How to Watch Twin Peaks The Return Part 6 Online without Cable

watch Twin Peaks The Return Part 6 online

 

Show/Episode: Twin Peaks Season 3, Episode 6 “The Return, Part 6”

Date/Time: Sunday, June 11 at 9 p.m. ET

Channel: Showtime

Watch Twin Peaks Live Stream with: Amazon Prime (free 30-day trial), Sling TV (free 7-day trial)

Next Day, On Demand: Sling TV (free 7-day trial)

International Stream: Streaming options outside of the US

If you thought last week that Showtime didn’t leave you a lot to go on, this week isn’t going to be much better. In fact, this week you get even less. The Twin Peaks synopsis for the upcoming, Twin Peaks The Return: Part 6, is simply “Don’t Die.” It sounds like good advice when you think about it, but it doesn’t give you a lot to go on where this upcoming episode is concerned!

If you don’t have cable, the Showtime live stream will be extremely helpful in making sure that you can watch the Twin Peaks The Return: Part 6 live stream online. If you do want to watch online, both Amazon Prime and Sling TV will give you access to Showtime so you can watch Twin Peaks The Return: Part 6 online. There are some on-demand options, too. If you’re interested in watching episodes after they air we will discuss those options below.

 

Use Amazon Prime to Watch the Twin Peaks “The Return, Part 6” Online

Amazon Prime is a complete entertainment package offering music, movies, TV shows, original content, and much more. You even get free 2-day shipping. Our Amazon Prime review is here and can tell you everything you receive when you sign up! You’ll need the Showtime Amazon Channel if you want to watch Twin Peaks The Return: Part 6 online using Amazon. This will allow you to watch Twin Peaks The Return: Part 6 live stream. You can watch on Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, smart TVs, Xbox, Roku, and mobile devices.

Amazon Prime costs $99 a year. You can also pay by the month. The Prime Video membership is $9/month or the full membership is available at $11/month. The Showtime Amazon channel is an additional $9/month. A 30-day trial is available for your main membership and you get a free week for every Amazon Channel you sign up for!

 

Use Sling TV and Watch Twin Peaks “The Return: Part 6” Online

How does Sling TV work

Sling TV is available for $20/month in the Sling Orange package. You’ll receive 30+ channels that include Freeform, Cartoon Network, CNN, Comedy Central, AMC, HGTV, Disney, TNT, A&E, TBS, and ESPN. You can also add channels, like Showtime to you package. For less than $10/month you’ll get the complete Showtime on-demand library, which includes access to every episode that has aired for your favorite Showtime shows.

Apple TV, Chromecast, Xbox, Roku, and mobile devices will all air the Twin Peaks The Return: Part 6 live stream. You can check our Sling TV review to discover more! There’s also a free Sling TV trial that lasts for a week that you won’t want to miss!

 

On-Demand Offers – Watch Twin Peaks “The Return: Part 6” Online

Maybe you want to buy episodes so you can watch them whenever and wherever you want. Maybe you just don’t like live stream. Whatever the reason, there are several ways to watch Twin Peaks The Return: Part 6 online, on-demand. Amazon Instant Video, Vudu, and iTunes are all top choices where on-demand viewing are concerned. The price per episode tends to be around $3, but that depends on where you buy the episodes and whether or not you’re purchasing the season pass. While availability depends on the service you choose, you should be able to watch Twin Peaks “The Return: Part 6” online using Chromecast, mobile devices, and Roku.

You can visit our Twin Peaks guide to learn more about the show and how to stream it, including more ways to watch Twin Peaks without cable!

Ashtyn Evans

Ashtyn Evans

Ashtyn Evans is a screenwriter and freelance writer from the Midwest. She owns nearly a thousand films on Amazon and holds streaming subscriptions to everything from HBO and Hulu to Showtime and Starz. Email her at ashtynevans@streamingobserver.com.
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