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The best new shows to watch this spring on Freeview!

29 August 2018

If you’re still suffering from the void left by The Handmaid’s Tale, Freeview has a host of shows to catch this spring. With everything from historical drama and thrilling spy games, to reality TV filled with twists and turns, you can catch them all in the one place with Freeview Plus or Freeview FV. Here’s our round up of what you should be watching next.

The Son

Set on the sweeping plains of Texas, this wild west saga from SBS stars Pierce Brosnan as rancher Eli McCullough, who’s violent past and imprisonment with the Native American Comanches wreaks havoc on his family empire. If you’re a fan of historical drama series like Knightfall, you’ll love this epic family tale set in the rugged Texan terrain. Catch The Son on Tuesday evenings.

Killing Eve

Whip-smart MI5 security officer Eve Polastri goes head to head with Villanelle, a brutal hired assassin in a thrilling cat-and-mouse game racing across Europe. As Villanelle taunts Eve with her crimes, both women become mutually obsessed with thwarting the other. A drama that will leave you on the edge of your seat, ABC’s Killing Eve airs Fridays at 8:30pm AEST.

Take Me Out

If you love You Are The One, catch Seven’s newest dating show, Take Me Out, hosted by comedian Joel Creasey. First impressions count as single men are introduced to 30 available ladies. Each contestant will attempt to persuade the panel of women to go out with him on a first date, enticing them with a daring display of skills as well as testimonials from family and friends. Will the panel like what they see? Tune in on Mondays at 7:30pm to find out.    

The Bachelor

The words we’ve all been waiting to hear: “Will you accept this rose?”. Yes, it’s that time of year again as 25 leading ladies go head to head to vie for Nick ‘Honey Badger’ Cummins’ heart. Ten’s new Bachie will begin his quest to find his lady love in a series that’s sure to be filled with laughs, love and a host of drama. Catch the new season of The Bachelor on Wednesday and Thursday nights.

The Block

We know Aussies love a home makeover, so get your own inspo and catch the latest series of Channel 9’s The Block. With some very determined couples, only weeks to turn the notorious Gatwick Hotel into luxury apartments and a life-changing $100,000 prize on the line, watch on as teams out-renovate each other. You can watch The Block every night. 

Missed the latest episode? Catch up with via Freeview Plus or watch it on-the-go with Freeview FV.