TV Reviews

Who has the best shows or the best service? We go in depth to find out
  • Foxtel Now Review: Streaming TV plus 2 Weeks Free

    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 Review — Discover A World of Premium TV Live and On Demand

    If TV entertainment is your thing, Foxtel is probably the biggest player on the scene, with its corporate fingers in every pie from IPTV to satellite broadcast media, and cornering exclusive content from the US, the UK, and elsewhere.
  • SBS On Demand Review

    Whether you’re interested in news, the arts, art-house movies, UK drama, or cutting-edge Australian comedies, dramas and documentaries, there’s going to be something on SBS on Demand to grab your attention.
  • Netflix Review

    It's been years since the good ship Netflix first left its home port in the USA, find out how far it's come!
  • Tenplay Streaming App Review

    The Ten Network’s offering in the catch-up department is Tenplay, which they’ve set up as a bit more than just a catch-up site; every show has a destination page even if it’s currently not on the air.
  • 9Now Live Stream Review

    Nine Network’s approach to catch-up TV is to keep things clean, clear and simple, with the focus being squarely on the shows themselves rather than the fan and viewer activity surrounding them.
  • ABC iView Streaming Review

    The ABC’s New Media department delivered, with iView, something many people never knew they needed until they gave it a try. Its massive success was surprising even to the ABC, who has managed to expand and enhance it over the years despite an extremely limited budget.
  • hayu Review – Reality TV Gets Serious!

    Now live in Australia at an unusually low subscription price of $5.99 per month, NBC Universal’s reality-only streaming service Hayu is perfect for fans of the genre.
  • Kayo Sports Streaming Review – Will it Score with Australian fans?

    Backed by the experts behind Fox Sports, Kayo Sports finally opens its doors to avid sports viewers looking to get their fill of non-stop sport streaming. But is it worth your monthly subscription? Let's find out.
  • Amazon Prime Video Australia Review – Are you Ready for Prime Time?

    Still running as a “soft launch” streaming service, Prime Video has been adding content and apps steadily since launch – but is it ready for prime time yet? We take a look at Amazon’s flagship streaming service as it continues to quietly set itself up for a full-scale launch.
  • Foxtel NBN Broadband Review: Be Entertained At Blazing Speeds!

    Foxtel NBN Broadband bundles up the best in premium entertainment and sport, with the fastest broadband currently available, for a one-stop entertainment solution..
  • Foxtel Broadband Review: Delivering Quality and Affordability?

    Looking to combine entertainment with a well-priced broadband plans? Foxtel’s broadband bundles deliver speedy internet with traditional on-screen entertainment.
  • Amazon Prime Music – Can You Beat Free?

    Don't want to pay for premium music? Amazon gives Prime members a free access through their Amazon Prime Music service.
  • Apple Music Australia Review

    Boasting over 50 million tracks, including exclusive songs and albums from the hottest artists today, Apple Music definitely knows how to appeal to true music aficionados. But is it the right streaming service for you? Check out our review and sign up to their 3-month free trial now!
  • Telstra TV Roku Box Review: Features and User Ratings

    Roku makes its long awaited debut in Australia under the rebadged Telstra TV. Does it deliver? Find out in our full review.

TV Offers

Cheapest way to get Foxtel
on the Foxtel from Telstra Entertainment plan with 2 genres of content and a set-top box included.
$29/mth
12mth contract
Telstra Thanks Thursday - watch new releases for only $3 each!
on the BigPond Movies plan with 8 genres of content
$/ days
No contract
14 Day Free Trial
on the Kayo Sports Basic plan with 1 genres of content
$25/mth
No contract
30 day free trial
on the hayu plan with 3 genres of content
$6.99/mth
No contract
30-day free trial
on the Amazon Prime Video plan with 7 genres of content
$4.99/mth
No contract
Enjoy 24/7 Premier League
on the Fetch Special interest - Optus Sport Pack plan with 2 genres of content
$14.99/mth
Contract varies
All the channels (60) included in the Kids, Knowledge, Vibe and Variety Packs
on the Fetch TV Ultimate Pack plan with 10 genres of content
$20/mth
Contract varies
Cheapest way to get Foxtel
on the Foxtel from Telstra Entertainment + Movies plan with 3 genres of content and a set-top box included.
$30/mth
12mth contract