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Stan: What's New For 19 - 25 April, 2016

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Sean Fang Mon, 25/04/2016 - 17:57

It's more the same, plus a time to remember, this week on Stan.

More BBC shows have been added to the ever growing Stan library, with the highlights being a trio of documentaries, including the superb nature documentary Life, Inside The Human Body and Wonders of Life.

There are a few new movies, but none stands out in particular - perhaps Luc Besson screenplay effort Lockout, which stars Australia's own Guy Pearce, might be the one most familiar to those that have been using streaming video services for a while (it's been on Netflix, at least the US version, for some time now). Another film with an Australian flavour is Nicole Kidman's Rabbit Hole.

There's also Bruce Willis's Fire With Fire and a few other ultimately forgettable flicks.

For TV, there's the new "first on Stan" series Containment, which tells the story of an outbreak that quarantines the entire city of Atlanta - definitely not for the hypochondriacs out there. There are also new episodes of Workaholics and Purple Rain, Graffiti Bridge and Under The Cherry Moon.

Here's a complete list of the new additions to Stan for the week 19 - 25 April, 2016:

Life Off Grid
World's End
Rabbit Hole
Purple Rain
Under The Cherry Moon
Graffiti Bridge
Inside The Human Body
Wonders of Life
At Home With Julia
Gigolos - New Episodes
The Vasectomist
God In America
David Beckham: Into The Unknown
Mad Dogs - New Episodes
Fire With Fire
Broad City - New Episodes
Last Night
My Tattoo Addiction
Meet Britain's Chinese Tiger Mums
Containment - New Series, First on Stan
Workaholics - New Episode
L!fe Happens
Better Call Saul - New Episodes
Fry's Planet Word
Sensitive Skin
The Life and Times of Vivienne Vyle
Posh Nosh


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