Dolores, Maeve and the Man in Black are waiting for you! HBO’s Westworld theme park now has three seasons behind, with all parts of the mesmerising show created by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy.
UK fans probably want to know how and where they can watch Westworld online or streaming on their telly, legally, WITHOUT an expensive Sky/Cable subscription.
Westworld is an American TV series based on Michael Crichton’s 1973 film. It tells the story of a futuristic wild-west theme park, populated with androids, where visitors can interact with the “characters”, doing practically whatever they like (including sex and murder.) When the androids start getting sentient, things get dangerous…
The show stars Evan Rachel Wood, Thandie Newton, Ed Harris and many others in an impressive ensemble cast. All three seasons were highly praised and saw excellent ratings, and HBO have officially ordered Season 4 – but there’s no release date yet.
Season 3 of Westworld debuted in the US on March 15, 2020, and a day later in the UK, on NOW TV and Sky Atlantic. It finished its run on May 3, after eight episodes.
Where Can I Watch Westworld In The UK – Seasons 1-3
In the UK, Westworld normally airs on Sky Atlantic – but as Cord Cutters, we’re here to talk about your other viewing options – those not involving a full-on Sky (or Virgin, or BT) subscription.
These are your major options:
1. NOW TV – Seasons 1-3 (Expired)
Sky’s on-demand service offers a cheaper price over Sky’s regular TV offerings – and most importantly, without a long contract. (Check out my guide on cheaper NOW TV passes).
All three seasons of Westworld used to be available as box-sets on NOW TV’s Entertainment Pass.
However, as is often the case on NOW TV, the show expired recently and is no longer available. It will most likely return to the service, at some point in the future.
2. Amazon Prime Video – Seasons 1-3
3. Google Play Store – Seasons 1-3
Google’s play store offers both seasons of Westworld, as a one-time purchase.
Watch On: Chromecast, certain models of Smart TVs, Roku, smartphones and certain other devices via the YouTube app (No direct Amazon Fire TV or Apple TV support).