Where to watch Oz online in Australia

Olivia Harris 19 October 2017

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The daily lives and activities of an unusual prison facility, the criminals who inhabit the jail and the power-hungry correctional officers who regulate them.

Not to be confused with the Land of Oz from The Wizard of Oz, HBO’s Oz is the nickname for the Oswald State Correctional Facility. The different areas are actually named after places in the Land of Oz with the series focusing on the inmates in level four – called Emerald City. These criminals struggle to live every day as they fight for basic needs and to survive long enough to get out. The rules in this block are all experimental, with drug trades and violence running rampant.

The series is narrated and woven together by inmate Augustus Hill who provides the audience with context and sums up each episode.

During the series airing on TV, Oz was broadcast on SBS in Australia. HBO’s Oz is not currently available to watch online or download online in Australia. Check back for updates here.

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Season One

Released 1997

Season Two

Released 1998

Season Three

Released 1999

Season Four

Released 2000

Season Five

Released 2002

Season Six

Released 2003


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