Divorce returned in July 2019 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.
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.
Starring Sarah Jessica Parker (Sex and The City ), Thomas Haden Church (Sideways), Molly Shannon (The Other Two), and Talia Balsam (Mad Men), the much anticipated Divorce series have arrived in Australia and using the information in this guide you won’t have to miss a moment.
Where to Watch or Stream Divorce
HBO’s Divorce aired exclusively on FOX SHOWCASE and is now available On Demand. Here in Australia, there are several options for accessing FOX SHOWCASE including Foxtel, Foxtel Now or Foxtel from Telstra. To watch on Foxtel with a set-top box using a Standard or HD TV, the best option is the Foxtel Plus pack, which offers over 50 channels of entertainment, drama, lifestyle, docos, reality and more. Additionally, every Foxtel channel pack includes the option to stream the content free using the Foxtel Go app.
You also have the option to stream Divorce season 3 online using Foxtel Now. For good measure Foxtel Now currently offers a 10 day FREE trial so that you can check out all of its content before choosing your preferred pack (Pop, Lifestyle, Sport, Drama, Movies, Docos, Kids), and should you decide to subscribe you can cancel anytime if you’re no longer using it. Divorce is available as part of the Foxtel Now Pop pack, which gives you instant access to hundreds of TV shows Live and on demand. Foxtel Now can be accessed using your favourite browser, or via the Foxtel Now app and a variety of internet connected devices (see table below). To watch on Foxtel Now with a Standard or HD TV, you can access the platform with a Foxtel Now Box.
Alternatively, you can access FOX SHOWCASE with Foxtel from Telstra. Foxtel from Telstra (including Foxtel Now from Telstra) offers the exact same programming as Foxtel, but is often available at reduced pricing or with no lock-in contract. With every Foxtel from Telstra package you can likewise stream Divorce S3 for free using the Foxtel Go app, and one of the devices in the table below. Plus, you can also watch more binge worthy shows from other drama channels, including BBC First, Binge, Universal Channel, and more. For a list of episodes and their air dates, see the TV schedule below.
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Every episode from every season of Divorce can also be watched with Australia’s newest streaming service, BINGE. BINGE is offering a 14 day free trial for new customers and will televise every season and every new episode of Divorce, in both SD and HD. You can stream your favourite shows using compatible mobile devices such select PC and Macs, iOS and Android phones and tablets, Apple and Telstra TV, Google Chromecast, as well as Safari, Firefox, Chrome and Microsoft Edge browsers.
BINGE has no lock-in contract or equipment fees, which means you can cancel anytime if you’re no longer using it. BINGE will also provide on demand replays of new episodes that have just aired, as well as previous episodes and seasons. Other game changing features include Surprise Me, which allows users to skip through shows as if you were channel hopping for a more interesting way to come across new content. For full episode listings and on demand info, see the TV schedule below.
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Divorce Season 3 Live TV Schedule
Each episode of Season 3 aired on FOX SHOWCASE. Season 3 has six episodes in total. There is no Divorce TV show free to air coverage in Australia, it is exclusively available with Foxtel (Foxtel Now / Foxtel from Telstra) and BINGE. Here’s the TV and on demand schedule for season 1:
|S3 Episode 1||30 minutes||Foxtel / Foxtel Now / BINGE|
|S3 Episode 2||30 minutes||Foxtel / Foxtel Now / BINGE|
|S3 Episode 3||31 minutes||Foxtel / Foxtel Now / BINGE|
|S3 Episode 4||28 minutes||Foxtel / Foxtel Now / BINGE|
|S3 Episode 5||31 minutes||Foxtel / Foxtel Now / BINGE|
|S3 Episode 6||28 minutes||Foxtel / Foxtel Now / BINGE|
Mobile Device List (Foxtel and Foxtel Now)
The following are the list of compatible mobile and internet connected devices for which you can stream Divorce whether at home or on the go, with new apps and devices being added as they become available.
|PC/Mac||Foxtel Now / Foxtel / Foxtel From Telstra||Web browser only (Google Chrome & Safari)|
|iOS Mobile Devices||Foxtel Now / Foxtel / Foxtel From Telstra||iPhone 4s or above, and iPad 2 or above (iOS 9.3.5 or above)|
|Android Mobile Devices||Foxtel Now / Foxtel / Foxtel From Telstra||All Android mobile and tablet devices (Android 5.0 or above)|
|Google Chromecast||Foxtel Now / Foxtel / Foxtel From Telstra||Via casting (only on Multiroom service)|
|Apple TV||Foxtel Now / Foxtel / Foxtel From Telstra||Via AirPlay (only on Multiroom service)|
|Sony Android TV||Foxtel Now||2015 models and above|
|Samsung Smart TV||Foxtel Now||2017 models and above|
|LG Smart TV||Foxtel Now||2017 – 2020 models, running on webOS 3.5 or above|
|Hisense Smart TV||Foxtel Now||2019 – 2020 models|
|Telstra TV||Foxtel Now||All Telstra TV models|
|Foxtel Now Box||Foxtel Now||Direct via Foxtel Box|
|Playstation 4||Foxtel Now||PS3 & PS4 models|
|Shield TV||Foxtel Now||All Shield TV & Shield TV Pro devices|
Must See TV for fans of Divorce
Divorce season 3 has six episodes that will leave you wanting for more. Once you’ve caught them all you may wish to get your teeth into something in the same vein, so we’ve made a few suggestions below.
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.
Casual (Foxtel / BINGE)
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 to stream on Foxtel Now.
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.
Eligible devices to use with BINGE
BINGE is available on a vast number of devices to make watching and streaming your favourite shows and movies simpler than ever, in both SD and HD. Check out which devices are available to use with our BINGE device list below.
Devices supported on BINGE
– PC/Mac: Yes – Web browser only (Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Edge); supported on MacOS: 10.12+ & Windows: 10+
– iOS Mobile Devices: Yes – iOS12+ including Apple iPhones/iPads
– Android Mobile Devices: Yes – Android Phone/Tablets OS 7+
– Google Chromecast: Yes – Chromecast Ultra, Chromecast 3rd Generation + & Chromecast w/ Google TV
– Apple TV: Yes – 4th Gen or higher; tvOS 12+
– Telstra TV: Yes – All models
– Android TV: Yes – OS version 7.0+ and above on selected devices
– Samsung TV: Yes – All 2017-2020 models