How to watch Industry online: stream season 2 of the financial drama from anywhere today

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The young bankers of prestigious investment firm Pierpoint & Co. are back for another dose of hard partying and workplace treachery, as season 2 of Industry hits screens. The razor-sharp London-set dramedy premiered at the height of lockdown, and this new eight-episode run of the show sees the group of upstart analysts trying to make the transition from graduates to fully-fledged traders in a financial world upended by the pandemic. Follow our guide to find out how to watch Industry season 2 online today where you are.

Watch Industry season 2 online

Premiered: Monday, August 1

New episodes: every Monday

Stream: HBO Max (US) | Crave (CA) | Binge 14-day trial (Au)

Watch FREE in UK: BBC iPlayer (release TBC)

The new series sees the return of central protagonist Harper (Myha’la Herrold), with the promise of us witnessing the fallout from her decision to sell out her colleague and advance her own career during season one's climax.

As before, the show is written by former finance employees and first-time screenwriters Mickey Down and Konrad Kay, with familiar characters like rich kid Yasmin (Marisa Abela), working-class party animal Robert (Harry Lawtey) and Oxbridge educated Gus (David Jonsson) all also set to return. 

New additions to the cast meanwhile include Jay Duplass (The Chair) and, Adam Levy (The Witcher).

The synopsis for season 2 hints at even more heightened tensions within the group, with the company's new U.S. management making greater demands of staff to drive new business, with dramatic consequences.

Get ready for a boat load of high-stakes financial tension as we explain how to watch Industry season 2 online now.

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How to watch Industry season 2 online in the US

Monday, August 1

Americans wanting a piece of the high-stakes excitement can get it exclusively on HBO Max. The new season premiered on the service on Monday, August 1, with new episodes hitting HBO Max every Monday, culminating with the series finale on September 19.

While there is no HBO Max free trial, customers do have the option of two HBO Max price points - $9.99 a month with commercials, or the 4K HDR, commercial-free subscription at $14.99 that also brings 4K streams and Dolby Atmos sound. 

Alternatively, save 16% and sign up to its annual plan for a $99.99/$149.99 fee. That basically means you’ll get two months of free streaming for the year!

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How to watch Industry online free in the UK


Due to the success of the first season, Industry is moving from BBC Two to BBC One for its second series. 

Unfortunately, at this point there still isn't a confirmed broadcast date for the new series. 

In the meantime, the good news for any one looking to catch up or reacquaint themselves with the goings on at Pierpoint & Co. is that all episodes of the first season are available to stream free on iPlayer.

Remember, if you're a UK resident you can use BBC iPlayer free of charge, provided you've got a valid TV license. 

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How to watch Industry season 2 online in Canada


Lucky Canadians can experience the thrills of Industry season 2at the same time as their American neighbors, with the series streaming exclusively on Crave from Monday, August 1, and new episodes added weekly.

However, you’ll need the Movies + HBO package at CND$19.98 per month (plus tax) to get access. And, while it’s twice the amount of the entry-level plan, Movies + HBO provides simultaneous US access to all the latest and greatest HBO programming and recent Hollywood movies. 

Before you make a commitment, sit back and enjoy their 7-Day Free Trial first.

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How to watch Industry season 2 online in Australia 


Industry season 2 is also out now in Australia and the place to find it is on streaming service Binge., with new episodes appearing on the service every Tuesday

Binge currently offers a 14-Day Free Trial, which in addition to giving you an ample window to watch Industry free online, will the trial will also give you access to over 10,000 hours of content from networks like HBO, FX, and Warner Bros.

Kevin Lynch

Kevin Lynch is a London-born, Dublin-based writer and journalist. The author of Steve Jobs: A Biographic Portrait, Kevin is a regular feature writer for a number of tech sites and the former Technology Editor for the Daily Mirror. He has also served as editor of and has been a member of the judging panel for the BAFTA British Academy Video Game Awards. Alongside reviewing the latest AV gear, smartphones and computers, Kevin also specialises in music tech and can often be found putting the latest DAWs, MIDI controllers and guitar modellers through their paces. Born within the sound of Bow Bells, Kevin is also a lifelong West Ham fan for his troubles.