With the launch of Disney+ in the country this week, Australians now have yet another choice when it comes to streaming movies and TV shows at home and on the go.
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Believe the hype - Disney Plus is a bona fide Netflix killer. Boasting thousands of individual titles (much more than expected), premium features at entry-level pricing and some the world's most popular IP, it is set to shake up the local streaming market in a big way.
We've been playing around with the platform since yesterday and so far we're mightily impressed. Here are ten things we love about the service (and a couple of things we don't.)
Here is your Netflix binge-list for the week, fresh from the Australian servers! This week's highlights include new episodes of zombie series Z Nation, the supernatural thriller Mortel, a holiday-themed series of Nailed It!, High Seas Season 2 and three new documentaries.
Read on for everything coming to the service for the week of November 18 to November 24.
But that's not all. In addition to all of the above, there are smaller, more niche services like Hayu, 10 All Access and YouTube Premium - all of which contain original programming you can't watch anywhere else.
After two long years cast adrift in the wilderness, Rick And Morty fanatics finally have a new season to sink their teeth into. This week, the cult animated sitcom officially returns to U.S. cable channel Adult Swim... but what about Down Under? Here are all the ways you can stream Rick And Morty Season 4 in Australia.
There's a new phishing scam targeting Australian Netflix customers - and it's incredibly easy to be fooled by it. The highly convincing email requests users to update their payment information via a link to an official looking website. Whatever you do, do not click that link. Here's what you need to know.
The latest film from celebrated Hollywood director Martin Scorcese, The Irishman, is on the way but not without a generous sprinkling of controversy. The Netflix-produced mafia drama is being released in cinemas before it hits Netflix on 27 November for an exclusive streaming run, but theatre companies are boycotting the film across the globe, including in Australia. Here's where you can still watch it.
Here is your Netflix binge-list for the week, fresh from the Australian servers! This week's highlights include The End of the F***ing World: Season 2, new episodes of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, Nazi documentary The Devil Next Door and a handful of third-party movies.
Read on for everything coming to the service for the week of November 4 to November 10.
It's time to upgrade your binge list: here's a list of everything new to Netflix Australia. Netflix is adding a bumper crop of content this month, with more than 100 new movies and TV shows to sink your teeth into. This includes a genuine Oscar contender in the form of The Irishman - a star-studded crime epic from genius filmmaker Martin Scorsese. We reckon that's going to be worth the monthly subscription fee alone. Here's everything new to Netflix in November, 2019.
November is nearly here and that means a bunch of new content will soon be available for you to feast your eyes on. From returning favourites to Christmas movies to hate-watch, there's bound to be something for everyone no matter your preferences across Netflix, Foxtel, Stan and Amazon. Here's what you need to look out for.
Disney+, the newest and cheapest major streaming service, gives you less bang for your buck than Netflix, Stan and Prime Video. Reelgood, the site that sorts through all your streaming services, calculated how many shows and movies each service offers, in a report provided to Lifehacker.
Since Netflix's arrival in Australia, a lot has changed. It's helped to coin the overused term 'Netflix and chill' and it's allowed many of us to see the true nature of our stingy familiars. But the streaming giant might finally be doing something about your freeloading friends and family who enjoy the benefits of your subscription without sending you a cent.
Have you ever attempted to re-watch a favourite movie or TV show on Netflix only to discover the title has mysteriously disappeared from the menu? You're not alone. Each month, Netflix quietly removes hundreds of hours of content across all genres and categories.
Just last week, the company deleted over 200 movies and TV shows. We now have an explanation as to why this keeps happening, direct from the horse's mouth. (Not, not Bojack Horseman. A PR person.)