Whats on 10 All Access – TV Show Top 10 Highlights
Looking to binge-watch new shows? How about checking out classic favourites like The Good Wife or hit reality series like The Bachelor? Whichever it is, Channel Ten has your back. The network’s first-ever pay streaming service, Ten All Access, gives you access to the best of Network 10 and CBS — and we have a few suggestions for what you should tune in to see this month.
Network Ten’s player in the Aussie streaming game definitely packs a whole lot of punch by combining the best and most favourite shows from the channel, plus those from CBS in the US. You can easily access all shows on a variety of mobile devices and best of all, it comes with a free trial offer.
Your Guide to The Best Content Available on Ten All Access
You can easily get a taste of what Ten All Access has to offer with a 1-month Ten All Access free trial offer that instantly gives you access to all the shows, plus live news, commercial-free. These shows include originals plus classic hits, and new shows even way before they premiere on Network 10.
This month, we recommend an enjoyable mix of shows from highly acclaimed drama to award-winning reality TV series. And without further ado, here are the 10 All Access streaming highlights worth checking out this month.
Now on its sixteenth season, NCIS is one of the longest-running police procedural shows in the US. It revolves around a team of special agents from the Naval Crime Investigative Service, whose main job is to investigate crimes that involves the Marine Corps and the U.S. Navy. Led by Leroy Jethro Gibbs, the team goes in whenever there’s a crime involving a Navy or Marine personnel.
2. The Good Fight
The spin-off and sequel to The Good Wife, The Good Fight is CBS All Access’ first ever original scripted series that follows the story of Diane Lockhart, after she finds herself forced out of Lockhart, Deckler, Gussman, Lee, Lyman, Gilbert-Lurie, Kagan, Tannebaum, & Associates because of a scandalous financial scam that involves her goddaughter. Catch up on the two seasons before the third season premieres this month.
Hailed as one of the best shows ever on television, Survivor has definitely earned its recognitiion given that they’re already on their 38th season. Hosted by Jeff Probst, a group of strangers compete to win the ultimate battle of skills, wit, and survival for a million dollars. The 38th season, Survivor: Edge of Extinction, features both new and returning players.
4. The Bachelor Australia
It’s another season of endless romantic dates and nerve-wracking rose ceremonies. The Bachelor Australia is back with its seventh season — this time featuring 32-year-old Astrophysicist from Melbourne, Matt Agnew. This season will see 28 women vying for his attention and his love, in what promises to be another rollercoaster ride that will hopefully end in a walk down the aisle — or even just a real relationship. Catch new episodes from The Bachelor Australia season 7 on Network Ten and catch up with Ten All Access.
5. Hawaii Five-O
Another favourite American police procedural show is Hawaii Five-O. This remake of the series from the 60s and 70s also follows the story of an elite police task force set up to fight major crimes based in Hawaii. Although the show has gone through several casting changes, it’s maintained its recognition and praise for its modern take on the original series, thanks to several crossovers they’ve had with other crime shows.
6. Tell Me A Story
Based on the Mexican television series, Erase una vez, Tell Me A Story is an American psychological thriller on CBS All Access. It puts a twisted spin on the world’s most beloved fairy tales including The Three Little Pigs, Little Red Riding Hood, and Hansel and Gretel — turning it into a subversive story of greed, love, loss, revenge, and even murder.
7. Man With A Plan
A sitcom starring ‘Friends’ very own Matt Le Blanc, Man With A Plan follows the story of an old-school dad who finds himself taking on more parenting responsibilities of his three children after his wife goes back to work. It’s a fun family comedy series that’s as rambunctious as it gets.
8. The Late Late Show With James Corden
The Late Late Show with James Corden is the fourth iteration of The Late Late Show. James Corden take on late-night hosting has resulted to a string of memorable skits including Carpool Karaoke and Crosswalk the Musical, which features a whole lot of A-list celebrity guests.
A reboot of the beloved classic series of the same name, MacGyver centers around an operative of a secret U.S. government organization who uses his extensive knowledge and wide range of skills to solve problems and save lives. Catch Mac saving the day just by using paper clips instead of pistols, and gum instead of guns.
An American fantasy drama, Charmed revolves around three sisters known as ‘The Charmed Ones’, the most powerful good witches of all time. Each sister possesses a unique power and they use the “Power of Three” to protect innocent lives as they fight evil beings such as demons and warlocks. Another bonus is that you can also stream the ‘Charmed’ reboot on Ten All Access as well!
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