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UK and Australian Homeland fans, grab your new season pass from iTunes now!

This past weekend here in the UK saw a much awaited TV event; the premiere of Homeland Season 3. While we're running a week behind our American friends – so no spoilers, thanks! – we do have a slight advantage in that the iTunes Store has the new season ready to purchase right now. Better still, folks down in Australia can also jump on board and snag their own new season pass.

The season pass for all episodes in Season 3 will cost you £19.99 for the standard definition version, or £24.99 for the HD variety here in the UK, and $32.99 and $37.99 in Australia. Not bad pricing, and considering Season 2 only just launched on Blu-Ray and DVD a few weeks ago, iTunes is most definitely the place to grab yourselves a permanent copy right now.

Sadly, our friends in the U.S. don't seem to be included at this time, but if you're in a country we haven't mentioned and you can buy it, be sure to drop us a line in the comments. Without dropping any spoilers, who's enjoying Season 3 so far?

Richard Devine

Senior Editor at iMore, part time racing driver, full time British guy

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