Orange is the New Black (Netflix)
The ladies of Litchfield are back, only they're not at Litchfield anymore. Season 6 sees the inmates dealing with the consequences of the riots at the end of last season. Many of the women have been moved to the maximum security facility down the hill as the authorities attempt to get to the bottom of what happened. The girls are forced to readjust to life on the bottom of the food chain as they're split up into rival sections of the prison. Streaming from tomorrow.
Ever wondered what life was like in the drug and sex-fuelled music business of the 1970s? Well, Vinyl is your ticket there. Created by Mick Jagger, Martin Scorsese, Rich Cohen and Terence Winter, the series follows Richie Finestra, a recovering drug addict record executive trying to revive his label. Finestra struggles to navigate the industry as rock 'n' roll gives way to an era of punk, disco and hip-hop. Streaming from Sunday.
UnREAL Season 4 (Lightbox)
The fourth and final season of the reality TV satire is modelled on the popular Bachelor in Paradise. It follows Rachel and Quinn as they return to the set of the reality TV dating show Everlasting, which has returned for an "All-Stars" season. Fan favourites from all the seasons will return to wrap up the show's storyline.
Girlfriends (TVNZ OnDemand)
British series Girlfriends follows the lives of three friends as they navigate the challenges of middle-age life. Gail's trying to help her wayward son get his life back on track after being released from prison and Sue is reeling from the fallout of a 30-year affair with her boss. The biggest problem however, comes about when the circumstances of Linda's husband's death come into question. Season 1 is available to stream now.
New Girl (Lightbox)
Fans of New Girl are in luck with the first six seasons now available to watch on Lightbox. Zooey Deschanel's 'adorkable' comedy has become a huge hit with its offbeat charms and loveable cast. Curl up on the couch and wile away your weekend with Jess and the gang.