Where to watch Geordie Shore online in Australia

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Season 13, Season 14, Season 15, Season 16
Stan
Season 1, Season 1, Season 11, Season 12, Season 13, Season 15, Season 16, Season 17, Season 2, Season 3, Season 4, Season 5, Season 6, Season 7, Season 8, Season 9
iTunes
Season 10, Season 11, Season 12, Season 13, Season 14, Season 15, Season 16, Season 17, Season 18, Season 1Season 19
Microsoft Films and TV

The Geordies are back for an exciting new series, with two new radgies joining the family.

The popular British reality series that follows young men and women as they conquer Newcastle upon Tyne's famous party scene might not constitute prestige television, but it sure is fun to watch. And this season, fans have an extra incentive to tune in.

Besides producers promising a wild ride with friendships pushed to breaking point, season 17 will also see the cast swap Newcastle for Australia and welcome some fresh faces to the mix. As the gang arrives on the Gold Coast, they find they are being joined by a couple of new Geordie housemates and some hot locals to live and party with too. Moreover, Holly Hagan is also set to return, which is definitely cause for celebration.

Take a look at the table above for all the ways to watch Geordie Shore online in Australia.


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