Stan is also starting its list of October 2016 content with its own original content, something that makes sense as it is exclusive to the platform
NO ACTIVITY – SEASON 2 ALL EPISODES PREMIERE 26TH OCTOBER
The smash hit Logie-nominated comedy returns for a second season. Detectives Stokes (Darren Gilshenan) and Hendy (Patrick Brammall) are back on stakeout duty, and this time they’re assigned to the kidnapping of wealthy couple Elizabeth (Rose Byrne) and Bernie (Damon Herriman). Meanwhile Carol (Genevieve Morris) gets a new partner when April (Harriet Dyer) is promoted from Dispatch, and Bruce (David Field) and Jimmy (Dan Wyllie) are forced to come out of retirement. This year, the comedy sensation promises more action, more romance, more... well, just more sitting around.
ASH VS EVIL DEAD – SEASON 2 3RD OCTOBER NEW EPISODES FAST-TRACKED EVERY WEEK ONLY ON STAN
More gore, more guts, and more groovy. Season 2 will have everything you’ve been waiting for - including the addition of Lee Majors to the cast as Ash’s dad! The party in Jacksonville is over when Ash, Pablo, and Kelly are summoned by Ruby back to Ash’s hometown to form an unlikely alliance.
BLUNT TALK – SEASON 2 3RD OCTOBER NEW EPISODES FAST-TRACKED EVERY WEEK
Blunt Talk is back and as outrageous as ever. Walter Blunt (Patrick Stewart) and his team are on top of the network ratings when Walter runs into an old flame, in town to investigate a conspiracy involving one of Los Angeles’ most crucial environmental threats.
THE CIRCUS NEW EPISODE MONDAYS ONLY ON STAN
YOUNGER – SEASON 3 NEW EPISODE THURSDAYS ONLY ON STAN
New TV Shows
DOCTOR WHO SEASON 9 1ST OCTOBER
With his revamped look and rock ‘n’ roll attitude to match, the Doctor (Peter Capaldi) is ready to stand against any monster who threatens the Universe.
THE FLASH SEASON 2 SVOD EXCLUSIVE 7TH OCTOBER
Following the defeat of Barry’s arch-nemesis Eobard Thawne, Team Flash must turn their attention to the Singularity left swirling high above Central City consuming everything in its path.
HANNIBAL SEASON 3 EVERY EPISODE EVER 19TH OCTOBER
Hannibal (Mads Mikkelsen) is on the run in Europe accompanied by his psychiatrist, Bedelia Du Maurier (Gillian Anderson) sporting a new identity, but servicing the same insatiable appetite.
NAKOM – 4 OCTOBER
Upon his father’s sudden death, a talented medical student must return to his home village in Ghana to fight for his family’s survival.
IN THE HEART OF THE SEA SVOD EXCLUSIVE – 6 OCTOBER
Crewmen (Chris Hemsworth, Cillian Murphy) aboard the whaling ship Essex face a harrowing battle when a whale attacks them, an experience that later inspired the novel Moby-Dick. Directed by Ron Howard.
LOCKE – 12 OCTOBER
A dedicated family man’s (Tom Hardy) life unravels as he drives to London to be present for the birth of a child conceived during a one-night stand.
ALEX & EVE SVOD EXCLUSIVE – 13 OCTOBER
An Australian romantic comedy about forbidden romance between a Greek Orthodox teacher (Richard Brancatisano) and a Lebanese Muslim lawyer (Andrea Demetriades).
NORM OF THE NORTH SVOD EXCLUSIVE – 14 OCTOBER
When a real estate development invades his Arctic home, Norm (Rob Schneider) heads to New York City where he attempts to stop the company and protect his homeland.
BEYOND THE BRICK: A LEGO BRICKUMENTARY SVOD EXCLUSIVE – 15 OCTOBER
Filmmakers Daniel Junge and Kief Davidson explore the history and worldwide cultural impact of the LEGO universe. Narrated by Jason Bateman.
RUBEN GUTHRIE – 18 OCTOBER
Starring No Activity’s Patrick Brammall, Ruben Guthrie is a comedy about one man not only battling the bottle, but the city that won’t let him put it down.
THE LUNCHBOX – 18 OCTOBER
A mistaken delivery connects a young housewife to an older man as they build a fantasy world together through notes in the lunchbox.
TRUTH SVOD EXCLUSIVE – 20 OCTOBER
A 2004 60 Minutes report by Dan Rather (Robert Redford) and Mary Mapes (Cate Blanchett) on President Bush’s military service drew a firestorm of criticism, costing the reporters their careers.
GAYBY BABY SVOD EXCLUSIVE – 21 OCTOBER
An Australian documentary about the experiences of kids with same-sex parents, told from the perspective of the kids.
THE TURNING – 21 OCTOBER
An incredible collection of short films based on stories by acclaimed Australian writer Tim Winton. Starring Cate Blanchett, Rose Byrne and Hugo Weaving.
FIVE MINUTES OF HEAVEN – 22 OCTOBER
James Nesbitt and Liam Neeson star in a unique drama that explores aspects of Northern Ireland’s troubled past and the challenges the future holds.
THE LOOK OF SILENCE – 23 OCTOBER
The powerful companion piece to the Oscar-nominated The Act of Killing follows an optician as he confronts the men who killed his brother during the 1960s Indonesian genocide.
LIFE OF CRIME – 25 OCTOBER
Double-crosses and plot twists abound when a corrupt real-estate developer (Tim Robbins) decides not to pay a ransom to his wife’s (Jennifer Aniston) kidnappers.
CARTEL LAND – 27 OCTOBER
The Oscar-nominated documentary Cartel Land is a riveting look at two modern- day vigilante groups and their shared enemy – the murderous Mexican drug cartels.