It’s taken a while, but finally Australia’s ABC iView has arrived on the Apple TV 4 app store, and along with some great new features and their highest quality streams, this could very well be the best iView app yet.
It’s one thing to suddenly have access to a vast selection of global television, but finding out exactly what’s on is another story altogether. Thankfully, there are searching sites cropping up, dedicated to making it easier to find exactly what you want – and we just so happen to keep a list here.
This week, it’s Australia’s ABC that churns out the largest selection of new shows, including brand new comedy and drama. But the most significantly raised eyebrow will probably go to season two of Fargo, either from FX over in the US or the far easier way via Netflix.
Only a couple of weeks away from the madness that is the American Fall season, all is a little subdued and relaxed on the global TV front. While the BBC push out yet another period drama, AMC just won’t stop throwing Zombies at us. The surprise gem this week emerges from Australia with the 2nd season of ABC’s award winning Utopia.
This week on Four Corners, we check out a great new French crime drama that’s available on All 4 and Netflix, a new Agatha Christie series on the BBC, an IFC trippy noir series, plus two Australian comedy/documentaries. If you want to find out what’s new around the world that Smart DNS will unblock, look no further than Four Corners.
Yet another huge week on Four Corners, with a pile of brand new and returning series from around the world, included highlights this week such as True Detective and a crazy new series from David Hasselhof. If you’ve cut the cord and looking for amazing content, Four Corners is where you should start your week!
This week we have highlighted dramas from Australia, the US and the UK, with a new season of Love Child, Penny Dreadful and more, along with a cracking brand new UK police drama/comedy from Channel 4.
This week it’s the Brits who go ape on Four Corners, with new dramas, thrillers and comedies from the BBC, ITV, Sky and Channel 4, alongside the Australians who also throw in a great new sitcom from the deserts around Alice Springs, and an ANZAC drama.