HBO's Euphoria Season 1 Streams Live June 2019 in Australia

HBO’s Euphoria tells the story of a group of high school students as they make sense of the things that happen to them and around them for reasons they can’t yet comprehend. Free to pursue temporary relief from the pressures of a new, demanding world, the question remains – what’s the catch?

Euphoria Season 1 TV Preview

Adapted from an Israeli series of the same name and written by Sam Levinson (Assassination Nation), Euphoria follows a group of teenagers as they navigate high school, family life, romance, friendship, sex, drugs, trauma, and social media. Combine them all together and there should be suppressed struggle waiting to erupt.

Even before its official airing, Euphoria has already sparked some controversy for its graphic content. Nonetheless, HBO expressed support in Levinson’s approach because several scenes are from the writer’s personal experience. Drake and his manager, Future the Prince, also serve as executive producers.

Starring Zendaya, (Spider-Man), Jacob Elordi (The Kissing Booth), Hunter Schafer, and Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann’s daughter, Maude Apatow, the much anticipated Euphoria TV series starts streaming in Australia on Foxtel’s FOX SHOWCASE as part of the Drama Pack from Monday, June 17 9:30pm AEST.

Where to Watch or Stream Euphoria

HBO’s new original series, Euphoria, starts airing on Foxtel’s FOX SHOWCASE from Monday, June 17. Subscribe to Foxtel’s Drama pack at $49/month to access the latest shows express from the US. If you sign up now, you can even score 2 months free with $0 upfront costs! Plus you can also watch more binge worthy shows from other drama channels, including BBC First, Binge, Universal Channel, and more.

If you can’t make it for the live airing of Euphoria, it’s fine. You can still catch new episodes of the show as they’re made available for replays after every live airing on FOX SHOWCASE. To watch it even when you’re out and about, just download the Foxtel Go app and you’re all set. Alternatively, you can watch 1-2 episodes using Foxtel Now’s 10 day free trial. Take a look at the complete list of compatible Foxtel Go devices to make sure you can stream episodes of Euphoria no matter where you are watching.

Euphoria is not available on free to air in Australia per broadcasting and licensing rights. You can catch the show only on Foxtel’s FOX SHOWCASE.

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Device compatibility with Foxtel

Device Available? User Guide
iQ2YesNo streaming option, or apps. No HD playback
iQ3YesNo app access
iQ4YesAccess to 4K content included
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)
Telstra TVYesFoxtel only
Smart TVsYesVia casting only (only on Multiroom service)
Gaming Consoles YesPS4 and Xbox One (Foxtel only)
Fetch TVNoNo casting available
Amazon Fire TV StickNoNo app available
Nintendo SwitchNoNo app available

Must See TV for Euphoria fans

Euphoria only consists of six episodes and based on its trailer and initial reviews, this show is going to be dark and mind-provoking. The entirety of the series can either overwhelm or leave you wanting more. Regardless, there are other excellent shows to pacify your emotions or fill the gap.

Snowfall (Foxtel)

Snowfall explores the first crack epidemic in Los Angeles in the early 1980s and its radical impact on the culture as we know it. This FX show connects the lives of its main characters — 19-year-old drug dealer Franklin Saint, Mexican wrestler Gustavo Zapata, CIA operative Teddy McDonald, and niece of Mexican crime boss Lucia Villanueva — into a series of mishaps, tragedies, and the never-ending claim to money, power, and influence. Catch Snowfall’s seasons 1-2  now streaming on demand only on Foxtel’s FOX SHOWCASE.

Pose (Foxtel)

Pose’s second season continues to convey the challenges and victories within the LGBTQ community. While the first season tackled the complexities of underground ball culture during the ‘80s, the new season set in the new decade puts the House of Evangelista in dire position as their battle with the AIDS crisis threatens everything they’ve achieved and built. Watch Season 2 of Pose only on FOX SHOWCASE from June 16, Sundays at 9:30pm AEST. You can also watch the first season available on demand or stream on the go with Foxtel Now’s 10-day free trial, then $25/month thereafter to access the Entry pack.

Big Little Lies (Foxtel & Foxtel Now)

Trauma, deceit, and dark secrets play a pivotal role in HBO’s acclaimed series Big Little Lies. As satisfying as the Season 1 finale was, viewers still have numerous questions that need addressing. Plus any reason to see Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon play best friends is enough to get the fans of the show going.  Finally, the long wait is over. Season 2 is now available on Foxtel’s FOX SHOWCASE as part of the Drama pack. Catch new episodes every Monday at 11:00am, or stream on Foxtel Now free for 10 days.


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