The long wait is over, Westworld fans! The critically acclaimed show’s second season will be ready for streaming in Foxtel Now this April 23 and the cliffhanger finale of the first season will hopefully find resolution in the show’s much-awaited Season 2. If you’re not signed up yet and HBO dramas are your thing for entertainment via profound rumination, go get Foxtel Now’s Drama pack for only $15 per month.
Aside from the best shows HBO has to offer, Foxtel Now’s Drama pack also features binge-worthy series from the BBC, other shows from the US, and of course, Foxtel Now originals. You’ll get started right, too, since you get a 2-week free trial with access to all packs.
This includes the Lifestyle, Docos, and the Kids packs at $10 per month. The Drama and Pop packs come at $15 each month while there are two premium packs you can include in your subscription – the Movies pack at $20 per month and the Sports pack at $29.
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Foxtel Now’s Drama Pack will also include new shows you can binge on starting April – including Westworld’s second season, BBC One’s Gunpowder starring Game of Thrones actor Kit Harington and Hollywood gem Liv Tyler, and Bliss. Foxtel Now also delivers Suits’ newest second half of the seventh season bringing fans once again to the tumultuous lives of Harvey Specter and Mike Ross as they deal with the world’s crazy.
Foxtel Now houses the best selection of sports and entertainment content with no lock-in contract so that you can cancel anytime you want – no attachments, no pressures, just pure entertainment.
The Foxtel Now drama pack also consists of other attention-grabbing shows with the likes of the AMC’s The Walking Dead, Strike Back, Mosaic, Call the Midwife, and Scandal, among others. HBO’s newest TV lineup The Deuce (starring James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal) is also a must-see. Plus, catch up on the award-winning miniseries The Night Of to see Riz Ahmed’s riveting performance and dwell in the insanity of family life laced with intrigue and dark secrets in another HBO masterpiece, Big Little Lies.
The Drama Pack is $15/month, and there’s no Promo Code required to register. You just need to create a Foxtel Now account, select the Drama pack, and start watching amazing content right there and then.
What to watch in April
The second season of HBO’s Westworld will be available for streaming on April 23 while Suits’ 7th season will be available for viewing starting March 29. This will also be Rachel Zane’s final season (played by Meghan Markle) as a result of Markle’s engagement to Prince Harry.
Westworld’s second season returns on April 23, as well as some new and returning series you don’t want to miss. The list includes Suits, The Deuce, Gunpowder, and more!
Besides the Westworld, there are some other great series to catch up with in April. Here are our top picks.
Suits Season 7B
With only six episodes remaining as the long-running drama series wraps its season 7 finale, fans will see how on-screen couple Rachel (Meghan Markle) and Mike (Patrick J Adams) will exit the show. There have been rumors of a wedding and Suits creator Aaron Korsh went on to confirm that. The 2-hour season finale will definitely be filled with tearjerker moments as fans will (hopefully) finally get to see their favorite couple get hitched once and for all. We’ll also get to see how the series prepares for its eight season with the departure of two major characters.
|March 29||Drama||Suits||Universal Channel|
The Deuce Season 1
Set in the early 1970s, this new HBO series follows twin brothers Vincent and Frankie (both played by James Franco) as they become fronts for the Mafia as the drug epidemic worsens. Certain changes during this period resulted to the legalization of the porn industry with Maggie Gyllenhaal’s character Candy, a business-minded Times Square prostitute, being drawn to the flourising possibilities of pornography’s booming trade.
|Now Showing||Drama||The Deuce||showcase|
Kit Harington stars in this three-part drama series as lead character Robert Catesby, a Catholic nobleman. After a tragedy strikes his family, Catesby becomes obsessed with vengeance as he creates a plot to kill King James I when he sits in the houses of Parliament. He conspires with other men who share the same indignation against the government, including the infamous Guy Fawkes.
|Coming Soon||Drama||Gunpowder||BBC First|
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Sign up and enjoy the perks
Ready for an exciting month of amazing Foxtel content? With so many new and returning series becoming available, it’s the perfect time to try Foxtel Now for yourself. Sign up for a one month free trial and enjoy everything Foxtel has to offer.