Where to watch HBO’s Bored to Death online in Australia

Olivia Harris 19 October 2017

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As an author, Jonathan Ames always dreamed of a more exciting life, and after a strange turn of events, Jonathan uses his knowledge of crime novels to solve cases.

HBO’s Bored to Death is a clever story about a young writer who takes on a second job after a painful breakup. As a private detective without a legal license, Jonathan (Jason Schwartzman) becomes entwined in the world of crime.

Rather than face his responsibilities as an adult, Jonathan dives into his fantasies, going to extremes in his detective work and false heroism, which results in wild and crazy antics.

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To watch HBO’s Bored to Death online in Australia, have a look at the links below.

Season One

Released 2009

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Released 2010

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Released 2011

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