Stan News

  • December Streaming Highlights on Stan: No Activity and The Last O.G.

    Stan recently announced what’s coming in December, and the list is likely to please binge-watchers from all across the country.
  • Comedy Series starring Jim Carrey Premieres Exclusively on Stan

    As part of Stan’s exclusive content deal with Showtime, Kidding joins shows such as Billions and I’m Dying Up Here to premiere exclusively on Stan in 2018. So what’s the big deal, you might ask? It stars the one and only Jim Carrey.
  • Streaming Service Stan has Hilarious New Ad - Have you Seen it?

    Stan recently launched a (hilarious) new ad campaign which includes releasing a promo video set to the famous 80’s track “Hungry Eyes.” . And while you might not be tempted to slide under a bathroom stall to see what Stan is all about, you might want to trial the service, especially since it’s rolling out a new original series in August.
  • Netflix and Stan Announce July Price Increase

    In July, Netflix’s prices have gone up by 20% at the highest tier. Meanwhile, Stan introduced a new subscription model and now offers titles at the $10 price point in SD only.
  • Stan brings subscribers shows in 4K ultra high definition

    Streaming service Stan offers a premium plan which comes with shows available in 4K Ultra High Definition. The list of shows includes Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul, Power, and Transparent.
  • Stan to offer offline viewing starting March

    Following into Netflix’s footsteps, Stan is set to introduce a huge slate of downloadable content in March. Furthermore, Stan also promises that a select number of shows will be streaming in 4K resolution from April.
  • Stan Is Now Available on XBOX One

    Stan and Microsoft Australia announced that the subscription video-on-demand service is now available on Xbox One, providing unlimited access to Australia’s largest library of SVOD content and an all-in-one entertainment experience.
  • Virgin Mobile Presto promo vs Stan TV Free trial: Which offers more?

    Presto’s offering free mobile data, while Stan’s offering you movies with subtitles; which free trial is the winner?
  • Stan Will Be Available on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4

    Subscription video-on-demand service Stan is set to launch on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 on Thursday October 8th. To add to the excitement the partnership means the streaming service will be available to PlayStation owners just as the highly anticipated exclusive premiere of Ash vs Evil Dead launches on Stan on October 31.
  • Stan to Stream all Episodes of Friends, iZombie, The West Wing, and More

    Stan and Warner Bros. International Television Distribution announced an exclusive multi-year licensing agreement that will add hundreds of hours of content to the streaming service – including five first-run TV shows, blockbuster movies, popular catalogue titles and the entire 10 seasons of Friends.
  • Stan Partners with Screen Queensland for Original Movie

    After finishing up production on its first original series, No Activity, Stan is now ready to produce an movie. The streaming service partnered up with Screen Queensland to develop and finance a feature film that will premiere exclusively on the SVOD platform.
  • Sherlock Special to Premiere Exclusively on Stan

    The Sherlock special, the next instalment of global TV sensation Sherlock, will premiere exclusively on the subscription video-on-demand service Stan.
  • Australians Really Dig Streaming Services, New Research Shows

    Uptake of subscription video on demand (SVOD) services delivered over the Internet has skyrocketed in Australia, with two million active subscriptions recorded at the end of June 2015, according to new research by Telsyte.
  • Stan is Bringing UnREAL Down Under. We’re Psyched!

    Stan just announced via social media that it’s bringing the fresh US series UnREAL to Australia. The show gives a fictitious behind-the-scenes glimpse into the chaos surrounding the production of a dating competition program. Season one of the provocative drama debuted last month to great reviews, so we’re eager to tune in.
  • Streaming Wars: Netflix Takes the Lead with Impressive Numbers

    According to the first major consumer survey since Netflix launched in Australia at the end of March, more than a million Australians have access to the streaming service. That is more than ten times the number of subscribers of its nearest rival, Presto.