Show/Episode: Twin Peaks Season 3, Episode 5 “The Return, Part 5”
Date/Time: Sunday, June 4 at 9 p.m. ET
Next Day, On Demand: Sling TV (free 7-day trial)
International Stream: Streaming options outside of the US
Not to be overly secretive, Showtime really isn’t giving anything away about the upcoming episodes of Twin Peaks. Take for example, Twin Peaks The Return: Part 5, where all we have to go on is “Case Files.” Clearly, you’re just going to have to watch the episode if you want to know anything that happens. The good news is that there are several ways to watch Twin Peaks online with or without cable!
Assuming you don’t have cable, you can watch the Twin Peaks The Return: Part 5 live stream online with any streaming service that offers the Showtime live stream. Two of those options include Amazon Prime and Sling TV. Alternatively, you can use on-demand options to watch Twin Peaks S3 E5 online. As for those options, we will discuss them a bit later.
Watch the Twin Peaks “The Return, Part 5” Live Stream with Amazon Prime
From music to movies, Amazon Prime is so much more than 2-day shipping. While I could list all the ways Amazon Prime makes sense as a complete entertainment option, you can find all those reasons in our Amazon Prime review. Where movies & TV are concerned, you’ll have thousands of options! In order to watch Twin Peaks The Return: Part 5 online with Amazon, you’ll need to add-on the Showtime Amazon Channel. Adding Prime is $99 annually. Monthly prices are also available, though they are more expensive than if you pay by the year. From there, the Showtime channel is $9/month. You get a 7-day free trial for the Amazon Channels that you choose and your main Amazon Prime membership starts with one-month free!
You’ll receive everything in your Amazon Channel of Showtime that you would if you were a cable user. Every Showtime show is included, along with a movie library. Remember, Amazon Channels offers a free 7-day trial and Prime gives you that first month free, as well. Roku, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, and mobile devices will air the Twin Peaks “The Return: Part 5” live stream.
Sling TV – Watch Twin Peaks “The Return: Part 5” Online
Sling TV‘s Orange package is available at $20 every month. This package has 30 channels and it’s the cheapest price in streaming. Cartoon Network, Freeform, Comedy Central, HGTV, Disney, Lifetime, AMC, A&E, CNN, TBS, and ESPN are all part of your package. Sling TV also offers a wide variety of channels that can be added to your Sling TV package. As you might have guessed, Showtime is one of those channels. Showtime is available for less than $10/month. You’ll be able to watch Twin Peaks “The Return: Part 5” streaming on Apple TV, Roku, Xbox, Chromecast, and mobile devices. Visit the Sling TV review for even more details! Oh, and make sure to sign up for your free Sling TV trial for a free week of Sling TV!
Watch Twin Peaks “The Return: Part 5” Online On-Demand
So, live stream isn’t your thing, and you’d rather own the episodes so you can watch them any time you want? If that’s the case you can do that, too. Some of the top options in on-demand streaming are Vudu, iTunes, and Amazon Instant Video. You should be paying less than $3/episode, but prices vary based on the service you choose. Additionally, you may be able to shave a little off the cost of each episode when you order the Season Pass. Streaming device availability depends on the service you choose, but you should be able to watch Twin Peaks “The Return: Part 5” online with Roku, mobile devices, and Chromecast.
Our Twin Peaks guide is filled with useful information if you’re looking for other services or ways to watch Twin Peaks online without cable!
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