Ramadan has been a yearly tradition for families to get together and share stories. It is also a time to catch up with the latest shows you’ve been meaning to binge-watch. Streaming services have plenty of offerings for TV shows for you to watch, and we’ve curated some of the best ones you should see with your family.

From the latest releases, including The Last Bus on Netflix and Theodosia on OSN+, there are also popular shows such as The Flash and Young Sheldon, all seasons of which are now streaming on Starz Play. 

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The best way of course to enjoy these shows is on the new BenQ GV30 (opens in new tab) portable projector. This compact projector can be easily set up anywhere in your home in seconds, and the built-in battery pack and 270-degree sound output design makes for a truly immersive viewing experience. You can enjoy up to 100″ projected screen size, along with the diverse built-in streaming apps that come with Android TV 9.0. 

We’ve handpicked shows from all the streaming services, but you can also check out our individual guides to OSN, Netflix, Starz Play, Amazon Prime and Apple TV+ as well. 

So gather around with your friends and family this Ramadan and enjoy some great TV together with these shows. 

The Last Bus

A group of mismatched students find themselves in the middle of a robot apocalypse that has wiped out most of humanity. Filled with action and adventure, the students soon realise that the only family is each other, and they must work together to survive.

The Last Bus is now streaming on Netflix

Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous

This animated spin-off of the popular franchise centres on a group of kids visiting Camp Cretaceous on Isla Nublar. As dinosaurs start to break out, the young campers are forced to stay together and venture around the island to stay alive and look for a way out.

Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous is now streaming on Netflix


Set in the early 1900s, Theodosia tells the story of Theo as she tries to fight a mysterious society that wants to destroy the entire world using dark magic. As she sets out for battle, she enlists the help of her brother Henry and her friends Will and Safiya, who happens to be an Egyptian Princess.

Theodosia is now streaming on OSN+

Around the World in 80 Days

This retelling of the classic Jules Verne novel stars David Tennant as adventurer Phileas Fogg. In the series, Fogg makes a wager of £20,000, claiming that he can go around the world in 80 days. Joined by his valet and a journalist, they all go head out on an adventure filled with action and humour.

Around the World in 80 Days is now streaming on OSN+

Where’s Waldo

Based on the popular children’s puzzle books, this series features main characters Waldo and Wenda, who are masters at problem-solving. With the help of a known international wizard society, the two must stop a globetrotter named Odlulu, who wants to use magic to wreak havoc amongst everyone.

Where’s Waldo is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video

Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny

Set years after the third movie, the series finds Po training four panda kids that accidentally absorb the chi of four mighty Kung Fu warriors. Realising their potential to be saviours from an impending threat, Po decides to teach the kids how to use their newfound Kung Fu powers.

Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video

The Flash

Now on its eighth season, this series follows the adventures of Barry Allen, a seemingly ordinary man that gained super-human speed after being exposed to a particle accelerator. Defending Central City as The Flash, Barry faces off with other metahumans that seek to destroy his home and meet other heroes that aid him on his missions.

The Flash is now streaming on Starz Play

Young Sheldon

Go back to the early days of Sheldon Cooper. Set years before The Big Bang Theory, we see a young Sheldon growing up in a small Texas town with his family. A bona fide genius, he struggles to fit into this world, where everyone doesn’t know how to deal with his unique intellect.

Young Sheldon is now streaming on Starz Play

Harriet, the Spy

This adaptation of the iconic children’s novel brings to life the adventures of Harriet M. Welsch, voiced by Beanie Feldstein and joined by Jane Lynch as Ole Golly. The story follows the 11-year-old Harriet as she tries to be a good writer, which will require her to try out her spying skills on people.

Harriet the Spy is now streaming on Apple TV+

Amazing Stories

This modern take on the famed 1985 series takes the same anthology setup that Steven Spielberg also produces. The six-episode season features different stories from different visionary directors that continue the wonder started by the original.

Amazing Stories is now streaming on Apple TV+

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