Where to watch Designated Survivor online in Australia

Olivia Harris 29 December 2017

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When the President and Vice President are killed in a terrorist attack the next designated politician in power must step up to the task and lead the country.

Designated Survivor is a hit series on ABC where Tom Kirkman (Kiefer Sutherland) must become the President overnight when every other possible politician is killed in a bombing. Despite being a low-level cabinet member, he was sworn in as the designated President in the wake of a catastrophic event that wipes out the chain of command. It was only ever supposed to be a safeguard, but when every single person above Kirkman in the line of succession is killed, only he can answer the call.

Kirkman must keep the country calm and running, all while tracking down those responsible for the attack on Washington. Family, friends and his social life are all put on hold as the role proves to be more than he can handle.

For where to watch Designated Survivor online in Australia, check out the links below:

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Released: 2016

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Season 2

Released: 2017

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