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ABC iview’s arrival positions Foxtel as Australia’s largest source of streaming content with ABC programming now sitting alongside Netflix
Featuring fanged water creatures, housing commission witches, bloody bush ghouls, a deadly insomniac and the brutal underbelly of sex slavery, Dark Place will keep viewers on the edge of their seats.
There’s plenty of space, sci-fi and out-of-this-world content for kids and families too.
Trip For Biscuits is a fast-paced 18 x 10 minute disaster-comedy series that follows Bajo (Steven O’Donnell) and his misfit crew at PI firm Spatial and Extra-terrestrial Phenomena Investigations (SEPI) as they try to carry out their bizarre missions.
After capturing the nation’s hearts and Facebook accounts during the 2016 Federal election campaign, Sammy J, the self-proclaimed political tragic, returns with his latest installment of Sammy J’s Playground Politics – Tis The Season To Be Pollie.
Three new 6 x 5 minute narrative comedy web series, Goober, Almost Midnight and Lost in Pronunciation – all collaborations between ABC and the South Australian Film Corporation - will launch exclusively on ABC iview during the Christmas/New Year week.
This new 10-part series features television shows selected from the goldmine that is the ABC archive. Mastermind, Harry Butler in the Wild and Patrol Boat are just some of the gems that have been dusted off and creatively re-voiced, giving them the comedy makeover they deserve.
A record number of Australian children are engaging with the ABC’s digital offerings, with the network’s flagship children’s apps, ABC KIDS iview and ABC KIDS Play, achieving over a million downloads since their launch in 2015.
What could be more awkward (or more entertaining) than Luke McGregor talking about sex? Oh wait...Luke McGregor trying to get better at sex. Yep way more awkward and seriously funnier.