Foxtel Now | On Demand

Foxtel customers will have instant access to some of the world’s greatest dramas in February as its new agreement with HBO brings a massive library of new releases and past hits including Big Little Lies and Girls. New movies available On Demand will include blockbusters Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice and Captain America: Civil War.

All Foxtel residential customers with an internet connected Foxtel iQ box can instantly stream any of Foxtel’s award winning On Demand programming as well as record a huge amount of great programming to watch when it suits them. Foxtel Play, Foxtel’s streaming-only service, also allows access to world-class drama live and On Demand and is available from as little as $15 per month.

Both Foxtel residential and Foxtel Play customers have complimentary access to Foxtel’s companion streaming app, Foxtel Go, which enables them to stream TV live and On Demand to selected smartphones and tablets, where they want, when they want.

Today’s announcement features Foxtel’s February On Demand line up of new complete seasons and movie greats that will join the hit shows already available to stream, On Demand^. The list includes a host of recent and classic hits from small screen heavyweight HBO bringing subscribers even more access to HBO dramas, comedies and documentaries than ever before.

HBO’s highly anticipated new miniseries Big Little Lies, based on Australian author Liane Moriarty’s bestselling book, begins in February and will add new episodes to Foxtel On Demand in line with the US broadcast. The seven-episode series follows three mothers of school kids as their seemingly perfect lives take a dark turn and unravel to the point of murder.

The sixth season of HBO’s Girls also kicks off in February with new episodes available On Demand after each live broadcast. Seasons 1-5 are also available On Demand for fans and newcomers who want to follow the antics of Hannah, Shoshana, Marnie and Jessa as they navigate life in New York City.

Foxtel customers can also watch a new Home and Away special event. Home and Away: All or Nothing, which premiered on Australia Day, is now available exclusively on Foxtel On Demand. Home and Away: All or Nothing joins Home and Away: Revenge, which aired in December, and brings Summer Bay favourites Dan Ewing and Lisa Gormley back in their roles as Heath and Bianca Braxton.

Also arriving On Demand in February are complete seasons of the comedy nerd-fest, The Big Bang Theory (seasons 1-8); comedy-drama Louie (seasons 1-5) starring comedian Louis C.K.; and Modern Family (seasons 1-6), which offers an honest and often hilarious look at family life. Mega-hit zombie thriller The Walking Dead adds more episodes with the return of season 7B; and GOGGLEBOX season 5 begins adding new episodes, with all of previous seasons 1-4 already available.

Foxtel On Demand’s key movies in February include two supercharged super hero hits that pit DC comics against Marvel with Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice and Captain America: Civil War. In addition, The Huntsman: Winter’s War (Chris Hemsworth) introduces a new take on the classic Snow White tale; while Eddie the Eagle (Hugh Jackman) offers an inspirational story that embodies the spirit of the Olympics.

Foxtel is home to a massive selection of many of the world’s most popular shows, from our own locally produced hits to must see programs from around the globe.

Foxtel also features the BoxSets and Binge channels, which allow subscribers to watch and record collections and selected series of some of the world’s greatest programs from HBO, the BBC, Warner Bros. and other Hollywood studios.

[COLOR=BLUE]Foxtel continues to bolster On Demand content in March[/COLOR]

In March, Foxtel is adding a great selection of some of the most popular programming for subscribers to stream instantly on Foxtel On Demand, headlined by the arrival of the latest episodes of the politically charged drama Scandal and the Emmy Award winning anthology crime drama, American Crime. March’s new movie arrivals will feature X-Men: Apocalypse, and Ghostbusters (2016).

Foxtel residential customers with an internet connected Foxtel iQ box can instantly stream any of Foxtel’s incredible On Demand programming as well as record and play back a host of movies and TV to watch when they like. Foxtel streaming service, Foxtel Play, also provides access to world-leading entertainment live and On Demand starting from only $15 per month.

In addition, Foxtel residential and Foxtel Play customers have access to Foxtel Go, Foxtel’s mobile streaming app, at no extra charge. Foxtel Go enables subscribers to stream TV, live and On Demand, to selected smartphones and tablets, where they want, when they want.

Today’s announcement highlights Foxtel’s March On Demand line up of new complete seasons and movie greats that will join the hit shows already available to stream On Demand^.

The Washington DC-based favourite, Scandal, has complete seasons 1-5 available to stream On Demand with new episodes from season 6 added soon after they air in the US. Scandal stars Kerry Washington as Olivia Pope, a former media consultant to the President, who has dedicated her life to protecting and defending the public images of the nation’s elite by keeping their secrets under wraps. Pope leads a team who specialise in cleaning up the lives of other people, but who cannot seem to do the same for themselves.

American Crime is a critically acclaimed anthology crime drama starring Felicity Huffman and Timothy Hutton that tackles a different criminal investigation each season. Season 1 focuses on the aftermath of the murder of a veteran and brutal assault of his wife and explores the story from multiple perspectives, centred around the impact of the event on the victims’ families, the suspects and their loved ones. Season 2 takes on issues of socio-economics and sexual orientation against the backdrop of two Midwestern US high schools. Season 3 will begin to air exclusively on Foxtel in March with new episodes added shortly after the US broadcast.

Also arriving On Demand in March are the final episodes of HBO’s Big Little Lies and the continuation of the final season of Girls along with complete seasons of the mystery drama, Top of the Lake (season 1), the action filled Banshee (seasons 1-4), and season 5 of edge-of-your-seat thriller Homeland.

The much anticipated new Foxtel series, Real Housewives of Sydney makes its debut in March with new episodes added to On Demand as they air, plus Lifestyle favourite Selling Houses Australia will start adding episodes from season 10 alongside all of the previous seasons 1-9 already available.

Foxtel On Demand’s key movies in March include superhero adventure X-Men: Apocalypse, the hilarious reboot of supernatural comedy Ghostbusters (2016) family favourite Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows; and side-splitting Bad Neighbours 2 with Aussie favourite Rose Byrne staring with Seth Rogan.

Foxtel is home to a massive selection of many of the world’s most popular shows, from our own locally produced hits to must see programs from around the globe.

Foxtel also features the BoxSets and Binge channels, which allow subscribers to watch and record collections and selected series of some of the world’s greatest programs from HBO, the BBC, Warner Bros. and other Hollywood studios.

Foxtel expands On Demand line-up for April

Also available to stream via Foxtel Play

This April, Foxtel continues its drive to bring subscribers a growing library of the best complete seasons and recent movies to stream instantly on Foxtel On Demand. The newest arrivals include season 5 of prison drama Wentworth, the first season of the anthology drama Feud: Bette and Joan; the addition of American Crime season 3 and season 3 of the mystery thriller, The Leftovers. April’s new movie line-up features the family hit, Finding Dory and the dystopian thriller, The Divergent Series: Allegiant – Part 1.

Foxtel residential customers with an internet connected Foxtel iQ box can instantly stream any of Foxtel’s incredible On Demand programming as well as record and play back a host of movies and TV to watch when they like. Foxtel streaming service, Foxtel Play, also provides access to Foxtel’s world-leading entertainment live and On Demand starting from only $10 per month.

In addition, Foxtel residential and Foxtel Play customers have access to Foxtel Go, Foxtel’s mobile streaming app, at no extra charge. Foxtel Go enables subscribers to stream TV, live and On Demand, to selected smartphones and tablets, where they want, when they want.

Foxtel’s award winning prison drama Wentworth kicks off season 5 in April bringing emotional, psychological and professional shockwaves to the staff and inmates of Wentworth Correctional Centre. Season 5 picks up from last year’s shock ending and joins the first four seasons already streaming On Demand.

Feud: Bette and Joan tells the story of the legendary rivalry between Joan Crawford (Jessica Lange) and Bette Davis (Susan Sarandon) during their collaboration on the thriller What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? and what happened after the cameras stopped rolling. The series explores how the two women endured ageism, sexism, and misogyny while struggling to hang on to success and fame in the twilight of their careers.

The critically acclaimed anthology crime drama, American Crime, has started airing season 3, exclusively on Foxtel, with new episodes added to Foxtel On Demand, ‘Express from the US’. Season 3 joins the first two seasons already available to subscribers and explores a father’s search for his missing son against the backdrop of the harsh conditions and servitude facing Mexican agricultural labourers working in the United States.

The final season of HBO’s compelling drama, The Leftovers, continues the mystery of an unexplained incident that saw two percent of the world’s population suddenly disappear without a trace.

Also arriving On Demand in April are new episodes of the outrageous Real Housewives of Sydney; the continuation of Washington DC drama, Scandal season 6; the arrival of political comedy VEEP season 6; lifestyle favourite Grand Designs Australia; and southern US drama Shots Fired.

Foxtel On Demand’s key movies in April include the undersea tale Finding Dory; the hilarious action comedy Central Intelligence, staring Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson; epic adventure, The Legend of Tarzan starring Margot Robbie; drama-romance Demolition, starring Naomi Watts; dystopian sci-fi thriller, The Divergent Series: Allegiant – Part 1; alien action film Independence Day: Resurgence, with Liam Hemsworth; and more.

Foxtel is home to a massive selection of many of the world’s most popular shows, from our own locally produced hits to must see programs from around the globe.

Foxtel also features the BoxSets and Binge channels, which allow subscribers to watch and record collections and selected series of some of the world’s greatest programs from HBO, the BBC, Warner Bros. and other Hollywood studios.

Foxtel expands On Demand programming in May

More than 11,000 hours of hit movies and TV to choose from; also available to stream via Foxtel Play

This May, Foxtel is adding new episodes to the most recent seasons of a host of popular programming along with a great collection of hit movies to stream instantly via Foxtel On Demand. This month will see more than 11,000 hours of TV and movies, including a library of more than 1,200 movie hits and great classics available, On Demand, as part of a Foxtel subscription^.

New episodes from prison drama Wentworth season 5 and political comedy VEEP season 6, plus Foxtel’s incredibly popular lifestyle show, Selling Houses Australia season 10 will continue to arrive along with the sci-fi adventure, Star Trek Beyond, family favourite, The BFG; and the illusion filled thriller, Now You See Me 2.

Foxtel residential customers with an internet connected Foxtel iQ box can instantly stream any of Foxtel’s incredible On Demand programming as well as record and play back a host of movies and TV to watch when they like. Foxtel streaming service, Foxtel Play, also provides access to Foxtel’s world-leading entertainment live and On Demand starting from only $10 per month.

In addition, Foxtel residential and Foxtel Play customers have access to Foxtel Go, Foxtel’s mobile streaming app, at no extra charge. Foxtel Go enables subscribers to stream TV, live and On Demand, to selected smartphones and tablets, where they want, when they want.

Foxtel’s award winning prison drama Wentworth continues season 5 in May bringing the chaos and conflict of the Wentworth Correctional Centre to viewers’ living rooms. Season 5 has already received wide-spread praise from fans of the series and joins the first four seasons already streaming On Demand.

HBO comedy series VEEP, starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus, takes a sharp, satirical look at the insular world of politics following the day-to-day routine of the former Vice-President, and one time President, Selina Meyer. The award winning show continues to add new episodes from season 6 to seasons 1-5 already available.

Selling Houses Australia takes viewers on a real-estate adventure helping vendors sell unsellable homes. Now in its tenth season, this iconic show has seen hosts Andrew Winter, Shaynna Blaze and Charlie Albone successfully makeover and market more than 100 homes.

Also adding new episodes On Demand in May is the breakout reality show, Real Housewives of Sydney; along with the Comedy Channel’s Adam Devine’s House Party (seasons 1-3) and Another Period (seasons 1-2), plus the supernatural thriller Outcast (seasons 1-2) and the alternative-history drama SS-GB (season 1).

Foxtel On Demand’s key movies in May include the hilarious Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie; period comedy drama Florence Foster Jenkins; the continuation of the sci-fi epic movie series, Star Trek Beyond, and more.

Foxtel is home to a massive selection of many of the world’s most popular shows, from our own locally produced hits to must see programs from around the globe.

Foxtel also features the BoxSets and Binge channels, which allow subscribers to watch and record collections and selected series of some of the world’s greatest programs from HBO, the BBC, Warner Bros. and other Hollywood studios.

Foxtel On Demand in June:
Winter is Here

More hit TV and movies added to the more than 11,000 hours of incredible programming available to watch On Demand, plus binge on Game of Thrones

This June, Foxtel continues to build on its increasing library of the best complete seasons and recent movies available to stream, instantly, on Foxtel On Demand.

With a white raven arriving at Winterfell at the end of last season, Foxtel reminds customers that ‘Winter is Here’ and in the lead up to July’s highly anticipated premiere of Game of Thrones season 7, subscribers can catch up on every episode from Game of Thrones seasons 1-6, On Demand, to relive all of the drama and intrigue from the seven kingdoms of Westeros.

Foxtel’s other June arrivals include season 5 of the popular ‘dramedy’ Orange Is The New Black, with all episodes available on June 9, plus new episodes of zombie hit Fear the Walking Dead season 3. The hilarious Silicon Valley season 4 continues, plus the super-villain action film, Suicide Squad, family favourite, The Secret Life of Pets and romantic comedy Bridget Jones’s Baby land in June.

Foxtel residential customers with an internet connected Foxtel iQ box can instantly stream any of Foxtel’s incredible On Demand programming as well as record and play back a host of movies and TV to watch when they like. Foxtel streaming service, Foxtel Play, also provides access to Foxtel’s world-leading entertainment live and On Demand starting from only $10 per month.

In addition, Foxtel residential and Foxtel Play customers have access to Foxtel Go, Foxtel’s mobile streaming app, at no extra charge. Foxtel Go enables subscribers to stream TV, live and On Demand, to selected smartphones and tablets, where they want, when they want.

Orange Is The New Black follows Piper Chapman (Taylor Schilling), a former PR exec sentenced to a minimum-security prison, as she navigates the correctional system alongside an outrageous crew of eccentric inmates as she trades high fashion for prison orange in this acclaimed dramedy.

Fear the Walking Dead brings another perspective of the zombie apocalypse first introduced by The Walking Dead. Arriving in its third season, the series follows a shattered group of survivors who search for safety in the midst of threats from both the living and the undead. Season 3 arrives on Foxtel with new episodes added On Demand throughout June.

The dysfunctional side of technology is bared in full as Silicon Valley introduces viewers to the comedic misadventures of computer programmers in the high-tech mecca of the San Francisco Bay Area as they hope to strike it rich in the high-stakes, high pressure world of tech innovation.

Also adding new episodes On Demand in June is the British thriller Apple Tree Yard (season 1); the antics of the Real Housewives of Toronto (season 1); the mouth-watering Bake Off: The Professionals (season 1); and the high-seas adventures of Deadliest Catch (season 13).

Foxtel On Demand’s key movies in June also include the action-packed spy adventure Jason Bourne; real-life aviation drama, Sully; and the biographical black comedy War Dogs.

Foxtel is home to a massive selection of many of the world’s most popular shows, from our own locally produced hits to must see programs from around the globe.

Foxtel also features the BoxSets and Binge channels*, which allow subscribers to watch and record collections and selected series of some of the world’s greatest programs from HBO, the BBC, Warner Bros. and other Hollywood studios.

Foxtel On Demand in July:
Game of Thrones season 7 arrives

More than 16,000 titles of incredible TV and movies, including Game of Thrones seasons 1-7, available to watch On Demand

We’ve seen the trailers, we’ve sharpened our swords and at last, the hotly anticipated premiere of Game of Thrones season 7 is arriving exclusively on Foxtel. The latest chapter in the award-winning HBO drama kicks off on 17 July, with each episode available to watch, On Demand, following its broadcast. In the lead up to the season 7 broadcast, Foxtel reminds subscribers that every episode from seasons 1-6 is available to watch On Demand.

The popular series, Thronecast season 7 will also air in July live and On Demand, with each episode recapping the prior day’s episode of Game of Thrones season 7.

July also sees the arrival of the new British drama, Taboo, along with season 3 of HBO action-comedy/ drama Ballers; season 3 of Kingdom; plus new movies including the political thriller, Snowden, based on events surrounding CIA whistle-blower Edward Snowden; biopic disaster thriller, Deepwater Horizon; the 2016 remake of western epic, The Magnificent Seven, and more.

Foxtel residential customers with an internet connected Foxtel iQ^ box can instantly stream any of Foxtel’s incredible On Demand programming as well as record and play back a host of movies and TV to watch when they like. Foxtel streaming service, Foxtel Now, also provides access to Foxtel’s world-leading entertainment live and On Demand starting from only $10 per month.

In addition, Foxtel customers can enjoy their subscriptions on the go with Foxtel’s mobile streaming apps at no extra charge, enabling them to stream TV, live and On Demand, to selected smartphones and tablets, where they want, when they want.

Taboo follows adventurer James Delaney on his return to London from Africa in 1814 bent on claiming his late father’s shipping empire, only to find himself surrounded by a host of enemies standing in his way. Season 1 arrives on Foxtel with new episodes available to watch On Demand following each broadcast.

HBO hit, Ballers, season 3, joins Foxtel On Demand and stars Dwayne Johnson as Spencer Strasmore, a former NFL superstar who trades on his name to help up-and-comers and sports veterans alike navigate the big league and all of the pitfalls that come with it. Season 3 arrives in July joining seasons 1-2 already available On Demand.

Kingdom tells the story of Alvey Kulina, a retired Mixed Martial Arts fighter turned trainer, as he juggles running his gym and keeping his family united.

Foxtel’s other July arrivals include season 1 of the new Lifestyle show, Common Sense, a topical news show that features everyday people trying to make sense of the news of the week; season 1 of Court Justice: Sydney, the ground breaking documentary series that takes a first-hand look inside one of the world’s busiest local courts; season 2 of the HBO comedy Insecure, which joins season 1 already available; and Top of the Lake season 1.

Foxtel On Demand’s key movies in July also include all six movies from The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings Trilogies, which will air on a special pop-up channel (channel 400) from Friday 7 July, and will also be available to stream, On Demand.

Foxtel is home to a massive selection of many of the world’s most popular shows, from our own locally produced hits to must see programs from around the globe.

FOXTEL STIRS THINGS UP IN THE KITCHEN

Settle in with recipes the whole family can follow
Available to stream on Foxtel NOW

Tired of staring into the pantry or fridge and coming up empty on what to cook? Foxtel serves up inspiration with a delicious line-up of the best cooking series available on demand for the entire family to enjoy.

Kicking off today, Foxtel’s COOKING AT HOME on demand compilation will feature all your favourite celebrity chefs including Jamie Oliver, Mary Berry, Donna Hay, Nadiya Hussain, Anna Olsen, Paul Hollywood, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Donal Skehan, Lorraine Pascale and Nigella Lawson.

For those new to the kitchen scene, Jamie Oliver has you covered. Jamie’s Quick & Easy Food is the ultimate set of five-ingredient recipes. Everything is quick to make, and easy to remember – the perfect choice for all cooking levels. Sizzling seared scallops, chicken pot pie, apple crumble cookies and garlic mushroom pasta are just some of the recipes you can try your hand at in this 18 episode series. It’s a new spin on fast food, as Jamie presents the ultimate set of go-to recipes for speedy and easy-to-remember cooking.

Australia’s favourite cookbook author, Donna Hay, embarks on the ultimate food adventure, taking simple recipes and giving them her signature healthy makeover in two series, Donna Hay Basics To Brilliance and Donna Hay Basics To Brilliance Kids. In episode one of Basics To Brilliance , Donna shows you how to master the perfect pork belly, which can then be used to create pork pancakes with pickled vegetables and hoisin sauce, as well as a pork belly rice bowl with bok choy and chilli. And for those looking for new ways to entertain the kids at home, Donna Hay Basics To Brilliance Kids will allow the little cooks in the house to create delcious treats such as Donna’s ultimate chocolate fudge cake, jars of her crunchy granola, better-for-you chocolate crackles and, of course, cupcakes! By making the recipes super-easy for the whole family to cook, everyone can master the basics, then turn them into brilliance.

To test your skills and tantalise the tastebuds Foxtel’s COOKING AT HOME on demand compilation also includes Nigella: At My Table, River Cottage Autumn, Nadiya’s Family Favourites , Jamie’s Super Food Family Classics , Bake with Anna Olsen , Paul Hollywood: A Baker’s Life and Lorraine Pascale: How To Be A Better Cook .

And from Saturday April 4, Foxtel will satisfy the sweet tooth with the SWEETS & TREATS on demand compilation. Easter is fast approaching, so what better excuse to get out the apron and get inspired with the sweetest programs on television.

Chocolate lovers rejoice! Inside Hotel Chocolat follows chocolatiers as they develop and pitch new creations and reveal how Britain’s largest independent chocolate company prepares for the biggest seasons in the chocolate calendar while Extreme Chocolate Makers takes chocolatiering to the next level with amazing creations such as a metre high, white chocolate fairy castle, a four-foot replica of Big Ben, and a life-size record player.

For Easter lunch inspiration Mary Berry’s Easter Feasts has you sorted with recipes such as handmade hot cross buns, slow roast shoulder of lamb with sliced potatoes, roasted vegetable quiche, cardamom and white chocolate sponge and Easter biscuits.

Foxtel’s SWEETS & TREATS on demand compilation also includes The Great British Bake Off, Extreme Cake Makers, The Great British Bake Off Easter Special, Flour Power, Mary’s Kitchen Crush, The Great Australian Bake off, Paul Hollywood: A Baker’s Life and Bake with Anna Olsen.

All of Foxtel’s cooking series are available to stream for Foxtel subscribers On Demand via internet connected IQ boxes, on smartphones and tablets using the Foxtel GO app, and via Foxtel Now.