A brand new streaming service, full-throttle blockbusters, an intriguing drama, a comedy clash and the end of an era: all this and more, available right now on Telstra TV.

Paramount+ available now on Telstra TV

Stream a mountain of entertainment on Australia’s newest streaming service, Paramount+ 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 and an incredible range of dramas, comedies, reality TV, docos and content for kids of all ages. Be the first in Australia to catch Mark Wahlberg’s death-defying new action blockbuster INFINITE; hit like and subscribe on the all-grown-up reboot of iCARLY; move in with the housemates of the brand new season of Aussie original comedy-drama FIVE BEDROOMS; and dive into SpongeBob’s childhood years in KAMP KORAL – with these, and so much more, available to watch now.

Sign up 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. For new Paramount+ customers only. Standard monthly fee of $8.99 applies after 7 day trial period ends unless you cancel your subscription. Subscription and data charges apply.

Fast & Furious 9 (Telstra TV Box Office)

Strap in for an insanely high-octane thrill ride with FAST & FURIOUS 9, available now on Telstra TV Box Office. Vin Diesel is back as Dom Toretto, now enjoying the simple life with his son, Little Brian and wife Letty, played by Michelle Rodriguez. But it’s not long before trouble comes calling – and the crew must reassemble to chase down a new threat, high-performance driver and assassin Jakob (played by John Cena). Fighting a plot to dominate the world’s technology, helped along by cyberterrorist Cipher (Charlize Theron) and fuelled by a bitter family feud, the team speed, shoot, smash and swerve their way across the globe in an explosive, full-throttle race to save the day.

Nine Perfect Strangers (Amazon Prime Video)

Based on the bestselling novel by Big Little Lies author Liane Moriarty is the mysterious new drama series, NINE PERFECT STRANGERS – with episodes streaming weekly from Friday 20 August on Amazon Prime Video. Nicole Kidman leads an all-star cast as Masha, the host of experimental wellness retreat, Tranquillum House. Her guests, played by Melissa McCarthy, Michael Shannon, Bobby Cannavale, Luke Evans, Regina Hall and Asher Keddie, are seeking to transform their lives and leave behind their past traumas. However, it’s not long before they realise Masha has some unusual techniques and that the program might not quite be what they signed up for.

Hacks (Stan)

Nominated for 15 Emmy Awards is the hilariously sharp-tongued new comedy series, HACKS – with all ten episodes streaming now, only on Stan. Jean Smart plays stand-up comedy legend Deborah Vance, who after much success and a record-breaking Vegas residency, is now facing the threat of being replaced by younger headline acts. Meanwhile, 25-year-old comedy writer Ava (played by Hannah Einbinder) has been blacklisted for tweeting an offensive joke. Unable to work in L.A., their mutual agent Jimmy (played by Paul W. Downs – who is also a creator of the series) sends Hannah off to Vegas to help Deborah refresh her material. And while at first they’re less than thrilled to be working together, the pair eventually come to appreciate what they can learn from each other. Watch every episode of Hacks now, only on Stan.

Wentworth: The Final Sentence (Foxtel Now)

Get set for an intense conclusion to Australia’s favourite drama series, as WENTWORTH: THE FINAL SENTENCE begins on Tuesday 24 August, only on Foxtel and Foxtel Now. Now that Joan “The Freak” Ferguson has regained her memory, there are quite a few within the compound who need to watch their backs. Even more than usual, there’s an unsettling atmosphere within the walls of Wentworth. And no one is safe. With the guards and inmates you love – and the ones you love to hate – all driven to breaking point this season, who will be left standing in the end? Find out at 8:30pm each Tuesday from 24 August on Foxtel and Foxtel Now.

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Our favourites streaming for the week of 6 August:

A Quiet Place Part II (Telstra TV Box Office)

Brace yourself for the intensely suspenseful and much-anticipated creature feature sequel, A QUIET PLACE PART II – available now on Telstra TV Box Office. Beginning with a jump-scare inducing glimpse into what happened before the terrifying events of the first film, A Quiet Place (which, if you haven’t seen it yet – or want a refresher before you dive into Part II – is available for Telstra Plus members to rent for zero Telstra Plus points on Telstra TV until 31 August 2021), the film then picks up where we left the Abbott family at the end of Part I – forced to leave behind the isolated safety of their farmhouse in search of a new refuge from the deadly sound-hunting alien invaders.

To celebrate the release of A Quiet Place Part II on Telstra TV Box Office, we’re giving Telstra Plus members the chance to win a Sonos home theatre surround set featuring Arc, Sub and One SL to bring the cinema experience into your living room. Join Telstra Plus and buy^ or rent A Quiet Place Part II on Telstra TV Box Office by 31 August 2021 to receive automatic entry into the prize draw. Conditions and eligibility criteria apply. Click here to find out more, including what ^buy means.

The White Lotus (Foxtel Now, BINGE)

Many of us might not be able to travel right now, but HBO comedy series THE WHITE LOTUS on Foxtel Now and BINGE is here to remind us that luxury getaways aren’t always the solution to escaping life’s problems. Set within an exclusive resort in Hawaii, this six-part dark satire sees a group of wealthy and entitled holiday-makers bringing their baggage along with them in more ways than one. There’s high-powered executive Nicole (played by Connie Britton) unable to leave her work behind, her husband Mark (Steve Zahn) struggling with a health scare, and the strange relationship between their college-age daughter Olivia (Sydney Sweeney) and the friend she’s brought along, Paula (Brittany O’Grady). Jennifer Coolidge plays Tanya, grieving her mother’s recent death and finding comfort in the treatments of spa manager, Belinda (Natasha Rothwell) – while Shane (Jake Lacy) is so preoccupied with tormenting the tortured resort manager Armond (Murray Bartlett) for booking him into the wrong room that he’s alienating his new wife, Rachel (Alexandra Daddario).

Dr. Death (Stan)

Joshua Jackson, Alec Baldwin and Christian Slater star in the shocking true-crime drama series, DR. DEATH – with all eight episodes streaming now, only on Stan. Based on the popular podcast of the same name, Jackson plays magnetic young neurosurgeon Dr. Christopher Duntsch – who earned the titular nickname for permanently injuring and killing a number of patients who came to his Dallas, Texas practice for routine spinal surgeries. Baldwin and Slater portray fellow surgeons Robert Henderson and Randall Kirby, who became wise to his intentional malpractice and worked with criminal prosecutor Michelle Shughart (AnnaSophia Robb) to prevent him from causing any further damage to those who placed their delicate lives in his sociopathic hands. Want to delve even deeper into the story? Check out the four-part documentary series DR. DEATH: THE UNDOCTORED TRUTH also streaming now on Stan.

The Mysterious Benedict Society (Disney+)

With the final episode streaming today, this weekend you can watch the entire delightfully quirky first season of THE MYSTERIOUS BENEDICT SOCIETY on Disney+. Based on the first in a series of popular young adult novels by Trenton Lee Stewart, the series stars Emmy winning comic actor Tony Hale (Veep, Arrested Development) as the uniquely eccentric Mr Benedict – as well as his identical twin, the suavely sinister Dr Curtain. When his brother hatches a plan to brainwash the world’s children into spreading misinformation, Mr Benedict – along with his colleague, Number Two (played by the enchantingly wacky Kristen Schaal) – assembles a team of four brilliantly-minded orphans to infiltrate the program and save the day. Together the very perceptive Reynie, memory champ Sticky, unconventional Constance and skillful Kate embark on a fantastical adventure to ensure the world’s sense of truthfulness and trust remains intact.

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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.