What To Watch and Stream on TV This Week in Australia


What’s on TV this week in Australia?

Summer is in full swing and there’s a whole load of new shows and sporting events to catch if you’re looking to stay out of the heat! Between your favourite streaming providers and free to air channels, there’s a lo get your teeth into every week whether you to prefer to watch and stream live or on demand. Here are a few recommendations from us:

  • Breeders
  • Dublin Murders
  • Accidental Heroes
  • You Can’t Ask That
  • The Plot Against America
  • Stateless
  • 60 Minutes
  • First Wives Club

So what are you waiting for? Check out our top picks for shows and sport airing this week on free-to-air and on your favourite streaming providers below!

Top Picks on Streaming TV in Australia

Foxtel: Breeders

Saturday at 10.30pm Fox One

Paul and Ally always had the ideal relationship, loved up, perfect jobs, laughter… That was until the kids came along! Now Paul can’t control his rage every time his children make a sound, and his ambitions of becoming a full time writer have stuttered to a halt. Watch free for 10 days with Foxtel Now.

Foxtel: The Plot Against America

Tuesday at 8.30pm on Fox Showcase

This narrative is imagined as an alternative American history, where a former aviation hero has risen to become the President of the United States through his populist policies. But the longer he is in power, the more he seems to be turning the nation towards fascism. Watch free for 10 days with Foxtel Now.

Foxtel: Outlander

Monday at 7.30pm on Fox ONE

In season 5, it’s becoming clear that the American revolution is gaining momentum, and that the Frasers will have to put up a fight to keep their place in the New World, with some dangerous challenges and adventures ahead. Tune in every Monday only on Foxtel

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Formula 1: Drive to Survive: Season 2

New Season available now on Netflix

This documentary gets up close and personal with those involved in F1, from mechanics and team principles to the drivers on the track who risk their lives every time they get out on the road. The first season of this Netflix Original was one of the provider’s biggest success stories of 2019, and these new episodes look set to do the same. Watch season 2 now on Netflix.

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Stan: First Wives Club

Airing now on Stan

Based on the Rober Harling film of the same name, new U.S comedy First Wives Club is set in New York City, and follows the stories of Ari, Bree and Hazel. All three have bonded after going through tough divorces, and ultimately find strength in each other whilst seeking revenge against their former husbands.

Top Picks on Free to Air

ABC: Stateless

Series continues Sunday 8.30pm on ABC


This enthralling new Aussie series from ABC is inspired by real life events. The lives of lady fleeing a cult, a refugee escaping his family, a trapped father and a bureaucrat on the verge of a national scandal are all brought together via an immigrant detention centre. This looks like it could be a real hit for ABC, and stars some Australian acting royalty in the shape of Cate Blanchett. New episodes are available on ABC iView.

Nine: Accidental Heroes

Thursday at 7:30pm


Hosted by Sophie Monk and comedian Nick Cody, this program celebrates some of the funniest moments ever caught on camera, making ordinary everyday people internet viral sensations. Stream episodes now and catch up on 9Now.

SBS: Dublin Murders

Wednesday at 8.30pm

Dublin Murders

Based on the Dublin Murder Squads books by Tana French, this Irish crime drama is perfect for those who love a good old detective story with plenty of intriguing twists. Catch the latest episode this Wednesday at 9.30pm.

Nine: 60 Minutes

Sundays at 8.30pm

60 minutes

60 Minutes is Australia’s leading current affairs programme, with a proven record of excellence over three decades. Join television’s top reporters as they investigate, analyse and uncover the issues affecting all Australians.

ABC: You Can’t Ask That

Wednesday at 9:00pm

You Can't Ask That

The award-winning, proudly homegrown ABC TV series You Can’t Ask That is back for a fifth season. In every episode, we meet a new group of misunderstood or marginalised Australians answering anonymous, online questions. You can also catch up on previous episodes via iView.

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