Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind (Neon):

Four years after his death sent shockwaves around the globe, Marina Zenovich's documentary celebrates legendary comedian Robin Williams. Told largely in the late comedian's own voice, the doco uses archival footage to put viewers inside Williams' thought process. Featuring interviews with Steve Martin, David Letterman, and Billy Crystal, the audience is able to hear first-hand from those who knew and loved him best.
Available to stream now.

Disenchantment (Netflix):

From the man who created the phenomenon that is The Simpsons, Matt Groening's latest 10-episode animated series takes viewers to the medieval kingdom of Dreamland. Following Bean, a booze-loving princess, and her two sidekicks, Luci, her personal demon, and Elfo, an elf, this is a cartoon that's not for kids. Over the 10 episodes, the trio encounter ogres, sprites, harpies, imps, trolls, walruses, and lots of human fools.
Season 1 available to stream now.

RuPaul's Drag Race season 1-2 (TVNZ OnDemand):

Sashay away .....and back to where it all began with the first two seasons of RuPaul's Drag Race. For those not familiar with the show, think Project Runway meets Top Model, but with drag queens. For fans who want even more action, Untucked takes you behind the scenes for all the secrets and backstage battles. Catch up now before a new season drops each month. Can I get an Amen?
Seasons 1 and 2 of Drag Race and Untucked are available to stream now.

American Woman (Lightbox):

Inspired by the childhood of actress and reality star Kyle Richards, the comedy series takes us back to the opulence of 1970s Hollywood Hills. Starring Alicia Silverstone as the freshly divorced and bankrupt Bonnie Nolan, American Woman shows the rise of second-wave feminism as Bonnie finds her independence again.
Season 1 available from tomorrow.


To All The Boys I've Loved Before (Netflix):

With new Netflix originals being churned out every month it's often hard to know which one to watch. So, if you're looking for a light-hearted rom-com this weekend then stop flicking aimlessly through the menu and go for this. To All The Boys I've Loved before folows Lara Jean Covey, a 16-year-old girl who copes for her curshes by writing love letter she never plans to send out. Obviously the letters make their way to the subjects and Lara Jean is forced to go into damage control. It's sweet, cute, charming, an easy watch and has been met with rave reviews.