5 things you need to watch on Presto this October

Australian streaming service Presto has some stellar titles to win over new subscribers from competing services like Stan and Netflix Australia. Next month, Presto will be launching plenty of movie and TV shows for your binge-watching pleasure, and some of them are sought-after titles you’d likely see on the Netflix U.S catalogue. For some who can’t decide what to watch once these become available, we’ve selected the best five titles we think you should watch in October.

The Big Bang Theory S8 (1 October)

Yes, The Big Bang Theory is still a thing but with some quirky characters and some funny story lines to follow, it’s become one of the most popular sitcoms of all time. With the eighth season being available to stream on Presto, it will provide an opportunity for people to catch up with the show and gain some laughs too!

The Walking Dead S6 (12 October)

Zombies, gory scenes and people being thrown into sticky situations, if those are the elements you look for in a TV show then watching The Walking Dead‘s Season 6 is a no brainer. With Halloween being in the same month of release, it’s already a sign that this is a must-watch for those who like their TV drama a little bit chaotic!

True Blood S1-S7 (1 October)

Dabbling across elements of drama, fantasy and all-things supernatural, True Blood has been a popular favourite for people with a fascination on vampires. The series has also earned some nominations and has won a Golden Globe and an Emmy, receiving positive reviews from critics as well.

Miss You Already (2 October)

Starring Drew Barrymore and Toni Collette, the film explores two best friends and their journey with one starting a family and the other battling an illness. Known for its tear-jerking moments while exploring the substance that comes with a life-long friendship, Miss You Already is a perfect addition to your girls night.

Once (1 October)

If you enjoyed watching Begin Again then you’ll definitely love Once. The 2007 romance-musical drama explores the journey of two people; a busker and an immigrant and their week in Dublin. Viewers get the opportunity to see their love story unfold through their passion for song. If you’re into the corny stuff then this title will win you over.

For more information on Presto, head straight to their website here: https://www.presto.com.au/

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