How to watch all the Good Trouble seasons from anywhere in the world

Everything you need to know about where to watch 'Good Trouble' no matter where you are in the world...

Sherri Saum, Maia Mitchell, Cierra Ramirez, Teri Polo
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Fan of the Coterie crew? If you're wondering where to watch Good Trouble, be it the ongoing Good Trouble season 4 or any of the previous episodes to refresh your memory, then you've come to the right place. 

Those of you who have been fans of the show since it first aired back in 2019 will know just how much of a journey sisters Callie and Mariana Foster (AKA Cierra Mitchell and Cierra Ramirez) have been on since they left home to embark on their new adult lives together in LA. Between work drama, new friendships and very complicated love lives, the girls and their roommates have been put through the wringer. 

So if you want in on the drama, here's everything you need to know about where to watch Good Trouble in the US, Canada, UK, Australia and beyond (while we wait to hear good news about Good Trouble season 5). 

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Where to watch Good Trouble in the US

Fans of the show in the US can watch Good Trouble on Hulu (opens in new tab), where all three full seasons are available to stream. Season four is available to watch on the platform with new weekly episodes after the season premieres on Freeform (opens in new tab) on Wednesday, March 9.

Alternatively, you can also buy seasons one to three of Good Trouble on Apple TV (opens in new tab)

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Where to watch Good Trouble in the UK

UK fans can stream the first three seasons of Good Trouble for free on BBC iPlayer (opens in new tab). To do this, you will have to create an account (if you don't already have one) by signing up with your email address and a British postal code. The good news is that it is completely free, so you won't be charged a monthly fee. However, the bad news is that there is no release date for season 4 to drop on the platform yet, though we can assume that will make its way to BBC iPlayer sometime after all episodes have aired on Freeform/Hulu. 

If you're desperate to get the new season before it drops on BBC iPlayer, we've broken down how to watch Good Trouble season 4 in the UK (it's easier than you think). All you have to do is buy a VPN (we recommend ExpressVPN (opens in new tab)), switch to a US-based location, and log in to Freeform (opens in new tab) to watch.

Where to watch Good Trouble in Australia

As it stands, Good Trouble fans in Australia can watch seasons one and two on Disney+ (opens in new tab). Subscriptions for this will cost you $11.99 AUD per month and unfortunately, there are no free trials available for new sign-ups at the moment. 

Fans who do want to watch the third season can purchase it on Apple TV (opens in new tab). Hopefully, season 4 will also be available to buy on the platform once the season wraps on Freeform/Hulu—but you can also watch it by purchasing a VPN (opens in new tab), switching to a US-based location, and logging in to Freeform (opens in new tab)

Where to watch Good Trouble in Canada

If you're in Canada, you will also be able to watch Good Trouble on Disney+ (opens in new tab). The first two seasons of the show are available to watch on the platform, which is priced at $11.99 per month (or $119.99 per year) in Canada.  

Alternatively, you can buy all three complete seasons of the show on Apple TV, just like in the rest of the world.

How many seasons of 'Good Trouble' are on Hulu?

Hulu is the prime streamer for Good Trouble which means all episodes of the show are available on the platform. Yep, you can binge your way through every episode from the season one pilot to season 4, which premiered on Wednesday, March 9. 

Is 'Good Trouble' on Netflix?

Unfortunately, Good Trouble is not on Netflix but you can stream it on either Hulu, Disney Plus or BBC iPlayer.

Sagal Mohammed

Sagal is a journalist, specialising in lifestyle, pop culture, fashion and beauty.  She has written for a number of publications including Vogue, Glamour, Stylist, Evening Standard, Bustle, You Magazine, Dazed and Wonderland to name a few.