Where to watch Last Week Tonight with John Oliver online in Australia

Olivia Harris 27 November 2017

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British comedian and journalist John Oliver breaks down the weekly news from around the world in a satirical, in-depth look at the problems facing us as a society.

HBO’s Last Week Tonight with John Oliver is a comedic look at politics and news from around the world with some harsh truths brought to light each week. The late-night news satire is hosted by John Oliver, a British comedian and journalist who previously worked on Jon Stewart’s The Daily Show.

Season four of HBO's Last Week Tonight is currently airing on HBO in America. To find the current season and episodes online in Australia, have a look below.

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Season Five

Released 2017

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Season Four

Released 2017

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Season One

Released 2014

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Season Two

Released 2015

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Season Three

Released 2016

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