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New TV shows to stream on Netflix, Prime Video, BBC iPlayer, ITVX, My5, UKTV Play, etc.

In need of a new show to binge watch, but don't want to wait weekly? We've rounded up the top shows available on-demand this month so you don't have to! From BBC iPlayer, ITVX and more, to paid Netflix and Prime Video shows, there's plenty of great telly for everyone to enjoy! Keep reading for the best telly these on-demand players have to offer...

New on Netflix 


Available now on Netflix

Embark on a suspense-filled journey through Italy in the 60s. Andrew Scott (All of Us Strangers, Fleabag) stars as Tom Ripley, a grifter hired by a wealthy industrialist to travel to Italy to convince his vagabond son, Dickie (Johnny Flynn) to return home. Accepting the job is just Tom’s first step into a web of deceit, fraud, and murder, however. Based on the bestselling Tom Ripley novels by Patricia Highsmith


Available Now on Netflix

The interview that gripped a nation. Scoop chronicles the true events leading up to Prince Andrew’s explosive 2019 BBC Newsnight interview. Gillian Anderson portrays Emily Maitlis, the journalist who interviewed the prince (Rufus Sewell) about his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein. With emphasis on the women who worked to bring one of the biggest news stories to light, Scoop follows interview booker Piper McAllister’s own account of the hours of research and negotiations with Palace staff. 

New on Prime Video 


Stream on Prime Video from Thursday 11 April

Action packed drama based on post-apocalyptic video game franchise Fallout. Two-hundred years after the apocalypse, inhabitants are forced to return to the land their ancestors left behind – only to find a violent and weird universe waiting for them. 

New on BBC iPlayer

Avoidance – Season 2

Available now on BBC iPlayer

Avoidance Season 2

Jonathan (Ramesh Ranganathan) is ready for change. He’s still conflict averse as ever, but at least he’s got a new body, a new hobby, and some Lycra to top it off. Although he’s determined to win back his ex, Claire (Jessica Knappett) and make his son Spencer (Kieran Logendra) proud, things are quickly complicated by new love interests Brett (Matthew Lewis) and Megan (Aisling Bea). 

Race Across the World 2024

Stream on BBC iPlayer from Wednesday 10 April

Race Across the World 2024

BBC’s much-loved series returns, and this time it’s Eastern Asia on the route. Five fearless duos will leave behind their home comforts to take on a 15,000-kilometre race, crossing six seas and eight boarders. Only one team will be victorious - and take home a £20,000 cash prize. 

Big Zuu goes to Mecca

Stream on BBC iPlayer from Sunday 14 April 

Big Zuu Goes to Mecca

Follow double BAFTA award winning TV Chef and rapper Big Zuu as he visits Mecca, the holiest city in Islam, for the first time. Coming from a multi-ethnic background, Big Zuu is driven by a desire to connect more with his faith - and there’s lots to learn.

Glow Up – Season 6

Stream on BBC iPlayer from Wednesday 10 April

Glow Up Season 6

‘Get ready to be dazzled.’ In this glamorous competition eight aspiring MUAs battle it out to be crowned Britain’s Next Make-Up Star, and for a life changing chance to assist some of the best MUAs in the world. The pressures on, and season six boasts’ challenges such as global gaming body painting, West End theatre looks and gory special effects. Leomie Anderson hosts. 

This Town

Available Now on BBC iPlayer

This Town

Exhilarating new drama from Steven Knight (Peaky Blinders). Set in the 1980s, This Town follows an extended family, and a group of young people, drawn into the explosive Ska and 2-tone music scene in the midlands. In an era of civil unrest, a group of young people attempt to forge their own path in life, each desperate for the second chance that music offers. 

New on ITVX 

Professor T 

Stream now on ITVX

Professor T

Ben Miller (Death in Paradise, Primeval) stars as Professor Jasper Tempest, a Cambridge University criminologist with OCD, in this intriguing and comical crime drama. In the aftermath of season two’s pressurised finale, season three opens with the professor in prison awaiting trial. Although it proves to be a difficult adjustment for him, Dan and Lisa are on hand to distract him with a murder case involving two brothers.

For the Love of Dogs with Alison Hammond

Stream on ITVX from Tuesday 16 April

For the Love of Dogs with Alison Hammond

Following the passing of much-loved Paul O’Grady last spring, Alison Hammond carries the torch as the new presenter of For the Love of Dogs. Heading off to Battersea Dogs & Cat’s Home, Alison meets the team and volunteers as they help dogs in care find loving homes. 

New on Channel 4

Defiance: Fighting the Far Right

Stream on Channel 4 from Monday 8 April

Defiance: Fighting the Far Right

Between the years of 1976 and 1981, Britain’s Asian community stood tall in the face of far-right violence and a wave of racist murders. Defiance: Fighting the Far Right deconstructs the events that led to the Southall Protests, the Killing of Blair Peach and the battle for Brick Lane whilst exploring the extreme attitudes against immigration across the UK.

Stacey Solomon's Renovation Rescue

Stream on Channel 4 from Wednesday 10 April

Stacey Solomon's Renovation Rescue

DIY queen Stacey Solomon meets the homeowners left high and dry by their builders. Left out of pocket, and with half-finished homes, Stacey hopes that by sharing her passion for DIY, and clever money-saving tips, she cab help families restore their half-finished homes.

Our Dream Farm with Matt Baker

Stream on Channel 4 from Saturday 6 April

Our Dream Farm with Matt Baker

Matt Baker heads over to the Wallington Estate in Northumberland, where the landlords – The National Trust – are on the hunt for a tenant for the four-bedroom farmhouse that boasts 340 acres of grassland, wetland and woodland. Over the space of three weeks, seven applicants will compete for the ten-year lease – have they got what it takes?

Big Mood

Available now on Channel 4 

Big Mood

Navigating adulthood is tough. Starring Nicola Coughlan (Bridgerton, Derry Girls), and Lydia West (It’s a Sin, Years and Years), Big Mood is a vivid and turbulent portrayal of female friendship under the strain of mental health. Maggie (Coughlan) and Eddie (West) have been best friends for over a decade, but with mounting pressure from work, life and Maggie’s bipolar disorder rearing its head, can their friendship withstand the test of time?

New on My5

The Cuckoo

Stream on Channel 5 from Monday 8 April

The Cuckoo

Nick (Lee Ingleby), Jessica (Claire Goose) and their adopted daughter Alice (Freya Hannan-Mills) appear to be the perfect family. Having moved to the idyllic countryside for a fresh start, their dreams are quickly shattered by financial woes. With no choice but to take in mysterious lodger Sian (Jill Halfpenny). Where overfamiliarity breeds disrespect, Sian’s erratic behaviour quickly causes tension for the family. As dark secrets surface, Jessica and Nick must race to uncover Sian’s motive – before it’s too late.

Springtime on the Farm – Season 7

Stream on My5 from Monday 15 April

Springtime on the Farm

Springtime on the Farm returns for another wholesome season. Based at Cannon Hall Farm in South Yorkshire, Helen Skelton, and Jules Hudson, explore and react to the highs and lows of farming life, showcasing stories from the farming community across the UK as they face their most hectic time of year. 

Michael Palin in Nigeria

Stream on My5 from Tuesday 16 April

Michael Palin

Micheal Palin explores Nigeria’s stories, cultures, and histories in this revealing documentary series. With Nigeria expected to become the third most populous country in the world after China and India, there are a multitude of stories to tell. Although corruption and violence have characterised how the country is portrayed, Micheal Palin explores Nigeria’s multifaceted culture, history, and wealth disparities in this revealing documentary. 

New on UKTV Play

Meet the Richardsons – Series Five

Stream on UKTV Play from Monday 8 April

Meet the Richardsons

Hilarious sitcom starring married couple, and comedians, Jon Richardson, and Lucy Beaumont as fictionalised versions of themselves. After her BAFTA nomination Lucy’s career is on the up and up, with appearances on everything from Taskmaster to Bake off and Celebrity Chinese Whispers. Jon, on the other hand is plotting his escape from telly.

Dream Car Fixers

Stream weekly on UKTV Play from Tuesday 9th April

Dream Car Fixers

Life-long friends Sheldon Nichols (Strippers: Cars for Cash) and Peter Harriott have been working on classic cars since they were teenagers. With a combined 80 years of experience, the two find and repair classic cars to the client’s budgets, whether it’s a classic MGB, or an iconic Alfa. Whilst mechanic Sheldon sorts the oily bits and does the deals, Peter sorts out the bodywork, making sure the cars look spick and span for their clients. 

Bangers & Cash: Under the Bonnet

Stream on UKTV Play from Thursday 11 April

Bangers and Cash Under the Bonnet

Life-long friends Sheldon Nichols (Strippers: Cars for Cash) and Peter Harriott have been working on classic cars since they were teenagers. With a combined 80 years of experience, the two find and repair classic cars to the client’s budgets, whether it’s a classic MGB, or an iconic Alfa. Whilst mechanic Sheldon sorts the oily bits and does the deals, Peter sorts out the bodywork, making sure the cars look spick and span for their clients. 

Parade’s End

Stream on UKTV Play from Wednesday 10 April

Parade's end

A critically acclaimed BBC adaptation starring Benedict Cumberbatch, and Rebecca Hall (Vicky Cristina Barcelona). Set just before WWI, Parade’s End follows the lives of English aristocrat Christoper Tietjens (Cumberbatch), his self-centred socialite wife Slyvia Satterhwaite (Hall) and young suffragette Valentine Wannop (Adelaide Clemens), whilst Britain undergoes a cultural shift.

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