Foxtel is hoping to woo sports fans over to its broadband service with a new bundle that combines the media giant's 200GB broadband and home phone plan with access to Foxtel sports and entertainment packs.
As a tribute to actor, the late James Gandolfini, Foxtel will air a mini-marathon of The Sopranos on the SoHo channel over Saturday and Sunday this weekend. The 10 episodes to be aired are a mixed bag from the show's seven seasons, picked by TIME magazine as the best in an article published in 2007.
Have been feeling like your life is lacking a certain sexy-gory-vampire-ness lately? Never fear, blood-suckers, as True Blood Season 6 kicks off on Foxtel tonight. To air first at 8:30pm on showcase, True Blood Season 6 will be screened on the same day it days in the US, much like Game of Thrones was recently. The first reports are starting to trickle in from the U.S. as we write this, and it sounds crazy - in a good way.
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