The streaming market just got a little bit more crowded with the launch of 10 All Access earlier this week. The deal is pretty standard - a one month free trial followed by a monthly fee of $9.99 - but does the service measure up to the likes of Stan, Amazon Prime and Netflix?
In this week's episode of WHO's TV podcast, Binge List, the team discuss the initial offering on 10 All Access, which includes original series Tell Me a Story, a crime thriller starring Paul Wesley and Kim Cattrall that's based on fairy tales like Little Red Riding Hood and The Three Little Pigs. Watch the trailer below for a taste of what to expect.
Here's a snapshot of what else you can view on 10 All Access right now:
- Other first-run series Strange Angel, about rocket scientist Jack Parsons (Jack Reynor) who became involved with occult leader Aleister Crowley (Michael Balin), and murder mystery One Dollar.
- The last three seasons of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette.
- Every 2018 episode of Neighbours.
- The first two seasons of The Good Fight, which had their first run on SBS, as well as previous seasons of shows like NCIS, Madam Secretary, Instinct and Blue Bloods.
- All 36 previous seasons of the American version of Survivor, including Survivor: Marquesas, which has never before aired in Australia.
- New seasons of US shows like Hawaii Five-0 and Macgyver.
- Classic series like Melrose Place, Family Ties, Cheers and Frasier.
Despite the extensive - and growing - back catalogue, what 10 All Access is really lacking is exclusive new content, although series scheduled to debut on the platform include new Damon Wayans Jr comedy Happy Together; military drama The Code starring Dana Delany and Australian actor Luke Mitchell; Nina Dobrev's new show, Fam; and The Neighborhood with Cedric the Entertainer and New Girl's Max Greenfield.
Listen to this week's Binge List (below) for more on 10 All Access.