Just six months after the second season ended, Infinity Train is returning to our screens for Book 3. Like before, there’ll be 10 episodes in total, but this time around, the release schedule is slightly different. Instead of releasing the entire season over a five-day period, new episodes will be released in batches of 2–5 each week for a period of three weeks. While this approach may initially be disappointing, it removes pressure from fans to binge-watch the whole thing as soon as possible for fear of spoilers.
We strongly recommend watching Infinity Train season 3 via official sources. Although unlicensed streams may be available, these usually don’t have the best video quality, and to make matters worse, they can be taken offline at any time for violating copyright. Besides, it’s actually quite simple to stream this show as long as you’re in the US so there’s nothing to be gained by using third-party sources.
Infinity Train season 3 will only be available on region-locked streaming services. For this reason, you’ll need a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to watch from outside of the US.
How to watch Infinity Train from abroad using a VPN
Currently away from home and looking for a way to stream Infinity Train abroad? Just follow the steps below and you’ll be watching before you know it.
Here’s how to watch Infinity Train online from anywhere:
- First, you’ll have to sign up for a VPN. We particularly recommend ExpressVPN but NordVPN and Surfshark are both high-performance low-cost alternatives.
- Download and install the VPN app on the device you’d like to stream on. You’re usually allowed five or so connections at once, so feel free to log in on all of your most commonly used devices.
- Open the app, log in, and connect to an American server. This is how you’ll change your IP address, tricking services into thinking you’re really in the US.
- Visit the HBO Max website and create an account (or log in if you already have one). Note that you’ll need a US credit card to register.
- Try watching something. You should find that the video loads right away, without any issues. If not, you might want to clear your cookies, use a different server, or contact your VPN’s support team for further assistance.
Where to watch Infinity Train on US TV
HBO Max has exclusive broadcasting rights to Infinity Train season 3 in the US. The good news is that it also currently offers the first two seasons, making it the only major network that lets you stream the entire series start to finish. This service costs $14.99 USD per month but it does offer a seven-day free trial. As such, if you don’t mind waiting a few extra weeks, you can create an account, watch Book 3 of Infinity Train, and cancel before your card is charged.
The first two seasons are also available for purchase on Amazon Prime Video. However, at $14.99 each, it’s easier and less expensive to watch on HBO Max, plus you’ll get to watch the new series too.
Both HBO Max and Amazon Prime Video are geo-restricted. This means that if you’re outside of the US, you’ll need a VPN to watch Infinity Train. Don’t have one yet? Why not take advantage of ExpressVPN’s risk-free 30-day money-back guarantee? While you will have to pay upfront, you can cancel at any point to claim a complete refund.
Can I stream Infinity Train from outside of the US?
Unfortunately, Cartoon Network shows have a history of taking a long time to reach other countries. For instance, Over the Garden Wall didn’t arrive in France until nearly two years after its US premiere. At the moment, there are no confirmed Infinity Train Book 3 broadcasters outside of the US. That said, here’s how to stream previous seasons of Infinity Train outside of the US:
At the moment, Australian viewers can stream the first series on Stan. There’s a 30-day free trial, which means you’ll have plenty of time to watch, but if you decide to keep the service afterward, it’ll cost you $10 AUD per month. There are currently no details regarding when the second and third seasons will be available in Australia.
Stan is geo-restricted, which means you’ll have to be in Australia or using a VPN to access it.
Teletoon showed the first season of Infinity Train about two months after the show premiered in the US. While we don’t have any indication that future seasons will come to this service, there’s also no evidence to the contrary.
If you’d like to live stream Teletoon, you’ll need an Amazon Prime Video subscription ($7.99 CAD per month) as well as the StackTV addon ($12.99 per month). This might seem steep but it does provide access to 11 other Canadian TV channels as well. Unfortunately, neither service offers a free trial but if you’re in Quebec, Amazon gives you two months of Prime for the price of one.
Amazon Prime Video changes its content depending on your location. As such, you’ll have to connect to a Canadian VPN server to watch Teletoon abroad.
What do we know about season 3 of Infinity Train?
Book 3 is subtitled “Cult of the Conductor” and will follow Grace and Simon, the leaders of the Apex (and antagonists from the second season) as they try to return to their friends having been separated during a mission. On their travels, they’ll encounter a mysterious girl named Hazel, whose number does not glow, and her gorilla friend, Tuba.
The official Infinity Train season 3 trailer also hints at the greater mysteries of the train and illustrates just how big a deal conflict resolution will be this time around. In fact, Grace and Simon will have to prevent fights from breaking out, not just between themselves and Tuba, but also with Hazel and the rest of the Apex children.