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When it comes to hit TV shows, the saying “too much of a good thing” simply does not apply. In December 2018, Showmax is bringing fresh new seasons of these fan-favourite series to subscribers’ screens. Binge every episode from the very beginning to the end of the latest season.
The tables have turned. Porn is legal and a new legit industry is growing alongside the mafia bankrollers. Big money brings its own kind of troubles, but everyone wants to keep the party going in this trailblazing new season. Watch S1-2 »
They are finally a team, but these young superheroes have caught Pride’s attention and now have to run from the law. Yet a dark secret sparks rebellion among the villains, giving the Runaways a gap to fight back. Season 2 lands on 22 December 2018. Watch S1 now »
Detective Jake Peralta is a great cop, but also a total goofing slacker. Fortunately he and his fellow oddball colleagues are also great at their job. Don’t miss the much-loved modern sitcom that is already a classic. Watch S1-S5 »
From Meredith Grey to McSteamy, it’s the medical drama series that set the bar. Come along with the staff of Seattle Grace Mercy West Hospital as they save lives while trying to keep their own ones together. Watch S1-S13 »
It’s a new city for MJ as she moves from Atlanta to New York, leaving her past behind – but not the drama. New rivalries and suitors are everywhere – can she keep it together to get to the top? Watch S1-S4 »
Many of their enemies are vanquished and with an even larger drug operation than ever before, Ghost and Egan seem set. But it’s not long before the FBI move in, convinced Ghost killed one of their own in this heartstopping season. Watch S1-4 »
It’s 1485. England is in tatters and Elizabeth of York reluctantly marries the new king to promote peace. But she’s not about to fall in line behind the court’s power games, brought to life in this lavish and unabashed new series which is a follow-on from The White Queen. Watch The White Queen and The White Princess »
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