The post-apocalyptic zombie horror that is The Walking Dead has dominated television airways and streaming platforms for years. Audiences fell in love with Andrew Lincoln, who was just Simon the teacher from Teachers and Keira Knightley’s questionably cute stalker in Love Actually until he became Rick Grimes — badass sheriff deputy and zombie fighter.
Unfortunately, as much as we Aussies love Rick, it’s been difficult to track him and the Walkers on local streaming platforms. But never fear (well, maybe fear just a little bit, it’s an apocalypse after all) because we’ve tracked down how to watch The Walking Dead, so read on to find out all you need to know in this Canstar Blue guide.
How to watch The Walking Dead
To watch The Walking Dead in Australia, you can tune into BINGE, Foxtel Now or iTunes, with BINGE and Foxtel offering all seasons, while iTunes allows you to purchase and download individual episodes.
Watch The Walking Dead on BINGE
BINGE offers all seasons of The Walking Dead, including the upcoming part two of the final season, which is set to be released February 20, 2022.
Sign up to BINGE
If BINGE’s huge library of quality movies sounds like the perfect streaming service for you, there are three plans to choose from, with different inclusions on each plan tier. Prices start at $10 per month for a basic package and go up to $18 per month. Check out the plan inclusions in the below table. This table includes links to a referral partner.
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Watch The Walking Dead on Foxtel
The original home for The Walking Dead in Australia, Foxtel still has all the goods, including all seasons, as well as the upcoming episodes of the final chapter of the show.
The Walking Dead on iTunes
Ideal for those looking to download and watch individual episodes, iTunes currently has multiple seasons of The Walking Dead, although it currently doesn’t have the most recent seasons and episodes. A single episode will set you back a few dollars, while a full season will set you back closer to $40.
What can we expect in part two of season 11 of The Walking Dead?
Season 11 of The Walking Dead has already been a bit of a rollercoaster, with the group now facing off against the Commonwealth – a network of communities that outnumber and outgun the town of Meridian – as well as dangerous group of survivors called the Reapers, as well as the ever-present (but still dangerous) threat of the walkers themselves. Part two of season 11 is the final chapter of the show, so expect plenty of fireworks and character deaths, as well as likely setting up a few spinoff series nicely – which AMC greenlit in 2020. So strap yourselves in, as the show that began over a decade ago is finally laid to rest.
Photo Credit: AMC