Where to watch Marvel’s Inhumans online in Australia

Olivia Harris 30 November 2017


The newest addition to the MCU television series explores the adventures of the King of the Inhumans and his family who reside on the moon. Marvel fans should check out this thrilling new installment.

For the first time Black Bolt, Medusa, Crystal, Gorgon, Karnak, Triton and their enormous dog Lockjaw will be on screen in a Marvel property. The royal inhuman family is not connected to any other Marvel TV shows, like Marvel’s Agents of Shield, but a stand alone series featuring these superhuman beings surviving on earth amongst their own turmoil.

Marvel's Inhumans will premiere in IMAX theater before coming to TV. For where to watch online in Australia have a look below.

Season One

Season one is not yet out on Australian TV or streaming services. Once it launches or is broadcast here we will update this page immediately.

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