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What to stream this week on Telstra TV

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Posted on April 27, 2018

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We’ve got something for everyone this week on Telstra TV. Whether you’re in the mood for a romance with a difference, a sci-fi action series, a sitcom for the whole family or front row access to the best in live sport, we’ve got you covered on Telstra TV.

The Shape of Water (BigPond Movies)

Winner of this year’s Academy Award for Best Picture, THE SHAPE OF WATER, is available now, fresh from the cinema on BigPond Movies. Written and directed by Guillermo del Toro, who also won the Best Director Oscar for the film, the story follows a lonely mute laboratory worker, Elisa (played brilliantly by Sally Hawkins), whose life is changed when she uncovers a mysterious human-like amphibian creature being held by the lab. Over time, the pair form a close relationship and Elisa must fight to ensure the survival of her unique friend. With an all-star cast including Octavia Spencer, Michael Shannon and Michael Stuhlbarg, this visually and emotionally gorgeous film is perfect for a date night in.

Westworld (Foxtel Now)

WESTWORLD has returned for a riveting second season, express from the US each Monday from 11am (AEST) on Foxtel Now. Based on the Michael Crichton novel of the same name, the series is set in a futuristic Wild West-themed amusement park where wealthy guests can indulge any and all of their vices thanks to the park’s population of artificially intelligent human-like robots. But when the robot “hosts” go rogue, it opens up questions about the consciousness of the hosts, the intent of their creators and the real motivations behind those who are funding the park. And being the Wild West, there’s also plenty of gun-toting action to boot!

Roseanne (Ten)

America’s favourite 90s sitcom family, the Connors, are back on our screens this week with the nine-episode reboot season of ROSEANNE kicking off this Monday 30 April from 9pm (AEST) on Network Ten (after the Bachelor in Paradise finale). Picking up 21 years after the original series ended, it’s revealed that Dan (played by John Goodman) didn’t really die, Roseanne (Roseanne Barr) voted for Donald Trump – causing a long-running feud with her sister, Jackie (Laurie Metcalf) and Darlene (Sarah Gilbert) has lost her job and is separated from David, forcing her to move back to the family home with their two sons. There’s even a new character, played by the show’s second Becky (Sarah Chalke) to make way for the return of the original Becky.

Suncorp Super Netball (Netball Live and Nine)

Get ready for round one of the SUNCORP SUPER NETBALL season starting this Saturday 28 April. Telstra customers can watch every Suncorp Super Netball game on the big screen, with two games live each week on the Netball Live app and another two games airing on Nine and 9Gem through the live TV tuner on Telstra TV. To start watching, simply download the Netball Live app from the App Store menu on your Telstra TV. The Netball Live app, gives you access to full match replays, player and team statistics, video highlights and the latest club news.

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