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Foxtel’s Guide to the Royal Wedding Watch Live or Stream On Demand and on Foxtel Now

Media Release: Tuesday May 1, 2018
Foxtel’s Guide to the Royal Wedding
Watch Live or Stream On Demand and on Foxtel Now^

Congratulations Prince Harry and Meghan Markle! The date is set for the upcoming Royal Wedding on Saturday May 19, 2018. Who’s doing the dress? Where will the guests sit? What will the cake be like? Foxtel has everything you need to know about the event of the year – feel like you’re on the guest list and watch it all from home.

Starting the week of the wedding from Sunday May 13 and continuing throughout the month, Foxtel will celebrate the happy couple with Royal Wedding themed programming, live event coverage, Royal documentaries, special wedding news reports, the history of Harry and Meghan, lifestyle programming, dramas, movies and music.

UKTV will show the BBC’s live, uninterrupted coverage of the Royal wedding on the evening of May 19. Other Australian premiere programming includes HBO’s The Royal Wedding Live With Cord and Tish starring Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon; Live From The Royal Wedding and The Royal Wedding Rundown on E!; Dater’s Handbook starring Meghan Markle on Universal Channel; television specials When Harry Met Meghan, Big Royal Wedding Extravaganza, Prince Harry: From Hellraiser To Husband, and Meghan Markle: How To Be A Royal on Lifestyle; and Four Royal Weddings and a Funeral and Operation Royal Wedding both on National Geographic. All these new programs will be available to stream On Demand and on Foxtel Now.

Foxtel is the place to go for up-to-the-minute news coverage on Sky News and CNN, and over 20 channels will celebrate with a range of specials covering everything from Harry and Meghan’s road to the altar, their very different childhoods, the Royal Family, and the wedding day itself.

-Brad

Foxtel brings Australians unlimited streaming and entertainment New unlimited broadband and entertainment plans offer super reliable, super-fast streaming for video hungry Australians

Media Release: Friday April 20, 2018

Foxtel brings Australians unlimited streaming and entertainment
New unlimited broadband and entertainment plans offer super reliable, super-fast streaming for video hungry Australians

Foxtel today announced that it was going all-in on unlimited data broadband plans for all new customers. The move is designed to simplify Foxtel’s broadband offering by removing the guesswork common to broadband plans, while placing increased emphasis on an entertainment-based plan designed for streaming.

Existing Foxtel TV customers looking to add broadband can subscribe to an unlimited Foxtel Broadband plan for an extra $75^ per month on a 24 month contract, in addition to their Foxtel TV subscription, or for an extra $65` per month when added to a Foxtel Platinum HD subscription with no lock in contract.

In addition, new Foxtel Broadband customers on the nbnTM will benefit from Foxtel’s Plus speed (nbn 50) included with all unlimited plans; with typical busy period speeds of 42.4Mbps1 – that’s five times the speed of the average Australian ADSL connection2 and three times the speed of the Basic nbnTM service3.

Foxtel Broadband is purpose built for entertainment and is designed to stream the best in sport, movies and TV, featuring every live game of the NRL, AFL, WAFL, F1, V8s, A-League, Super Rugby and more along with premium local and international programming, including Westworld, Fear the Walking Dead, The Americans, Gifted, Barry and upcoming Foxtel originals, like Picnic at Hanging Rock and Wentworth, streamed live or on demand.

Foxtel Broadband Unlimited bundles feature:
• Reliable service – Foxtel Broadband bundles are available on ADSL or on the nbnTM, with Plus speed (nbn 50) included1 on all new nbnTM unlimited broadband plans;
Optimised modem for video streaming – The Foxtel WiFi modem delivers improved WiFi speeds and great in-home coverage enabling easy HD video streaming to multiple devices and comes free on a 24-month contract or for existing Platinum HD customers on the unlimited broadband plan;
YouTube HD verified4 (as at March 1 2018) quality video streaming for less buffering and superior HD quality. Over 90 percent of YouTube videos streamed in peak hour are delivered in HD;
Unlimited standard local and national calls6 included in unlimited broadband bundles;
Easy management of all Foxtel services with the convenience of a single bill, one point of contact and 24/7 technical support.

Foxtel’s ADSL Broadband bundles are ‘nbnTM ready’, meaning current and new customers on Foxtel ADSL Broadband plans today will be able to easily switch their service to the nbnTM network without needing to recontract5.

Foxtel offers a range of nbn™ and ADSL broadband and home phone bundles that are designed to deliver easy streaming in HD to multiple devices throughout customers’ homes:

^Min cost ranges from $2,424 (Entertainment) to $5,040.06 (all channel packs plus HD) on a 24 month direct debit plan when Unlimited Broadband is added to an existing non-Platinum HD TV pack.

`Min cost $202 on direct debit for 1 month including the current monthly Foxtel Platinum HD TV subscription.

=Min cost $2,649 based on unlimited broadband and entertainment bundle on a 24 month direct debit plan, including $100 standard TV install fee and $125 Foxtel iQ3 equipment fee.

*Min cost $5,073.06 based on unlimited broadband and Platinum HD bundle on a 24 month direct debit plan, including $100 standard TV install fee, $125 Foxtel iQ3 equipment fee and a 1c per channel per year charge for Chelsea TV, LFCTV and MUTV.

Standard terms: Offers only apply if bundled at same address. Cancellation fee applies for fixed term contracts. For existing Platinum HD customers, if you’re currently on a fixed term contract for TV that will continue to apply. Residential customers and standard install only. Fair Use policy applies. All services may not be available to all homes. A 1c per channel per year charge also applies for Chelsea TV, MUTV and LFCTV if Sports is a part of your pack.

nbnTM speeds: The actual speed you will experience can vary due to a number of factors, including the number of devices online at once and the content accessed, your nbnTM technology type, network congestion and local conditions such as wiring at your location. Learn more about what impacts your speed on Foxtel’s nbn™ speeds page.

[1] Based on Foxtel’s typical busy period speed measurement taken between 7pm and 11pm between 15/2/18 and 28/2/18 on the 50/20 nbn wholesale access speed tier. Actual speeds on Fibre to the Basement (FTTB) and Fibre to the Node (FTTN) services will be confirmed once your home is connected.

2 Based on comparing Foxtel’s typical busy period speed measurement taken between 7pm and 11pm between 15/2/18 and 28/2/18 on the 50/20 nbn wholesale access speed tier and the average ADSL speeds quoted in the ACCC’s Measuring Broadband Australia report on 29/3/18.

3 Based on comparing Foxtel’s typical busy period speed measurement taken between 7pm and 11pm between 15/2/18 and 28/2/18 on the 50/20 and 12/1 nbn wholesale access speed tiers. Actual speeds on Fibre to the Basement (FTTB) and Fibre to the Node (FTTN) services will be confirmed once your home is connected.

4 Based on the national Google Video Quality Report as at 01-03-2018

5 Compatible handset required.

6 nbnTM from Foxtel serviceability excludes Satellite and Fixed Wireless networks. Check serviceability at foxtel.com.au/nbn. If you are not yet nbnTM serviceable, we’ll check your ADSL serviceability.

-Brad

LEAH PURCELL, SUSIE PORTER & RARRIWUY HICK join Season 6 Streaming on Foxtel from Tuesday, June 19

Foxtel today announced acclaimed Australian actors Leah Purcell and Susie Porter along with one of Australia’s rising stars Rarriwuy Hick will join the cast of Wentworth for Season 6, which premieres on Tuesday June 19 – streamed on Foxtel Now and seen on Foxtel’s showcase.

Leah Purcell plays Rita Connors who presents as a spirited, independent indigenous woman, closely affiliated with the Conqueror biker gang. Rita arrives at Wentworth on remand with her trial and sentence pending for Robbery Armed with an offensive weapon.

Leah Purcell said “When I was approached to be part of the Wentworth family, I couldn’t believe it. I’ve watched the show from the very first series, not just to support Australian drama but also because of all the amazing, talented, beautiful and strong female actors that make up this show. I love it!

“Being able to collaborate on Rita and help with her storyline was a privilege. You dream of this type of role; it’s normally the blokes that get all the kick-arse characters, the physical aspect to her was a big plus. Developing her with all the talented and supportive people behind and in front of the camera, with the whole Wentworth team; what an honour.”

Susie Porter enters Wentworth as powerful and feared criminal matriarch Marie Winter. Marie is a seducer and the lynch pin behind a diverse sex trafficking and prostitution industry. But despite controlling a criminal empire, she has never been to jail, always managing to cleverly remain at arm’s length from the law until now with her sentence pending for Assault – Reckless infliction of grievous bodily harm.

Susie Porter said “I absolutely loved working on Wentworth season 6. It’s amazing to be part of such female driven show. The storylines are full of twists and turns and the stakes are always high. It’s just so much fun to be part of it.”

Rarriwuy Hick is fit young boxer Ruby Mitchell who finds herself at Wentworth for assault and resisting arrest, putting her promising boxing career on hold. She’s hot-headed, smart-mouthed, funny and loyal. Frustrated by her inability to box, Ruby’s intense flashes of uncontrollable anger see her transferred to H Block during a riot.

Rarriwuy Hick said “For a young actor, the role of Ruby is one you dream of coming your way. She’s feisty, funny and incredibly complex which makes playing her challenging and so satisfying. To be part of such a respected ensemble is a real privilege.”

Following season five’s jaw-dropping finale, season six resumes with almost all of Wentworth’s inmates and officers stunned by the apparent joint escape of Franky Doyle (Nicole da Silva) and Joan Ferguson (Pamela Rabe).

As Sonia Steven’s (Sigrid Thornton) life and Vera Bennett’s (Kate Atkinson) career hang in the balance, Kaz Proctor (Tammy MacIntosh) steels herself for Top Dog duties again and the truth surrounding the Freak’s demise weighs heavily on Will Jackson (Robbie Magasiva) and Jake Stewart (Bernard Curry). Boomer (Katrina Milosevic) pieces together the events of Sonia’s now apparent poisoning and Liz (Celia Ireland) is targeted, while Allie (Kate Jenkinson) finds solice for a short moment in avenging Bea’s death – however, peace is only fleeting behind the walls of Wentworth.

Wentworth is a FremantleMedia Australia production for Foxtel with FremantleMedia Australia Director of Drama Jo Porter and Foxtel’s Head of Drama Penny Win as executive producers. Pino Amenta is series producer for season six. The directors are Kevin Carlin, Fiona Banks, Roger Hodgman and Sian Davies. The writers are John Ridley, Pete McTighe, Andrew Anastasios and Marcia Gardner, who is both script producer and writer.

Wentworth boast numerous awards and nominations locally and internationally including most recently the fifth season was nominated for two AACTA Awards for Best Television Drama and Best Actress in a Drama Series – Pamela Rabe and won Subscription Television Award for Best New Talent – Zahra Newman.

Wentworth is distributed by FremantleMedia International and has been sold to 141 international territories.

-Brad

Pirates Of The Caribbean Pop-Up Movie Channel This Easter Long Weekend from Friday March 30 to Monday April 2, 2018 on Foxtel iQ or stream on Foxtel Now Movies also available On Demand for two weeks

Pirates Of The Caribbean Pop-Up Movie Channel
This Easter Long Weekend from Friday March 30 to
Monday April 2, 2018 on Foxtel iQ or stream on Foxtel Now
Movies also available On Demand for two weeks

Foxtel Movies are setting sail with the complete Pirates Of The Caribbean collection for a special Pop-Up movie channel event. Board the Black Pearl this Easter Long Weekend and embark on a swashbuckling adventure through the Caribbean to the world’s very end.

Every film in the “Pirates” franchise features an all-star cast led by Johnny Depp as the savvy and eccentric Captain Jack Sparrow. Legendary Pirate of the Seven Seas, and Captain of the Black Pearl, Jack Sparrow is the irreverent trickster of the Caribbean. A Captain of equally dubious morality and sobriety, a master of self-promotion and self-interest, he fights a constant and losing battle with his own best tendencies.

Join Captain Jack Sparrow and his rag-tag crew of misfits from 6am Friday March 30 to Monday April 2. The Pirates Of The Caribbean Pop-Up movie channel is available in HD to Foxtel Movies and Foxtel Platinum subscribers on Channel 400 or streamed on Foxtel Now. All the films from the Pop-Up movie channel will be available in Foxtel’s On Demand menu on both the iQ and Foxtel Now for two weeks from Friday March 30 until April 15, 2018.

Pirates Of The Caribbean: Curse Of Black Pearl (2003): This heroic tale follows Pirate, Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) and resourceful blacksmith, Will Turner (Orlando Bloom) as they search for the love of Will’s life, Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley). Elizabeth is the daughter of the Governor (Jonathan Pryce) and has been kidnapped by the feared Captain Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush). Little do they know, but the fierce and clever Barbossa, along with his large crew, are under an ancient curse, doomed for eternity to neither live, nor die. That is, unless a blood sacrifice is made.

Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (2006): Captain Jack Sparrow is reminded he owes a debt to Davy Jones (Bill Nighy) who captains the Flying Dutchman, a ghostly ship with a crew from hell. Facing the “locker”, Jack must find the heart of Davy Jones but to save himself he needs the help of quick-witted Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann. If that’s not complicated enough, Will and Elizabeth are sentenced to hang, unless Will can get Jack’s enchanted compass and hand it over to Lord Cutler Beckett (Tom Hollander).

Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World’s End (2007): Lord Cutler Beckett, now with control of Davy Jones’ heart, forms a dark alliance with him in order to rule the seas and wipe out the last of the Pirates. Captain Jack, Barbossa, Will, Elizabeth and crew must call all the Pirate Lords from the four corners of the globe to work together and make their final stand for freedom against Beckett, Jones, Norrington (Jack Davenport), the Flying Dutchman, and the entire East India Trading Company.

Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011): Captain Jack Sparrow crosses paths with a beautiful woman from his past Angelica (Penelope Cruz), and he’s not sure if it’s love – or if she’s a ruthless con artist who’s using him to find the fabled Fountain of Youth. When she forces him aboard the Queen Anne’s Revenge, the ship of the formidable Pirate Captain Blackbeard (Ian McShane), Jack finds himself on an unexpected adventure in which he doesn’t know who to fear more: Blackbeard or Angelica.

Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017): Captain Jack Sparrow finds the winds of ill-fortune blowing even more strongly when deadly ghost pirates led by his old nemesis, the terrifying Captain Salazar (Javier Bardam), escape from the Devil’s Triangle, determined to kill every pirate at sea. Captain Jack’s only hope of survival lies in seeking out the legendary Trident of Poseidon, but to succeed he needs the help of Will and Elizabeth’s son, Henry Turner (Brenton Thwaites), the mysterious Carina Smyth (Kaya Scodelario), and his old ‘frenemy’ Captain Barbossa.

For more information, please visit foxtelmovies.com.au.

-Brad

Foxtel boosts movie line up – adds new channel and expands On Demand library

Media Release: Monday March 5, 2018
Foxtel boosts movie line up – adds new channel and expands On Demand library

Foxtel Movie Greats launches Friday March 23
Also available On Demand and streamed on Foxtel Now

Foxtel has announced changes to its popular movie services, including the addition of a new channel dedicated to the all-time greatest movies ever made and a new “golden oldies” library available On Demand.

The new channel, Foxtel Movie Greats, will launch on Friday March 23 and will also be available on streaming service, Foxtel Now.

Brian Walsh, Foxtel Executive Director of Television, said: “We know how much our customers love movies and we recognise how important it is for them to have choice. That includes movies of every genre and from every decade. We recognised a gap in not providing a service dedicated to the all-time movie greats and that is why this new channel has been added to the line-up.

“Foxtel Movie Greats will be carefully curated with a wide selection of outstanding motion pictures from every major Hollywood studio, including 20th Century Fox, Disney, Warners, Sony, Paramount, Universal and MGM. The channel will feature titles from Hollywood’s illustrious past through to modern classics. It will mean that Foxtel customers will now have the choice of 10 dedicated movie channels, including our incredibly successful Pop-Up Movie channel,” he said.

“All movies on Foxtel are available in HD and ad-break free with fresh titles added to the line-up every week – combined with over 1200 movies to watch On Demand – including the World Movies service, making the Foxtel Movies offer compelling and the best currently available on the market.”

The new Foxtel Movie Greats channel will feature the most-acclaimed actors and actresses of all time including Meryl Streep, Audrey Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor, Clint Eastwood, Kiefer Sutherland, Tom Cruise, as well as notable comics Eddie Murphy, Goldie Hawn and Dan Aykroyd, and fan favourites Molly Ringwald, John Travolta, Demi Moore, Rob Lowe, and Sean Astin.

Key titles during launch include King Kong, An Officer And A Gentleman, Kramer vs. Kramer, Saturday Night Fever, The Godfather, Greatest Show On Earth, Risky Business, Flying High and Flying High 2, Chariots of Fire, Escape from Alcatraz, Death On The Nile, Murder On The Orient Express, Pretty In Pink, The Goonies, St. Elmo’s Fire, Trading Places, and all time classics such as My Fair Lady, Cleopatra, The Great Escape, Ben-Hur, War & Peace, The Ten Commandments and many more.

Brian Walsh added: “We have secured brand new digitally remastered prints of many of the titles, which look stunning. For a great many of the movies, this is the first time they will be seen in glorious HD, which will add to the magic,” he said.

In addition to the introduction of Movie Greats, Foxtel has also announced that veteran movie critic, Bill Collins, will be part of an expanded On Demand library service available to subscribers, also from March 23.

“Bill is a much loved and highly respected movie reviewer, currently celebrating 55 years on Australian television, 23 of those with Foxtel,” continued Brian Walsh. “From next month, Bill’s popular “Golden Years Of Hollywood” will be available On Demand, with a dedicated section of the On Demand library boasting a large number of Bill’s personal favourites and the all-time classics from Hollywood’s golden age. It will be a real treasure trove of movie masterpieces,” he said.

Titles available in Bill Collins’ On Demand library, will include, at launch, All About Eve, All That Heaven Allows, Sunset Boulevard, The Wizard Of Oz, Singin In The Rain, An American In Paris, Casablanca, The Philadelphia Story, The African Queen, Auntie Mame, The Postman Always Rings Twice and Magnificent Obsession.

“There really hasn’t been a better time to have Foxtel Movies and Foxtel Movies On Demand,” concluded Brian Walsh. “All the movie premieres, all the masterpieces, all the blockbusters and the much loved favourites, available both through our dedicated channels and the On Demand library. Lights down, curtain up!”

The Foxtel Movie Greats channel will be available in HD to Foxtel Movies and Foxtel Platinum subscribers on Channel 403. Over 60 of the key films from the new Foxtel Movie Greats channel will be available to watch from Foxtel’s On Demand library and will be streamed on Foxtel Now.

For more information, please visit foxtelmovies.com.au.

-Brad

Foxtel expands drama offering Increased On Demand library and more complete seasons on BoxSets showcase set to be super drama channel – new home for FX Originals

Media Release: Thursday March 1, 2018
Foxtel expands drama offering
Increased On Demand library and more complete seasons on BoxSets
showcase set to be super drama channel – new home for FX Originals

Foxtel today announced more new content and a large range of popular complete seasons will be added to its On Demand service^ and showcase will become a drama “super channel” filled with a slate of Foxtel original dramas and exclusive, first-run premium drama titles express from the US.

showcase will begin screening a raft of FX Originals making it the lead destination for premium drama titles including the exclusive Australian premiere of Ryan Murphy’s highly anticipated The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story and American Horror Story: Cult, both coming soon – premiere dates to be announced.

Foxtel has also secured, from FX, the Australian premiere of new series Snowfall, Pose and Trust, along with Legion and the return of The Americans and Feud. New episodes of fan favourite Lucifer will screen on FOX8.

showcase will also be home to the first-run of hit series, The Walking Dead, Fear the Walking Dead and Talking Dead, all from America’s AMC Network.

Foxtel is working with key suppliers, including FX, 21st Century Fox, Warner Bros., MGM, Sony and Disney to ensure a large range of popular complete seasons will also be added to the Foxtel On Demand service, Foxtel’s BoxSets channel, and the showcase HD channel.

Brian Walsh, Foxtel Executive Director of Television, said, “These exciting new developments further cements Foxtel’s position as the unrivalled home of the best drama series from Australia and around the world. The addition of a large rich and diverse slate of programs from FX is a huge boost for Foxtel subscribers who love drama.

“We are also adding more content to our On Demand library, bolstering the flexibility of watching even more complete seasons, on demand, all year round – all included as part of a residential subscription.

“showcase is our premium drama destination, offering the strongest line up of acclaimed and award winning drama from around the world. Together with our signature local commissions, showcase is, by any measure, the first choice to see the world’s best. Our customers will see an increase in first run content on showcase with even more great new drama from HBO and Foxtel’s own slate of highly acclaimed Australian productions to look forward to in 2018.

American Crime Story: The Assassination Of Gianni Versace, is the second instalment of FX’s award-winning limited series, and American Horror Story: Cult is the seventh series of the critically acclaimed franchise – both from the creative genius of Emmy®, Golden Globe® and Peabody® Award-winning screenwriter, producer and director, Ryan Murphy.

The Assassination Of Gianni Versace is a story of failed ambition, about how the pursuit of an “American Dream” ended in murder and suicide. The series features an all-star cast with Darren Criss (Glee, American Horror Story), Edgar Ramirez (Zero Dark Thirty, Joy), Academy Award® winner Penelope Cruz (Blow, Vanilla Sky, Vicky Cristina Barcelona), and international pop icon Ricky Martin.

American Horror Story: Cult is a dark, satirical, horror-infused vision of American politics and society set in modern day Michigan. Based on the 2016 US election, the 11-episodes in Cult are more “grounded” meaning there are no supernatural elements as there have been in previous seasons. American Horror Story: Cult is a parody of Trump and Clinton supporters alike but there are also killer clowns who start picking off neighbours leaving behind bloody smiley faces and fear that leads to chaos. Starring series alumni Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters and Cheyenne Jackson, alongside Billie Lourd, Alison Pill, Billy Eichner, and Leslie Grossman.

showcase has long been Australia’s ‘Home of HBO’ featuring must-see programming including Game of Thrones, Westworld – season 2 premieres on showcase Mondays from April 23 express from the US – The Deuce, Divorce, Veep, Ballers and Big Little Lies, along with new arrivals Here and Now, Barry and Succession.

showcase is also the exclusive home to Foxtel’s own award-winning original dramas, which continue to break new ground and win local and international praise. In 2018, TV Week Logie Award and AACTA Award winning Australian dramas Wentworth and A Place to Call Home will return to showcase along with the highly anticipated Picnic at Hanging Rock from May 6, Nash Edgerton’s Mr Inbetween and from Goalpost Pictures, Fighting Season.

A broad range of local drama success stories continue to be available On Demand including Top of The Lake: China Girl, The Kettering Incident, Secret City and more.

Program
Where to watch on Foxtel
​The Walking Dead
​New season premieres on showcase Express from the US from February 26.
All seasons currently available On Demand, showcase and BoxSets.
New season added weekly On Demand.
​Talking Dead
New season on showcase Express from the US from February 26.
New season added weekly On Demand.
Fear the Walking Dead
New season premieres on showcase Express from the US in April.
All seasons on showcase, BoxSets and On Demand.
New season added weekly On Demand.
The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story
New season on showcase coming soon.
New season added weekly On Demand.
American Horror Story: Cult
New season on showcase coming soon.
All seasons available On Demand, showcase and BoxSets.
New season added weekly On Demand.
Legion
New season on showcase coming soon.
All seasons on showcase, BoxSets and On Demand.
Lucifer
New season premieres on FOX8 Express from the US from February 28.
New season added weekly On Demand.
Aquarius
Episodes available on BoxSets and all seasons On Demand.
Better Call Saul
Seasons 1 – 2 on showcase and BoxSets.
Breaking Bad
All seasons on showcase and BoxSets.
Criminal Minds
Episodes available on TVH!TS.
Fargo
Season 2 on showcase and BoxSets.
From Dusk Till Dawn
All seasons on showcase and BoxSets.
Hell on Wheels
All seasons available On Demand.
Homeland
Seasons 1 – 6 available On Demand.
Kingdom
Episodes available on showcase and BoxSets.
Outcast
All seasons On Demand.
Person of Interest
Episodes available on showcase and BoxSets.
Sons Of Anarchy
All seasons on showcase, BoxSets and On Demand.
The Blacklist
Seasons 1 – 3 on showcase.
The Last Ship
Seasons 2 – 3 on BoxSets.
Vikings
Seasons 3 – 4 on BoxSets.

All shows available to view on Foxtel Now. For more information on changes to Foxtel’s program line-up visit: www.foxtel.com.au/channelchanges.

-Brad

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