What's On Foxtel - The TV Shows & Movies to Watch
What are the Best TV Shows on Foxtel?
If you’re looking for the biggest names in TV at the moment, you’ll want to be watching Foxtel. Australia’s premier TV provider for the past two decades, Foxtel brings together the best television from across Australia and around the world – including premium drama you can’t see anywhere else, blockbuster and classic movies, the best premium live sport and much more. With dozens of channels packed with entertainment, docos, comedy and kids’ shows, there’s always something to watch.
Foxtel is also the home of Australia’s first and only TV channels broadcast in 4K Ultra HD. Foxtel’s huge range of channels and shows is all brought together on the advanced iQ4 set top box, which lets you stream your favourite shows and movies on demand (including every episode of Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead and more) as well as recording hundreds of hours of TV to watch later. If you love your TV, you’ll love your Foxtel!
Some of the must-see shows you can watch or stream right now on Foxtel include:
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With Foxtel, there’s never any shortage of high-quality TV to keep you entertained – and thanks to exclusive channels like FOX Showcase and FOX8 you can catch some of the hottest shows around, exclusive to Foxtel. Watch them as they go to air – often at the same time as the US – or stream them on demand whenever you like on your iQ4 box! You can also stream on the go at no extra cost, instantly available as soon as you’re signed up by using the Foxtel Go app!
During the 1970s a battle line was drawn in the USA between staunch conservatives and liberals over many women’s rights, including marital rape and abortion. The heavily conservative view was led by Phyllis Schlafly (played by Blanchett), an anti-feminist, campaigner and devout Christian who believed women should know their place. This intriguing series is not only a hard-hitting reminder of the divisions within America at the time, but also inspiration years later, as inequality continues to thwart cultures around the world.
When Ruby and Billy were lovers at college they made a pact. If either of them text the word “run”, and the other replied with the same word, they would drop everything they were doing in their lives and meet at Grand Central Station to travel across the United States! Well, 17 years after that pact, it is finally being put to the test, and what unfolds is a wonderfully clever, at times very odd series of events that will have binge watchers happily glued to their TV screens.