Where to watch Divorce online in Australia
The dramedy, starring Sarah Jessica Parker and Thomas Haden Church as a couple calling it quits, makes for compulsively watchable TV.
As the title suggests, this HBO series follows a couple going through a long, drawn-out divorce. Sarah Jessica Parker plays Frances Dufresne, a married woman who has an affair. Her hapless husband Robert is portrayed by Thomas Haden Church. When the affair is discovered, they decide to split up.
The series then follows their relationship as they try to come to terms with the separation and figure out what happens next. The cast also includes Molly Shannon, Talia Balsam, and Tracy Letts.
The show’s dark humour and the chemistry between the characters really make Divorce stand out from the crowd. Both Parker and Church give stellar performances, aided by the solid supporting cast. While the series isn’t laugh-out-loud funny, it’s a smart look at how a relationship between a divorcing couple evolves, especially when kids are involved. Turns out, there’s plenty of wry humour in domestic turmoil.
Divorce received positive reviews upon its release, with critics especially praising Season 2 due to its lighter, but witty tone.
Where to stream Divorce
Divorce just concluded its second season. There's no news concerning renewal yet, but it’s likely that HBO will greenlight a new season for 2019. Until then, the show’s first two instalments are available on Foxtel on demand. So if you’re eager to tune in and have Foxtel Drama, you’re all set. Just use the Foxtel app, included for free with your subscription.
Otherwise, you’ll need a Foxtel Now account to stream the first two seasons of the series. Foxtel Now allows you to watch Foxtel channels live over the Internet, but also binge content from the on demand library anytime. To watch Divorce, you’ll need either the Pop or Drama Starter Packs. The packs cost $15/month each or you can get them both at a discount, for only $25/month.
Foxtel Now is available on a variety of devices – computers, smartphones, tablets, PS4, Telstra TV, Chromecast/Airplay, and the Foxtel Now box. There are no contracts involved, so you can cancel your subscription anytime. Plus, there’s a 10-day free trial available for new customers!
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