What to stream on Telstra TV this week
Posted on December 8, 2017
5 min read
Summer is finally here and the drama is really starting to heat up on Telstra TV. With great new content available across live TV, catch-up TV and your favourite streaming services, the last thing you want is the hassle of having to search for something to watch.
With the New Telstra TV, you can pick up the remote and find the hottest new movies and shows instantly. With our new home screen, you can easily scroll through the latest streaming content across multiple apps, all in one place*. And if you still need a few tips, here are our top recommendations for the week:
The Crown (Netflix)
Hit Netflix Original series, The Crown, is back for its much-anticipated second season this Friday 8 December. Even more captivating and visually impressive than the first season, this superb historical drama continues the story of a young Queen Elizabeth, her complicated marriage to the defiant Prince Philip and changing attitudes towards the monarchy as England marches on towards the turbulent sixties.
Chance (SBS On Demand)
Fans of dark psychological thrillers will be obsessed with Chance, new to SBS on Thursday nights at 10:40pm (AEDT) and via SBS On Demand. Hugh Laurie plays Dr Eldon Chance, a troubled psychiatrist who becomes mixed up in the life of a patient, her abusive police detective husband and the mysterious death of her former therapist.
Gifted (Bigpond Movies)
Fresh from the cinema on BigPond Movies is Gifted, a moving film starring Chris Evans as an uncle raising his sassy seven year old niece, Mary, following the death of her mother. When it becomes evident that Mary has an incredible mind for mathematics, her grandmother demands custody and threatens to upend the normal childhood Mary’s mother had intended for her.
The Real Housewives of Melbourne (Foxtel Now)
The Real Housewives of Melbourne are back for an explosive fourth season on Foxtel Now, this year with two new members: Venus Behbahani-Clark, a lawyer building her own cosmetics empire, and Sally Bloomfield, a hotel owner launching a line of accessories. Your favourite Melbourne socialites are back – more glamorous than ever and turning the drama up to eleven.
Find out more about the new Telstra TV* and discover more of what you love.
*Exclusive to Telstra broadband customers. Requires a compatible TV with HDMI port. A minimum internet speed of 3.5mbps is recommended. Antenna required to access free to air channels in your area. Subscription and data charges apply. Search not available across all apps.
No matter what you’re in the mood to watch this week, the new Telstra TV is a great way to discover movies and TV shows you’ll love. And with our new search feature, you can find your favourite content across live TV, Netflix, Stan, Foxtel Now, BigPond Movies, and all five free-to-air catch-up apps – all in one place.
And if need a little extra inspiration, here are a few of our top picks this week:
The Hitman’s Bodyguard (BigPond Movies)
For your movie night in, grab the popcorn and start streaming The Hitman’s Bodyguard – fresh from the cinema on BigPond Movies. Ryan Reynolds stars in this quick-witted action comedy about a disgraced private bodyguard, begrudgingly assigned to protect an infamous assassin (Samuel L. Jackson) travelling to The Hague to testify against a ruthless dictator. Packed full of tense car chases, explosive gunfights and viciously biting banter, it’s a lot of fun thanks to the great chemistry between two leading men.
A must-see for fans of powerful drama is the critically acclaimed Netflix Original film, Mudbound. Based on the novel of the same name and starring Jason Mitchell (Straight Outta Compton), Australia’s Jason Clarke (Zero Dark Thirty), Carey Mulligan (Drive, Suffragette) and Mary J. Blige, this beautifully crafted film tells the story of two World War II veterans returning to family life in rural Mississippi amidst racial tensions, class struggles and the burden of post-traumatic stress.
Despite its crude, trivial-sounding name, Stan’s new comedy series SMILF is a refreshingly heartfelt take on the experience of a young, broke single mum trying to make it in the world. Written and directed by the show’s leading actor, Frankie Shaw, the semi-autobiographical SMILF combines just enough authentic humour and heartbreak to make it feel genuine, without leaving you feeling miserable.
The Secret Daughter (PLUS7)
And now in its second season, The Secret Daughter airs Wednesday nights at 8:45pm AEST on Seven – with all past episodes from seasons one and two available on-demand on PLUS7. Jessica Mauboy returns in this hit Australian series as Billie Carter, a country pub singer confronted with complicated family issues, pivotal life choices and a career that’s just starting to take off. Can’t get enough of the songs from the series? Add the soundtrack to your library on Apple Music.
Find out more about the new Telstra TV, and discover more of what you love.
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