Stream a mountain of entertainment on Australia’s newest streaming service, Paramount+ launching today and available right now on Telstra TV.

With unique stories and iconic stars, there’s something for everyone to love – from Paramount+ originals and exclusives, to blockbuster movies from Paramount and an incredible range of dramas from Showtime, comedies from Comedy Central, MTV reality TV shows, Smithsonian channel documentaries and Nickelodeon content for kids of all ages.

New Paramount+ subscribers can sign up now for a 7 day free trial at paramountplus.com/telstratv. Then, simply install the app from the App Store on your Telstra TV to start streaming Paramount+ today. (Subscription fee of $8.99 per month applies after your trial period ends unless you cancel your subscription. Data charges apply).

With so much great content available to stream, here are just a few of our top picks to help you get started.

Infinite

Be among the first in Australia to catch Mark Wahlberg’s death-defying new action blockbuster, INFINITE. Available exclusively on Paramount+, this sci-fi thriller sees Wahlberg play Evan McCauley – a man tormented all his life by strange visions of people and places he’s never experienced, and somehow mastering skills he never started learning. When he’s tracked down by an underground group called the “Infinites”, they reveal that what he thought were hallucinations are indeed memories from past lives spanning centuries. And now they need his help – with the expert skills he’s acquired – to take down Bathurst (Chiwetel Ejiofor), a man determined to end the curse of reincarnation and destroy all life on Earth in the process.

Five Bedrooms

Move in with the housemates of Aussie original comedy drama FIVE BEDROOMS, as this much-loved series finds a brand new home on Paramount+ for its highly-anticipated second season. When five individuals with nothing in common are lumped together on the singles table at a wedding reception, they hatch a crazy plan to pool their money and buy a house together. Their makeshift family includes lawyer Liz (Kat Stewart), her gay best friend doctor Harry (Roy Joseph), chirpy real estate agent Ainsley (Katie Robertson), her former landlord Heather (Doris Younane) and tradie Ben (Stephen Peacocke) – who this season find themselves dealing with a new home, messy renovations, heartbreaking tragedy and new love on the horizon.

Why Women Kill

From Marc Cherry, the creator of Desperate Housewives, comes the deliciously diabolical comedy-drama series, WHY WOMEN KILL. While the first season followed three separate slightly whimsical stories of marital murder spanning the fifties, eighties and 2000s, the second season now streaming is planted firmly in the forties and finds homely homemaker Alma Fillcot (Allison Tolman) obsessively coveting the elegantly sophisticated women of the Elysian Park Garden Club. To join, she’s going to have to get past club president and series villainess, Rita (Lana Parrilla). But behind Rita’s ravishing ruthlessness is a dark secret – and the seemingly sweet Alma might just have a few of her own hidden below the surface as well.

Two Weeks to Live

If you loved her as Arya Stark in Game of Thrones, then you won’t want to miss Maisie Williams in her latest revenge-fuelled role in TWO WEEKS TO LIVE. Raised in rural Scotland by her doomsday prepper single mother Tina (played hilariously by Fleabag’s Sian Clifford), Kim Stokes has grown up thinking the end of the world could come at any moment. So when she ventures outside her confines and meets two brothers over a pint at the pub, it’s hardly surprising when she’s tricked by a fake news report into thinking the apocalypse is due in only two short weeks. Now believing she has nothing left to lose, Kim plans on seeking justice for her father’s murder fifteen years earlier. The problem is, there’s a lot more to the story than her mother has let on.

iCarly

Hit like and subscribe on the all-grown-up reboot of iCARLY, as the OG internet influencer returns to our screens exclusively on Paramount+. Back in 2007 before streaming TV became commonplace, there was iCarly – the Nickelodeon sitcom about teenager Carly Shay (played by Miranda Cosgrove) who hosted her own wildly popular webcast variety show with friend Freddie (Nathan Kress) and older brother Spencer (Jerry Trainor). And now they’re back, with Carly’s fashion stylist roommate Harper (Laci Mosley) and Freddie’s stepdaughter Millicent (Jaidyn Triplett) to take on the world wide web once more.

Kamp Koral

Dive back into SpongeBob’s younger years in KAMP KORAL, the prequel to Nickelodeon’s nautically nonsensical animated adventure series. Join ten-year-old SpongeBob SquarePants and his cabinmates Patrick Star and Sandy Cheeks as they spend their summer camping on Lake Yuckymuck – learning to swim, catching jellyfish, building campfires and having fun exploring the kelp forest with their many underwater pals.

All this, and so much more, streaming on Paramount+. New Paramount+ subscribers can sign up now for a 7 day free trial at paramountplus.com/telstratv

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Things you need to know

Paramount+: 7 day free trial offer for new Paramount+ subscribers only. Subscription fee of $8.99 per month applies after your trial period ends unless you cancel your subscription. Data charges apply.

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