What To Watch On Foxtel Now
Foxtel Now is a great way to watch a personalised version of Foxtel content without being tied into a long term pay TV contract. The platform delivers both live and on-demand TV from a range of Foxtel’s most popular channels. Here are some of the most watched shows on offer this month.
1. Raised By Wolves
This sci-fi narrative focuses on two androids who are tasked with raising human children on a mysterious, distant planet. But as they grow older, the new colony develops differences in both politics and religion. The androids slowly realise that trying to control the beliefs of the human race is a monumental task, and fear they will eventually lose control. Read More.
2. Doom Patrol
Crazy Jane, Elast-Girl, Negative Man and Robotman are set to return to our screens in the second season of Doom Patrol. This series is a far cry from some of the lighter DC shows of late and explores a darker, more physiological side of the famous comic book franchise. Read More.
3. DC’s Stargirl
DC’s new teen superhero drama series arrives on our screens this month, from the producer of Batman v Superman. It’s set a decade after the Justice Society of America were obliterated by the ISA, and follows Courtney Whitmore as she rallies together a new generation of DC superheroes. Read More.
4. Gogglebox Australia S12
Gogglebox continues to deliver that mix of reality TV and normal TV that’s unlike any other show. The concept of watching people watch the telly, whilst you do the same thing, appeared to be a rather bizarre concept at first, however, the format has become successful with Australian audiences. Read More.
Season 8 of Wentworth will pick up straight after the events of that shocking finale to Season 7. Not only was the siege a bit of a blood bath, but we also saw the tantalising return of Joan “The Freak” Ferguson, which has had everyone itching for new episodes. Read More.
6. Perry Mason
HBO’s latest big hitter has arrived in the shape of Perry Mason, a name many of us are familiar with thanks to author Erle Stanley Gardner. Although the screen and novel versions of Perry are much more different than you would expect, they do have one thing in common – an unwavering commitment to justice. Read More.
7. I’ll Be Gone In The Dark
HBO has stepped into the crime genre in style with the disturbing docuseries – I’ll Be Gone In The Dark. It chronicles the horrifying story of the Golden State Killer, a violent predator who terrorised California during the 70s and 80s. Read More
It’s easy to say, Anne Trenchard and Caroline, Countess of Brockenhurst both come from different backgrounds, sitting respectively within the lower and higher ranks of London’s social pyramid. But an event years earlier, involving their children, means that they are actually a lot closer than they think. It turns out that their children were actually in love, and even had a son together before their premature deaths. Read More.
9. Modern Family
The sign of a great show is often reflected in its longevity, and the fact that Modern Family has been around for 11 years says it all. A play on the mockumentary genre made famous by shows such as The Office and Parks and Recreation, it is a laugh-a-minute spin on life in the wealthy Los Angeles suburbs. Read More.
10. I Know This Much Is True
Based on the best selling Wally Lamb novel of the same name, this HBO miniseries looks set to get Mark Ruffalo a few gongs come awards season. It’s a heartbreaking tale of twin brothers, one of which is dealing with troubling episodes of paranoid schizophrenia. Read More.
How Foxtel Now Works
oxtel Now gives you instant, easy access to the biggest shows from the US and UK, as well as original Australian productions you can’t find anywhere else. The sheer amount of content available is excellent, with channels including Fox Showcase (the exclusive home of HBO’s acclaimed shows), BBC First, FOX8, Arena and more ready to stream whenever and wherever you like. It costs just $25 per month to get started with the Pop and Lifestyle channel packs (which include some of Foxtel’s most watched channels, including Showcase and FOX8).
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Foxtel Now Mobile Device List
The following are the list of compatible mobile and internet connected devices for which you can stream Foxtel Nox whether at home or on the go, with new apps and devices being added as they become available.
Devices supported on Foxtel Now
– Foxtel Now Box: Yes
– Sony Android TV: Yes – OS 7.0 and above
– iOS Mobiles/Tablets: Yes – Via Foxtel Go app (iPhone 4s or above, iPad 2 or above – using iOS 9.35 or above)
– Android Mobiles/Tablets: Yes – Via native app (Lollipop 5.0 or above)
– PC/Mac: Yes – Web browser only (Google Chrome and Safari)
– Google Chromecast: Yes – Via casting
– Apple TV: Yes – Via AirPlay
– Telstra TV: Yes – All models
– PlayStation 4: Yes – All models (Foxtel Play on PlayStation 3)
– Samsung, LG Smart TVs: Yes – 2017 models and above
– Shield TV: Yes – All models