Got yourself a great Roku box and want to watch UK on-demand television, but not living in the UK? No need to turn it into a paper weight just yet. Follow these easy steps and you can be watching the BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport, Netflix, Sky’s NOW TV, ITV Player, All 4 and Demand 5!
This week on Four Corners, we have a couple of reality shows from the US, a new drama from Netflix, along with British comedy from ITV and the BBC. As usual with Four Corners, we highlight shows curated for the cord cutter, and all are available from anywhere in the world via Smart DNS.
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.
This week on Four Corners, we highlight a mix of dramas from the US and UK, along with a pile of comedies, from Denmark, Britain and the United States, all available right now from various streaming services around the world.
This week we have a mixture of comedy, drama and thrillers from the United States and United Kingdom, with a new season of Have I Got News For You along with sitcoms and a current remake of the ITV classic, Spitting Image.
It should come as no surprise that HBO chose a week such as this for the launch of their new OTT service HBO Now, what with new seasons of Game of Thrones, Veep and Silicon Valley up for grabs. But if the $15 sub doesn’t interest you, we still have a pile of alternative highlights this week from the BBC, All 4 and Netflix.
Due to the somewhat popular annual event called Easter, we’re a day late for Four Corners this week. But fear not, a selection of new material from around the world has been brought forward for your browsing pleasure. This week amongst other highlights, we see a return of Mad Men and the children’s classic, the Thunderbirds!
As far as on-demand television in Australia goes, it can pretty much be defined as before Netflix and after. Just the thought of Netflix arriving on the Australian scene sent the on-demand world in that country ablaze, with improved existing services and brand new competition attempting to take the limelight away from the global leader. So how well does Netflix stack up to it’s local competition?