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How to Watch Deep Water Online From Anywhere

Written by Lore Apostol
Last updated April 26, 2022

We are excited to get to watch a new erotic thriller based on a book become a reality, and this one has some popular actors. The Deep Water movie is set to premiere soon, and we will easily be able to watch it online, so let's see when, where, and how to watch Deep Water online from anywhere.

The 2022 movie stars Ben Affleck as Vic Van Allen and Ana de Armas as Melinda Van Allen in the main roles. They are also joined by Tracy Letts as Lionel Washington, Lil Rel Howery as Nash Hall, Dash Mihok as Arthur Goggins, Finn Wittrock as Damon "Dom" Hart, Kristen Connolly as Jackie Connelly, Jacob Elordi as Richard Chase, Rachel Blanchard as Maggie Connelly, Michael Braun as Jeff Peterson, Jade Fernandez as Evelyn Hall, and Michael Scialabba as Kevin Washington. This movie is directed by Adrian Lyne and written by Zach Helm and Sam Levinson.

This is a psychological thriller based on the novel Deep Water by Patricia Highsmith that focuses on a married couple who have fallen out of love with each other and begin playing deadly mind games against one another, resulting in those around them dying. The movie takes us inside the marriage of seemingly perfect couple Vic (Ben Affleck) and Melinda (Ana de Armas) Van Allen to discover the dangerous mind games they play and what happens to the people that get caught up in them.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (under 20th Century Studios) initially slated Deep Water for a theatrical release in 2020, but it will instead premiere on Friday, March 18, 2022, in the US on Hulu and internationally on Amazon Prime Video. As usual, this title will most probably become available on the platform somewhere after the clock strikes midnight PT on the streaming platforms.

How to Watch Deep Water From Anywhere

It's pretty easy to watch any movie or series online as long as you subscribe to one of the many live TV and streaming services out there these days. You can indeed stream any title in their library through a subscription, but only when you are in your home country. That is because almost all these streaming platforms have geo-restrictions in place, and you won't be able to access your library when you travel abroad and in some territories. However, you can lift the geo-blockade to watch Deep Water with a VPN subscription that changes your virtual location to make it appear like you are home.

If you're looking for a recommendation, ExpressVPN is one of the best tools on the market right now and easiest to use, and it can also efficiently unblock the most popular streaming platforms, such as Netflix, Hulu, and several others. There's a no-questions-asked money-back guarantee included, and this means you can try ExpressVPN for 30 days RISK-FREE before you decide to keep it. What's more, it has thousands of servers all around the world, fast and stable connections, and strong encryption protocols to protect your data online.

To enjoy this tool risk-free for a month, you need to head over to their website and subscribe to ExpressVPN (49% discount and 3 months FREE). To get started, create an account by filling in your details, selecting the desired plan, and paying. Now, download and install the app suited for your device or system following the simple on-screen instructions. Before anything, open the VPN, select a server located somewhere back home, and turn on the app to change your location and lift the restrictions. Now you access the streaming service to play the movie when it becomes available on the platform.

How to Watch Deep Water in the US

Deep Water is a Hulu Original movie, and this means you will be able to see it on Hulu for the moment (no information for Disney's Star service was announced). This means you will find it in the Hulu On-Demand library, and you will need to subscribe to the Hulu streaming platform and select one of the two base plans available to access the title.

You can either go for the ad-supported Hulu plan for $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year, or you can go with the Hulu (No Ads) plan for $12.99 per month to remove the commercials. Hulu offers a 30-day free trial for both of these plans that include thousands of hit shows, movies, and more. You can also customize by selecting Premium or Partner Add-ons such as HBO Max, Showtime, STARZ, EPIX, and others, for an additional monthly charge.

US customers have a pretty sweet deal on offer right now - besides the standalone service, you can get The Disney Bundle. With this bundle, you can get Disney Plus, ESPN Plus, and Hulu with or without ads at a discounted price and save 25% if you subscribe to this bundle compared to the monthly cost of subscribing to these three services separately. The Disney Bundle option with ad-supported Hulu costs $13.99 per month and with Hulu (No Ads) costs $19.99 per month.

However, we should remind you that Hulu is one of the live TV and streaming services that have geo-restrictions in place, so you won't be able to access your library while traveling abroad or even to some other state. Using a capable VPN will lift any geo-blocks for you because the tool will make it look like you are back home. For this to work, select a server in a location back home and turn on the VPN before accessing the streaming service.

How to Watch Deep Water in the UK, Canada, and Australia

The Deep Water movie is expected to land on Amazon Prime Video internationally, so you might be able to watch it there if you live in the UK and Australia, and most probably in Canada as well. You get a 30-day free trial with Amazon Prime, and after that, the membership price is $6.99 per month in Australia and £7.99 per month in the UK - and $7.99 per month in Canada (plus any applicable taxes).

As you probably know, almost all the streaming services out there are geo-blocked. This means you won't be able to access your library while abroad to watch the series online on the streaming platform you are subscribed to. However, you can bypass this issue if you get a reliable VPN, which can trick the platform into thinking you are back home. For this to work, change your actual location by selecting a server located in your home country and then access the streaming platform to start watching this title after it lands.

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