How to Get Away with Murder, Hemlock Grove and Spy – all new on demand this week

Our round-up of the best new TV and film for 19th-25th October also includes Saving Mr Banks, The Apprentice and Grey's Anatomy series 11

The world of on demand can be a bewildering place. But don’t stress, we’re here to help. Here’s the cream of this week’s crop: the best of catch up and the brand new TV shows and films available on Netflix, blinkbox, iTunes, Amazon Prime Instant Video, All 4, iPlayer and beyond. Happy bingeing! 


Grey’s Anatomy

Brace yourselves for heartache, Grey fans. Series 11 is now available to stream on Amazon Prime. If you’ve seen the spoilers you’ve probably already stocked up on tissues. If you haven’t, you’ve got quite a journey ahead of you…

Grey’s Anatomy series 11 is available on Amazon Prime from 21st October. It’s also available on blinkbox and iTunes.

The Apprentice

Lord Sugar is back, looking for a new investment, and so are The Apprentice’s usual gaggle of over-confident candidates. They are giving 150% and spurting melodramatic metaphors left, right and centre. If you missed last week’s premiere you’ve got two episodes to watch before this week’s instalment. What are you waiting for?

The Apprentice is on BBC iPlayer now

The Falling

Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams takes the lead in this haunting, enigmatic movie about an 1960s all girls school plagued by a mysterious fainting epidemic. Williams plays Lydia, a school girl obsessed by her best friend Abbie. Maxine Peake and Mathew Baynton also star.

The Falling is available on Amazon Prime from 21st October. It’s also available on blinkbox and iTunes.

How to Get Away with Murder

Love Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal? Welcome to your latest Shonda Rhimes fix, How To Get Away With Murder. Starring Viola Davis as Annalise Keating, prominent criminal defense attorney and law professor, the glossy, fast-paced drama follows five law interns as they do whatever it takes to succeed. Season two starts next Wednesday on Universal channel, so now is the ideal time to catch up…

How To Get Away With Murder series one is available on Netflix from 22nd October. It’s also available on blinkbox, iTunes and Amazon Instant Video.

Hemlock Grove

Hemlock Grove was Netflix’s second original drama series, following House of Cards into the streaming service in 2013. After three successful seasons it’s coming to a close this week, when the gothic, supernatural series drops its final 10 episodes. From the look of this trailer, Hemlock Grove’s farewell is set to be a bloody, gruesome and shocking affair…

Hemlock Grove’s third season is available on Netflix from 23rd October.


Melissa McCarthy and Miranda Hart star alongside Rose Byrne, Jason Statham, Jude Law and Allison Janney in this spy comedy from the maker of Bridesmaids. McCarthy is Susan Cooper, a desk-bound CIA analyst who gets the chance to become a field agent when a mission goes horribly awry…

Spy is available on blinkbox and iTunes from 23rd October

Saving Mr Banks

The previously untold story of Mary Poppins’ rocky road to the cinema screen is revealed in movie Saving Mr Banks. Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson star as Walt Disney and author PL Travers. Relations between the pair were infamously troublesome; it took Walt Disney 20 years to persuade the author that he could do Mary Poppins, Bert and the Banks justice…

Saving Mr Banks is available to stream on Netflix from 24th October. It’s also available on iTunes, blinkbox and Amazon Instant Video.

Brother Bear

Inuit boy Kenai pursues a bear in revenge after his brother is killed in this 2003 Disney movie. He tracks down the bear and kills it, but the Spirits change Kenai into a bear himself as punishment…


Brother Bear is available on Amazon Prime from 23rd October. It’s also available on iTunes and blinkbox.