These Are All Of The Best Shows To Binge On Stan This Month
Since 2015, Stan has been blessing us with some of the best original and classic content for our viewing pleasure. If you've just finished binge-watching Tiger King on Netflix and are in need of the next best show, we're rounding up the streaming service's most compelling, hilarious and entertaining content available to watch right now. The hardest part is choosing where to start. These are all of the best shows to binge on stan this month.
This Stan original series is one of the most popular shows on their lineup right now. It centres around a country town and the lives of its residents after a devastating flood. The discovery of a mysterious plant that is said to restore youth will divide the population, with some branding it a miracle and others wishing to see it disappear.
PEN15 is so addictive that you'll definitely finish it in a weekend. Anna and Maya are two best friends who are excited about starting seventh grade together until they realise that they're at the bottom of the popularity list. Played by adult actresses in a cast of teenagers, this quirky comedy is laugh-out-loud funny and totally relatabele
There's a reason The Office is one of the most binge-worthy series of all time. The insane characters that work together at Dunder Mifflin Paper Co. in Scranton, Pennsylvania are so outspoken and wacky that you'll be on the edge of your seat waiting to see what prank Jim will play on Dwight next.
it might sound like the beginning of a slew of other movies, but this brand new series to hit Stan stounds out from the pack. After an unusual accident, computer coder Zoey Clarke now can't seem to get the thoughts and secrets of the people around her out of her head. What's worse is that she hears them through popular songs. This musical comedy is basically the new Glee.
You might recognise him from the radio, but comedian Matt Okine proves that he's a talented actor as well in The Other Guy. Playing AJ, Matt is dealing with the pain of a broken heart the best way he knows how: binge drinking and offensive behaviour. This relatable comedy will leave you in stitches as his best friends try their best to help AJ get his life back on track.
Scarlet is a global women's interest magazine and the place where the three main characters of The Bold Type work. Inspired by the life of a former NYC Cosmo editor, these three friends will navigate the tough world of publishing, through promotions, love, and their high-powered bosses.
If there's one show that I couldn't look away from, it's Breaking Bad. When an unassuming high school science teacher suddenly becomes sick with cancer, he needs to come up with cash fast to look after his family. With his knowledge of chemicals and the help of an erratic ex-student, Walter and Jesse begin a meth-making business that leads to working with drug cartels, murder, and evading the cops at every turn.
As the trusted GP in her small town, Gemma is a reliable and a dependable source of knowledge to her community. Things change when she suspects that her husband is having an affair as she propels herself into an investigation that will put everything at risk.
As winter rolls in, there's literally no better way to spend your days than catching up with Ross, Rachel, Phoebe, Monica, Chandler and Joey in their New York apartments as they make their way through the 90s and early 2000s, starting and ending relationships (with each other) and trying to fit in a daily coffee at Central Perk.
If a show about the finance industry doesn't sound exciting, we're here to tell you that Billions breaks that stereotype completely. Filled with stubborn New York titans and their quest to be the best, Wall Street is turned into an argument-fuelled battleground.
Gentlemen, start your engines and may the best woman win! Drag queen superstar RuPaul is back for the twelfth season of the smash hit competition/reality show where the best drag queens come together to compete for a cash prize and the title of American's next drag superstar! Expect glamour, comedy and legendary catchphrases.
For those of us who mourned the end of Josh Thomas' breakout smash Please Like Me, we're finally being blessed with a new creation by the comedian. This one picks up with Josh living in the US with his estranged father and his two American teenagers. Once his father passes away, Josh's neurotic character Nicholas instantly becomes responsible for their wellbeing.