What To Watch On BINGE
If you’re a fan of the silver screen then BINGE IS perfect for you, with a huge mix of genres available across one extensive platform. Whether it’s action blockbusters, documentaries or Oscar-winning classics you’re after, they have some of the best titles from the past 40 years – with newbies added every week.
1. Birds Of Prey – And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn
Harley Quinn has now separated from the Joker and joined forces with three new superheroes – Black Canary, Huntress and Renee Montoya. Their mission? To save an innocent you kid from the clutches of a crime lord.
This period drama follows Emma is 1800s England. A young, well-mannered lady with a slightly selfish side, she can’t help but meddle in the love lives of those around her, particularly her friends.
3. Crazy Stupid Love
Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone have appeared together on screen a few times now, most notably in the highly-acclaimed La La Land. But it was Crazy Stupid Love where we really felt that spark of chemistry they effortlessly create when acting alongside one another.
Dr Hannibal Levter is now living in exile in this sequel to Silence Of The Lambs. As he tries to reunite with FBI agent, Clarice Starling, he finds himself at the centre of a revenge attack from a former victim.
5. The Intern
Ben Whittaker (De Niro) is sick of retirement and takes advantage of a senior internship at an online fashion site ran by Jules Ostin (Hathaway). This feel-good comedy tale proves that age is but a number, and that experience is priceless.
6. Taxi Driver
Travis Bickle has returned from a tough time in the Vietnam war and now finds himself struggling with his mental health. He drives a Taxi around New York, exposing him to the city’s darker side, where pimps and prostitutes rule the streets.
7. Bad Education
Dr. Frank Tassone (Hugh Jackman) is the superintendent of Roslyn School District, which controls the goings-on at Roslyn High School. But things start to spiral out of control as Frank’s personal life comes to the fore, and a reporter starts to discover discrepancies in the school’s books.
8. The Invisible Man
Celia’s abusive ex-husband has taken his own life and left her a sizable fortune. As time passes, she realises that she is being hunted by someone she can’t see and questions whether the death of her ex was in fact a hoax.
Jack (Himesh Patel) is a huge Beatles fan. He loves their music and is a dab hand at knocking out the odd tune. One day, when he wakes up, he discovers that he has slipped into a kind of alternative universe. One where everything else is the same, apart from the fact The Beatles seem to have never existed. So he decides to bang out some of their tunes and becomes a superstar in the process!
Whether you’ve never seen Anchorman before, or you’re watching it for the first time, you can pretty much guarantee sidesplitting laughter! Will Ferrell plays Ron Burgendy, a celebrated news reporter (and ultimate 70s cliche) whose position is under threat thanks to a promising, forward-thinking female reporter.
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Eligible devices to use with BINGE
BINGE is available on a vast number of devices to make watching and streaming your favourite shows and movies simpler than ever, in both SD and HD. Check out which devices are available to use with our BINGE device list below.
Devices supported on BINGE
– PC/Mac: Yes – Web browser only (Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Edge); supported on MacOS: 10.12+ & Windows: 10+
– iOS Mobile Devices: Yes – iOS12+ including Apple iPhones/iPads
– Android Mobile Devices: Yes – Android Phone/Tablets OS 7+
– Google Chromecast: Yes – Chromecast Ultra & latest 3rd Generation + (excluding 1st Generation)
– Apple TV: Yes – 4th Gen or higher; tvOS 12+
– Telstra TV: Yes – All models
– Android TV: Yes – OS: V 7.0+ and above
What people are asking about BINGE
BINGE is a one-stop-shop for all the best TV and Movie entertainment broadcast across Foxtel’s wide landscape of channels. The concept is simple – a user-friendly platform where you can watch entire seasons of your favourite series, and well as entire franchises from the world of cinema.
BINGE has a huge library of TV shows, movies and documentaries pulled straight from Foxtel’s extensive pool of content, making it the perfect choice for the whole family. As well as hard-hitting drama such as Mrs America and Westworld, you can also watch award-winning docos from National Geographic and The BBC, as well as the best offerings from Nick Jr and The Cartoon Network.
That depends on what you want to watch and how? If you would like to profit by watching your favourite shows and movies on a mobile device, using as little data as possible, then BINGE is ideal. With BINGE you also have the option to cancel your monthly subscription at any time. The benefits of Foxtel includes access to all of Foxtel’s content (Sports, Music, Kids, Entertainment), in full 4K HD with IQ4 Box, but you will need to sign up long term.
BINGE has an Android TV app that works easily with most Sony TVs. However, due to ongoing development, there is no app for Samsung TV yet, but one is on the way. Apps for both iOS and Android tablets and phones let you take BINGE on the go, and you can also Chromecast from those apps to either a stand-alone or built-in Chromecast device.
BINGE easily holds its own when compared to the wealth of alternative streaming options available today. Their TV series alone really pack a punch, with some of the best shows from the past 20 years including The Sopranos, Sex And The City and The Wire. Add to that modern classics such as Euphoria, Chernobyl and The Walking Dead and it’s easy to see why BINGE is at least on an even keel with the likes of Netflix and Amazon. BINGE is also home to the biggest HBO shows coming straight from the US which is a huge pull for TV fans.
All three monthly payment plans for BINGE, along with their free two-week trial, are available with Telstra. This means that you can easily add BINGE to your Telstra plan so that everything is paid in one, easy place. A Basic plan costs only $10/month which one user can use at any given time, with content streamed in standard definition. A Standard Plan costs $14/month (watch on two screens at once) whilst a Premium Plan will set you back $18/month (four screens at once), and both have SD and HD options.