Basketball fans are revving up for the 2017-18 NBA season, which kicks off next Wednesday morning in Australia with a huge double-header: Boston plays Cleveland and the Rockets face off against the perennial superteam, the Warriors. For NBA fans in Australia, there are a few ways to watch, and we break down the cheapest right here.
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Rather than competing, Dendy and Foxtel have teamed up - and they have a plan they say will create "a more sustainable distribution strategy" for niche feature and documentary films.
"Selected films" will get a theatrical season at Dendy Cinemas (and partnering exhibitors) - than a week later they will launch a premium on demand season on Dendy Direct and Foxtel Store.
Well that's it folks: the season finale has been and gone, the endgame is all set up and we're settling in to wait for a long, long time for the conclusion to this epic. To distract you from the horrifying wait ahead, come in and check out the best reactions, memes and commentary from the season finale: The Dragon And The Wolf.
Did you have a lot to say about this week's episode of Game Of Thrones (which I'm sure you didn't watch last week, right)? Best episode ever, worst episode ever, I'm pretty sure we can at least agree that it was certainly An Episode. Here's some of the best tweets about the bombshell that was Beyond The Wall.
This week's episode of Game of Thrones, Eastwatch, was nowhere near as Earth-shattering as last week's long-awaited installment. But that doesn't mean this week didn't a few great moments that left Twitter feeling just a little shook. Here are some of the best reactions the internet at large had to Eastwatch.
The online demand for Game Of Thrones Season 7 sent Foxtel's servers into meltdown last week. This resulted in thousands of customers being unable to watch the premiere due to "technical glitches" with the service.
After last week's debacle, many customers are understandably anxious about today's episode, which is scheduled to appear at 11am AEST. If you're planning to access the show legally, here are some tips to improve your chances of watching it "live".
The Game Of Thrones Season Premiere last night (or yesterday morning for those watching instantaneously) came after a longer than usual wait, so it's not surprising everyone had something to say about it -- some good and some bad. The premiere wasn't just the most watched episode, but the most tweeted as well, so we've gathered some of the best tweets, memes and reactions.
Foxtel Now was supposed to be the solution to all of Foxtel's problems -- a new streaming service with a new identity, for all Australians. And, for a while, it was great. But come last night and come Game of Thrones, it died. And now the arguments of pirates, so close to being comprehensively defeated, restart anew.
Overnight, Foxtel gave its streaming video service a new name. The prices are the same, and for now there are no new gadgets or hardware to tempt you with. But this is just the first step in a huge transformation in the way Foxtel works and how it sits in Australia's media landscape.
Foxtel Now is, at its core, a re-branding of the company's existing products, but it's also so much more -- it's the first sign we've seen of a serious commitment to the way Australia watches its TV shows and movies in 2017 and beyond.
Whenever we report on Foxtel Play, there will invariably be a reader comment (or ten) lambasting the service's lack of Full HD. Well, it appears the company has finally heard you.
From June 2017, Foxtel Play customers will be able to access shows like Game Of Thrones in high definition. What's more, there will also be the option to stream directly to your TV via Google Chromecast. Here are the details.
Last night, I sat down in front of my TV to watch the Eurovision 2017 Grand Final on SBS. Then I quickly caught up on the day's news on ABC -- I was out for most of the day. I had a bit of a muck around on YouTube. Then I switched over to Foxtel and watched the F1. I did all of this without anything other than a power cable plugged into my TV. And it felt f**king futuristic.