With so many alternative ways to watch and stream TV in Australia, it can be easy to miss out on the best new series, sports and movies when they land. To make it all a little less daunting we have come up with this monthly What’s On TV guide for your consideration, meaning you stay up to date with must see content. Check out our favourite picks for this month below.
What are the Top TV Shows to Watch and Stream Online Now?
No matter what genre of TV show you’re into, you’ll find plenty to keep you glued to the screen thanks to the vast libraries of series, movies and sports available with Australia’s streaming providers. Instead of waiting around for something good to magically appear on your TV, we’ve listed some of our favourite titles right here:
|Provider||Movie / Show||Info|
|BINGE||Industry||Stream episodes on BINGE||Go to Site|
|Kayo||Big Bash League||Who'll reach the 10th Grand Final February?||Go to Site|
|Foxtel, Foxtel Now||A Discovery Of Witches||Stream episodes on Foxtel Now||Go to Site|
|Netflix||Midnight Sky||Watch on Netflix||Go to Site|
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New on BINGE
If you like long sessions in front of some of the best shows around, then you’ll love Australia’s newest streaming service, BINGE. BINGE is offering a 14 day free trial for new customers and will show all seasons and episodes of shows such as The Undoing, Euphoria, Westworld, Doom Patrol and many, many more… You can stream your favourite shows using compatible mobile devices such select PC and Macs, iOS and Android phones and tablets, Apple and Telstra TV, Google Chromecast, as well as Safari, Firefox, Chrome and Microsoft Edge browsers. BINGE has no lock-in contract or equipment fees, which means you can cancel anytime if you’re no longer using it.
Working in the financial sector, in one of the world’s busiest capitals, may sound like a first-class ticket to the rich list. But what happens when the world falls into an economic crisis? Well, this is the subject of HBO’s new drama, Industry.
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Also Streaming on BINGE
New on Kayo Sports
A streaming platform built from the ground up entirely for streaming live and on-demand sports, Kayo delivers the very best of premium competition from Australia and around the world in crisp full high definition. With over 50 sports available to stream live, an array of innovative features that enhance the streaming experience and a library of extra content including documentaries, Kayo is a must for anyone who loves their sport.
Big Bash League
The Big Bash League is now well underway, with wickets and boundaries galore nearly every day. Who will reach the 10th Grand Final February? Find out by watching every game live now on Kayo
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Streaming on Kayo Sports
New on Foxtel & Foxtel Now
With dozens of channels covering everything from premium drama to a world of movies and an avalanche of sport, Foxtel delivers the best in entertainment. As well as its acclaimed original shows you’ll find the hottest new drama and comedy straight from the US and the UK. You can get access to the world’s best TV and bundle it with your broadband and phone services with Foxtel From Telstra – or alternatively, Foxtel Now offers almost the same lineup of shows delivered via streaming, so you can watch even when you’re out and about.
A Discovery Of Witches
In the much anticipated second season, both Diana and Matthew travel back in time to ancient London looking for the most powerful witch in England, along with a missing magical book. In this famous capital, they encounter spies and subterfuge, along with Matthew’s old friends from the mysterious School of Night.
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Also Streaming on Foxtel and Foxtel Now
New on Stan
Unique to Australia and a vital part of the streaming world for over a million subscribers, Stan brings together some of the most innovative and exciting premium TV from the US, England and around the world – and a massive collection of movies of all kinds, including plenty of Aussie films and world movies. Stan’s exclusive deals with Showtime, Paramount and others make sure there’s plenty of stuff to watch that you can’t get anywhere else.
The 10-part original series centres around Oly, an ambitious and high-achieving teenage girl who falls pregnant. Set in and around an inner-city high school in Sydney, this captivating drama explores the highs and lows of unexpected motherhood.
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Also Streaming on Stan
New on Netflix
The biggest streaming service in the world, Netflix has become a network in its own right, producing dozens of high-quality original TV shows and movies that are all available to stream whenever and wherever you like. As well as their original productions, Netflix has thousands of other shows, movies, and documentaries in a library that’s constantly changing and evolving, so there’s always something new to watch.
Over the course of the final eight episodes, the Eldritch Terrors will descend upon Greendale!
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Also Streaming on Netflix
What Other Streaming TV Services Are There?
There’s plenty of other streaming platforms that have a lot to offer – and more on the way from the likes of Disney and Apple. Never before have viewers had such a vast range of choice in what to watch, or such a high quality range of content to pick from. It’s up to you to take advantage — and since most of the streaming providers in Australia don’t lock customers into long contracts and with the first 30 days free, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t.
Last audited 22 January 2021