Don’t miss Jesse Pinkman’s return in El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie and stream instantly with Netflix’s 30 day free trial. Also catch up on all 5 seasons of Breaking Bad with Telstra TV Box Office.
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Picking up from that jaw-dropping series finale of Breaking Bad, El Camino finds Jesse Pinkman trying to pursue freedom after he escapes his captors, leaving a dying Walter White behind to be found by the cops. Jesse, one of Mexico’s finest meth makers, will not only try to run away from his captors, but also from the law and his past. Make sure to tune in when El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie drops on Netflix on October 11.
How to Watch El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie in Australia
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie will be available through a limited number of providers in Australia. You won’t find this movie special on Australian free to air TV, so we highly recommend checking out the variety of streaming options available to catch this limited release movie, or even binge-watch all episodes of the highly acclaimed Breaking Bad series. Find out how and where you can stream El Camino online in Australia below.
Stream El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie Live with Netflix Australia
Only on Netflix Australia will you find this movie special based on the hit series Breaking Bad. There are a couple unique ways in which you can subscribe to Netflix to watch this show, as well as other Netflix favourites such as Stranger Things and GLOW. You can choose to subscribe directly to Netflix or make it a part of your existing Telstra subscription. Each provider comes with their own additional perks and terms, and all you’ll need to do is choose from where you’ll want to get your dose of Netflix from.
If you are already an existing Telstra personal postpaid customer you are eligible to add a brand new Netflix subscription to your service. Unfortunately this offer is not available to any other Telstra customers, furthermore, if you already have a Netflix subscription, you’re out of luck. Of course, the classic 30 day free trial is still available for new subscribers, meaning you can still save a bit of money before you decide to subscribe ongoing. Best of all, you can stream all your favourite shows and movies on Netflix across a wide range of devices below:
|Foxtel Now box||No||N/A|
|Sony Android TV||Yes||2015 models and above|
|iOS Mobiles/Tablets||Yes||Via native app (iPhone 4s or above, iPad 2 or above – using iOS9 or above)|
|Android Mobiles/ Tablets||Yes||Via native app (Jellybean 4.1 and above)|
|PC/Mac||Yes||Web browser only (Chrome for PC; Chrome & Safari for Mac)|
|Google Chromecast||Yes||Via casting (only on Multiroom service)|
|Apple TV||Yes||Via AirPlay (only on Multiroom service|
|Telstra V||No||All models|
|Smart TVs||Yes||Via casting only (only on Multiroom service)|
|Gaming consoles (PS4, Xbox One, etc)||No||Legacy Foxtel Play app only|
Get Your Netflix Fix Free for 30 Days with Telstra
Stream all your favourite Netflix shows and movies and do without the hassle of a separate payment. Simply add it to your existing Telstra bill and kick it all off with a 30-day free trial.
Catch Up on Breaking Bad Online Telstra TV Box Office
The long awaited special movie, which sees the return of Jesse Pinkman to the screen, will be available to stream on Netflix this month. Since the movie picks up exactly where the series finale left off, it would be great to catch up on all episodes from seasons 1 to 5 to get you up to speed. Best way to do it is by streaming these past episodes with Telstra TV Box Office.
To start watching on Telstra TV Box Office, simply log in using your Telstra ID credentials or create a new one to buy each episode or full seasons of Breaking Bad. You can stream each past episode of Breaking Bad for only $2.99, or choose to get full seasons for $14.99 each.