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The Informer (Telstra TV Box Office)

Watch the first 10 minutes free of the insanely tense new crime thriller, THE INFORMER – available now on Telstra TV Box Office. Joel Kinnaman stars as the titular FBI informant, Pete Koslow – an ex-con released early to help his handlers (played by Rosamund Pike and Clive Owen) infiltrate the highest levels of the Polish mafia’s New York drug trade. But when an operation goes sideways and results in the death of an undercover cop, mob boss “The General” (Eugene Lipinski) pressures Koslow to take the fall so that he can run drugs from inside prison. Caught in a deadly war between the mob, the FBI and the NYPD, Koslow knows he’ll have to devise his own escape if he’s going to make it out alive.

Quiz (Foxtel Now)

The story behind the game show that swept the world and the contestants who tried to cheat their way to the top is told in the suspensefully funny new three-part miniseries, QUIZ – streaming each Wednesday on Foxtel Now. Pub trivia fanatics Diana Ingram (played by Sian Clifford) and her brother Adrian (Trystan Gravelle) are captivated when British network ITV launch the new high-stakes quiz show, ‘Who Wants to be a Millionaire?’, hosted by veteran broadcaster Chris Tarrant (Michael Sheen). Gaming their way into the hot seat, they each accrue only small prizes before lucking out. But when they also manage to get Diana’s husband Major Charles Ingram (Matthew Macfadyen) onto the show and he starts to win big, the already suspicious producers (Mark Bonnar and Aisling Bea) become wise to their conspiracy.

Yellowstone (Stan)

The most popular cable TV series in the US last season, YELLOWSTONE, had its highly anticipated season three premiere this week on Stan – with new episodes streaming each Monday, express from the US. Kevin Costner returns as mega-ranch patriarch John Dutton, continuing to fight for his family’s lives and livelihood against threats from multiple fronts. Following the merciless actions of the Beck Brothers last season, the family is forced to forge new alliances with former rivals. But with new moneyed interests setting their sights on the ranch, there’s no limit to how far the Duttons will go to protect their home and the ones they love.

The Sinner: Jamie (Netflix)

Matt Baumer stars in the chilling third season of the Netflix anthology crime drama, THE SINNER – with all eight episodes available to stream now. When high school history teacher Jamie (Baumer) and his friend from college, Nick (Chris Messina), crash their car on a secluded road in upstate New York, it seems like nothing more than a tragic accident. Called to the scene in the middle of the night, Detective Harry Ambrose (Bill Pullman) becomes suspicious when a number of details about the event just don’t add up. Digging deeper into the young family man’s life, will Ambrose unearth something much more sinister at play?

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Our favourites streaming for the week of 19 June:

Dark Waters (Telstra TV Box Office)

Mark Ruffalo and Anne Hathaway star in DARK WATERS, a compelling real-life thriller about the man who single-handedly took on one of the world’s biggest chemical companies – available now on Telstra TV Box Office. Family man and hotshot lawyer Rob Bilott (Ruffalo) has worked hard to advance his career, successfully defending industry giants in environmental litigation cases. But when his grandmother asks him to help out a family friend – a rural cattle farmer who believes his stock are dying due to toxic waste being dumped in the water supply – he finds himself on the opposite side of a dirty, difficult and long-running battle. With his professional reputation on the line, the backlash he faces is brutal – but his tenacity to stand up and fight for a community being poisoned could bring about justice and far-reaching reforms.

Perry Mason (Foxtel Now)

Coming to Foxtel Now this Monday 22 June is new HBO crime drama series, PERRY MASON. Based on the famed and iconic series of novels, films and television serials of the 1930s to 1990s, this latest adaptation stars ‘The Americans’ lead Matthew Rhys in the eponymous role. Set in Los Angeles during the Great Depression, the dishevelled Mason ekes out a living as a small time private eye – mostly by catching burgeoning Hollywood stars in compromising positions to solicit payoffs from their studios. But when his employer, attorney E.B. Jonathan (played by John Lithgow) hires him to investigate the kidnapping and gruesome murder of a young boy, he suddenly finds himself wading deep into an unsettling mystery that’s gripping the entire city.

The Politician (Netflix)

The much-anticipated follow-up to Ryan Murphy’s 2019 dark comedy, THE POLITICIAN, is streaming from this Friday 19 June on Netflix. Recent high school graduate Payton Hobart (played by Ben Platt) continues his unrelentingly cutthroat fixation of one day becoming the US President, starting with the pursuit of a seat in the New York State Senate. Coming up against the much-respected incumbent and Senate lead Dede Standish (played by Judith Light), Payton and his team attempt to outsmart Dede’s shrewd campaign manager, Hadassah Gold (Bette Midler), using underhanded tactics designed to taint the Senator’s reputation. But could all of their scheming and plotting suddenly be overshadowed by Payton’s mother Georgina (Gwyneth Paltrow) making a political play of her own?

LOL: Last One Laughing Australia (Amazon Prime Video)

Brace yourself for the funniest, wackiest reality game show of the year with the launch of LOL: LAST ONE LAUGHING AUSTRALIA, streaming from this Friday 19 June on Amazon Prime Video. Hosted by Rebel Wilson, this six-part variety series brings together some of the biggest names in Australian stand-up comedy – locking them up together in a goofily decorated apartment, with cameras in every corner poised to capture their every action and reaction. Their goal is to do whatever they can to make each other laugh, but whoever is caught giggling on camera will be instantly evicted from the house. With a cash prize of $100,000 awarded to the last comedian standing, we’re sure to see loads of creatively outlandish gags from some of our favourite local jokers.

Our favourites streaming for the week of 12 June:

Queen & Slim (Telstra TV Box Office)

New to Telstra TV Box Office this week is the very powerful and timely, QUEEN & SLIM – a film that explores police brutality and racial injustice in America, against the backdrop of a stylish and ultimately romantic fugitive drama. After meeting on a dating app and sitting through a rather unimpressive first date dinner, Slim (played by Daniel Kaluuya) offers to drive Queen (Jodie Turner-Smith) home. But when they’re pulled over by a cop with a quick temper and an even quicker impulse to draw his weapon, Queen ends up with a gunshot to the leg – and Slim, trying to wrestle the gun from the officer, inadvertently kills him. Seeing no alternative but to run, the pair drive together through the deep south, in constant fear of being caught or turned in. But when an online video of the altercation hits the news, their plight echoes throughout the country.

Operation Buffalo (ABC iview)

Take a look back at a controversial yet little-known period in Australia’s recent history with OPERATION BUFFALO, a new six-part drama series streaming Sundays at 8:30pm on ABC iview. A fictional retelling of real-life events, the series is set in the 1950s during the height of the Cold War when Britain tested its nuclear bombs on an outback army base in Maralinga, South Australia. Ewen Leslie stars as Major Leo Carmichael, the Australian commander tasked with running the facility, while James Cromwell plays his doddery British counterpart, Lord “Cranky” Crankford. And Frances Djulibing plays Ruby, an Aboriginal matriarch whose family’s very existence is denied for the sake of testing on their land. Learn more about the story of the Maralinga people with the documentary Maralinga Tjarutja, also available on ABC iview.

Bosch (SBS On Demand)

Devour all ten episodes of the penultimate sixth season of BOSCH, streaming now on SBS On Demand. Based on the bestselling novel series by Michael Connelly, the new season of this gripping crime drama sees Titus Welliver return as LAPD detective Harry Bosch – continuing his cold case investigation from last season into the murder of fifteen-year-old Daisy Clayton, as well as the recent killing of cancer researcher, Dr Stanley Kent (Kovar McClure). When it’s discovered radioactive medical materials were stolen from Dr Kent around the time of his death, the FBI are called in to consider the threat of domestic terrorism. Meanwhile, Bosch’s partner Edgar (Jamie Hector) sets in motion a sting to flush out the dirty cops who killed his informant, as well as their powerful associate Jacques Avril (Treva Etienne). Catch up on seasons one to five on Amazon Prime Video.

2020 Toyota AFL Premiership (Kayo)

The 2020 TOYOTA AFL PREMIERSHIP season is back this week – and you can catch all the action from the comfort of your sofa with Kayo, the game-changing sports streaming app on Telstra TV. Whether you’re watching live matches, reliving the excitement with on-demand replays or tuning into your favourite footy shows like AFL 360, Bounce or On The Couch, Kayo has got you covered. And in an exclusive for new and returning Kayo customers on a Telstra consumer post-paid plan, add on Kayo Basic for only $15 per month for 12 months (normally $25 a month) – a saving of $10 a month for a whole year! To take advantage of this offer, you must sign up through Telstra and redeem by 30 September 2020.

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Our favourites streaming for the week of 5 June:

Bloodshot (Telstra TV Box Office)

Get your sci-fi action fix this weekend with the unstoppable Vin Diesel in BLOODSHOT, available now on Telstra TV Box Office. Adapted from the Valiant Comics bestselling series of the same name, the film follows Ray Garrison – a US Marine killed on the battlefield and brought back to life thanks to an experimental new nano-technology administered by Dr Emil Harting (played by Guy Pearce). With millions of microscopic robots coursing through his veins, he’s able to pack a punch like never before. And with a body now capable of healing its own wounds, he’s virtually indestructible. But when he discovers the same technology is being used to manipulate his mind, he’s no longer sure who he can trust and must fight to expose the truth.

Love Life (Stan)

Anna Kendrick stars in Stan’s delightfully charming new romantic comedy series, LOVE LIFE – with new episodes streaming each Thursday from 7pm (AEST). Reportedly, each season of the series will follow a different lead character on their life’s journey to find love. And through a string of self-contained episodes, we’ll get a glimpse into the various relationships – romantic and otherwise – that have shaped their lives. In this first season, we join Darby (Kendrick), a slightly awkward “little derp-de-derp” as she navigates her first real post-college boyfriend (Jin Ha), the cliché of falling for her boss (Scoot McNairy), supporting her roommate Sara (Zoë Chao) as she struggles with alcoholism, and coping with her own needy mother (Hope Davis).

Homecoming (Amazon Prime Video)

Back for a grippingly satisfying second season is the critically acclaimed series, HOMECOMING – with all seven episodes streaming now on Amazon Prime Video. Picking up after the events that unfolded at the Homecoming Initiative, this mysterious new season begins with a woman (Janelle Monáe) waking up suddenly in a rowboat in the middle of a woodland lake. She can’t remember how she got there, or even her own identity. Piecing together what few clues she can find, she believes she served in the military and is somehow connected with the Geist Corporation. But when she digs deeper and attempts to infiltrate the company, she’s not remotely prepared for what she’s about to uncover.

Big Brother (7plus)

Get ready for your next reality TV addiction with the return of BIG BROTHER, premiering next Monday 8 June at 7.30pm on Seven and 7plus. Hosted by Sonia Kruger, the series hits our screens nineteen years after the very first Aussie season and six years since its last iteration. And this time, they’re shaking things up with an exciting new format that will see contestants nominating and voting to evict their fellow housemates, as well as competing against each other in a series of nightly challenges. All twenty housemates have now been revealed, including a former AFL player, a dancer, a male model, a marriage celebrant, a “fun mum” and an 80s fitness icon. With $250,000 in prize money up for grabs, the stakes are high – but it’s the viewers who will get the chance to vote for who they want to win in the live grand finale.

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