Show/Episode: Twin Peaks Season 3, Episode 9 “The Return, Part 9”
Date/Time: Sunday, July 9 at 9 p.m. ET
Next Day, On Demand: Sling TV (free 7-day trial)
International Stream: Streaming options outside of the US
As you might have guessed, synopsis’ aren’t really a thing that Twin Peaks does. That’s alright, though. It just adds to the mystery of what to expect when you’re watching each week. This week, during the ninth episode, all we know is that the synopsis states, “This is my chair”. So, if you’re not satisfied with all of that information, you’ll just have to watch this week’s episode to learn more!
You don’t need cable because there are ways to watch the Showtime live stream without cable. Thanks to the options below, you won’t have to miss the Twin Peaks The Return: Part 9 live stream. In fact, you can choose between the live stream or on-demand options. Some options include Amazon Prime and Sling TV, which both offer the Showtime library, for on-demand viewing along with the live stream.
Amazon Prime has the Twin Peaks “The Return, Part 9” Live Stream
Amazon Prime offers 2-day shipping for free…everyone knows that. Did you know they also offer Prime Music with 2-million songs, a collection of original shows, and Prime Video which includes an enormous number of movies and TV shows. If you’d like to know more about what all is available, our Amazon Prime review is here, and you should take a look!
Perhaps one of the coolest things about Prime Video is Amazon Channels. For instance, Showtime is just one of the channels available through Amazon Channels. If you want to watch Twin Peaks The Return: Part 9 online using Amazon you’ll need the Showtime Amazon Channel. This gives you the freedom to watch the Twin Peaks The Return: Part 9 live stream, which you might expect, but you can also watch all of the previous (past series and current) Twin Peaks episodes, along with all of the other Showtime shows in the Showtime on-demand catalog. You can watch Twin Peaks The Return: Part 9 online with Amazon Fire TV, mobile devices, Smart TVs, Apple TV, gaming consoles, Roku, and more.
It’s $99 each year for Amazon Prime, though you can sign up for monthly payments. It’s $9/month to sign up for just Prime Video and $11/month for the full Amazon Prime membership. You can add the Showtime Amazon channel for $9/month. Other Amazon Channels are also available, and the price depends on the channel.
A one-month trial is available upon sign up. Not only that, but there’s also a free 7-day trial for each Amazon Channel you sign up to!
Watch the Twin Peaks “The Return: Part 9” Live Stream on Sling TV
Sling TV is a live stream service. It starts with Sling TV Orange at $20/month. With this package, you’ll get more than 30 channels. Some of the channels you’ll receive include CNN, Freeform, Cartoon Network, A&E, HGTV, AMC, TNT, and ESPN. You can add channels ranging from a sports bundle to movie channels like Showtime. The price you pay will depend on the add-on. In the case of Showtime, its $9 a month. With this, you’ll receive the complete on-demand Showtime library, giving you every episode to all of the available Showtime shows and hundreds of movies.
Watch Twin Peaks The Return: Part 9 online with Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Apple TV, Xbox, and mobile devices. You can read this Sling TV review if you’d like to learn more! There’s also a free Sling TV seven-day trial available!
On-Demand Ways to Watch Twin Peaks “The Return: Part 9” Online
You don’t have to watch the Twin Peaks live stream. In fact, there are a variety of ways that you can watch Twin Peaks The Return: Part 9 on-demand. Using Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, Vudu, or other services, you can watch episodes for less than $3. In order to save a little money, you might wish to consider the season pass. This allows you to receive each episode as soon as they are available at a reduced price. Most services allow you to use most devices, it really just depends on the service you use.
Check out the Twin Peaks guide we’ve set up to learn the best ways to watch the Twin Peaks live stream without cable!
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