The much awaited Foxtel original series, Picnic At Hanging Rock, will finally drop on May 6 — with all six episodes from season 1 made available On Demand, a first for Foxtel. Don’t miss out on this iconic reimagining of the classic novel, starring Natalie Dormer, and get Foxtel Now’s Drama pack for only $15 per month.
Now would be a great time to sign up for Foxtel Now’s Drama pack, as they make TV binge history by dropping the complete season of an original series all at the same time. Yes, you’ve read that right. All six episodes from this highly acclaimed Foxtel original series will be made available come May 6th on Foxtel Now — and you can have access to this via their 2-week free trial with access to all packs as well.
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.
You need to subscribe to at least one of the starter packs in order to sign up for the premium pack. For two weeks, you will have access to all these packs. After the trial period ends, you will only be charged for your selected packs.
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Foxtel Now’s Drama Pack will also include new shows you can binge on starting May – including Westworld’s second season, BBC One’s Gunpowder starring Game of Thrones actor Kit Harington and Hollywood gem Liv Tyler, and The 100. You can also watch Shonda Rhimes’ new drama series, For The People, which follows six talented, young lawyers working on the opposite sides of the law and handling the most high-profile and high-stakes federal cases in the country.
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 Fear The Walking Dead, A Place to Call Home, Legion, Wentworth, and The Gifted, among others. 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 May
Mark your calendars for the premiere of Picnic At Hanging Rock happening on Sunday, May 6 at 8:30PM AEST. Meanwhile, the second season of HBO’s Westworld is currently underway with new episodes every Monday, and new episodes from season 1 of For The People drops every Thursday and every Monday for Gunpowder.
All six episodes of Picnic At Hanging Rock will be available on Foxtel Now come May 6th, and you won’t want to miss some new and returning series as well. The list includes Westworld, For The People, Gunpowder, and more!
Besides the Picnic At Hanging Rock, there are some other great series to catch up with in May. Here are our top picks.
Westworld Season 2
A sci-fi thriller that keeps audiences guessing, Westworld takes place in a fictional Wild West-themed amusement park run by android hosts, which caters to the rich elite who want to indulge in their fantasies no matter how illicit they may be. While little is known about the much awaited second season, viewers can at least expect a whole lot more twists and turns — and hopefully some answers from the questions left from season 1. Starring Evan Rachel Woods, James Marsden, and Thandie Newton.
For The People Season 1
Shonda Rhimes’ new drama, For The People, centres on the lives of six young and talented lawyers working on the opposite sides of the law as they handle the most high-profile and high-stakes federal cases in the country. All these lawyers will put to the test in this rather unique coming-of-age story, both personally and professionally, as their lives intersect and paths interweave in and out of America’s most prestigious trial court. Starring Britt Robertson, Ben Rappaport, and Wesam Keesh.
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BBC First’s Gunpowder stars Kit Harington as lead character Robert Catesby, a Catholic nobleman, in this three-part mini series. 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.
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Subscription to the Drama pack will give you access to Showcase, Universal Channel, and BBC First for award-winning and top-rated drama shows.
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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.