@RCArmitage Offers Ways to Watch Berlin Station

 

Sling TV, which is an internet TV service, should make Berlin Station available in real time. Sling is only available from a U.S. IP address. For $ 20.00 per month, you can get some U.S. cable channels, and for an extra $ 5.00, you can get the Hollywood Extras package, which includes EPIX. There is also a 7 days free trial. Berlin Station has 10 episodes – one a week, so it is possible to watch it in real time for $25.00 a month.

Richard Armitage also followed Hulu today and Hulu now has a deal with EPIX, so Berlin Station  will be available on Hulu – also for a fee, also only available, so far, from a U.S. IP address. Hulu will make EPIX original content available 90 days after the original airs. Hulu is currently $ 7.99 per month ( also with a 7 day free trial available). In addition, I think Hulu shows, such as Berlin Station, will also be available on demand. I’m not sure if that will be the case with Sling TV.

These are the legitimate ways to watch EPIX and Berlin Station if your cable subscriber does not make EPIX available.

 

 

 

 

 

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4 thoughts on “@RCArmitage Offers Ways to Watch Berlin Station

  1. All very interesting but would love to find out if we are going to be able to watch this in the
    UK and Australia. I will be in both countries in the Fall at different times in the Fall.

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    • Unless you are watching from an I.P. address located in the US, you won’t be able to see it in real time, and depending on your schedule, you may not be able to see it through regular means in real time.

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