Where to watch Brain Games online

Learn where you can stream Brain Games on the Internet.

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What’s the show about?

Brain Games is a National Geographic show in which the host takes the viewers on an exploration of the human brain through various mind games, cognitive science, illusions and psychological experiments.

It was released in 2011 and is still going, occasionally inviting familiar famous faces such as Rebel Wilson and Jack Black to participate in some episodes exploring different topics on how the brain works.

Can’t I just download Brain Games illegally for free?

You shouldn’t! Here are a few things to remember:

  • It’s poor quality. Streaming can sometimes take ages to buffer and the resulting quality is usually very poor.
  • It risks your computer. It’s risky as many illegal streaming sites carry viruses and ads that put your computer at risk.
  • It’s illegal. To support the entertainment industry which works hard to bring great entertainment to fans, pay your bit, sit back and enjoy.

It’s so much easier to just sign up with Disney+, then you can also watch hundreds of other movies and TV shows from Disney, Marvel, Pixar, Star Wars, National Geographic and more.

Is Brain Games on Netflix or other streaming sites?

Brain Games is not available on Netflix or Amazon Prime streaming services, but you can buy it as a standalone movie to watch on Amazon Prime. You can add Disney+ to NOW and Sky Q, where you’ll be able to stream the movie.

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