The 70th Primetime Emmy Awards airs this Tuesday in Australia. The event is happening live at the Microsoft Theatre in downtown Los Angeles, and will be broadcast starting at 8am AEST. Here's how to watch live!
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Every music streaming service kind of sucks, we already know this. One of the ways Spotify sucks is that it limits how many songs you can download on each device. But the service just raised its download limit from 3333 tracks per device up to 10,000 per device, for up to five devices. Great news for anyone who needs to keep their data use down, or use Spotify anywhere with bad reception. You can finally listen to the music you pay $11.99/month for!
When Netflix Australia launched in 2015, it promised that no content would be deleted month-to-month. Those days are now over. As licensing agreements begin to expire, more and more content is beginning to disappear from the service.
This month's casualties include Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, American Sniper, Knock Knock, Children of Men and the critically acclaimed sci-fi series The Expanse. Watch them while you've still got the chance!
Say it with me now: Cartoons aren't just for kids. We all know this by now, and even with the golden age of Adult Swim behind us, Netflix is leading the charge with a number of hilarious, crude and often weirdly insightful cartoons made for adult viewers. Here's the 10 best shows you can watch right now.
Feel like you've seen everything Netflix Australia has to offer? Welp, we've got some good news: today, the streaming giant is adding a bunch of new movies to the service, including Star Trek Into Darkness, Nocturnal Animals, The Mummy Returns, Water For Elephants and a stack of others. Your Saturday night viewing is now sorted.
News has been making the rounds this week about the Netflix secret request feature, which allows users to suggest movies and TV shows that aren't currently available for streaming. The request page is hidden in Netflix help centre, which is probably the reason why most users weren't previously aware of it.
Jim Carrey’s new show Kidding is here — you can watch the first episode right now on Stan.
The Aussie streaming service has surprise-released episode one ahead of its US TV premiere next week.