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How to watch Archer online: stream every season 11 episode from anywhere

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The world's greatest secret agent returned to our screens this year, fresh out of a three-year coma that saw seasons 8-10 take place in a fantasy world and explore different genres to the first seven seasons. But back he is and our guide explains how to watch Archer online and stream every season 11 episode from anywhere in the world.

Watch Archer season 11 online

Archer season 11 aired Wednesday nights on FX channel FXX from September 16 through October 28. Full TV and streaming details are below - and you can take your favorite services and shows with you wherever you are with the help of a good VPN.

Warning: this article is about how to watch Archer season 11 and therefore may contain minor spoilers regarding season 10 and, now it has ended, season 11 as well - especially the season 11 finale (epsiode 8).

It's been a fraught time for fans of the show, because while it was a relief to see our hero finally wake up in season 10's cliffhanger ending, season 11 very nearly didn't green lit by FX - and that was all before the pandemic meant its release date kept getting pushed back.

Then there was all the talk that season 11 would be the show's last, but now the whispers are that's it definitely being renewed for a final hurrah. You don't travel to Antarctica by submarine to solve a murder and just leave it at that, do you?

Along with H. Jon Benjamin Judy Greer, Lucky Yates, Aisha Tyler, Amber Nash and Chris Parnell, all returning to voice characters, season 11 also features the vocal talents of Shaun of The Dead favourite Simon Pegg and iconic Halloween actress Jamie Lee Curtis.

Read on to find out all the ways you can stream the latest adventures of the International Secret Intelligence Service - here's how to watch Archer season 11 online wherever you are in the world.


How to watch Archer online from outside your country

If you find yourself abroad, you may notice that the streaming services you would normally use at home to watch Archer don't work as expected. That's because of geo-blocking, but fear not - there's a simple solution.

You can get around these pesky digital borders using a VPN, which will allow you to watch Archer and all your other favorite shows by changing your IP address back to your nation of residence. Which VPN is best for you? Let's take a look.

Use a VPN to watch Archer online from anywhere

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How to watch Archer online: stream season 11 for FREE in the US

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Season 11 of Archer may have finished, but it's still easy to watch episodes on-demand via FX's online streaming platform, FXNow.

To watch Archer on FXNow, you'll need to log-in with your cable TV credentials - but you can also access it if you subscribe to an over-the-top streaming service that includes FX.

This is great news for cord-cutters, as super-affordable Sling TV includes FX in its Sling Blue package. Best of all, you can take advantage of this FREE Sling TV trial offer and conceivably watch all of Archer season 11 without paying a penny, given there's only eight 30 minutes to get through.

And remember, US residents outside of the country can access these and any other service they might subscribe to from abroad by using a VPN.

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How to watch Archer in the UK

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Netflix has been the regular home of Archer in the UK, but there's currently no confirmation of when season 11 will be released on the service, with only 'Winter 2020' being mooted so far.

In the meantime, anyone with an Amazon Prime subscription (or anyone taking advantage of their famous FREE 30-day trial offer) will find the first five seasons of Archer included in the Prime Video library - while those with Netflix can watch seasons 1-10.

Anyone in the UK from a country where Archer season 11 is already available can follow the VPN route as described above to access their usual streaming service and all their favourite shows.

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How to watch Archer online in Australia

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As in the UK, the Archer season 11 Australian release date is currently unknown - but you will find seasons 1-10 available in their entirely to watch on Netflix.

Should you find yourself abroad in a country where Archer isn't among the local Netflix catalogue, remember you can always try a VPN to point yourself back Down Under and regain access to the content you'd usually have access to at home.

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How to watch Archer online in Canada

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Sensing a theme yet? As in the UK and Australia, Canadians can watch seasons 1-10 of Archer if they have a Netflix subscription - but season 11 isn't out yet, even though Canada does have its own version of FXNow.

Canada will presumably be able to watch Archer season 11 when the global Netflix release happens (hopefully later this year) but in the meantime, remember that anyone in Canada from abroad can always check out a good VPN to watch TV shows and films on the same services they'd normally use at home.

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 GuinnessWorldRecords.com 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.