Show/Episode: Twin Peaks Season 3, Episode 7 “The Return, Part 7”
Date/Time: Sunday, June 18 at 9 p.m. ET
Next Day, On Demand: Sling TV (free 7-day trial)
International Stream: Streaming options outside of the US
In keeping with the theme of not sharing enough information for you to know what’s going on, the synopsis for this week’s episode of Twin Peaks is incredibly vague. While last week’s episode was “Don’t Die” this week’s might make you believe that someone did, as it simply states, “There’s a body all right.” There’s only one way to find out what will happen in this episode of Twin Peaks and that’s to watch it!
Even if you don’t have cable, there are several ways to watch the Showtime live stream. There is no way you should have to miss out on the Twin Peaks The Return: Part 7 live stream because you have a number of options, both live stream and on-demand. For example, both Amazon Prime and Sling TV offer the Showtime library, which includes the live stream. As for on-demand options, if you keep reading we will discuss those, too.
Watch the Twin Peaks “The Return, Part 7” Online on Amazon Prime
While so many streaming services offer just streaming, Amazon Prime steps away from that model by offering an entertainment package that offers music, original shows, movies, TV, and more. The free 2-day shipping is available, too. You might want to know more and if you do, our Amazon Prime review is always available! Showtime is available through Amazon Channels and is required to watch Twin Peaks The Return: Part 7 online, at least with Amazon. This gives you access to the Twin Peaks The Return: Part 7 live stream and to the entire Twin Peaks library (past and present) in the on-demand catalog. Amazon Fire TV, smart TVs, Apple TV, Chromecast, and Roku are just some of the ways to watch Twin Peaks The Return: Part 7 live stream.
Amazon Prime is available for $99 each year. Monthly payment options are also available. For just Prime Video, the membership is $9 a month or you can get the full membership for $11/month. Adding Showtime through Amazon channels is $9/month. There’s a 30-day trial available when you sign up and you also get a free seven-days for each Amazon Channel that you subscribe to!
Sling TV – Twin Peaks “The Return: Part 7” Live Stream
Sling TV starts with Sling TV Orange. It’s $20/month and offers over 30 channels. Freeform, CNN, Comedy Central, Cartoon Network, AMC, A&E, HGTV, Disney, TBS, TNT, and ESPN. Add on channels are also available and Showtime is one of them. While add-on channel prices vary, Showtime is available for around $9 a month. This gives you access to the full Showtime library on-demand, which means you’ll have access to all previously aired episodes for each Showtime show.
You can use Sling TV to watch the Twin Peaks The Return: Part 6 live stream on Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, mobile devices, and more. Our Sling TV review will help you to learn more! You can even sign up for a free Sling TV 7-day trial to try it before you pay for it!
Watch Twin Peaks “The Return: Part 7” Online and On-Demand
If you don’t want to watch this or other shows in live stream, there are other options. For example, you can watch Twin Peaks The Return: Part 7 online, on-demand. Services like Amazon Instant Video and Vudu both provide episodes for around $2. iTunes also offers episodes, though they may cost a little more. If you want to save some money, the season pass is recommended, if available. You can watch on most devices, but it really depends on the service you use, which devices will be available.
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