It’s Halloween in Derry, and as Erin, Orla, Clare, Michelle and the wee English fella are amping themselves up for the gig of all gigs, everyone’s worst fears are set to be realised. Derry Girls has come to an end, but it's not all bad news. You can watch all of season 3, including the hour-long special, online and for free. Read on to discover how to watch Derry Girls season 3 from anywhere in the world.
They've somehow got their hands on the hottest tickets in town and the chance to meet Fatboy Slim, but something tells us things aren't going to go exactly to plan. Lisa McGee's ragtag crew of sharp-witted rascals are in the crosshairs of something big, which promises to bring the series to a bittersweet conclusion.
Derry Girls season 3 episode 6, however, was quickly followed by The Agreement, a one-hour special set one year after the events of the finale. With Erin and Orla annoyed that the Good Friday Agreement referendum might overshadow their joint 18th birthday party, the prospect of adulthood begins to dawn, and it isn't pretty.
Follow our guide as we detail how to watch Derry Girls season 3 online and stream the one-hour special tonight where you are.
How to watch Derry Girls season 3 finale online for FREE in the UK
In the UK, Derry Girls aired for FREE on Channel 4, with the season 3 finale broadcasting on May 17. The one-hour special airs the following night on Wednesday, May 18 at 9pm BST.
Tune in live or watch back on-demand via Channel 4's All4 streaming service, which is available on your laptop, or via apps for the likes of Android, iOS, PS4, Xbox, Roku and Amazon Fire.
Outside the UK? To access your preferred streaming service from abroad, you'll need to download a good VPN, as detailed below.
How to watch Derry Girls season 3 online outside your country
If you find yourself eager to watch the Derry Girls finale online while you're off on holiday or abroad for business, you’ll likely encounter annoying geo-restrictions that will prevent you from accessing your usual streaming service.
Luckily, getting the best VPN – otherwise known as a virtual private network – offers a simple solution. It alters your IP address to make it appear like you’re somewhere else. While this can be used for privacy, it can also be used to access your preferred streaming platform back home, even when you're out of the country.
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How to use a VPN to watch Derry Girls
Three simple steps to using a VPN to watch Derry Girls online:
1. Download and install a VPN - we recommend ExpressVPN
2. Connect to the relevant server location - launch the VPN app, click on 'choose location' and select the right location i.e. UK for All 4
3. Head to the chosen broadcaster's live stream - in this case, head to the All 4 website or app
Where to watch Derry Girls season 3 around the world
As with the first two seasons, Derry Girls fans in the US, Canada and Australia will be able to watch the gang's latest antics on Netflix.
The only catch is that, at the time of writing, there's no word on when Derry Girls season 3 will come to Netflix.
It took the best part of a year for the first two seasons to make their way to the streaming service, and while we hope that's not the case for season 3, you might want to brace yourself for another lengthy wait to avoid disappointment.
In the meantime, you can refresh your memory with the previous two seasons, which are still available on Netflix for you to watch.
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Aatif is a freelance copywriter and journalist based in the UK. He’s written about technology, science and politics for publications including Gizmodo, The Independent, Trusted Reviews and Newsweek, but focuses on streaming at Future, an arrangement that combines two of his greatest passions: sport and penny-pinching.