Where to watch The Tick online in Australia

Olivia Harris 19 October 2017

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An unlikely hero is found in a lowly accountant when he stumbles onto a conspiracy and into the world of superheroes and villains.

The Tick is a comedy superhero series based on the 1988 comic book of the same name. A naive but invincible superhero named The Tick arrives in the City to defeat dastardly underworld crime. He must combat an underground conspiracy that a normal guy named Arthur is also investigating. When the two sleuths discover that a dreadful evil could be behind the shenanigans, they decide they must team up to expose “The Terror” to the world.

The first season of The Tick premiered on Amazon Video on August 2017, and a second season is yet to be confirmed. To find out where to watch The Tick online in Australia, take a look below.

Season One

Released 2016.

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