Homecoming is a new psychological thriller starring Julia Roberts, based on a series of podcasts by Eli Horowitz and Micah Bloomberg. It follows the story of Heidi Bergman, a social worker hired to work in a transitional support centre for former soldiers.
Homecoming Season 1 TV Preview
When an agent comes to interview Heidi about her work in the Homecoming government facility, she is horrified to learn that the soldiers she thought she was helping were being held involuntarily. This makes her ultimately question exactly what her role was, and why the psychologically unstable men were being imprisoned?
Heidi has since started a new life working as a waitress, but this new discovery takes her back to her old one. Will she ever really find the truth?
Starring Roberts, (Erin Brockovich), Shea Whigham (Broadwalk Empire), Stephen James (Shots Fired), and Bobby Cannavale as Colin Belfast, the much anticipated Homecoming TV series has arrived in Australia and using the information in this guide you won’t have to miss a key moment.
Where to Watch or Stream Homecoming
Homecoming season 1 is currently available on Amazon Prime where it originated. In an effort to expand the reach of this popular show it will now also be available on Telstra TV Box Office starting from early November, 2019. Telstra TV Box Office is home to the most recent blockbusters straight from the cinema, as well as up-to-date episodes of the hottest shows on TV right now, which includes Empire and Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan.
To access Telstra TV Box Office all you need is an internet connection. Each episode is available to watch in either standard or high definition. If you have Telstra TV Box Office account, you can access many films and TV Shows on demand, including Homecoming. If you don’t, simply sign up via their site, it’s completely free. There is also a Telstra Box Office app for android devices, which you can download at Google Play.
To start streaming from a browser, simply head to the Telstra TV Box Office website and select TV Shows and search for Homecoming. You can buy each episode for only $2.99 or get the whole season for $17.99. You can stream Homecoming Season 1 on PCs/Macs, mobile devices, a number of Smart TVs, and of course, on the brand new Telstra TV 3.
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Homecoming Season 1 Episode Listing
All 10 episodes of Homecoming Season 1 are available now on Telstra TV Box Office. There is no Homecoming free to air coverage in Australia, it is exclusively available on Telstra TV Box Office and Amazon Prime. Here are a list of the episodes available
|S1 Episode 1||26 minutes||Telstra TV Box Office|
|S1 Episode 2||27 minutes||Telstra TV Box Office|
|S1 Episode 3||33 minutes||Telstra TV Box Office|
|S1 Episode 4||31 minutes||Telstra TV Box Office|
|S1 Episode 5||30 minutes||Telstra TV Box Office|
|S1 Episode 6||32 minutes||Telstra TV Box Office|
|S1 Episode 7||24 minutes||Telstra TV Box Office|
|S1 Episode 8||31 minutes||Telstra TV Box Office|
|S1 Episode 9||33 minutes||Telstra TV Box Office|
|S1 Episode 10||37 minutes||Telstra TV Box Office|
Homecoming Mobile Device List
The following are the list of compatible mobile and internet connected devices for which you can stream Homecoming, with new apps and devices being added as they become available.
|Telstra TV||Yes||Available on all models|
|Android Devices||Yes||Via native app (Android 4.4 and above)|
|iOS Devices||Yes||Via native app (iOS 9 and above)|
|PC/Mac||Yes||Web browser only (latest Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox or other major browsers with Flash installed)|
|Select Smart TVs||Yes||Panasonic 2016 and later, LG 2016 and later, Samsung 2016 and later|
Must See TV for fans of Homecoming
Homecoming season 1 has 10 episodes that will leave you wanting for more. Once you’ve caught them all you may wish to get your teeth into something in the same vein, so we’ve made a few suggestions below.
Now in its fifth and final season, Baller stars Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as Spencer Strasmore, a former NFL star who has his sights set on changing the sport forever. The series tackles some pressing topics that are dividing the game stateside, such as white ownership, handling wealth and player welfare.
Empire (Telstra TV)
This story of life in the big bad world of the music business is now into its sixth season. It follows the story of Lucious, an industry tycoon who is now a fugitive on the run from the authorities. He faces some serious challenges if he wants to keep control of Empire, his record label, with several wannabe suitors waiting take control of his throne.
Years And Years (Telstra TV)
This dystopian series from the BBC is split across six episodes that can be both hilarious and completely surreal. It stars Emma Thompson as Vivienne Rook, a celebrity that has risen to the heights of politics, whose opinions seemingly divide the nation. Fans of Black Mirror and Humans will find Years And Years compelling to watch.