Reality TV streaming service hayu launches in Australia

Brodie Fogg 22 March 2016

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The world's first streaming service dedicated solely to reality TV launches in Australia today. Here's everything you need to know about hayu.

Australian reality TV fanatics, your time has come. NBCUniversal's streaming service hayu has reached Australian shores bringing with it a slew of shows normally reserved for Foxtel or iTunes, like Made in ChelseaThe Real HousewivesTop ChefI Am Cait and The Millionaire Matchmaker. If you like overdosing on reality TV, this is one very affordable treat.

30-day free trial with hayu

Binge over 3,000 episodes of reality TV, including Keeping up with the Kardashians, Made in Chelsea, and Real Housewives.

What you need to know about hayu

  • hayu users get access to over 3,000 episodes from over 127 different series. We've rounded up a full list of absolutely everything that's on offer. One big benefit: hayu gets same-day access to new episodes when they're broadcast in the US, so you won't have to wait months for the latest on the Kardashians.
  • Access to curated entertainment news and gossip, sorted by show
  • The ability to share Vine-like "snippets" from your favourite reality TV shows and celebrities (you don't have to be a paying subscriber to view these)
  • New customers are eligible for a 30-day free trial (available through hayu's website)
  • hayu is also available in the United Kingdom and Ireland, but unlike Netflix, our libraries are nearly identical. We compared what was on offer and there's only a very small amount of content that isn't available across all three launch countries.

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