Remember way back last year when Tim Cook promised the world global Siri search? Well, it still hasn’t happened, at least not in the global part. Overnight though, Watch ABC was added to the short list of American services that support Siri’s search.
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!
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.
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!
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.
Until HBO’s OTT service reaches the world, we’ll still try and find ways to watch HBO content via subscriptions that are contract-free, and this week we track down two new seasons just beginning on Sky, along with a Breaking Bad spinoff and more.
It’s the week of Christmas, and the BBC is gearing up for a plethora of seasonal specials. But before they appear via catch-up, a few have already trickled out from other networks, such as Dark Mirror, Marked and a BoJack Horseman special – plus more weekly highlights in this week’s Four Corners.
This week on Four Corners finds a selection of Comedy, Drama and Christmas specials, with the big highlight being True Detective’s arrival back on Now TV. It’s never easy to catch HBO shows without an American cable contract, so when something as highly acclaimed as True Detective winds up somewhere else, we’ll do our best to get the news across to you!
This week there’s a pile of comedy from around the world, including the long-awaited return of It’s a Date from Australia’s ABC. But don’t worry, if laughter isn’t your thing, there are also Zombies, citywide disasters and a period hospital drama as well.
It’s a busy world out there for new television series or seasons, and not just because the American Fall season is upon us! So be prepared to be overwhelmed by choice over the next few weeks as the television world is currently going crazy!