How to Watch The Apology Online From Anywhere

By Lore Apostol / December 16, 2022

The Apology is a new thriller movie to add to your streaming list since it will be extremely easy to watch it online, even on the go or while traveling abroad. We have the premiere date, cast, plot, and other details you may be looking for, so keep reading to find out more.

The plot follows recovering alcoholic Darlene Hagen 20 years after the disappearance of her daughter as she is preparing to host her family's Christmas celebration with her best friend Gretchen. Later in the evening, estranged ex-brother-in-law Jack arrives unannounced, bearing nostalgic presents and a grave secret. Soon, Darlene finds herself caught between reason and ruthless instinct, and a battle of wits escalates to a violent game of revenge as they are trapped together by a dangerous storm.

"The Apology is like nothing else you will see this holiday season — an intense and chilling thriller led by a tour-de-force performance from Anna Gunn. We are ecstatic to once again partner with our friends at Shudder and Company X Productions to bring this captivating original to audiences," said RLJE Films’ Chief Acquisitions Officer, Mark Ward.

The movie stars Anna Gunn as Darlene Hagen, Linus Roache as Jack Kingsley, and Janeane Garofalo as Gretchen Sullivan. This being said, let's see when, where, and how to watch The Apology online.

When and Where to Watch The Apology

RLJE Films will release The Apology in theaters on Friday, December 16, 2022, and the movie will become available for streaming on Shudder on the same day (available in the US and more). New content usually becomes available on streaming platforms right after midnight PT (3:01 am ET).

How to Watch The Apology Online From Anywhere

The many live TV and streaming services available nowadays make it easy to watch your favorite movies and series online in your home country, but these services are geo-restricted abroad. Shudder is only available in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and Ireland, so if you find your access is blocked when traveling, you can use a workaround to solve this issue, and you will still be able to watch The Apology online with a VPN subscription since this tool unblocks streaming services by changing your IP address.

If you're looking for recommendations, ExpressVPN can easily unblock several popular live TV streaming platforms like Shudder, AMC Plus, Hulu, Netflix, and others. This is the best VPN on the market right now, and it's extremely easy to use, even for beginners. You also get fast and stable connections and strong encryption protocols, and you can even try ExpressVPN for 30 days RISK-FREE via this tool's generous 30-day no-questions-asked money-back guarantee.

If you also want to enjoy a super price cut, select the annual plan when you subscribe to ExpressVPN (49% discount & 3 months FREE) on the official website. To get started, you need to create an account, so fill in your details and pay to be able to download the native VPN app for your device. Once the installation is done, launch the VPN app and switch it on via a server located where there are no geo-restrictions. Lastly, load the streaming service of choice and stream The Apology online after it premieres on the platform.

How to Watch The Apology Online in the US Without Cable

The movie is a Shudder original title and will be available to stream on the Shudder streaming platform for $5.99 a month or $56.99 yearly. The AMC-owned on-demand streaming platform offers the largest, best selection of horror films and series, with new exclusive premieres every week, and new customers get a 7-day free trial on Shudder.

A subscription with the AMC Plus streaming platform costs $8.99 per month or $83.88 annually and includes ad-free, on-demand original content from Shudder, AMC, and more. You can also add AMC Plus to your TV plan with Xfinity or Dish, and there's also a 7-day free trial for first-timers.

Of course, you can also add Shudder as a premium network add-on pack via live TV and streaming services. Let's see your options right now.

Traveling outside the US? These streaming platforms are geo-restricted, but a good VPN running in the background to unblock them while abroad. Just run it via a server located back home and turn on the VPN before accessing the streaming platform.

How to Watch The Apology Online in Canada, the UK, and Australia

Horror fans in the UK, Canada, and Australia will be able to watch The Apology on Shudder in several ways, including adding Shudder as a channel on Apple TV or The Roku Channel.

The first option is to subscribe directly on the official Shudder website for CA $5.99 a month (or CA $56.99 per year) / £4.99 a month (or £47.88 a year) / AU $6.99 per month (or AU $69.99 per year) and get a 7-day free trial if you're a new customer.

The second is to add Shudder via Prime Video as a Prime channel for CA $5.99 / AU $6.99 / £4.99 per month, and first-timers will also get a 30-day free trial in Canada and a 7-day free trial in the UK and Australia for this channel. The Prime membership costs CA $9.99 / AU $6.99 / £8.99 a month and comes with a generous 30-day free trial.

In Canada and Australia, you can subscribe to AMC Plus via the website or the AMC Plus app to get Shudder, and there's also a 7-day free trial available if you're new to the service. The subscription fee is CA $8.99 per month (or CA $83.88 per year) / AU $8.99 per month, and you will also get Acorn TV as well in Australia.

In Australia alone, you can add AMC Plus as a Prime channel on Prime Video for AU $8.99 a month with an AMC Plus 7-day free trial.

If you are traveling abroad and cannot access The Apology due to the geo-restrictions these streaming platforms have in place, we recommend you use a safe and powerful VPN tool set to server from a location back home.

The Apology Official Trailer

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