Australian commercial TV networks want more help to compete against Netflix and Disney+, despite more people streaming Aussie TV than ever.
From fashion to food, sport to sound, we’ve gathered some great docuseries to dive into for a binge that educates while it entertains.
This weekend watch comedy greats like Patton Oswalt, Kevin Smith, and Jack Black, wrestlers, actors and more play D&D live online!
A big update for xCloud gaming today, with Xbox announcing availability across 22 countries for Windows 10 PCs and Apple phones and tablets.
In a pre-E3, pre-main Xbox press conference video, Nadella and Spencer delved into the future of Xbox not needing an Xbox at all.
With Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen – plus Aussie Joel Edgerton – returning, the Obi-Wan Kenobi series should be a lot of fun.
Black Widow and Cruella will hit cinemas and Disney+ Premier Access simultaneously, while animated film Luca will get the Soul treatment.
86,174 at the MCG one week, a pandemic the next. Amazon Prime doco The Record celebrates women’s sport while showing how much has changed.
WandaVision’s more personal and grounded approach to MCU storytelling was a treat, even if the final episodes resorted to exposition aplenty.
Streaming analytics show WandaVision overtaking Bridgerton’s popularity, showing Marvel’s strength and episodic TV might be back in vogue.
With the arrival of Star on Disney+ we take the chance to look at the state of the scene. Is there too much or is this the Cambrian explosion we need?
Loki’s Disney+ series gets a confirmed June airing date, continuing Marvel’s big wave of programming coming to the streaming service.
Star, a new channel coming to Disney+ with plenty of new TV shows and movies to stream, launches this week – along with a price increase.
We Australians love being able to watch WandaVision at a reasonable hour. In other news, countries other than America exist.
Binge. Kayo. Presto… Foxtel has a long history of internal fiefdoms actively hurting its efforts to grow new digital services.
Nice, weird, funny and fierce. From Lasso to Mando and more, these are Byteside’s favourite TV shows of 2020.