This week we announced that customers on selected mobile and home broadband will get three months free subscriptions on Netflix, Stan and Presto.

To help our customers get streaming, we’ve selected our top 10 shows to get you started

Stranger Things (Netflix)

Everyone is talking about Stranger Things. The soundtrack is off the charts. Winona Ryder wins comeback of 2016 for her brilliant performance.

Suits (Netflix)

Suits is light, fun and addictive. It’s the perfect end to a work day and there are five seasons to binge. While Harvey and Jessica run the show, you’ll find out soon that Donna’s the real star.

Peaky Blinders (Netflix)

Peaky Blinders pulls you straight into the life of a gangster family in the 20s. It’s addictive.

UnReal (Stan)

If you’re a fan of The Bachelor (or a closet fan!) UnReal provides an insight into what goes on behind-the-scenes to make reality TV. It’s fiction… or is it?

Friends (Stan)

There’s something so comforting about an episode of Friends. The 90s icon is still a hit, probably because it’s just like kicking back on the sofa with six of your oldest mates.

Better Call Saul (Stan)

Better Call Saul was made for Breaking Bad fans who want to better understand Saul and where he came from. But it also stands on its own. Rumours have it, season 3 is coming so tune in now so you’re up-to-date.

Fear the Walking Dead (Presto)

Presto viewers give this drama four and a half stars, so you are sure to be hooked! Fear of Walking Dead follows the onset of the undead apocalypse through the lens of a fractured family.

Modern Family (Presto)

Who can’t relate to a dysfunctional family? Pick a season, you’re sure laugh!

Mr Robot (Presto)

This drama-thiller series follows the life of Elliot, a computer geek turned hacktivist. Dive into his mission to make the world a better place – available first on Presto.

Wentworth (Presto)

This list wouldn’t be complete without Aussie drama. Wentworth is a modern-day remake of the 70s and 80s classic. The first episode was one of the most watched Australian drama series premieres on Foxtel. What’s not to watch?

Customers who sign up to an eligible mobile or home broadband plan can access three months’ free subscriptions to Netflix, Stan and Presto.