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Streaming Services in Australia

We all love our streaming services because they spare us from having to check the TV guide to find out what’s on TV. Netflix, Disney Plus (including its new Star section), Amazon Prime Video and more – they’re all amazing ways to take your life back, break loose from the TV guide and watch what you want, when you want. Around the world, streaming has become the prime way of watching TV for millions of people. What you and your family watch at your house is now entirely up to you and it’s easy to max out on things to watch before you know it.

Whether you’re looking for top movies, comedy, family shows or just a day-long Friends binge (including the much celebrated Friends: The Reunion), you’ll find it somewhere in Australia’s massive world of streaming goodness.

The good news is that we’ve made it fast and easy to find the shows and movies you want to watch, whether they’re on BINGE, Amazon Prime Video, Disney Plus or on services like ABC iView, the Seven network’s 7Plus and others.

We’ve collected info about all the best movies and shows available to watch via streaming, so you can quickly find out which service has the TV series or movies you’re wanting to watch. It’s truly the best way to find out where to watch a TV show or movie in Australia and find out which streaming service has it – and it’s not always Netflix or Amazon Prime!

What Can I Watch On These Streaming Services?

Our streaming search engine covers Australia’s biggest streaming services, giving you access to thousands of the best movies, shows, stuff for the kids, online events, live TV and more. Select one of the providers below to find out what’s streaming right now on their platforms in Australia.

Below you can check out the latest hits on each streaming service:

  • What’s On Netflix?
  • What’s On Stan?
  • What’s On BINGE?
  • What’s On Amazon Prime?
  • What’s On Disney Plus?
  • What’s On hayu?
  • What’s On Foxtel Now?
  • What’s On Telstra TV Box Office?
  • What’s On Ten All Access?

The Best Movies And TV Shows By Genre

With so much content spread over countless different services, it’s hard to narrow down one streaming service as having the best of any content. Netflix does fantastic originals, but then again so does Amazon Prime Video, BINGE and Foxtel have HBO but Disney has well… everything.

The Best Comedy Titles

If you have a comedy in mind for the library search engine, then go right ahead, but if you need a little more direction then here’s a list of the best comedy streaming right now.

BarryLove and Monsters
DaveI Care a Lot
Friends: The ReunionMade For Love
Curb Your EnthusiasmSchitt’s Creek
AtlantaThe Office
Palm SpringsParks and Recreation
Coming 2 AmericaSeinfeld
Borat 2

The Best Drama Titles

If you have a comedy in mind for the library search engine, then go right ahead, but if you need a little more direction then here’s a list of the best comedy streaming right now.

The SopranosTrial of the Chicago 7
Game of ThronesDr. Death
Better Call SaulCity on a Hill
WatchmenThe Sound of Metal
WestworldYour Honor
Mare of EasttownEuphoria
ThemThe Flight Attendant

The Best Action Titles

Regardless of if you like some laughs or some feelings, you like the blood pumping. If that’s the case then our best action picks are going to be right up your alley. Check out some of the heartstopping, adrenaline-filled action below.

TenetWilly’s Wonderland
UnhingedThe Boys
Zack Snyder’s Justice LeagueThe Bad Batch
ExtractionQueen of the South
Space SweepersInvincible
Black WidowUmbrella Academy
Tom Clancy’s Without RemorseThe Mandalorian

Best Streaming TV Plans And Offers

Australia is one of the best places in the world for streaming TV, with an estimated 15 million people having access to paid streaming services – well over half the entire population.

As a result, we’re well served by three tiers of streaming – the big paid services like Netflix, the niche ones such as hayu, and the services provided by TV networks. Netflix may be the biggest service on the block, but we’re also got Foxtel Now, BINGE, Amazon Prime Video and Disney Plus (including Star) providing Disney Movies and TV shows. Movie fans also have MUBI and Kanopy, and of course there’s the TV network services providing live news, life and food shows and more – even sport, from horse racing to football!

More services are on the way, too, with HBO Max rumoured to be on its way with its award-winning movies and TV, and Paramount+ set to launch in a few months.

Streaming TV & Movies Plans

All Access
  • 14 day free trial
  • All Access
  • No Lock-in Contract
  • Get access to more than 20 global & local news sources
  • Stream on 1 screen, HD quality, live & on demand
  • $8/mth
Min Cost - $8/month after 14 day free trial

Monthly Subscription
  • 14-day free trial
  • Monthly Subscription
  • No Lock-in Contract
  • 1000+ award-winning docos online
  • New titles added every week
  • $6.99/mth
$6.99/month after 14-day free trial

  • New customers: 7-day free trial
  • 3 mos free when you buy an eligible Apple device
  • Monthly
  • No Lock-in Contract
  • 4K HDR included
  • Up to 6 simultaneous streams
  • $7.99/mth
Min Cost - $7.99 over 1 month

  • Free 14 day trial
  • Basic
  • No Lock-in Contract
  • SD or HD, stream on two devices
  • Watch Live NRL, AFL, Super Rugby + more
  • $25/mth
$25/month after 14 days free trial; no lock-in contracts.

  • Free 14 day trial
  • Basic
  • No Lock-in Contract
  • Stream in SD on a single device
  • 10,000+ hrs of the best shows
  • $10/mth
Min Cost - $10/month after 14 days free trial

Essentials pack
  • 10 day free trial
  • Essentials pack
  • No Lock-in Contract
  • 25+ channels: Lifestyle, Drama, Comedy, Entertainment & more
  • $25/mth
Min Cost - $25 over 1 month

Pay Per View
  • No Subscription Fee
  • Pay Per View
  • No Lock-in Contract
  • Latest releases from the cinema
  • Huge library of movies & tv shows
  • $/ days
$/ days
You can only purchase TV shows, not rent them.
Min Cost - Depending on title

  • Monthly
  • No Lock-in Contract
  • Stream in HD on up to four devices
  • Downloads on up to 10 devices
  • $11.99/mth
Min Cost - $11.99 over 1 month

Monthly Subscription
  • 14-day free trial
  • Monthly Subscription
  • No Lock-in Contract
  • New docos added weekly
  • Watch on your TV with Chromecast and AirPlay
  • $7.99/mth
$7.99/month after 14-day free trial

Monthly Subscription
  • 30-day free trial
  • Monthly Subscription
  • No Lock-in Contract
  • Titles available in 4K
  • Use 3 screens at the same time
  • $6.99/mth
$6.99/month after 30 days free trial

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Other Streaming Services

Believe it or not, there are still more streaming services. Some of these platforms don’t require a subscription, some are services we use every day and some are made specifically for one group of people who want to watch particular movies and TV shows.

Free To Air Streaming TV Services

The popular broadcast streaming services – SBS On Demand, ABC iView, 9Now, 7Plus and 10Play are also included, with their huge range of free-to-stream content often not available anywhere else. You can check our what’s streaming this week for further information.

  • ABC iView
  • 9Now
  • SBS On Demand
  • 7 Plus
  • FreeView PlusWhat’s On Ten
  • 10Play

Niche Streaming TV Services In Australia

Coming in behind all the big streaming names like Netflix, there are also a whole bunch of niche streaming services which specialise in content ranging from arthouse movies to life and style to 24/7 news or reality TV (house renovations or housewives, the choice is yours!) Our video review explains a few in detail and provides examples of the TV shows, movies and sport you might be after.

Frequently Asked Questions About Streaming TV

How Do You Stream to Your TV?

If you’ve got a recent model TV, it’s almost certainly what’s known as a “smart TV” – in other words, it can download and run apps. The most popular apps for smart TVs are those for streaming services, and that’s because it’s easy to just sit back and load up the app for your favourite service and start watching. But smart TV support for each streaming service varies, so if you’re watching a lot of it, the better option is to buy a dedicated streaming device like Telstra TV or Apple TV, or get a low-cost device called a Chromecast so you can send streaming TV to your screen from a phone or tablet app.

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