Divorce returns this month with a brand-new season, following Frances (Sarah Jessica Parker) and Robert (Thomas Haden Church) as they attempt to move on in their new lives. The freedom they have so longed for has finally been served. Will they use it, or let it go to waste? It turns out that living entirely new lives isn’t as pleasant as expected. The third season of the HBO comedy Divorce will be the show’s last, so don’t miss Season 3 of Divorce now streaming on Foxtel, Tuesdays at 8 pm.
In the show’s final season, both parties are discovering what it’s like to start anew. They’ll find so many wonderful possibilities they thought they missed out on while married. But it’ll prove to be more complicated than anticipated. Moreover, the lives of their children will still play a crucial role in reconnecting the former couple in every aspect of their day-to-day lives. Find out how it ends as Frances and Robert return for a third and final season, only on Foxtel.
Divorce Season 3 TV Preview
The much-awaited divorce has now been finalised, now what? Moving on and going forward is the reasonable way to go, but it’s not always a cut and dried solution. Marriage is complicated; divorce is complicated. Unexpectedly, even starting a new life is more complicated. Will the complexity involving former spouses Frances and Robert ever end? However, it’s this complication that makes the characters realise what went wrong, how to fix it, and when to laugh about it.
Unfortunately, the story of a very, very long divorce — and what to do afterwards — will come to an end after the final third season. Consisting of six episodes, we’ll see favourites Sarah Jessica Parker and Thomas Hayden Church reprise their roles as Frances and Robert, respectively. Beckie Newton, who plays Robert’s new fiancee, has been upped to series regular for Season 3. Molly Shannon and Talia Balsam also return as Frances’ closest friends Diane and Dallas. Don’t miss Divorce’s drama and well-timed humour as it streams instantly on Foxtel’s FOX SHOWCASE.
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How to watch the first 2 seasons of Divorce
How to watch the first 2 seasons of Divorce?
The first 2 seasons of Divorce is available on Foxtel On Demand. Stream anytime, anywhere on your device. Simply connect your iQ Box to the internet, and you’re all set. Divorce is accessible through FOX SHOWCASE, which is part of the Drama Pack. Sign up now and get access to a variety of other award-winning HBO productions, Foxtel originals, as well as brilliant shows from the UK. Once you’ve signed up to a Foxtel pack, you can instantly stream for free using the Foxtel Go app. For a complete list of Foxtel Go devices, check out the table below.
|PC/Mac||Yes||Web browser only (Chrome for PC; Chrome & Safari for Mac)|
|iOS Mobile Devices||Yes||Via native app (iOS 9.3.5 or above)|
|Android Mobile Devices||Yes||Via native app (Android 5 and above)|
|Google Chromecast||Yes||Via casting (only on Multiroom service)|
|Apple TV||Yes||Via AirPlay (only on Multiroom service)|
|Smart TVs||Yes||Via casting only (only on Multiroom service)|
|Telstra TV||No||No app available|
|Gaming Consoles||No||No app available|
|Fetch TV||No||No casting available|
|Amazon Fire TV Stick||No||No app available|
|Nintendo Switch||No||No app available|
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What to Watch After Divorce
The third season of Divorce will consist of six episodes. Sadly, for fans, this will also serve as the final season. Nonetheless, it has been a wonderful time watching Frances and Robert. Arguing in private (and in public), attending tough therapy sessions, delivering one-liners, and attempting to make whatever’s left of their relationship work. If you’re looking for something similar, then you’re just in time. Check out these similarly themed shows that are just as enjoyable.
Splitting Together (7plus)
There comes a time when you know it’s over. Lena and Martin are confident they’ve reached “that time”. Now, it’s official — they’re filing for divorce. Little did they know that going through everything, well, divorce-related, is an entirely different experience. In the end, they’re bound by that experience — unexpectedly reigniting their relationship. Splitting Together stars Jenna Fischer (The Office) and Oliver Hudson (Nashville). Watch this light-hearted comedy-drama available for streaming on 7plus.
Bachelor Alex Cole moves in with his newly divorced sister to help her embrace her new life and the unpredictability of the dating pool. With a teenage daughter added into the mix, the trio learns from each other and their own respective experiences that love — and life — is anything but casual. Starring Michaela Watkins, Tommy Dewey, and Tara Lynne Barr, Casual is available for streaming on Foxtel’s FOX SHOWCASE.
Adapted from Frankie Shaw’s award-winning short film, this Showtime series follows Bridgette Bird, a young single mom who’s making significant attempts to explore life with a not-so-traditional family. She struggles to make ends meet and works hard to create a better life for her son. Despite her efforts to make the right choices, she finds herself doing the opposite. SMILF is honest, funny, and smart. It delivers unavoidable truth about motherhood, co-parenting, and female sexuality. Catch the latest episodes now available for streaming on Stan.