How To Watch South Park Season 26 Online And Stream "Deep Learning" From Anywhere

How to watch South Park Season 26

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Time and date: every Wednesday from February 8 at 10pm ET / PT (9pm CT)
Channel: Comedy Central
Stream: Philo | Sling TV | FuboTV (US)
Free stream: 10Play (AU, Feb 24)
Watch anywhere: Stream from anywhere with ExpressVPN

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Taking influence from current events in pop culture and the wider world, South Park will also continue its endeavors to leave no viewer left unoffended with its dark, deranged humor and satirical jibes with the return of Stan, Kyle, Kenny, and Cartman. For all the details on how to watch South Park Season 26 online from anywhere with our guide below - including free stream options in Australia.

While creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker have remained pretty shtum about what to expect from the adult animation's twenty-sixth season, so far it's been dealing plenty of discourse on recent events in pop culture, including its takedown of the disgraced American rapper in the first episode is titled "Cupid Ye", and making fun of Harry and Meghan in "The Worldwide Privacy Tour".

Having taken a week break, South Park Season 26 returned last week with an episode exploring the marvel that is Japanese toilets. This week? Titled "Deep Learning", "Stan finds himself reeling when a cheating scandal hits the school".

Make sure you know how to tune in and watch South Park Season 26 online from anywhere, with Season 26 episodes now beginning to air for free Down Under in Australia.

Watch South Park Season 26 online in the US

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Kenny, Cartman, and the gang have returned for Season 26 of South Park on February 8, with new episodes arriving every Wednesday at 10pm ET / PT and 9pm CT on Comedy Central.

For those who don't have cable, you have a number of options, including excellent cable alternatives Philo and Sling TV.

Philo is the cheapest of the options, costing $25 a month with a 7-day free trial available, boasting 70+ live channels alongside Comedy Central.

For a more widely appealing range of channels, there's also Sling TV. Comedy Central comes as a part of the Sling TV price for both its Blue and Orange plans, costing from $40 a month. New and eligible returning customers can currently sign up and save 50% on their first month, too, bringing it down to $20.

You also have the more expensive option of FuboTV, which offers more than 145 channels and offers a 7-day free trial period. Prices start from $74.99 a month.

Previous seasons, including the best South Park episodes, are available to watch on HBO Max, with Season 26 episodes arriving on the platform the day after they air, while its specials find their home on Paramount Plus.

How to watch South Park Season 26 from anywhere

If you're a US citizen on vacation or working overseas trying to tune into Comedy Central via Philo, Sling TV or the like, you can still watch South Park Season 26 just as you would at home.

While services like Philo are only available within the States, there's a handy piece of software called a VPN which can change your IP address to make it look like you're accessing streaming services from any country in the world. 

For example, US citizens in the UK can subscribe to a VPN, join a US based server and access their subscription from anywhere in the world, just like you would back home.

Watch South Park Season 26 as if you were at home with a VPN

Watch South Park Season 26 as if you were at home with a VPN
Offering a 30-day money back guarantee, try out ExpressVPN, the best VPN for unblocking many of the major streaming services including Philo, Sling TV, and more, and stream from any device, including your mobile or tablet, laptop, TV, or gaming console. Run into any problems? ExpressVPN has an excellent customer support team on hand 24/7.

Step-by-step of using a VPN to unblock:

1. Choose a VPN and install it - our go-to recommendation is ExpressVPN, with the 12-month plan offering the best value

2. Connect to a server - for Philo, Sling etc. you'll want to connect to a server based in the US

3. Head over to your stream of choice - in this instance, Philo, Sling TV, or FuboTV

How to watch South Park Season 26 online in Canada

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For those in Canada, you can watch South Park Season 26 on MUCH at 10pm ET / PT, from February 8 which comes as a part of CTV's roster of channels. 

You can watch live and catch-up on-demand through the CTV website, but you'll need to login with your cable provider details.

A US citizen currently north of the border? Use a VPN to port yourself back home and access your usual streaming service.

How to watch South Park Season 26 online in Australia

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Those Down Under are certainly the lucky ones, able to watch South Park Season 26 100% for free on free-to-air channel 10 Shake, with its release schedule just a couple of weeks behind the US, airing from February 24 with new episodes every Friday.

This comes as a part of its roster of channels on Network 10 with the option to tune in live on TV, or stream live or on catch-up on 10Play.

10Play is also free - you simply need to make an account to begin streaming.

Of course, 10Play is only available to Australian residents, so if you happen to be abroad for whatever reason, connect to a VPN use as you would at home.

How to watch South Park Season 26 online in the UK

South Park Season 26 episodes began arriving the day after they aired in the US on  Comedy Central. That means you can watch new episodes weekly every Thursday at 10pm GMT.

You can get Comedy Central with most premium TV packages in the UK, including Sky TV, BT TV, and Virgin Media TV.

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