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Top 10 new TV series to watch on Foxtel Go now

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Wondering if Foxtel Go or Foxtel On Demand (if you’re already using a Foxtel Box) is worth the stream? Well, it is, because these new TV series are ready for the binge.

And all you need to kickstart your Foxtel streaming is an internet-connected Foxtel iQ or the free Foxtel Go app.

With Foxtel Go and Foxtel On Demand’s neverending supply of content, there’ll always be something to indulge in. But with so much on offer, the decision can be a little daunting.

Never fear, we’ve taken care of the hard part and have collated THE list for the best new tv series available on Foxtel that are ready to stream.

Breeders – Season 1

No matter if you’re a parent or not, this series is guaranteed to have you in tears – tears of laughter that is. Starring Emmy Award winner Martin Freeman and Daisy Haggard, Breeders explores the paradox experienced by parents when they have reached their wit’s end; they would literally die for their children, yet they have a semi-constant desire to kill them. Hilariously relatable, this show is one to watch.


Released 2 March 2020 : 10 episodes


Westworld – Season 3

Westworld is set in a futuristic western-themed amusement park, in which the visitors interact with automatons. However, all hell breaks loose when the robots begin malfunctioning. The third season was highly anticipated, and so far has lived up to expectations – robots, action and some badass characters. The third season of Westworld takes place three months after the events of the second season.


Released 15 March 2020 – 7 episodes (ongoing, released weekly)


The Plot Against America – Season 1, Mini series

The Plot Against America tells the story of an alternate American history during World War II, told through the eyes of a working-class Jewish family in New Jersey. A dramatic mini series that looks at the political rise of Charles Lindbergh, who captures the presidency and turns the nation toward fascism.


Released 16 March 2020 – 6 episodes


Insecure – Season 4

Within the first season, Insecure followed Issa and Molly, who have been best friends since their college days at Stanford. The series unpacks the story of the black female experience of women in their late 20s as they navigate career and relationship challenges while living in Los Angeles, California.


Released 12 April – 2 episodes


Mrs. America – Season 1

MrsAmerica tells the story of the movement to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), and the unexpected backlash led by a conservative woman named Phyllis Schlafly, also known as “the sweetheart of the silent majority.” The series follows Cate Blanchett as the lead and has a stellar cast that depicts the struggle of ERA. 


Released 15 April – 2 episodes (ongoing, released weekly)


The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills – Season 10

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills are back again – for the 10th season. The season will follow the lives and drama of Kyle, Lisa, Erika, Dorit, Teddi, Denise and Garcelle. The first episode sees the cast back with explosive news, fashion and of course, lots and lots of drama!


Released April 15 – 2 episodes (ongoing, released weekly)


Run –  Season 1

This trailer not only showcases a noteworthy cast, but a fast-paced and interesting story and premise. Ruby Richardson honours a pact she made 17 years ago with her college boyfriend, Billy, in which they decided to go on an American tour together if either of them texted the word ‘RUN’.


Being released May 7


I Know This Much Is True – Season 1

This emotive series follows Dominic Birdsey, who revisits his relationship with Thomas, his schizophrenic twin brother, and his efforts to release him from an asylum. The show is based on the second novel by Wally Lamb of the same name published in 1998. This mini series looks as if it will be one for which tissues are needed, but we’re excited for its release.


Being released May 11


The 100 – Season 7

Another reason to be excited for the upcoming month of May, as the seventh, and final season of The 100 will air, wrapping up on its 100th episode. The 100 follows the story of how a nuclear conflict decimated civilisation, and 97 years later, a spaceship accommodating humanity’s lone survivors despatches 100 juvenile delinquents back to the Earth. (Note: unfortunately there is no trailer for season 7 available, so we’re reliving the trailer for Season 1 – so no spoilers!)


Being released May 20


Flack – Season 2

Flack is a drama about a ruthless public-relations professional named Robyn working for a London based firm. Robyn’s ability to get her high-profile celebrity clients out of embarrassing situations is unparalleled, but that, unfortunately, does not mean the same for her own life.  Season 2 sees Robyn putting herself back together again, but who knows what drama will unfold? 


Being released May 25


Need a break from all that TV binging? Then indulge in one of our top picks for underrated Disney movies or one of the best comedy films of all time. Still too much screentime? Then enjoy flicking through the pages of our top reads.

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