The Real Housewives of Dallas season 4 will premiere at 9 PM EST (6 PM PST / 2 AM BST) on September 9. The third season consisted of 18 episodes, and as such, we can reasonably expect this series to finish sometime in January. There’s still plenty to look forward to until then, though, and below, we’ll let you know how to watch The Real Housewives of Dallas season 4 live from abroad (outside of the US).
You should note that we’ll only be recommending official sources. This show is both popular and fairly difficult to find online, so there’ll likely be unlicensed streams available. However, we don’t recommend using these; not only are they frequently low-quality, but they can also be taken down for copyright violation at any moment. With official broadcasters in at least four countries, there’s no reason to resort to shady unauthorized streams.
All of the platforms airing this show are region-locked. This means that you’ll need a VPN to watch The Real Housewives of Dallas abroad.
How to watch The Real Housewives of Dallas abroad with a VPN
Don’t worry if you’ve never used a VPN before; unblocking services while abroad is actually quite simple. Follow the steps below to stream The Real Housewives of Dallas from anywhere.
Here’s how to watch The Real Housewives Of Dallas online from anywhere:
- Start by signing up for a suitable VPN if you haven’t already. We particularly recommend ExpressVPN but NordVPN and CyberGhost are two excellent, low-cost alternatives.
- Download and install the appropriate VPN app for your device, then log in.
- Next, decide which service you’d like to stream this show on and create an account. (Note that you’ll likely need a payment method linked to a local address to do so.)
- Connect to one of your VPN’s servers in the required country. For instance, you’ll have to use an American server to unblock Bravo or an Australian server for Foxtel.
- Try watching something on your chosen streaming service. Videos should load instantly, with no errors. If you’re still having trouble, try clearing your cache and cookies then reloading the page should fix most problems.
How to watch The Real Housewives of Dallas on US TV
The Real Housewives of Dallas season 4 will air on Bravo. If your cable TV package includes this channel, you can sign in and start streaming immediately for free. Don’t panic: there are plenty of ways to watch The Real Housewives of Dallas online without cable.
These services cost between $15–50 USD per month and while each includes a free trial, these aren’t long enough to watch this show’s entire fourth season so you’ll have to commit eventually.
One of the best things about Bravo is that it keeps new episodes available on-demand for a long time, usually around four months. Interestingly, seasons 1–3 are still available even now, so it’s the perfect time to catch up if you’ve missed a few episodes. You can also purchase previous seasons for $9.99 each on Amazon Prime Video but as you can stream older episodes for free (using the trial periods), there’s really no reason to.
The streaming services above are region-locked and only available in the US. As such, you’ll need a VPN to watch The Real Housewives of Dallas from outside of America. Still don’t have a VPN? ExpressVPN comes with a risk-free 30-day money-back guarantee, meaning you can try it and claim a full refund if it doesn’t meet your expectations.
Where else can I watch The Real Housewives of Dallas online?
Despite having a heavy American focus, this show is available in several countries worldwide. Take a look below to see which networks are showing The Real Housewives of Dallas where you are:
Hayu currently offers seasons 1–3 and will add new episodes from season four every week a few hours after they’re shown in the US. This service costs £4.99 in the UK and includes a one-month free trial, giving you plenty of time to get caught up before the fourth season airs.
If you’d prefer, you can watch on Amazon Prime Video, but this requires you to pay for the Hayu addon (£3.99 per month with a seven-day trial) as well as Amazon Prime (£7.99 per month, 30-day trial). As such, there’s no benefit whatsoever to this method.
Both of these platforms are geo-restricted and offer different libraries for different countries. This means that you’ll have to either be in the UK or connected to a British VPN server in order to watch The Real Housewives of Dallas in the UK.
New episodes won’t be broadcast live in Australia since the time difference would mean they’d be shown very early in the morning. However, you won’t have to avoid spoilers for too long since they’ll air at 2:30 PM and 9:30 PM AEST the following day on Arena TV.
If you’re an Optus TV customer, you can just install the Fetch app and watch online at no added cost. Foxtel subscribers can do the same thing, but using the Foxtel Go app instead.
Don’t have cable? No problem: just sign up for Foxtel Now. This service costs $25 AUD per month and as Arena TV is included in the base subscription, there’s no need to pay for additional channels. Foxtel Now also comes with a 10-day free trial, during which you’ll have access to every channel on offer.
Fetch and Foxtel Go / Now are only available in Australia. Further, Fetch requires a local address to deliver your set-top box, while Foxtel asks for an Australian phone number, making it difficult to sign up unless you usually live in Australia. Existing subscribers can access these services abroad using a VPN, though.
In Canada, watching this show is easy: all three previous seasons are on Hayu, and new episodes will be added weekly. Hayu costs $5.99 CAD per month, and your first month is free so you can sign up, stream old episodes, and cancel to avoid being charged if you’re not particularly interested in season 4.
Not every Hayu library will include The Real Housewives of Dallas. To watch from abroad, you’ll have to be connected to a Canadian or British VPN server.
What can we expect from The Real Housewives of Dallas season four?
As in previous seasons, season 4 will follow several Dallas housewives as they go about their lives. However, Cary Deuber will not be a main cast member this time (although she will appear in a reduced capacity). Instead, Kary Brittingham will take her place as the show’s first Mexico-born star. Some things never change, though, and if the show’s opening credits are anything to go by, fans can expect a healthy dose of drama from the upcoming season.