On offer will be local dramas including Wentworth, Satisfaction, Love My Way, Spirited, Tangle, Packed to the Rafters, All Saints, City Homicide, Home & Away, Winners & Losers and Always Greener.
But noticeably absent is A Place to Call Home, the very show that both networks have joined forces on. Foxtel is set to screen the first two seasons on air ahead of the third and fourth seasons, exclusively.
Seven will also supply British titles Mr Selfridge, Lewis, A Touch of Frost plus Rosemary and Thyme.
Upcoming US crime drama, Aquarius, staring David Duchovny, will join “soon after launch.”
Shaun James, Director of Presto and On Demand said, “These titles are just a small taste of what both Foxtel and Seven bring to the table for Presto Entertainment. The addition of hit TV shows from our combined libraries of landmark entertainment will add dozens of brilliant programs to Presto Entertainment in the lead up to launch.”
Presto Entertainment, consisting of TV titles, is offered as either a stand-alone service or can be bundled together with Presto Movies via Chromecast, selected Android tablets, iPads, and PC & Mac computers.
A date and pricing have not yet been announced.