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.
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Australia's streaming market is about to get a whole lot more crowded. While each service isn't that expensive individually, once you bundle up all the options, it gets completely ridiculous. For anyone wanting a piece of all the exclusive content, that's very bad news.
In the interest of public service journalism, we decided to crunch the numbers for you to better understand what the future of streaming is going to cost you. (Spoiler: It's a lot.)
The Primetime Emmy Awards are a chore to sit through - who wants to watch overpaid actors indulge in three hours of narcissistic back-slapping and tedious speeches punctuated with occasional, highly cliched political grandstanding? Fire the whole thing into the sun, that's what we say.
On the other hand, the results do provide a handy shortlist of all the shows you haven't got around to watching yet. Here are the winners from the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards - and where you can watch them in Australia.
Netflix Australia is about to enter one of its worst dry spells since launch. In September 2019, the service is only adding three new original movies (none of which look like much cop.) With the possible exception of The Politician, there aren't any big 'tent-pole' style series to get excited about either.
In fact, Netflix's biggest release of the month is probably the widely-panned Aquaman which nobody should watch under any circumstances. Our advice? Unsubscribe for one month and check out some of Netflix's rivals instead.
With an ever-increasing number of streaming services available in Australia, it's becoming harder (at least, more time-consuming) to figure out where a movie or television series is streaming from. Add to that, content is a revolving door with licences expiring and new ones beginning. Luckily for us, there's a site that tells you where to find your favourite new-release movie or show.
We've been speculating for some time what might happen to Stan's library when Disney+ rolls into Australia. In 2018, Stan and Disney struck an epic content deal to screen Disney and Marvel content, removing it from Netflix's streaming service. But with the news of Disney+'s release in November and Stan's new signing with Paramount Television, this is what a Stan library might look like post-Disney.
Disney has revealed the Australian launch date for its new streaming service, Disney+ - and it's coming much sooner than we all predicted. It will be available this November and it's bound to shake up Australia's streaming scene in a big way with Disney likely scrounging for all its content from the various streaming services, like Stan, Foxtel and Netflix, already hosting its content. Here's everything you need to know, including how much it will cost Aussie subscribers.
As we predicted last week, Disney looks to be teaming up with Aussie streaming service Stan to offer a Disney+ bundle similar to its Hulu/ESPN+ offer in the US. Here's what we know.
Disney's upcoming streaming service, Disney+, is set to be a huge game changer - how could it not be? We're talking about the world's largest entertainment conglomerate entering the increasingly crowded foray of streaming. For existing subscribers, the smart solution is to bundle packages together. Here's how that could work in Australia.
There's a healthy selection of crime dramas out there to keep you occupied but some crime buffs will binge series after series until there's practically nothing left. Once I finished Mind Hunter, I scoured the internet searching for anything to satiate my crime-drama thirst and came up with enough to keep the light going.
I get what it's like when you finish a series and you want something similar to fill the void, so here's some we've rounded up for you in case you're looking for a crime fix.
It's a brand new month which means fresh content just in time for winter's last hurrah. There's everything from juicy dramas, stitch-inducing comedies and action-packed thrillers so you'll be spoiled for choice from Stan, Netflix and Foxtel when it comes to picking something to sink into your couch for.
With the rise of streaming services offering scores of content for affordable prices, the expensive cable TV services, like Foxtel, have struggled to find new ways to keep up. As more long-time customers realise they can get more for less with other services, Foxtel has resorted to offering huge discounts to keep existing customers. So, here's how you can score yourself a full package for under $50.
We all know just how tough keeping up the factory line of television shows can be so there's a good chance you've missed some of the best shows to be released this year. To make things easier, we've collated a list of some of the highest rated shows (according to trust pals, Rotten Tomatoes and IMDb) released this year and where you can watch them in Australia
Another month passes and the big streaming platforms continue to try and outdo each other as they strive to add to the number of eyeballs fixed on their offerings. For those following regular series, there are lots of ongoing shows but also some interesting movies and documentaries. Here's what the four main streaming platforms have on offer for the month.
With Disney now owning the largest library of content in the world through a series of deals and acquisitions, the company has put together all the building blocks it needs to launch a massive streaming service. That service, Disney+, now has a release date and we have some idea about pricing and available content. Here's everything we know.