Show/Episode: Twin Peaks Season 3, Episode 12 “The Return, Part 12”
Date/Time: Sunday, July 30 at 9 p.m. ET
Next Day, On Demand: Sling TV (free 7-day trial)
International Stream: Streaming options outside of the US
Let’s Rock. If you have no clue what that means, don’t worry because you’re probably not alone. Unfortunately, that’s all you’re going to get before you get to watch the Twin Peaks The Return Part 12 live stream. If you don’t have cable and want to learn how to watch Twin Peaks The Return Part 12 online, we can help with that!
The Showtime live stream is necessary if you want to watch Twin Peaks without cable. Two ways to get the Showtime live stream is with Amazon Channels and Sling TV. Both services offer the live stream alongside the Showtime on-demand library which has previously aired episodes back to the first episode! We will also discuss some on-demand options that are available.
Amazon Channels and the Twin Peaks “The Return, Part 12” Live Stream
Amazon Prime is filled with reasons to sign up. Prime Music is included and that comes with 2 million songs! There are also free e-books, member-only sales, and even a photo library. One of the most popular perks is Prime Video. The service is flled with original content, independent and blockbuster movies, and TV shows from a variety of networks. While this is plenty of features on its own, even more are available and you can learn about them in our Amazon Prime review!
Another option you have, beyond Prime Video is Amazon Channels. These are add-on channels that go with the Prime Video content you already have. For example, you could add Showtime, Cinemax, and/or HBO. In the case of these options, you get the complete on-demand library in addition to the live stream. This means if you order Showtime you can watch the Twin Peaks The Return: Part 12 live stream or later, you can stream it on-demand. Roku, Chromecast, smart TVs, Xbox, Apple TV, and other devices will allow you to watch Twin Peaks The Return: Part 12 online.
When it comes to pricing, you’ve got three options. It’s either $99/year (cheapest overall price), $11/month (full Prime membership), or $9/month (partial Prime Video only membership). Your membership will come with a free 30-day Amazon Prime trial! Adding on Showtime using Amazon Channels is an additional $9/month. This membership to Showtime also includes a one-week free trial, which means you can watch Twin Peaks The Return Part 12 online free!
The Twin Peaks “The Return: Part 12” Live Stream – Get it on Sling TV
Sling TV is available in a package with 30 channels for $20. This price is monthly and as you have no contract to sign and no hidden fees, it’s all you’ll pay unless you add more channels to your package. Your package offers HGTV, ESPN, Freeform, CNN, BBC America, AMC, TBS, Disney, and TNT. You can add single channels or bundles starting at $5/month. The Showtime bundle is $9/month and includes numerous Showtime channels. With this you’ll have a live stream for each specific Showtime channel and the Showtime on-demand library.
The Twin Peaks The Return: Part 12 live stream can be viewed on Roku, mobile devices, Xbox, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Chromecast. Take a moment to look over our Sling TV review if you have questions. It will even tell you more about the Sling TV free trial, which lasts for a full week!
Watch Twin Peaks “The Return: Part 12” Online with VOD Services
VOD stands for video on-demand. It’s a service that lets you buy movies or TV show episodes and view them digitally. You’ll be able to watch them on a variety of devices, depending on the service you pick, and once you pay you can watch your videos as much or as little as you like! So, if you’re looking for options beyond the Twin Peaks The Return Part 12 live stream, these services are a good alternative. If you watch Twin Peaks The Return Part 12 online with VOD services, you’ll be able to buy the episode the day after it airs. The price should be less than $3. If you buy the entire season, known as a season pass, each episode will be placed in your library as soon as they are available and you’ll get a per-episode discount. Amazon Instant Video and Vudu are two popular VOD options. iTunes is another popular service.
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