What to watch on Fetch in May

Here's what you'll want to add to your list to watch in May on Fetch.
Luke Hopewell · 01 May 2024 · 4 minute read

What is Fetch?

Fetch makes your TV smarter. Fetch is a set-top box that works with your Smart TV to offer recording functionality and curates a diverse range of live TV channels, on-demand content, and integrated streaming apps.

Find out more about Fetch on Telstra.com.



What's on in May?

Dune: Part Two

Premium buy or rent now in the Movie Store.



Dune: Part Two is the epic second installment in the visually stunning adaptation of Frank Herbert's seminal sci-fi novel.

Experience the mythic journey of Paul Atreides (Timothée Chalamet) as he reunites with Chani (Zendaya) and the Fremen while on a path of revenge against the conspirators who destroyed his family.


Monkey Man

Premium buy or rent from May 7 in the Movie Store.



MONKEY MAN is a hard-hitting action thriller directed by and starring Dev Patel, his feature film directorial debut. A young man ekes out a meager living in an underground fight club where, night after night, wearing a gorilla mask, he's beaten bloody by more popular fighters for cash. After years of suppressed rage, he discovers a way to infiltrate the enclave of the city's sinister elite.

The Bay Season 4

Watch on BBC First, available in the Variety Pack, from 22 May.



When 23-year-old university student Hannah is found dead on the edge of the docks, Morecambe’s MIU team has another high-stakes case to solve in the new fourth season of this captivating drama. Having just returned to work following her father’s death, DS Jenn Townsend, MIU’s Family Liaison Officer, must push aside her own grief to support Hannah’s bitterly divided family.

Gold Rush: Parker’s Trail Season 6

Watch on Discovery, available in the Knowledge Pack, from 2 May.



Parker Schnabel travels to South America, a continent amidst a modern-day gold rush. Following the footsteps of the Incas through Peru and Bolivia, Parker embarks on his wildest prospect ever, battling jungles and altitude-sickening mountain plains in search of a claim to mine with $100 million in gold.

Bridgerton Season 3 Part 1

Stream on Netflix from 16 May. Netflix subscription required.



From Shondaland and new showrunner, Jess Brownell, Bridgerton is back for its third season and finds Penelope Featherington (Nicola Coughlan) has finally given up on her long-held crush on Colin Bridgerton (Luke Newton) after hearing his disparaging words about her last season. She has, however, decided it’s time to take a husband, preferably one who will provide her with enough independence to continue her double life as Lady Whistledown.

Doctor Who (2024) Season 1

Stream on Disney+ from 11 May. Disney+ subscription required.



This new series stars Ncuti Gatwa as the Fifteenth Doctor, a new incarnation of the Doctor, an alien Time Lord who travels through time and space in the TARDIS, which appears to be a British police box from the outside. The Fifteenth Doctor was introduced in "The Giggle" (2023) through a "bi-generation", in which he split from his predecessor, the Fourteenth Doctor (David Tennant), rather than replacing him. The series also introduces Millie Gibson as the Doctor's newest companion, Ruby Sunday.

Top Gear Australia Season 1

Stream on Paramount+ from 17 May. Paramount+ subscription required.



An automotive YouTube star, a former NRL player and a Survivor host will front the reborn Top Gear Australia television show, releasing on Paramount+ in May. Headlining the host line-up is Blair Joscelyne, better known as ‘Moog’ from the Australian automotive YouTube channel Mighty Car Mods. Moog will be joined by Beau Ryan – a former NRL player and current host of The Amazing Race Australia – and Jonathan LaPaglia, host of Australian Survivor.

By Luke Hopewell

Editor, tech expert and Senior Specialist Writer at Telstra Exchange

Luke Hopewell is an editor, tech expert and Senior Specialist Writer at Telstra Exchange. Luke joined Telstra in 2019 where he has had the privilege to help bring stories to life in a unique and human way. He was previously the head of editorial at Twitter Australia and the editor of cult tech site Gizmodo. For over a decade, Luke’s passion for technology has always driven him to seek out the latest gadgets and game-changers, and help others to understand how it all works. In another life he was a cyber security specialist where he sought to educate people about how to stay safe online. When he's not writing, he's getting outdoors and patting all the nice dogs he meets.