Where to Watch ‘Yellowjackets’ In Australia (and Save Money Doing It)

Simone Kessel as adult Lottie Matthews in Yellowjackets season 2, which is streaming in Australia on Paramount Plus.

Yellowjackets has finally delivered on the promise (or is it a threat?) that was set up in the opening scene. Yes, in season 2, episode 2 the girls gave into their desperation and became cannibals, literally tearing into their dead teammate after a freak snowstorm covered her funeral pyre and essentially slow cooked her. It was a lot.

Even besides the cannibalism, Yellowjackets season 2 has been a wild ride so far! Adult Lottie (played by Simone Kessel) has officially joined the list of survivors and is now running a cult — sorry, an “intentional community” focused on healing. Natalie is being held hostage there and is using it as an opportunity to search for answers about Travis. Detectives are circling Shauna as they continue their investigation into the disappearance of Adam Martin (who Shauna murdered in cold blood, ICYMI). Misty is involved in a meet-cute-but-psycho with a fellow Citizen Detective (played by Elijah Wood). And Tai… Poor Tai is unravelling; she’s pounding espresso to stay awake and hallucinating full visits from her son.

And we’re only two episodes in!

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There’s just one problem: it’s kind of hard to watch in Australia. Luckily for you, we’ve found a neat hack to watch Yellowjackets in Australia and save money in the process. What can we say? We just want to see these girls thrive.

Where to Watch Yellowjackets In Australia

Yellowjackets is streaming on Paramount Plus.

But What’s the Hack?

Okay, okay. Origin Energy is running a deal for new members that includes a 12-month subscription to Paramount Plus. A year’s subscription normally costs $108, so you’re getting a pretty chunky saving.

The deal covers the entire range of Origin internet plans, which start at $69 a month for 24mbps and go all the way up to $149 a month for ultra fast NBN and fibre.

New customers will automatically be saving $5 a month. There’s also an option to save an additional $10 a month on your internet when you bundle your internet and energy with Origin.

Convinced? Us too. Take a look at the best Origin internet plans here to get started:where to watch yellowjackets in australia

The deal runs until April 14.

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