What To Watch and Stream on TV This Week in Australia


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What’s on TV this week in Australia?

There’s no shortage of excellent TV content available each and every week to Australians! Between your favourite streaming providers and free to air channels, there’s never been so much choice, whether you prefer to watch and stream live or on demand. Here are a few recommendations from us:

Find Out What’s On Each Streaming TV Provider

Top Picks on Streaming TV in Australia

Foxtel: Perry Mason

Monday at 8.30pm on Fox SHOWCASE

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.. Watch free for 10 days with Foxtel Now.

Foxtel Now: Modern Family

On Demand with Foxtel Now

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. Watch every season of Modern Family with Foxtel Now’s 10 day trial.

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BINGE: Snowfall

Seasons 1-3 available now on BINGE

Set in Los Angeles in 1983, all three seasons of Snowfall delve into the first crack epidemic in the US and its impact on its poorer communities. The series is based on a range of characters whose lives are touched by the evils of the drug, from young dealer Franklin Saint to Teddy McDonald, a member of the CIA trying to bring the big bosses down. Watch Snowfall free for 14 days with BINGE.

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Stream a huge selection of new and classic TV shows, movies, and documentaries from the likes of HBO, BBC, FX, Cartoon Network and many more…

Netflix: Unsolved Mysteries

From July 1st on Netflix

The famous docuseries, Unsolved Mysteries, originally ran between 1987-2010 looking at real life stories that involved everything from unexplainable disappearances to paranormal activity. Netflix has decided to give the show a reboot across 12 brand new episodes from the creators of the original series. Watch new episodes from July 1st on Netflix.

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Stan: Outcry

Available to watch now on Stan

Outcry is a five-part docuseries that explores the extraordinary story of high school football player Greg Kelley, a young man accused of sexually abusing a young boy. After Kelley is sentenced to 25 years in prison with no parole, big questions are raised about the grounds of his conviction and a quest to overturn it begins.

Top Picks on Free to Air

ABC: Rosehaven

Wedneday 9.00pm

Rosehaven

Eight brand-new episodes of hit Aussie comedy Rosehaven are set to hit ABC, taking us back into the cut-throat world of the regional property market, with McCallum Real estate set to face a big test from some stiff competition. And there is also some other pretty big news – Emma is getting a bunny!

Ten: The Living Room

Friday at 7:30pm on Ten

The Living Room

The 11th season of the smash hit Logie award-winning lifestyle show – The Living Room – is set to land. Whether it’s the tweaking interiors, travelling, pet advice or tips on great cooking, Amanda, Barry, Chris and Miguel are on hand with a fresh batch of uplifting, inspiring stories accompanied by plenty of laughter.

Ten: Have You Been Paying Attention? 

Monday 8.30pm

Have You Been Paying Attention?

Host Tom Gleisner and permanent contestants Sam Pang and Ed Kavalee bring us the eighth season of Have You Been Paying Attention, one of Australia’s most successful panel shows. Expect plenty of giggles as guests put a comedic spin on current affairs. New episodes are available every Monday from 8.30pm on Ten.

Nine: The Voice

Sunday 7.00pm

The Judges have whittled the contestants down for the Showdown, where 20 wannabe singers will battle it out for a place in the semi-finals. Guy Sebastian, Delta Goodrem, Boy George and Kelly Rowland each have five singers battling out to become 2020 champion, all hoping to repeat the feats of Karise Eden and Harrison Craig, by hitting number one in the ARIA album charts.

SBS: Where Are You Really From?

Tuesday at 9:30pm on SBS

Where are you really from?

Comedian Michael Hing presents the third season of Where Are You Really From? This docuseries, celebrating the multi-cultural aspects of Australian society, is made all the more poignant due to recent global events. It also highlights our nation’s part in accepted thousands of refugees in need of a place to call home – after genocides and civil wars led them to flee their respective countries.

Best Sporting Events Live This Week

Live Sport This Week on Kayo

Live sport has now returned to Kayo after the Coronavirus outbreak, alongside reruns of some of the biggest sporting moments of years gone by, to really whet the appetite of Aussie sports fans.

Foxtel / Kayo: NRL

NRL

The NRL season is in full-swing again in Australia with the ladder looking very close, much to the delight of league fans around the country. Every game of every round will be broadcast live on Foxtel and Kayo, with no ad-breaks during play.

LIVE: Sun Jul 12th, 4.05pm – Knights vs Eels

LIVE: Sun Jul 12th, 6.30pm – Dragons vs Sea Eagles

Foxtel / Kayo: AFL

AFL

The AFL is back, as Australia’s sporting landscape leads the way in the world of live sport, much to the delight of fans east and west. Every match of every round will be broadcast live on Foxtel and Kayo, with no ad-breaks during play.

LIVE: Fri June 12th, 7.50pm – Geelong Cats vs Hawthorn

LIVE: Sat July 13th, 1.45pm – Brisbane Lions vs Fremantle

Foxtel / Kayo: Super Rugby

Super Rugby

Super Rugby returns in AU, alongside its NZ counterparts so that two competitions will run simultaneously. Watch as the best teams from both countries play in their respective, five team leagues. Watch Super Rugby live and in HD with Foxtel and Kayo.

LIVE: Sat Jul 11th, 5.05pm – Crusaders vs Blues

LIVE: Sat Jul 11th, 7.15pm – Waratahs vs Force

Foxtel / Kayo: Formula 1

Formula 1

When F1 was cancelled on the grid at Alber Park in March, many wondered if we would see F1 again in 2020. The great news is that it is back, in the green hills of Austria, with a second consecutive weekend at the Red Bull Ring. Watch the Formula 1 live and in HD with Foxtel and Kayo.

LIVE: 10-12 July on Foxtel and Kayo

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Other Special Deals on Offer for Streaming TV

Still looking for more shows to stream? Check out these special offers from other streaming providers, which you can avail of right now to get access to their extensive library of the hottest shows, sport, and movies available on demand.

Streaming TV & Movies Plans

Basic
  • New customers: 14 day free trial
  • No Lock-in Contract
  • Watch on 2 devices concurrently
  • Watch Live NRL, AFL, Super Rugby + more
$25/mth
$25/month after 14 days free trial; no lock-in contracts.

Basic
  • New customers: 14 day free trial
  • No Lock-in Contract
  • Stream in SD on a single device
  • 10,000+ hrs of the best shows
$10/mth
Min Cost - $10/month after 14 days free trial

Essentials pack
  • No Lock-in Contract
  • 25+ channels: Lifestyle, Drama, Comedy, Entertainment & more
  • 20+ channels of premium drama, kids, & documentaries
$25/mth
Min Cost - $25 over 1 month

Pay Per View
  • No Subscription Fee
  • No Lock-in Contract
  • Latest releases from the cinema
  • Huge library of movies & tv shows
$/ days
You can only purchase TV shows, not rent them.
Min Cost - Depending on title

Monthly Subscription
  • 30-day free trial
  • No Lock-in Contract
  • New docos added weekly
  • Watch on your TV with Chromecast and AirPlay
$6.95/mth
$6.95/month after 30 days free trial

Last audited 07 July 2020