Victoria season 3 streaming: How to watch Victoria series 3 online and download

Victoria season three premiered on PBS Masterpiece on Sunday, January 13, 2019, in the USA almost exactly a year after season two began. ITV will be screening the new series of Victoria from tonight (Sunday, March 24) at 9pm. Episodes of Victoria season three are available to stream live online or watch on-demand thanks to a number of streaming services, both in the States and the UK. Here are all the ways fans of the Jenna Coleman-led series can watch series three online.

How to watch Victoria season 3 online

PBS Masterpiece aired every episode of Victoria season three on a weekly basis in the USA with transmission in the US wrapping up on March 3.

Victoria was available to stream online at the same time as its PBS broadcast via the channel’s official website, but only in America.

PBS Anywhere allows fans to watch every episode of Victoria live or on-demand.

Jenna Coleman fans will be able to access PBS Anywhere on laptops, Android TV, iOS devices, Android devices, Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV.

UK viewers will can now watch Victoria season three on ITV live via the ITV Hub or on catch up if they miss the initial broadcast.


ITV Hub will then make each episode available to watch online on the same app.

Sky customers will also be able to stream Victoria season three live via the Sky Go mobile and desktop app.

Similar to the ITV Hub, Sky Go will also make every episode available to watch on-demand shortly after they air.

The first two seasons both premiered on ITV before airing Stateside on PBS, with the US TV channel broadcasting each series four months after its UK release.


What will happen in Victoria season 3?

PBS details what’s in-store for Queen Victoria (played by Jenna Coleman) in the upcoming in their official press release for the series.

The synopsis reads: “It is 1848, and revolution is breaking out across Europe. In Britain, one woman stands between order and chaos: Queen Victoria.

“As season three gets underway, Victoria is pregnant with her sixth child. But she has much else on her mind, chiefly the Revolutions of 1848, when the downtrodden throughout Europe begin agitating for the overthrow of aristocratic rule.

“In England, this discontent leads to Chartism, a set of demands for universal male suffrage, the secret ballot, equal representation for voters and other reforms that were considered radical by leading political figures during Victoria’s reign.

“As with many crusades, passions are aroused on both sides — sometimes violently. Passion is also an issue in the bedroom at Buckingham Palace, where Victoria is reluctant to risk more pregnancies.

“Parents now of six, Victoria and Albert find themselves at odds about their offspring, especially the troubled Bertie, the role of the monarchy, and increasingly with each other.”


Who stars in Victoria season 3?

Coleman returns as the leading lady of the cast and the title character. She is joined by a number of series regulars in season three.

Victoria’s husband Prince Albert (Tom Hughes) makes a comeback, as does the Queen’s chief dresser Nancy Skerrett (Nell Hudson).

Penge (Adrian Schiller) returns to maintain his 100 per cent appearance record on the show, while Lord Alfred Paget (Jordan Waller) and Francatelli (Ferdinand Kingsley) also reprise their roles.

Season three welcomes a handful of newcomers to the cast, including Lord Palmerston (Laurence Fox), Prime Minister John Russell (John Sessions), and the Duchess of Monmouth (Lily Travers).

Other characters to keep an eye out for are Brodie (Tommy Knight), Lady Emma Portman (Anna Wilson-Jones), Princess Feodora (Kate Fleetwood), and Lady Lyttelton (Siobhan O’Carroll).

Victoria season 3 airs on Sundays on ITV at 9pm

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