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As two new streaming services launch in 2021, Australians are asked if they’re ready for more in an already saturated streaming market.
Horror streaming service Shudder has finally brought its terrifying catalogue to Australian screens.
Are you tired of being enabled by Netflix, with its long list of long content that seduces you into consecutive binge-watching sessions? Try Quibi, the streaming service that’ll give you big stories in quick bites.
It’s like fashion photographer Bill Cunningham said, “Fashion is the armour to survive the reality of everyday life.” And, with everyday life looking a little like the start of the apocalypse, it’s time to suit up with some fashion show must-streams.
After obsessing over Netflix documentary Cheer, we interviewed Brisbane’s own cheersquad, The Brisbane Broncos Cheerleaders. And there is definitely more to cheerleading than high kicks and pom poms.
The thunderous hum from above alerts the men. They rush outside to see an aircraft drop its destruction. As the bomb explodes, the men have already mobilized; they jump into a truck and head directly for the bombed site. In the rising grey dust of chaos, the men in the white helmets are Syriaâ€™s first responders, a civilian group who search for survivors trapped within the rubble.
Grace and FrankieÂ is a single camera sitcom built on a simple premise: Thirty minutes with Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin is always time well spent.
Part of Netflixâ€™s growing library of original content (includingÂ House of Cards,Â BloodlineÂ and this primary coloured nightmare) …
Foxtel have come under scrutiny in past years for their failure to remain competitively priced on their most popular content. Now that Foxtelâ€™s Presto has been dropped in price, will we see more competition between the major players?