has been confirmed officially, we're already excited.

If you're yet to catch up on the Emmy® winning series from Mike White, season two features seven episodes and follows the exploits of various guests and employees over the span of a week. In addition to Jennifer Coolidge and Jon Gries, the season’s star-studded ensemble cast includes F. Murray Abraham, Adam DiMarco, Beatrice Grannò, Tom Hollander, Sabrina Impacciatore, Michael Imperioli, Aubrey Plaza, Haley Lu Richardson, Theo James, Meghann Fahy, Will Sharpe, Simona Tabasco, and Leo Woodall. 


Roy siblings Kendall (Jeremy Strong), Shiv (Sarah Snook) and Roman (Kieran Culkin) are a united front when this award-winning series picks back up, having formed an alliance against their father, Logan (Brian Cox), in their bid to stop him from selling off Waystar Royco to Lukas Matsson (Alexander Skarsgård). 

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The Last Of Us

Binge has hit us hard in 2023 with a post-apocalytpic series that everyone is already raving about. The nine-episode series, which is based on the critically acclaimed video game of the same name, takes place twenty years after modern civilisation has been completely destroyed where Joel (Pedro Pascal) is hired to smuggle Ellie (Bella Ramsey), a young girl, out of an oppresive quarantine zone. We guarantee you'll binge it and absolutely love it. If you need more convincing, Craig Mazin is the incredible brain behind this one and if that name sounds familiar, it's because he also gifted the world Chernobyl back in 2019. 

Alone: Frozen

Okay, if you've never watched Alone, you are about to be privvy to one of the best guilty pleasure shows out there. This adventure reality TV series follows a bunch of contestants as they try and survive alone in the wilderness. In the show's next iteration, six participants from past seasons return to put their survival skills to the test for a second time. Dropped off on the frigid North Atlantic Coast of Labrador, Canada survivalists will set out to last fifty days in a location with extreme conditions worse than any previous season of Alone. We love it.

House Of The Dragon

The countdown is officially on for House of the Dragon, the Game of Thrones prequel and easily the most anticipated series of the year. The show, based on George R.R. Martin’s fantasy novel, Fire & Blood, which is set 200 years before the events of Game of Thrones, tells the story of House Targaryen. If you're not all caught up with GoT just yet, fear not, you have time. It takes just over 70 hours to complete every Game of Thrones episode from start to finish. 


Back for season four, Westworld is on a hard return—nearly two years after its third season first premiered. Like all previous seasons, you can expect this next iteration to be absolute chaos with all the twists and turns. Dolores Abernathy is obviously no more (RIP), someone has taken a trip to the Sublime (we’re looking at you Bernard) and obviously, The Man In Black is a robot.

The Staircase

The Staircase is a highly-anticipated limited-drama series starring Colin Firth and Toni Colette. Based on a very true story, the show looks at the life of Michael Peterson, an American Novelist who was convicted of murdering his second wife, Kathleen Peterson back in 2003. 

Our Flag Means Death

This hilarious new comedy is very loosely based on the true adventures of Stede Bonnet, a pampered aristocrat who abandons his life of privilege to become a pirate. After trading in his comfortable life for one of a buccaneer, Stede becomes captain of a pirate ship but struggles to earn the respect of his potentially mutinous crew. Stede’s fortunes change after a fateful run-in with the infamous Captain Blackbeard, played by Taika Waititi. Go in with no inhibitions, come out the other side with your new favourite TV show. 


Recently dropping the ninth and final season, the entire suite of Wentworth eps is just waiting for you to devour. If you’ve haven’t dived in yet, the Aussie drama follows Bea Smith and the women at Wentworth–a women’s prison—where they soon discover that life behind bars never means the troubles are behind them. The star-studded ensemble of Australian and New Zealand actors includes Danielle Cormack (Bea Smith), Nicole da Silva, Kate Atkinson, Pamela Rabe and Robbie Magasiva. 


From the makers of Line of Duty and BodyguardVigil follows DCI Amy Silva who is tasked with investigating the death of a crew member on board the Trident nuclear submarine HMS Vigil. The catch? The UK’s nuclear deterrent must remain unbroken, so the submarine stays on patrol and Amy must go aboard to begin an investigation. Although the death was written off as an accidental overdose, Amy suspects foul play. But when the crew close ranks in the face of Amy’s questioning, a new threat overshadows her inquiry. Watch it here


This amazing series follows the underground ball culture in New York. While witnessing the evolution of dance and the rise of the Trump-era, an LGBTQ ball fixture, Blanca, starts her own house and turns mother to a gifted dancer and a sex worker. Celebrating the gay and trans community, the cast of Pose is seriously stacked featuring Mj Rodriguez, Indya Moore, Billy Porter. 

Mare Of Eastown

If you only watch one show from this list, make it Mare Of Eastown. It stars the incredible Kate Winslet as detective Mare Sheehan, whose life crumbles around her when investigating a shocking murder in small-town Pennsylvania. When the dark side of the close community is exposed through the course of the investigation, long held secrets will be revealed, changing the course of people’s lives—and Mare's—forever. 

I May Destroy You 

This drama series has gained worldwide praise, and for good reason—it’s incredible. Set in London, the series centers on Arabella (played by Michaela Coel, who also penned the script), a carefree, self-assured Londoner who is working on her second, highly anticipated book. But when her drink is spiked and she is subjected to a harrowing sexual assault she must question and rebuild every element of her life.


Euphoria follows the troubled life of 17-year-old Rue, a drug addict fresh from rehab with no plans to stay clean. Circling in Rue's orbit is Jules, a transgender girl searching for where she belongs; Nate, a jock whose anger issues mask sexual insecurities; Cassie, whose sexual history continues to dog her; and Kat, a body-conscious teen exploring her sexuality. As the classmates struggle to make sense of their futures, the series tackles the teenage landscape of partying and anxiety-ridden day-to-day life.

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