Not subscribed to Foxtel Now yet? November is the perfect month to give the streaming platform a go. Beside the return of beloved lifestyle show The Great British Bake Off, you can also watch new seasons on Shameless and The Exorcist, as well as treat your kids to Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Sports Awards 2017. What really caught our eye, however, is the docos line-up, which features a couple of amazing documentary series you don’t want to miss.
Foxtel Now is ideal for those who are keen on watching Foxtel, but don’t want to be tied down on a contract or get a traditional cable package. Instead, you watch your favourite channels over the internet live and can catch-up with content on demand anytime. You can pause or cancel your subscription whenever you want, giving you the freedom and flexibility to customise your entertainment experience to the max.
Foxtel Now offers five base channel packs – Kids, Docos, Lifestyle, Pop, and Drama. The first three cost $10/month each, with Drama and Pop priced at $15/month each or $25/month as a combo with a special discount. Besides, there are also two premium channel packs, Movies and Sports. You can get them if you already have a base pack as part of your Foxtel Now subscription. Movies is $20/month, Sports $29/month. Even better, there’s a two-week free trial service to see what the service is all about, no strings attached.
Foxtel Now November Deals
This month, Foxtel Now is offering subscribers some pretty amazing content. On the drama front, Shameless Season 8 and The Exorcist Season 2 are set to premiere, with popular series like Outlander and The Walking Dead still airing episodes weekly. If you’re a Lifestyle enthusiast, November marks the premiere of The Great Australian Cookbook, as well as The Great British Bake Off Season 8. Moreover, The 2017 American Music Awards will air live on FOX8 and kids can tune in to see Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Sports Awards 2017 on November 20.
However, this month is really special for docos fans. Tune in to see new series The Great War on HISTORY, which explores how World War I changed America and the world. Drawing on the latest scholarship, including unpublished diaries, memoirs and letters, The Great War tells the rich and complex story of the conflict through the voices of nurses, journalists, aviators and the American troops who came to be known as “doughboys.”
Furthermore, there’s no Promo Code required to take advantage of this great Foxtel Now offer. Simply create a Foxtel Now account, select the Docos pack, and start enjoying amazing content for only $10/month.
What to watch in November
The Great War will air Saturdays at 9:30pm AEDT from November 11 until November 25. The series explores the costs and challenges of bringing America into World War I and the ways the war transformed every aspect of American life through the experiences of African-American and Latino soldiers, suffragists, Native American “code talkers,” and others whose participation in the war to “make the world safe for democracy” has been largely forgotten. If you’re a WWI buff, this is a must-see.
Besides The Great War, there are a few other interesting docos you might want to catch. Here are out top picks.
The Long Road Home
November 7 on National Geographic
Based on Martha Raddatz’s bestseller, The Long Road Home chronicles the events of April 4th, 2004, when a platoon was ambushed in Sadr City, Baghdad, in an attack that came to be known as Black Sunday. Tune in November 7 on National Geographic.
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LAWLESS: The Real Bushrangers
Tuesdays on HISTORY
Australian colonial history is full of stories of violent murders and gun toting mayhem, foundation tales of those that make and break the law. From the birth of the Ned Kelly legend to the violent death of Ben Hall, these pivotal events are often shrouded in mystery and folklore. Find out more Tuesdays on HISTORY.
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Court Justice: Sydney
Available On Demand
The twelve magistrates that preside at Sydney’s Downing Centre handle over 30,000 cases every year; everything from minor traffic offences to major assaults. Go behind the scenes in this groundbreaking documentary series.
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Sign up and enjoy the perks
Ready for an exciting month of amazing Foxtel content? With so many new shows coming your way, now is the perfect time to try Foxtel Now for yourself. Sign up for the free two week trial and enjoy everything Foxtel has to offer.