Apple TV now features a full lineup of Australian catch-up services — SBS On Demand, ABC iview, PLUS7, tenplay, Stan and recent addition Channel 9's 9Now.
Here's a quick run down on which shows you can can on each of the services.
9Now on Apple TV offers both live streaming and video catch-up, giving you access to live streams of Channel 9, 9Go!, 9Gem and 9Life, along with thousands of hours of catch-up content. Our pick? Based on the comic series of the same name, iZombie is a must-watch.
SBS On Demand gives you unlimited access to thousands of film and TV show titles — including world news and sports; cult TV series like Vikings; and award-winning feature films and documentaries like Cutie and the Boxer.
With ABC iview you'll never miss a moment of ABC TV — including news, current affairs, favourite children's shows like Play School and Aboriginal superhero series Cleverman.
The PLUS7 App is the easiest way to catch up on your favourite channel 7 TV shows on the go. It offers video streaming of full length episodes as seen on Seven, 7mate, 7TWO and other content partners, and you can also live stream Sunrise and The Morning Show. Kid's show The Deep from Aussie comic writer Tom Taylor is a definite highlight.
Tenplay is the best of TEN, ELEVEN and ONE at your fingertips. Watch your favourite Network Ten shows in superior quality, straight after they air. It's all the Neighbours and Masterchef you can handle.
Enjoy thousands of hours of top programming with Stan, Australia's ticket to incredible video-on-demand content. Play first-run exclusives like Billions; acclaimed shows including Fargo and Transparent; original shows like Wolf Creek; and great kids' shows and blockbuster films.
"Apps have liberated television, allowing viewers to make personal choices on not just what they watch, but when and where they watch it," Apple said of the collaboration.
"Viewers are already enjoying apps such as tenplay, Stan and iTunes to watch TV shows on their mobile devices and computers. With Apple TV and tvOS, developers are creating experiences that will change what viewers expect from their big screen, making TV feel as personal as an iPhone or iPad."