Below Deck

Ok, I’ll admit that I’m a little bit addicted to the Below Deck franchise, in particular the original series with Captain Lee. Earlier this year Below Deck Down Under was filmed around Airlie Beach in QLD. Does anyone know if Ch9 have the rights for this series?

Is this meant to be an Australian version? Or is it just the same US version filmed over here?

No, this is an Australian version filmed in the Whitsundays. New crew, but I believe Aesha may be one of them.

No release date but it will be shown on Peacock in the US rather than Bravo. Foxtel has the rights to new seasons - where Season 9 is on Binge.

Jake and Fraser from Below Deck Season 9 need to get together. They make a lovely couple. :+1:

Below Deck Down Under starts tonight on Peacock. How do I watch this in Australia?

It will be on hayu (streaming service owned by NBCUniversal).

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Thank you!

Is there any way of knowing how the new series rated last week?



Fan favourite reality series Below Deck Mediterranean sets sail for Season 7 when it premieres 12 July on BINGE, with new episodes streaming weekly.

Captain Sandy Yawn and fan-favourite Deckhand Mzi “Zee” Dempers are headed to Malta for the first time. The destination isn’t the only new thing this season. Joining Sandy and Zee on board is a brand-new crew, which consists of Chief Stew Natasha Webb, Chef Dave White, Bosun Raygan Tyler, Stews Natalya Scudder and Kyle Viljoen and Deckhands Storm Smith and Jason Gaskell.

In the new season expect outrageous costumes, wild nights out, and some inter-departmental drama. Stew Natalya hits it off with a crew member, despite stating she’s not looking for a “boat romance,” while Stew Kyle pursues a hook up with a guest. However, tensions rise as Natasha begins a new relationship with Chef Dave, something that could affect the whole crew if it goes south.

Fans of Below Deck Mediterranean can also enjoy the latest seasons of the Below Deck franchise available to stream on BINGE.

Below Deck Mediterranean is produced by 51 Minds with Courtland Cox, Nadine Rajabi and Mark Cronin serving as executive producers alongside Christian Sarabia and Temple Williams.

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