Where to watch The Trip series 3 online

Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon starring in The Trip

You must be trippin’ to miss Series 3, but if you (somehow) have, we’ve got you covered.

Series 3 of the Trip saw the Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon explore Spain in search of culture, cuisine and (slightly barbed) conversation. Following on from the success of series 2, the boys are back for another adventure.

The BAFTA-nominated comedy was shown on Sky Atlantic – but if you don’t have Sky you may have struggled to catch up.

How to watch online

The easiest way to catch up online with The Trip is on Now TV through their Entertainment pass – available now with a 14 day free trial. With six 30 minute episodes in series 3 this offers you plenty of time to binge the whole series.

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After these 14 days the pass is available at £7.99 a month – this also gets you access to over 250 box sets with shows like The Walking Dead, A League Of Their Own and The Affair all available right at your fingertips.

Alternatively if you only have an episode or two to catch up on, you can also watch the show on Amazon Video for £2.49 an episode (or £9.99 for the whole series).

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