How to watch 'Below Deck Down Under' no matter where you are in the world

The Aussie spinoff is back! Here's everything to know about how to watch 'Below Deck Down Under' season 2

How to watch Below Deck Down Under season 2. Pictured: Aesha Scott in Below Deck Down Under
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If you don't want to miss a minute of messy Aussie fun, you need to know how to watch Below Deck Down Under no matter where you are in the world.

The Australia-set spinoff series of Below Deck is officially back for a second season with fan-favorite Aesha Scott returning as chief stewardess and hunky captain Jason Chambers behind the steering wheel. And going by previews, Down Under looks just as dramatic as the love triangle-filled Below Deck Sailing Yacht season 4

Here's how to watch Below Deck Down Under season 2, no matter where you are in the world. 

How to watch 'Below Deck Down Under' anywhere in the world

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Time and date: Mondays at 8pm EST
Stream: Peacock
Watch anywhere: Stream from anywhere with ExpressVPN

How to watch 'Below Deck Down Under' in the US

Below Deck Down Under airs stateside on Monday evenings at 8pm Eastern on Bravo. Beginning on Monday, July 24, two new episodes will air back-to-back each week.

Episodes are available to stream the next day on Peacock, which means you will need a Peacock subscription plan to tune in. Current options include the commercial-supported Premium plan for $5.99 monthly (or $59.99 yearly) and the ad-free Premium Plus plan for $11.99 per month (or $119.99 per year). 

How to watch 'Below Deck Down Under' in the UK and beyond

If you aren't located in the United States, don't worry: you can still tune into Below Deck Down Under season 2. All you need is a handy VPN service like our go-to, Express VPN, the top-rated VPN from our sister site, TechRadar.

A VPN allows you to change your device's IP address to unlock content that might not be available in your physical location. You can try Express VPN risk-free with a 30-day money-back guarantee. 

Here's how to get started with a VPN for Below Deck Down Under

  1. First off, you need to make sure you have a Peacock account so you can log in once your VPN is set up.
  2. Download ExpressVPN, using the easy-to-follow instructions.
  3. Once you've installed your VPN, open the app and select your server location as anywhere in the United States
  4. With your ExpressVPN installed and your location set to the United States, head to Peacock, log in and follow the instructions to stream Below Deck Down Under. (Should you encounter any issues while using the VPN, remember to delete the cookies from your device or switch to a new server.)

Who is in the 'Below Deck Down Under' season 2 cast?

We've not only got a new vessel this season—we've swapped out the Thalassa for the Northern Sun—but also some fresh faces. Here's the full crew of Below Deck Down Under season 2: 

  • Jason Chambers – Captain
  • Tzarina Mace-Ralph – Chef
  • Aesha Scott – Chief Stewardess
  • Laura Bileskaline – 2nd Stewardess
  • Margot Sisson – 3rd Stewardess
  • Luke Jones – Bosun
  • Harry Van Vliet – Deckhand
  • Adam Kodra – Deckhand

Watch the 'Below Deck Down Under' season 2 trailer:

What happens on 'Below Deck Down Under' season 2?

"Captain Jason and Chief Stew Aesha reunite for an unforgettable, full-throttle charter season with a lively new crew and wild guests in the stunning waters of Cairns, Australia—the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef," reads a press release for Below Deck Down Under season 2. 

"Initially understaffed, the deckhands make costly errors as they struggle to find their stride on the unpredictable, aging vessel. The interior experiences smooth sailing until a clash of work styles creates a rift between the stews. Unexpected newcomers rock the boat throughout the season, including a shocking franchise crossover with the arrival of a polarizing familiar face."

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