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.
It may be a week dominated somewhat by new sitcoms and comedy shows, but there’s still plenty of fresh dramas and thrillers to found, with our personal favourite being Amazon’s new dystopian thriller; the Man in the High Castle. Check out this week’s Four Corners for the best of new on-demand TV from around the world.
This week on Four Corners, it looks as though Netflix is once again demonstrating innovation with a new original series, while CBS and HBO continue with new seasons copying British shows.
Another great week for television from around the world, with my current favourite comedy Dreamland (Utopia to Australians) landing their second season on Netflix, along with a pile more shows from Supergirl to Ash vs Evil Dead! Check ’em out on this week’s Four Corners…
CBS and NBC are finally available on the Apple TV, completing the line-up of America’s big four broadcast networks. And as usual for Internet streaming of American free-to-air television, you will need to pay in order to access most content.
More than a week after the American fall season madness began, there are still a pile of new series’ and seasons to keep almost everyone happy. And this time we have no less than three apocalypse stories for your entertainment, as well as a headless horseman, and a reminiscing sitcom from the BBC.
Well, the US Fall Season is in top gear this week, which means a whole pile of new shows or seasons across a plethora of American television networks. It’s worth keeping in mind though that a lot of them can also be enjoyed in higher quality and on more devices via Hulu Plus – and with no commercials either under the right plan.
CBS are one of the more forward thinking OTA networks in the US, with their great OTT CBS All Access service allowing contract-free subscriptions to view their catch-up content. And now they’ve finally added Chromecast support to their line-up of platforms.
Due to popular demand, we’ve added trailers to our weekly global highlights of catch-up and on-demand television, so it’s even easier to know what the shows you may enjoy are all about. This week on Four Corners, a couple of dark thrillers from A&E including a new season of Bates Motel and the returning of The Returned, and more in comedy and reality.
It’s serious stuff this week, with loads of dramas from the US and UK, including period dramas, crime dramas, thriller dramas and a whole new CSI spinoff in case you thought there were not enough. Despite Australia’s dire scissor shortage continuing, it’s not all doom and gloom either, with Netflix’s new comedy The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt turning up around the world.