Where to watch HBO’s Animals online in Australia

Olivia Harris 19 October 2017

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New York is crawling with life, and not just with humans. Animals have a life of their own in the big city. HBO’s Animals uncovers these creatures' stories as they go through their own problems and issues.

Animals is an all-new animated comedy for adults from HBO. It is centred on the life of the animals living in New York City and the various stories happening in the city at any time. From rats, pigeons and even bedbugs, each episode features all new characters and guest stars. Each animal in the show is experiencing some form of issue ranging from a midlife crisis, a lovelorn heart or questioning their own gender.

Watch HBO's Animals with a two-week free trial from Foxtel Now

See life from a furrier perspective by watching the first two seasons of Animals for free thanks to Foxtel Now.

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Watching these non-human urbanites experience their existential woes makes us realize these animals are closer to us than we know. To watch HBO’s Animals online in Australia, have a look at the links below for where to find each season.

Season One

Released 2016

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Season Two

Released 2017

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