Will The Walking Dead Season 10 Stream on Google Chromecast or Netflix?


The Walking Dead S10

The Walking Dead season 10 is finally here and fans will get to see what will transpire after that shocking season 9 finale. If that’s not enough, we also have some good news to share – episodes will air at the same time as in the US, so you can watch without fearing spoilers.

In the final episodes of season 9, we’ve seen The Whisperers coming closer and closer to zeroing in on the remaining survivors. What’s about to go down is anyone’s guess, especially with the final episode coming soon. Season 10 picks up several months after that jaw-dropping finale. This season will see the surviving communities unite to fight against its common and most powerful threat — The Whisperers, led by Alpha. Tune in to the premiere of The Walking Dead season 10 on October 7 on FOX Showcase.

The Walking Dead is one of Foxtel’s Most Watched Dramas

There’s no doubt that The Walking Dead series is one of the most popular shows currently on the air. It has millions of thousands of fans all over the world, so it was a smart move for Foxtel to lock down the rights. You can watch Season 10 first on Foxtel, in HD – basically the only way to watch legally.

Alternatively, you could wait for the S10 DVD to come out or purchase episodes as they are available on digital retailers, but it’s likely going to be a long time until it hits the shelves. For now, Foxtel is your best bet.

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On Chromecast? Yes!

Luckily, you don’t need a traditional Foxtel subscription to tune in. If you’re not keen on getting cable or being locked down in a contract, you can stream The Walking Dead Season 10 online with Foxtel Now. Foxtel’s streaming services is cheap, fast, and reliable. There are no contracts, so you can cancel anytime. Plus, it comes with Google Chromecast compatibility. Meaning you can stream the show to the big screen, in HD. Just like having Foxtel, but considerably cheaper.

On Netflix? Not so much…

Since Foxtel has the rights for The Walking Dead, you won’t be able to watch the show on Netflix anytime soon. While the series is available in the US, we can’t watch it Down Under. Not yet, anyway. Netflix is working towards providing subscribers with a truly global content library, but that’s unlikely to happen anytime soon. Until then, Foxtel is the only place to enjoy the AMC drama.

The Walking Dead Season 10 Schedule

Every episode of Season 10 airs every Monday, with Showcase screening it at the same time as the US – 1:00pm Sydney time. Season 10 has 16 episodes in total. There is no Walking Dead Free to air coverage in Australia, it is exclusively available on Showcase (Foxtel/Foxtel from Telstra). Here’s the schedule for the first 8 episodes of season 10:     

  • Episode 1: Mon 7 Oct (FOX Showcase)
  • Episode 2: Mon 14 Oct (FOX Showcase)
  • Episode 3: Mon 21 Oct (FOX Showcase)
  • Episode 4: Mon 28 Oct (FOX Showcase)
  • Episode 5: Mon 4 Nov (FOX Showcase)
  • Episode 6: Mon 11 Nov (FOX Showcase)
  • Episode 7: Mon 18 Nov (FOX Showcase)
  • Episode 8: Mon 25 Nov (FOX Showcase)

Following the premiere broadcast each week, The Walking Dead will be available to watch whenever you want via Foxtel On Demand. Of course, you can also watch the Walking Dead online with Foxtel Now or steam the popular series with the Foxtel Go app. New episodes will air weekly.

Stream The Walking Dead Live – 10 Days Free Trial Offer

The FX channel is included in Foxtel Now’s Essentials Pack, which costs $25/month. Best of all, you can watch Foxtel Now absolutely free for ten days if you use the special 10 day trial offer that’s available. There’s no contract, so you can cancel anytime.

So if you want to stream previous seasons of The Walking Dead right now – and watch new episodes every Monday at 1:00pm live from the US starting October 7, you’re just one click away from enjoying everything Foxtel Now has to offer. The service is available on PC/Macs, mobile devices, Google Chromecast, Telstra TV, and PS4.

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Must-Watch for The Walking Dead Fans

Planning to wait until all the episodes are out and binge the entire season? Or maybe you don’t want to get Foxtel or Foxtel Now, so you’re patiently waiting for The Walking Dead Season 10 to hit digital retailers? Here are six shows you can watch in the meantime.

Stranger Things

Stranger Things (Netflix)

A Netflix original series that’s been getting a lot of buzz, Stranger Things has recently wrapped up its third season. The series is set in the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana in the 1980s. The first season followed the investigation into the disappearance of a young boy amid supernatural events occurring around the town. Seasons 1 to 3 of Stranger Things can now be streamed on Netflix with season 4 currently being filmed and on its way.

Mindhunter

Mindhunter (Netflix)

A new Netflix series scheduled to premiere this October, Mindhunter is directed by the one and only David Fincher. Hence, is a must-see for any Se7en or Fight Club fan out there. The new show takes place in the late 1970s, when two FBI agents expand criminal science by delving into the psychology of murder and getting uneasily close to all-too-real monsters. Sounds riveting, to say the least.

Fear The Walking Dead

Fear The Walking Dead (Foxtel Now)

What better way to cure your TWD withdrawal than with a good dose of its prequel? Moreover, the two shows are planning a crossover episode, although the details are still fuzzy. “There is one character that is going to go from one show, that I will not name, to another show, that I will not name,” The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman recently announced at New York Comic Con. A pretty exciting time to get caught up with Fear the Walking Dead which is a riveting series on its own.