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How to Watch Big Beasts Online Free on Apple TV Plus from Anywhere

By Lore Apostol / May 25, 2023

Big Beasts is a new nature documentary series that is set to premiere soon on the small screens, and we have the premiere date and everything else you may want to know. The best part is that you will be able to stream this title for free from anywhere in the world you may be.

Narrated by Tom Hiddleston, Big Beasts was filmed over two years, and it takes us from freezing poles to tropical rainforests to meet nature’s most stunning giants, as the series captures rare and first-ever footage using specialized equipment and next-generation filming techniques.

The series features some of the world’s most massive species filmed across 17 countries, including the gray whale, the elephant seal, the giant otter, the gorilla, the hippo, the brown bear, the ostrich, the orangutan, the tiger, and the polar bear, who prove that being big comes with enormous challenges.

The new documentary is produced by Plimsoll Productions with Emmy Award winner Tom Hugh-Jones and Emmy Award nominees Grant Mansfield and Martha Holmes executive producing. Hugh-Jones also served as executive producer for Apple TV+ BAFTA Award-nominated and Jackson Wild Media Award-winning nature docuseries Tiny World.

With this said, let's see when and how to watch Big Beasts online from anywhere, even on the go or while traveling abroad.

When and Where to Watch Big Beasts 

Apple TV’s new nature documentary premiered online globally with two episodes on Friday, April 21, 2023, and you will even be able to stream Big Beasts free on Apple TV Plus with a 7-day free trial. New content usually lands on the Apple TV Plus streaming platform right after 3 am ET (midnight PT).

The season has 10 episodes, and we’ll get two new episodes a day every other Friday for five weeks.

How to Watch Big Beasts for Free on Apple TV Plus

This documentary is an Apple TV Plus original title, and this means you will be able to stream Big Beasts on Apple TV Plus by subscribing to the service in countries where Apple's streaming service has launched, including the US, Canada, the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, and India. 

The website and the app are available in over 100 countries and regions and run on over 1 billion screens right now, and the platform has a subscription fee of USD 6.99 / CAD 8.99 / £6.99 / AUD 9.99 a month. However, you can watch Big Beasts for free by taking advantage of the 7-day free trial on Apple TV Plus that's offered for new customers.

You can also watch Big Beasts on Apple TV Plus via other Apple offers, such as the Apple One offer that includes an extensive 30-day Apple TV Plus free trial. There’s also the limited-time deal that offers a very generous 3-month long free trial for Apple TV Plus to customers who purchase and activate a new iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Mac, or iPod touch.

The Apple TV Plus streaming service’s library includes several Apple Original movies and also drama, comedy, documentary series, and more, such as the Oscar-winning CODA, They Call Me Magic, Roar, Pachinko, Tehran, Swan Song, Dickinson, and many others. Plus, the platform works with devices such as iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Mac, smart TVs (Samsung, LG, Sony, VIZIO, TCL, and others), Roku and Amazon Fire TV devices, Chromecast with Google TV, PlayStation and Xbox gaming consoles, and others.

Access Apple TV+ from Abroad

Apple TV Plus is geo-restricted, just like all the other streaming services, so you may bump into geo-blockades while traveling to some territories. This is why you will need to use a capable VPN to unblock Apple TV Plus. For this to work, just run the VPN in the background using a server from a home location where the geo-blocks are off before loading the streaming service.

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