Where to watch Dying to Belong online free

Do you have a love for all things morbid? Here's where you can watch Dying to Belong in the UK.

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Dying to Belong, the show about murderers who killed out of a yearning to belong, isn’t for the faint of heart.

In six shocking episodes, the series takes us through various cases, such as that of Byron Looper, a politician who turns to murdering his competition.

So, if your curiosity is piqued here’s where you can watch Dying to Belong.

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hayu is like Netflix but for reality TV. This streaming service has hundreds of reality shows like Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Love & Hip Hop: New York.

For about £4.99 a month you get access to all these series as well as all 6 episodes of Dying to Belong. If you want to try it out before paying, then you can do a hayu free trial too.

NOW

You can get access to all of hayu’s shows through NOW by buying a monthly hayu pass for about £4.99 a month – which is actually slightly cheaper than buying through hayu directly.

This means you can binge all six episodes of Dying to Belong. By taking advantage of NOW’s free trial you can watch it without spending a penny as well.

Amazon

You can watch all of hayu’s content through Amazon too. Although you’ll need to have Amazon Prime to buy a monthly hayu pass.

So it will cost about £12 in total for the Prime and hayu bundle if you want to watch Dying to Belong this way. Looking to watch it without paying? Amazon lets you do a 7-day free trial too.

Is the show available on Netflix?

Unfortunately it isn’t, but there are plenty of places to watch Dying to Belong in the UK.

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