Where to watch HBO’s The Night Of online in Australia

Olivia Harris 29 November 2017 NEWS

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A man wakes up after a one-night stand to find the woman he slept with murdered beside him.

HBO’s The Night Of is the story of a fictitious murder case in New York with an intricate and complex motive.

A strange murder has occurred when Nasir “Naz” Khan (Riz Ahmed) wakes to find the woman he had been partying with the night before dead in the bed next to him, stabbed to death and left in a pool of her own blood. Naz is arrested and charged with her murder but claims to be innocent. With no memory of the incident and the murder weapon found on his person things don’t look good for Naz.

The miniseries premiered on HBO in 2016 and season two is in the air with the creators considering bringing the fictional New York setting to audiences once again. For where to watch HBO's The Night Of online in Australia look below for streaming and purchasing options.

Watch The Night Of with a two-week free trial

Watch The Night Of with a two-week free trial from Foxtel Now

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Season One

Released 2017

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Watch HBO’s The Night Of today with iTunes

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