Stan Weekly News Update highlights include Revealed: Trafficked, Poker Face, From and Blindspotting.
THE STAN ORIGINAL DOCUMENTARY REVEALED: TRAFFICKED PREMIERES THIS SUNDAY MARCH 12, ONLY ON STAN.
Drawing on the incredible 60 Minutes story first reported by journalist Nick McKenzie, Trafficked,
directed by award-winning documentary filmmaker Sascha Ettinger-Epstein, is a raw, gritty observational documentary exposing what is one of Australia’s largest human trafficking operations. The documentary challenges the government to take action on a largely under-reported crime that is rife in Australia.
The Stan Original Documentary Revealed: Trafficked premieres March 12, only on Stan.
THE SEASON FINALE FOR THE STAN ORIGINAL SERIES POKER FACE IS NOW STREAMING, ONLY ON STAN.
Every episode of the star-studded, smash hit first season of the Stan Original Series Poker Face is now streaming, only on Stan. Directed by Rian Johnson (Knives Out) and starring Natasha Lyonne (Orange is the New Black), the finale of the critically acclaimed whodunit is now streaming, marking the end of Charlie Cale’s (Lyonne) mystery-of-the-week adventure for this season. The series has already been renewed for season two prior to its season one finale.
Every episode of the Stan Original Series Poker Face is now streaming, only on Stan.
WATCH THE TEASER FOR FROM SEASON 2
From the executive producers of Lost, and starring Harold Perrineau (Romeo + Juliet, The Matrix Reloaded) and Eion Bailey (Ray Donovan, Once Upon A Time), the haunting thriller From returns for a highly anticipated season two. This season, hidden truths about the nature and terrifying origins of the town begin to emerge, meanwhile the lives of the town’s residents are plunged into further chaos with the arrival of even more mysterious newcomers.
The brand new season of From premieres April 24, same day as the U.S. and only on Stan.
WATCH THE TRAILER FOR BLINDSPOTTING SEASON 2
Starring Emmy® Award winner Jasmine Cephas Jones (Monsters and Men) and Academy Award®-winner Helen Hunt (As Good As It Gets, Cast Away), the heart-warming comedy drama Blindspotting returns for season two. This season picks up nine months after Ashley (Jones) and Miles’s (Rafael Casal, Bad Education) prison nuptials, where Ashley is doing backflips to try and raise their son on her own. She begins to reach her breaking point, taking it out on everyone else around her.
The brand new season of Blindspotting premieres April 14, same day as the U.S. and only on Stan.
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