A new dating reality show began airing on Channel 7’s screen in Australia on August 27th – The Proposal!
It’s the Aussie version of the original US ‘The Proposal’, an American dating reality show which was aired last year on the ABC.
In this easy guide, I’m going to show you how you can watch this TV show outside Australia without any issues.
So, if you’re already hooked on this show, and you’re leaving Australia for vacation or work, or you happen to love Australian TV shows, but you live overseas, you won’t need to miss a single episode of The Proposal Australia!
What you’ll need to watch overseas
The Proposal airs on Australia’s Network 7, and it’s also available for streaming online on 7 plus.
As frequently happens with these kinds of services, if you live outside of Australia, you’ll find it blocked. It’s the same for TenPlay, SBS, Kayo Sports, Stan and a whole bunch of other Aussie networks.
To skip the blocking, you’ll need a VPN app such as ExpressVPN. There is a lot to choose from, but they’re my favourite option.
Why? Well, It has fast speeds, which are great for streaming high-quality video, it’s straightforward to configure, and in the case you change your mind, it comes with a money back guarantee you can use within 30 days of sign-up.
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Step-by-Step to stream The Proposal overseas
Getting a VPN working is an effortless task. Following these steps and you’ll be enjoying The Proposal in no time!
- Go to the ExpressVPN website and select the plan best fitting your needs.
- Create your account providing your details and payment method.
- Get the app from the “Products” section, or if you’re on an Android or Apple iOS device, you can get it from your app store.
- Log in to the app using the credentials you created in step 1.
- In the app, look for the “Selected location” box.
- Then press “All Locations“, “Asia” and finally “Australia“.
- You may also need to press “Connect” depending on what device you’re using.
- Once the app is connected, visit the 7Plus website or use their app to start watching The Proposal.
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What’s The Proposal all about?
Initially, The Proposal was an American dating reality show that was aired between June and August 2018, lasting only for one season.
Coming from the producers of The Bachelor, this show has a similar spirit, but the main difference is that everything is complete within an hour.
In each episode, a suitor, who could be male or female, is hidden behind a screen called the commitment ring.
Eight single people of the opposite gender are on stage. The suitor can see them, but they can’t see the suitor.
After four rounds of people being eliminated by the suitor, only two singles remain.
It’s then when the suitor reveals themselves for the first time to the remaining contestants.
Next, the proposal happens. If the suitor is male, he will propose to one of the two female singles; if the suitor is female, the two single males will propose to her and she must choose one of them.
What countries can I watch in?
By using a VPN, you’ll be able to watch it everywhere as long as you choose Australia as your location in the app.
Also, one of the perks of the VPN is you can access the content from any device.
The app is available for phones, tablets, laptops, PCs, for all the OS. So, it doesn’t matter if you’re on Android, Windows, Mac OS, or Apple iOS, you can get the app suitable for your device.
The Proposal made its way to Australia, and it’s currently airing on Network 7’s screen, with episodes available on the 7plus streaming service as well.
The problem is if you’re outside of Australia and you want to access the show overseas: it’s blocked.
But, don’t worry, by using a VPN like ExpressVPN, your problem is solved, unblocking 7Plus allowing you to view The Proposal in any country.
With a user-friendly interface, fast speeds, and a guarantee of getting back your money after a month if you don’t like it – it’s a no brainer.
Now, you can travel overseas knowing you won’t miss your favourite TV show in the meantime by following the easy steps I’ve shown you on this guide!
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