Epic express-release blockbusters, hard-hitting prestige dramas and an emotional final season: all this and more, available right now on Telstra TV.

Godzilla Vs. Kong (Telstra TV Box Office)

Get set for a colossal blockbuster battle with the Express Release of GODZILLA VS. KONG, available now on Telstra TV Box Office. With Godzilla on a global rampage of destruction, geologist Nathan Lind – played by Alexander Skarsgård – leads an expedition into the Hollow Earth to find the only energy source capable of stopping him. With the help of Kong’s protector, played by Rebecca Hall – and her adopted daughter Jia, who can communicate with the mighty ape – they set out to return Kong to his ancestral home. But it’s not long before Godzilla surfaces and these ancient rivals face off in a showdown of epic proportions.

Mare of Easttown (BINGE)

New to BINGE this month is the addictive crime drama series, MARE OF EASTTOWN. Kate Winslet stars as Mare Sheehan, a former high school basketball champ turned police detective in the tight-knit Pennsylvanian community of Easttown. Divorced and left to raise her grandson after her own son’s death, she’s helped along by her quick-witted mother Helen, played by Jean Smart. Struggling to solve the disappearance of a missing teenage girl, the case suddenly expands when the body of another young woman is discovered. But as she digs deeper, her investigation reveals a darker side to the town – and the townsfolk she thought she knew so well. Also starring Evan Peters, and Australian actors Guy Pearce and Angourie Rice, this gripping new series is one you won’t want to miss.

The Handmaid’s Tale (SBS On Demand)

It’s been almost two years in the making, but the much-awaited fourth season of the award-winning series, THE HANDMAID’S TALE is finally here – and it’s streaming now, only on SBS On Demand. Elisabeth Moss returns as June, the escaped former Handmaid and now resistance leader fighting back against the forces of oppression in Gilead. Following her plot last season to liberate a plane full of children to Canada, June is now the nation’s single biggest threat. Consumed with plans of revolution and revenge, just how far will she go to see justice served? Stream the highly anticipated fourth season now, only on SBS On Demand – with new episodes available each Thursday.

Younger (Stan)

From Sex and the City creator Darren Starr comes the final chapter of fan-favourite series, YOUNGER – streaming now, only on Stan. When we last left the gang, Charles had just proposed to Liza – and Kelsey decided to back out of a deal to start a new publishing house of her own. But questions remain unanswered after the unforgettable cliffhanger ending last season. Who is this new man on the scene? Will Liza stay with Charles? And are there still lingering feelings for Josh? Find out now with new episodes of Younger streaming weekly, only on Stan.

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Our favourites streaming for the week of 23 April:

The Dry (Telstra TV Box Office)


Eric Bana stars in the suspenseful Australian murder mystery, THE DRY – available now on Telstra TV Box Office. Based on the award-winning novel of the same name by ‎Jane Harper, the film follows Federal Police agent Aaron Falk (Bana), who returns to his drought-affected country hometown of Kiewarra after the apparent murder-suicide of his childhood best friend Luke (Martin Dingle Wall), Luke’s wife Karen and their young son Billy. While the town is saddened by the news, they don’t find it suspicious given the stress local farmers have been under during the year-long drought. But Luke’s parents are certain of their son’s innocence and convince Aaron to team up with the local lawman (Keir O’Donnell) to uncover the truth. The problem is, Aaron isn’t exactly welcomed back into the town with open arms – with many believing he played a part in the death of a young girl twenty years earlier, when he and Luke (Joe Klocek and Sam Corlett as the younger men) lied about their whereabouts at the time.

Rutherford Falls (Stan)


From the creator of The Good Place and Parks and Recreation comes the laugh-out-loud new sitcom series, RUTHERFORD FALLS – streaming now, only on Stan. Ed Helms and Jana Schmieding play longtime besties Nathan Rutherford and Reagan Wells. As a descendant of the town’s founder, Nathan couldn’t be prouder of his family’s legacy of brokering peace with Reagan’s ancestors, the Minishonka Nation Native American tribe. He spends his days guiding tours of school children through his family’s museum, glorifying Lawrence “Big Larry” Rutherford’s part in the town’s origin story. Meanwhile, Reagan curates a neglected Cultural Center, situated within the tribe’s Running Thunder Casino and often mistaken for the casino’s gift shop. The trouble begins when Mayor Chisenhall (Dana L. Wilson) plans to remove a statue of Big Larry in the town’s centre. It might sound like a plot ripped from the headlines, but in this case the statue is just in the middle of the road and people keep crashing their cars into it. Now the race is on for Nathan to get the townsfolk on side before Big Larry Rutherford falls for good.

MasterChef Australia (10 play)


Returning this week for another deliciously inspiring season is MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA, streaming Sundays through Thursdays on 10 play. Judges Jock Zonfrillo, Melissa Leong and Andy Allen will be joined by some of the world’s most notable culinary authorities including Nigella Lawson, Yotam Ottolenghi, Heston Blumenthal and Curtis Stone to put twenty-four hopeful contestants through their paces to find Australia’s next top chef. With a cash prize of $250,000, these skilled amateur cooks from all walks of life will need to pull out all the stops if they’re going to impress the judges and ultimately take home the title.

Kayo: A game-changing offer for Telstra consumer customers


Watch over fifty sports live and on-demand with Kayo, the incredible sports streaming app available now on Telstra TV. Whether you’re a fan of football, basketball, motorsports, cricket or a bit of everything, Kayo is where the action’s at – and you can watch it all, available in HD, including game replays, match highlights, sports documentaries and much more – available on your Telstra TV and across your favourite devices.

Telstra consumer customers can now get Kayo Basic for only $15 per month for 12 months, saving $10 off the standard monthly price every month for a whole year. Since it’s month to month, you have the freedom to cancel at any time. Sign in to hub.telstra.com.au/kayo with your Telstra account to find out if you’re eligible and redeem this offer by 31 May 2021. Then, just log into your Kayo account on your Telstra TV to catch the action on your big screen.

Our favourites streaming for the week of 19 April:

Promising Young Woman (Telstra TV Box Office)


Nominated for five Oscars this year including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actress is the provocative revenge-fueled dark comedy thriller, PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN – available now on Telstra TV Box Office. Carey Mulligan stars as Cassie, a woman who spends her nights in bars pretending to be drunk to snare unsuspecting “nice guys”. You see, experience has proven that while they always approach offering help, it’s not long before they try to take advantage of the situation. It’s eventually revealed why Cassie’s doing this night after night – to avenge a tragedy that befell her best friend when they were both in medical school. But when she meets Ryan (Bo Burnham), a man she barely remembers from her college days who seems completely unlike the others, her obsession takes a back seat to her growing feelings for him. Now what could possibly go wrong? Written and directed by Emerald Fennell, the film also stars Jennifer Coolidge, Laverne Cox, Alison Brie, Adam Brody and Christopher Mintz-Plasse.

The Nevers (BINGE)


X-Men meets Bridgerton in THE NEVERS, HBO’s epic new fantasy drama series from executive producer Joss Whedon streaming now on BINGE. Set in Victorian era London, the series follows a group known as “The Touched” – ordinary people who have been granted extraordinary abilities following an unexplained cosmic phenomenon. Admired by some and feared by many, this group of social outcasts are led by Amalia (played by Laura Donnelly from Outlander) whose power – or “turn” as they’re known – is the ability to see into the future. She’s joined by Penance (Ann Skelly from Vikings), an inventor who can manipulate energy and sets up a safe haven to protect this new underclass. Alongside them is Maladie who absorbs pain, Horatio a healer, Nicolas the smelly, Annie the firestarter and Primrose the ten-foot teenager. Together they’ll need to face a world determined to either destroy them or take advantage of their abilities, while they work to uncover the true purpose of their powers.

Thunder Force (Netflix)


Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer play two unstoppable superwomen in the delightfully goofy comedy movie, THUNDER FORCE, streaming now on Netflix. In a parallel world dominated by remorseless supervillains, scientist Emily (Spencer) is determined to unlock the genetic code behind superpowers so that they can finally be used for good. But while she’s still fine-tuning the formula, her former childhood friend Lydia (McCarthy) comes strolling back into her life – and on a tour of the lab, inadvertently injects the prototype giving herself superhuman strength. Lydia’s successful transformation proves the solution works – and once Emily takes it to gain invisibility, the pair deck themselves out in rubber suits they can’t wash and a car they can’t quite get into and out of to start fighting crime. Among the “Miscreants” they’re up against are pincer-handed flirt Jerry The Crab (Jason Bateman) and William “The King” Stevens (Bobby Cannavale), a corrupt politician running for Mayor.

Dancing With The Stars: All Stars (7plus)


Watch Australia’s favourite celebrities don their cha cha heels, slip into their sequins and take the mirror ball for a spin with the all-star season of DANCING WITH THE STARS streaming Sundays through Tuesdays now on 7plus. Working hard to impress the expert judging panel of Todd McKenney, Helen Richey, Paul Mercurio and Mark Wilson, this seasons returning stars include Tom Williams, Bec Hewitt, Jamie Durie, Ada Nicodemou and Manu Feildel – along with wildcard contestants Matty Johnson and Schapelle Corby who will battle it out across a variety of dance genres including the tango, jive, paso doble and contemporary. Who will be crowned the Ultimate All Star? Tune in to find out.

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Our favourites streaming for the week of 12 April:

The Croods: A New Age (Telstra TV Box Office)


The world’s first family are back for another fun-filled adventure in the animated comedy sequel, THE CROODS: A NEW AGE – available now on Telstra TV Box Office. In a perilous prehistoric world filled with danger at every turn, the Crood family (voiced by Nicolas Cage, Catherine Keener, Emma Stone and Ryan Reynolds) are just looking for a safe place to call home. So when they come across an enclosed oasis filled with abundant crops and serenely lush landscapes, they can’t believe their luck. But it’s not long before they discover this new paradise is already inhabited by a more evolutionary advanced family called the Bettermans (Peter Dinklage, Leslie Mann and Kelly Marie Tran) who look down upon their Neanderthal ways. It’s not until both families face a common threat that they learn to embrace their differences and work together to survive.

Line of Duty (BritBox)


Available exclusively on BritBox this month is the much-anticipated season six return of the incredibly thrilling and cleverly unpredictable police drama, LINE OF DUTY – with new episodes streaming direct from the UK each Thursday from 1 April. For the uninitiated, the series follows the investigations of police anti-corruption unit AC-12, tasked with the dangerous job of taking down “bent coppers”. Led by the ever-quotable Superintendent Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar), with skilled detectives Steve Arnot (Martin Compston) and Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) by his side, each season the trio have delved into a seemingly separate case, only to uncover a deeper organised crime conspiracy that ties all of them together at the highest levels of the force. This season, Kate has left AC-12 to work at “The Hill” under DCI Joanne Davidson (Kelly Macdonald), whose team are investigating the assassination of journalist Gail Vella (Andi Osho). But when Davidson appears to be hindering the investigation, AC-12 are brought in to take a closer look. Catch up on all five previous seasons also available now on BritBox.

Made for Love (Stan)


Offering something for everyone is the quirky dark sci-fi comedy-thriller, MADE FOR LOVE – streaming weekly from Thursday 1 April, only on Stan. Based on the novel of the same name by Alissa Nutting, the series stars Cristin Milioti (Black Mirror, Palm Springs) as Hazel, a woman desperately trying to escape her reclusive, domineering husband Byron (Billy Magnussen). The problem is, he’s a billionaire tech mogul who has invented a brain-embedded chip called “Made for Love”. Byron claims it’s designed to help couples become closer by automatically sharing their thoughts and feelings with each other, but of course he surreptitiously implants one in his own wife’s head and then uses it to track and control her. With nowhere else to turn, Hazel heads back to her hometown to get help from her dad, Herb (Ray Romano) – an oddball widower who is now in a loving relationship with an almost lifelike synthetic lady named Diane.

Melbourne Comedy Festival 2021: The Gala (ABC iview)


Get the best seat in the house for the 2021 MELBOURNE COMEDY FESTIVAL GALA, a two-part, two hour comedy bonanza streaming now on ABC iview. Showcasing a sampling of the best local and international comedians this world-famous annual festival has to offer, The Gala filmed live from The Palais Theatre in St Kilda is hosted by Becky Lucas and features a star-studded line-up including Aaron Chen, Arj Barker, Blake Freeman, Dave Thornton, Geraldine Hickey, Joel Creasey, Tommy Little, Tripod, Zoë Coombs Marr and more.

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