Where to watch Tin Star online

Tin Star actor Tim Roth

Have you seen the new Tim Roth and Christina Hendricks hit new show Tin Star?

This tale of consists of; corruption, innocence, murder, grief and all consuming revenge. All set against the scenic backdrop of a beautiful remote Canadian mountain town – and is certain to get your blood pumping.

Tin Star tells the story of a former British detective who brings his family to the tiny, tranquil town of Little Big Bear for a better life. But when his small town is overrun by migrant workers from a massive new oil refinery, the wave of organised crime that follows them threatens to sweep away everything in its wake and dig up the past.

Where to watch

If you’re considering a full TV subscription service then with a Sky TV package.

However, if you’re not looking to commit to a full TV subscription package then don’t worry!

Fortunately, you can keep up with episodes without the need of a Sky TV subscription through Now TV‘s entertainment pass. You can get the no-contract pass free for 14 days – which given there are 10 episodes in the series might prove long enough to binge them all!


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Access your free 14-day trial now! Plus, you can catch up on all the best shows and watch the latest sports, movies and more.

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If not, the pass is £7.99 a month – but it does allow you access to a huge catalogue of blockbuster TV shows to get yourself lost in, including The Walking Dead, Westworld and the all new series of Twin Peaks: The Return.

Fancy a sneak peak at what’s new on Now TV?

Take a look here, you’ll even catch a glimpse of what’s to come in Tin Star.

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