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How to Watch ‘Pennyworth’ Online – Live Stream the New Show

Written by Gabriela Vatu
Published on June 25, 2019

Anyone that has ever heard about Batman knows that he would definitely not be in the same place if it weren't for Alfred, his trusty butler. Who is Alfred, what's his background, and what's his life story - well, that's what the new Pennyworth TV show is about to tell us?

Alfred Pennyworth is the Wayne family butler, but he's also a former British SAS soldier who sets up a security company and starts working with Thomas Wayne in the 1960s.

Jack Bannon will play Alfred, while Ben Aldridge will take on Thomas Wayne's role. The show is supposed to have ten episodes and will start airing on July 28th at 9 PM on Epix.

How to Watch Pennyworth Online?

Nowadays, we use the Internet for anything and everything, from chatting with friends to listening to music, and we've become accustomed that we can take all this content with us, no matter where you go. Well, that's not the whole truth with just any content, because live TV platforms, streaming services, and live streams are all geoblocked, so you can't take them with you anywhere outside the United States. This is due to licensing deals and it's perfectly normal, albeit annoying. So, if you're in this situation yourself, you should go ahead and subscribe to a VPN service because changing your IP address will help trick the system. We'll guide you through it all.

Can You Watch Pennyworth on the Epix Website?

Yes, you can, but you're going to have to sign up for an account in order to do this. There are a few ways you can do this. One of these is to sign up with credentials from your TV provider, whether that's a live TV service or a cable company. The other way is to subscribe directly to Epix, which will cost you $5.99 per month. Whichever way you choose to this, you need to know that you have to prove to them that you're paying for Epix access somewhere, somehow.

How to Watch Pennyworth Without Cable?

Nowadays, we live in the digital era, so it makes perfect sense to also bring TV watching into the same period. There are quite a few live TV platform that can help you achieve this nowadays, giving you the freedom to watch anywhere you are as long as you have a compatible device and an Internet connection. Plus, these platforms will help you save some money because they're much cheaper than cable is, and you can also cancel at any time if that's what you want to do. Let's see what platforms will help you along.

Sling TV - We're kicking off our list with Sling TV, which is a great platform with loads of customization options. There are three bundles you start off with - Orange, Blue, and Orange + Blue - and you get to add a bunch of channel packs to those. The bundle you choose will influence the number of simultaneous streams you're going to get, so make sure to look into that too. On top of the channel packs you can get, you can also add a bunch of premium networks, including Epix. It will cost you $5 per month to get via Sling TV.

Amazon Prime - Another way to subscribe to Epix is via Amazon Prime. If you're a Prime subscriber you can also get Epix for $5.99 per month. The Prime subscription comes with some serious advantages, such as free content to watch, free music, and so on. Well, now, you can pay for Epix through a single bill, rather than split it over multiple platforms.

Epix Now - We also have to mention that you can also subscribe directly to Epix, which will cost you $5.99 per month. The subscription comes with a week-long trial period, which is pretty cool. You can cancel at any time and, in the meantime, enjoy unlimited streaming and unlimited downloads, as well as the possibility to watch on multiple devices at the same time. You can download apps for multiple devices, including iOS tablets and smartphones, Apple TV, Android smartphones and tablets. Chromecast, Fire TV, Roku, and more.

YouTube TV - We have YouTube TV next on the list, and it's an excellent platform with a single bundle of channels, and great features offered to subscribers, including unlimited cloud DVR storage space. While you can't add any channel packs to the $49.99 per month subscription, you can add some premium networks, including EPIX. It will cost you $6 per month to subscribe to the service directly through YouTube TV.

PlayStation Vue - The last on our list is PlayStation Vue, which is one of our favorite platforms thanks to the great subscriber features, including enough cloud DVR storage space for 500 programs and five simultaneous streams. There are four bundles you can get here - Access, Core, Elite, and Ultra. You'll find that EPIX Hits (not the full bundle) comes prepacked into Elite ($59.99/mo) and Ultra ($79.99/mo), but you can also get it separately with the other bundles, for $3.99 per month, or $2.99 per month if you're a PlayStation Plus subscriber. If you need more content, PlayStation Vue offers a couple of channel packs and several other premium networks.

How to Binge-Watch Pennyworth?

The show hasn't premiered but as soon as it does, you'll get access to each new episode as on-demand over on the Epix platform. You can sign in with the help of your TV provider credentials, including live TV services. According to the list provided by Amazon Prime, subscribers will also have access to Pennyworth episodes starting on July 28th if you've added Epix to the subscription.

Another way you'll be able to watch is to purchase the episodes once they become available via a series of platforms, such as Google Play, YouTube, iTunes, Amazon Prime, Vudu, and Microsoft Store. Obviously, since the show has yet to air, the episodes aren't yet available, or the links, but we'll update when they do.

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