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    Stay safe online and find your favourite film and TV the right way.

    • 08.02.2023
    • By Content Cafe

    Did you know that 75% of people who pirate online have experienced a cyber security issue?* That’s a whopping 6.3 million Aussies who have been impacted by malware, fraud, lost or exposed their personal details, or had their device hacked**.  

    There really is a plethora of legal content online that you can enjoy at your leisure, most of them have flexible payment options which allow you to dip in, and dip out, and many are free, thanks to Australia’s robust free-to-air offering.

    If you’re wondering why it matters? Just remember that if you love to watch film and TV then watching it via legal platforms will ensure creators get paid and can continue bringing you the content you love.

    Do you need a little help finding something to watch? Try one of these sites:

    Just Watch aggregates all of the legal online content services in one app. What sets Just Watch apart is the intuitive user experience, with personal recommendations and an easy to maintain watch list for films and TV shows. Users can create watch lists and track content they want to watch across streaming and buy/rent.

    Download the Just Watch app:

    Flicks serves up showtimes and release dates for cinema and TV content, available at the movies or via streaming. What makes this site special is the engaging curation of content from Flicks’ in-house editorial team to help viewers choose something good to watch and where to watch it – either at home or the cinema. Signing up to Flicks emails is a great place to start if overwhelmed by choice.

    Visit Flicks:


    The best online subscription services, when you want non-stop content

    Binge – From $10 per month

    Stan –From $10 per month

    Netflix – From $6.99 per month

    Amazon Prime – $14.00 per month

    Disney+ – $13.99 per month

    Apple TV+ – $9.99 per month

    Paramount+ – $8.99 per month

    BritBox – $8.99 per month


    For sports fans

    Kayo – $25 per month 


    When you want to buy or rent a specific movie or TV show

    Prime Video –

    Google Play –

    Free Film and  TV online:

    Australia’s vast free-to-air offering lets you watch the latest drama, comedy, news, sport, documentaries and reality TV.

    ABC iview

    SBS On Demand





    If you have a library card at a participating library then you can access Kanopy, a free streaming service with thousands of films available.

    This article was first published on Content Cafe