Binge now available to XBOX users


Available to stream on select XBOX models, including Series X, Series S, One S and One X

From Monday, December 5, Binge is now available to stream on select XBOX models, including Series X, Series S, One S and One X.

XBOX users with a compatible TV can access Binge’s suite of entertainment, including the year’s biggest hits, Logie-Award-winning Binge original series, Love Me, House of the Dragon, Euphoria, The White Lotus and breakthrough Australian crime drama The Twelve.

Additionally, users can access series like Friends, Parks and Recreation, American Horror Stories, The Walking Dead, and reality shows like Below Deck Mediterranean and The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

Executive director of Binge, Alison Hurbert-Burns, said: “We know people have been asking for it, so I am thrilled that we can now offer XBOX users the very best of drama, lifestyle, reality, docos and movies that are available on Binge.

“And with a sizzling summer line-up including the highly anticipated post-apocalyptic series The Last of Us, the biggest and best collection of WWE content, and Binge’s new Australian original comedy, Colin from Accounts, if you want the world’s best entertainment – you need Binge.”

To celebrate the launch of Colin from Accounts, Hurbert-Burns and her team at the streaming service recently held a world premiere of the first two episodes of the series at Paddington’s Chauvel Cinemas.

Colin From Accounts

The talented real-life couple of Patrick Brammall and Harriet Dyer had just arrived back from their Hollywood base to help launch the series they created, executive produced and wrote, oh and starred in. They were joined by a mix of cast members, industry colleagues and executives from the production house Easy Tiger and the Foxtel Group.

The comedy tells the story of Ashley (Dyer) and Gordon (Brammall), two single(ish), complex humans who are brought together by a car accident and an injured dog.

The eight episodes of Colin From Accounts dropped on Binge and Foxtel on December 1.

See also: Binge’s quirky Aussie comedy Colin From Accounts setting world alight

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