Outlander Season 4 Live Stream and Free Air TV Guide

Outlander Season 4 Watch Legally
Outlander. Photo: Starz

Outlander has made its long-awaited return with season 4. This season will be based on the fourth book of Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander saga, Drums of Autumn. It sees Claire and Jamie’s life together as they seek to find their place in America, within the colony of North Carolina. 

Outlander Season 4 TV Preview

The only place to watch Outlander express from the US is Foxtel or Foxtel from Telstra. In Australia, you won’t find Outlander Season 4 on free to air.

Good news is, you are able to access the latest episodes of Outlander on Telstra TV Box Office — on which you can choose to buy per episode or get a Season Pass to get all episodes for a discount. Formerly known as BigPond Movies, Telstra TV Box Office allows you to pay for only what you want to watch and does not require any monthly subscriptions or any other lock-in contracts.

Outlander streaming on Australian TV
Outlander. Photo: Starz

Watch Outlander Instantly on Telstra TV Box Office

The best and most accessible way to see Outlander season 4 is to stream it with Telstra TV Box Office. It is home to the most recent blockbusters straight from the cinema, as well as up-to-date episodes of the hottest shows on TV right now, which includes Outlander and The Walking Dead.

All you need is a broadband connection – there is no complicated installation involved. You sign up online and watch in minutes. There are no contracts, so you can cancel or pause your subscription anytime. Another bonus is how you can score $125 worth of Telstra TV Box Office credits when you subscribe to Telstra’s Internet + Streaming bundle.

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Where to Watch or Stream all Outlander Seasons

Out Each episode of Outlander is available on demand for both Foxtel and Foxtel Now subscribers after each live airing. If you use Foxtel Now, simply access the On Demand section of the website and look for Outlander.

If you have a traditional Foxtel subscription, you need to download the Foxtel Go app. It’s available on smartphones, tablets, and laptops. Sign in with your Foxtel ID and access the On Demand section and you’re good to go. Check out the complete list of eligible Foxtel Go devices below:

To start streaming, simply head to the website and create an account. You can buy each episode of Outlander for only $2.99 or get the Season Pass for seasons 1 to 3 for only $22.99 — and the complete season 4 for $34.99. You can watch on PCs/Macs, mobile devices, a number of Smart TVs, and of course, on the brand new Telstra TV 3.

Foxtel Device Compatibility

Device Available? User Guide
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 TVsYesVia casting only (only on Multiroom service)
Telstra TVNoNo app available
Gaming Consoles NoNo app available
Fetch TVNoNo casting available
Amazon Fire TV StickNoNo app available
Nintendo SwitchNoNo app available

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