Final season of Dexter and The Walking Dead season 5 added along with Halt and Catch Fire, Wentworth season 3 and the world premiere of Let’s Talk About made for Presto

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Final season of Dexter and The Walking Dead season 5 added along with Halt and Catch Fire, Wentworth season 3 and the world premiere of Let’s Talk About made for Presto

Presto today announced signature programming set to stream in October, starting with the arrival of the final season of Dexter.  Michael C. Hall (Six Feet Under) stars as Dexter Morgan, a blood splatter expert who doesn’t just solve murders; he commits them. The arrival of the final season wraps up the story of Dexter, the ultimate anti-hero/serial killer committed to only murdering the guilty, and means Presto subscribers can watch all seven seasons of series.

Presto also adds The Walking Dead season 5 to its exclusive line up of this internationally acclaimed zombie-drama based on the comic book series of the same name by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard. The Walking Dead is one of the most watched dramas on Presto and is known as much for its blood-spattered shuffling zombies, gore and violence as it is for its emotional, character-driven and dramatic story-telling.

Let’s Talk About, the ambitious short series produced by writer, director and actor Matilda Brown, will have its world premiere on Presto in late October. The 10-part series about being “up the duff” in a relationship that’s only just begun also stars Matilda’s father Bryan Brown (Cocktail) and Richard Davies (Offspring) with each episode taking a hilarious and cheeky look at what to expect when you’re unexpectedly expecting.

Other hit programming arriving on Presto in October includes: 

  • Halt and Catch Fire (season 1) – Return to 1980s where the PC era is about to catch fire and a renegade trio risks everything for their vision of building a computer that can change the future;
  • Wentworth (seasons 1-3) –  Draws on characters and storylines of the iconic Prisoner series as it builds its own brave and bold, contemporary narrative behind the walls of Wentworth prison;
  • Mad Men (seasons 1-7) – Ad exec Don Draper navigates the high-pressure world of Madison Avenue advertising firms balancing his image of a top ad pro with his role as a family man;
  • 30 Rock (seasons 1-7) – Based on the backstage antics at Saturday Night Live, 30 Rock centres on Liz Lemon (Tina Fey), head writer for a live sketch-comedy as she juggles all the egos that surround her while trying to chase her own dreams.

Presto’s curated special collections for October celebrate Halloween and shows for kids featuring both spooky tales and fun family programming:

‘Halloween Films with ‘Grave’ Reviews’

·         Clive Barker’s Hellraiser

·         1408

·         Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark

·         Friday the 13th

·         Paranormal Activity

·         Scream

·         Sinister



‘Sorta Spooky Family Fun for Halloween

·         A Monsterous Holiday

·         Monsters Inc.

·         Bridge to Terabithia

·         Teen Wolf

·         Twitches

·         Casper

·         Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

‘Presto KidsZone Faves’

·         Adventure Time

·         Ben 10

·         Powerpuff Girls

·         Octonauts

·         Hairy Maclairy

·         The Wiggles

‘Terrifying TV’

·         The Walking Dead

·         American Horror Story

·         Bitten

·         True Blood

·         Grimm

·         Penny Dreadful

 Presto Movies and Presto Entertainment subscribers will be able to enjoy new movies being added to the Presto roster in October including:

1 October

  • The Wedding Ringer – Socially awkward Doug Harris (Josh Gad) is two weeks from marrying the girl of his dreams (Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting), but is running out of time to find groomsmen, when he turns to Best Man Inc., a company that provides attendants for friendless grooms.

4 October

  • Minority Report – Tom Cruise plays the head of the ‘Pre-crime’ unit, where police use psychics to arrest murderers before they commit their crime, until one day when Cruise is himself accused of the future murder of a man he’s never met.

11 October

  • Paddington – Paddington, a young bear, sets off on a journey to England in search of a new home and finds himself in the care of the Brown family as he explores the amazing city of London, all the while sought by taxidermist Millicent Clyde (Nicole Kidman) who has designs of her own on his rare hide;

12 October

  • The Gambler – Literature professor Jim Bennett (Mark Wahlberg) leads a secret life as a high-stakes gambler who risks it all when he borrows from a gangster and offers his own life as collateral.
  • The X-Files: I Want to Believe – FBI special agents Mulder and Scully reunite to investigate a missing-persons case and encounter a priest (Billy Connolly) who may or may not be experiencing psychic visions.

19 October

  • The Interview – Dave Skylark (James Franco) and his producer Aaron Rapoport (Seth Rogen) set up an interview with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un when they are recruited by the CIA with an outlandish mission: Assassinate the dictator.

25 October

  • It Follows – After carefree teenager Jay sleeps with her new boyfriend, Hugh for the first time, she learns the horrible news that she has received a curse that is passed from victim to victim and she will now be stalked by a phantom assassin unless she can pass the curse to someone else.

For consumers yet to subscribe, Presto is currently offering new customers a one month free trial^ of the Presto Entertainment bundle subscription, providing access to Presto’s full TV and movie libraries.


About Presto

Presto allows Australians to experience great entertainment on demand, for a low monthly subscription fee. Presto is currently available to its subscribers across Windows PCs, Mac, select iPads/ iPhones, select Android tablets/smartphones, select Samsung Smart TVs and via Google Chromecast. Full list of compatible devices: Subscribers can register up to four compatible devices and watch two devices simultaneously. Presto TV is backed by Foxtel, Australia’s leading subscription television provider, and the Seven Network, Australia’s number one free-to-air network. Presto Movies is owned by Foxtel Management Pty Limited. 

Presto TV ($9.99/month) features a huge library of TV shows from quality production houses including HBO, 20th Century Fox, SHOWTIME®, CBS Studios International, Viacom International Media Networks and Hasbro Studios as well as a range of the best local content from Foxtel, the Seven Network and ABC Commercial. Presto Movies ($9.99/month) features a constantly updated library of recent blockbusters and old favourites from major and key independent film studios including MGM, NBCUniversal, Paramount Pictures, Roadshow Films, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox, The Walt Disney Company, Warner Bros. Entertainment, Entertainment One Films Australia, ICON, Studiocanal and Transmission Films. The Presto Entertainment bundle ($14.99/month) provides subscribers with access to Presto’s full TV and movie libraries.

One month free Presto Entertainment trial
^New subscribers to Presto only. Offer includes a complimentary one month free trial of the Presto Entertainment subscription only. Offer period commences on Presto Entertainment registration date. Offer not transferable or to be used in conjunction with any other offer. Presto Entertainment monthly subscription fees apply by direct debit from expiry of the trial period, unless the trial subscription is cancelled before the end of the trial period. No lock in contract. Full Presto Terms and conditions apply:

Presto terms and conditions
*Presto requires an internet connection, data and a compatible device. There is no ongoing subscription commitment, however Credit Card details must be provided at the time of Presto registration for any ongoing direct debit monthly subscription payments that apply. Monthly subscription fees apply unless you cancel your subscription before the end of a subscribed month. Pro rata monthly subscription fees may be charged to your account if you elect to switch Presto subscriptions before the end of a subscribed month, for details see: Recommended Internet speeds apply. Internet connection with minimum speed of at least 3Mbps required to view Presto. Presto is available over 3G/4G networks and Wi-Fi on compatible devices. ISP and data charges apply unless you connect to Presto via Foxtel Broadband and Telstra fixed broadband. Video quality may vary according to connection type. Only available for use in Australia. Full Presto Terms and Conditions apply, see: FOXTEL Management Pty Limited.

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