It's still restricted to the US and Canada.
I have it working in Ireland for the past four months without any problems.
If you have an Android phone I can show you how to set it up. You don't need a VPN subscription or anything like that. There's no cost other than the Criterion subscription itself. That will allow you to watch it on your Android device or web browser.
However if you try to hook-up a laptop to a TV via HDMI it won't work (that's the one bit of competent security they do have).
To get it working on my TV I had to buy an Amazon Fire TV stick and register it as an American device. It has to be the latest 4K model for some reason (there's some technical bollocks in the older versions that doesn't work with the Criterion app). The stick is pretty much useless for all other streaming services because virtually everything else is tightly geo-locked. So for me it's a dedicated Criterion device but, quite honestly, it's the best money I've spent all year.
The whole process is fairly convoluted and took me hours to figure out. But with detailed instructions, you should be up and running in under an hour.
The only downside to my method is that it involves rebooting your Android device temporarily to set it up as a US-based device, in order to download the Criterion app. So you'll want to back up your photos etc. first. Other than that it's child's play.