Even though there’s Netflix in our lives and Foxtel in our lounge rooms, free-to-air TV still delivers some great content. Here’s a selection of ten shows we think you should check out on air on catch-up.
Missed a few instalments of your favourite show? Channel Ten has your back. The network’s app, Tenplay, allows you to catch up with recent episodes completely free.
Channel 9’s catch-up app, 9Now, is slick, clean, and very user-friendly. Even better, it gives you the chance to catch up with some of your favourite shows completely free.
In a world ruled by streaming services, many people tend to forget that free-to-air channels are still offering quality shows. Channel 7, for instance, has a wide range of addictive shows available to stream – including popular titles like 800 Words and Home and Away.
There are plenty of quality shows on Foxtel Now – from the TV phenomenon that is Game of Thrones to hidden and underrated gems like Insecure.
Looking for the next great show to stream on Netflix? You’re lucky. The streaming giant has an ever-expanding library at your disposal. Here are a few highlights.
The streaming services offered by the free-to-air networks used to offer just basic catch-up TV. These days, these apps are slick, smart and give you the chance to watch a ton of content for free. Content you can enjoy on your phone, tablet, or even on your TV for no extra charge.
Before you sign on, take a quick online tour of the ten most popular shows and movies on streaming service Stan TV.
We all use the Internet every day, but not everyone thinks about the fact that you’re far less private online than you are at home. Here’s some ways to keep your private info away from prying eyes.
Boasting a range of original shows and movies you can’t get anywhere else – and a promotional monthly price so cheap it makes the competition seem like a luxury – Amazon Prime Video is a bargain. We compare it to the big-name competition.
Foxtel Now arrives on Sony’s Playstation 4 console with a huge upgrade that not only includes a bunch of new features, but also adds streaming of Foxtel’s live channels in full high definition – and at the lowest monthly price ever.
After a long drought, during which the rest of the world was almost drowning in streaming movie options, Australia is finally getting to splash around with some of the Video on demand services which have cascaded into the country over the last couple of years.
Is it possible to choose between Netflix and Stan? How do their libraries stack up? How's the service quality? What about their rates? How easy are they to use? Are there any features that put one ahead of the other? Read on to find out how these two excellent services compare!
With the launch of Netflix and Foxtel Play in Australia, the online streaming competition is heavier than ever. Discover the differences between Netflix here and Foxtel Play!
The eagerly-awaited seventh season of Game of Thrones arrives on Foxtel in July, but you can watch every episode online as it airs, completely legally. We show you how to get your weekly Westeros online with Foxtel Now!
Streaming your favourite movies and TV shows through Netflix, Stan and others has become a favourite way to consume TV. But what if you want to watch them on your big-screen TV, but aren’t quite sure how to do it? Fear not, it’s easy!
The launch of Foxtel Now was eagerly anticipated by those who love Foxtel content. With HD streaming and Chromecast support, the service is quickly positioning itself as a worthy competition for Netflix, with one important addition: live TV. So which to choose between the two? Let's take a look at each service's pros and cons.
Foxtel Play was a huge success with customers, but had its limitations. The newly-launched Foxtel Now, though, shakes things up with HD support on multiple devices, a revamped user experience and high definition on-demand content.
Foxtel Now, formerly Foxtel Play, has a bunch of new or improved features that will likely appeal to new and veteran subscribers alike. But will it be a hit or miss? Read on to find out.
Building on the Foxtel Play foundation but taking things to the next level with support for full HD, Chromecast, web browsers, and multiple devices on the way, Foxtel Now is a real upgrade of a long-standing brand. So what’s changed? Read on to find out!
With many hundreds of movies to pick from, we’ve chosen ten of the best ones currently available on Foxtel Play and Foxtel Go’s on-demand Anytime library.
Discover which streaming video device gives the best access to Australian users..
A no-nonsense feature by feature review of Foxtel Play vs Fetch TV to help you decide which is the better option for your current entertainment needs.
Stan and Foxtel Play are two homegrown streaming platforms that cover different needs. If live TV is what you’re after, Foxtel Play is the better choice. If binge-watching is more your thing, you can’t go wrong with Stan. We take a look at both services to help you choose the one that best suits your needs.
With Presto shutting down at the end of January next year, Foxtel Play is stepping in to take its place as something different – an on-demand streaming service that’s based around access to live premium TV channels.
We're going to come right out and say it. When we started writing this comparison, it seemed a little unfair. After all, we already know that Foxtel is the dominant force in Australian Pay TV entertainment. It has dozens of premium channels and exclusive coverage of some of the best sporting events in the world. Freeview is... free?
Fetch TV combines Free-To-Air & Subscription TV channels, Catch Up TV, PVR, and a Movie & TV rental service.
Roku makes its long awaited debut in Australia under the rebadged Telstra TV. Does it deliver? Find out in our full review.
Freshly relaunched with better pricing and more flexible channel packs, Foxtel Play is looking like a real challenger to Netflix, Stan and even Fetch TV. So how does it stack up compared to those services in the new age of TV delivered via broadband and on-demand?
The NRL season is underway, now is the time to make sure you don’t miss any more of the action!
Even though the Australian digital marketplace is opening up quickly, exclusive deals (where some titles are only available on some platforms for a period of time) are still part of the scene. So how do you choose which services are right for you?
With 21 years’ experience in covering international sports of all persuasions, Fox Sports is the must-have source for the world’s sporting action.
After three years of streaming Foxtel at a similar price point to the home-installed service, Foxtel Play is revitalising its packages with incredibly good value pricing and flexible packs that make bring premium TV channels to the online world at a Netflix-style price.
Out of the huge library of movies available on Presto, we’ve nominated ten that make for a great night in.
Providing security, privacy and the handy bonus of being able to pretend you’re anywhere in the world, the VPN is gaining popularity. How does it compare to “smart DNS” proxy services?
We’ve delved into the vast pool of content on Netflix to find ten of the best TV shows currently available on the service – and there’s some great ones!
We delve into the enormous Netflix Australia catalogue and pick ten of the best films that you can stream on the service right now.
Let’s face it, nothing brings the house together quite like having something good to watch. With the Foxtel EOFY Sale, you can watch Game of Thrones Season 6 FREE for 2 months!
A year after adding TV to their lineup, Presto’s got some great shows on offer that you really should be watching. We take a look at the ten that we thoroughly recommend.
iiNet TV and Optus TV both offer a Fetch extension that subscribers can use to get access to a large selection of unlimited films per month. Since the providers offer the same Fetch connection, it’s important to compare the compatibility and availability specifics for each provider to make an informed decision.
Filling the reality TV gap in the established streaming services’ lineups is new arrival Hayu, which will focus exclusively on the genre. We take a look at what fans of reality TV might expect from the newcomer.
Streaming TV has become the most popular way of catching up with your favourite movies and shows - so which ones are at the top of the heap in Australia?
Veteran streaming service Quickflix and newcomer Presto share access to some of the same premium content – so which one gives you more bang for your buck?
With a big year of sport and entertainment coming up, which deal offers the best value for those who want to get hooked up with Foxtel? We provide some answers.
Presto’s offering free mobile data, while Stan’s offering you movies with subtitles; which free trial is the winner?
There’s no more paying for channels you don’t want when you make use of Foxtel’s flexible channel packs to build yourself a Foxtel that’s personalised especially for you.
It’s honestly eye-opening how much new content is opened up by breaking down those geoblocking walls, and UnblockUS is an easy, reliable and very affordable solution, highly recommended for everyone who loves their Netflix and is hungry for more.
With all the media coverage that the Government’s hastily-passed site-blocking legislation’s been getting over the past few days, you could be forgiven for thinking that we were in the middle of a national piracy crisis.
Both the Playstation and XBOX stores are now chock full of entertainment goodness that rival dedicated media boxes such as the Apple TV while also replacing your ageing Blu-ray/DVD player in the process. So which new-generation console is the better media streaming option, PS4 or XBOX ONE? We unveil the results!
Since 2003, Quickflix has delivered movies and TV shows through disc rental and streaming to Australian subscribers. Now that Netflix is available, the question is: how do the two services compare? Join us as we take a look through the pros and cons.
Now we truly live in the age of Subscription Video On Demand (SVOD), with several providers offering low cost monthly subscriptions to instantly access a huge library of TV and Movie titles. Let us help you to choose the best SVOD for you!
Surprisingly, there are a number of bizarre and interesting facts about Netflix you might not know about. So, do you want to know more about the streaming giant? If so, read on, as this article highlights 10 interesting Netflix facts which will surely leave you stunned.
Netflix has just launched in Australia, so you definitely might be wondering whether you should sign up. Is it actually as great as you’ve heard? If you are still unsure about joining Netflix, the 10 reasons mentioned in this article will certainly help you make a decision.
With over 140,000 subscribers, Quickflix is one of Australia’s leading video streaming and DVD rental services. In this article, we will be highlighting the various benefits you can gain by using this service, which will (hopefully) help you make a more informed decision.
Wow! Is it just us or is it starting to get a bit crowded in here? In a few short years, Australia has gone from being the desert continent of streaming video on demand, to a thriving marketplace where almost every player has thrown their hat into the ring, rolled up their sleeves, and is ready to get down and dirty in the battle for entertainment dominance.
With revamped hardware and a brand new software experience to go along with it, the new Apple TV is more of a reboot than an annual refresh. You can still use the Apple TV to AirPlay content from your iDevices and play movies and tv shows purchased from iTunes on your television. But now with a built-in App store, Siri Remote and beefier horsepower onboard, you can do much, much more.
Chromecast, Google’s small digital media player is an inexpensive, small, very easy to set up, reliable and useful device. It’s […]