Imagine if you could switch on your television and watch not only local TV, but every free-to-air television channel on the planet – Thanks to Getflix and the new Apple TV 4, this dream is soon becoming a reality and we’ll show you how!
This week Netflix’s new superhero series begins with a twist over the usual caped crusaders, along with a highly anticipated new season of The Bridge from Scandinavia, a new crime drama from the BBC and another Chicago Fire spinoff. Check out our recommendations in this week’s Four Corners.
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.
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.
This week it’s the CW’s turn to crank out an endless pile of fall season series, and being the CW, this means a lot of zombies, vampires and super heroes wearing spandex. At the other end of the Atlantic, ITV take it a little more seriously, while the BBC hit us again with another hilarious season of Have I Got News For You.
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.
One week before the fall madness begins on American TV screens, we’re not exactly short of new series from both sides of the Atlantic. Netflix continues to flex their newfound muscles with Narcos, whilst Sling TV proves yet again it’s a great way to catch TNTDrama and El Ray content!