Where to watch Westworld online

This philosophical Sci-Fi Western is available on both NOW TV and Amazon Instant Video.

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If you want to stream this show to your computer, these are your two best options:

  • NOW TV. With a subscription to this service, you can watch Westworld limitlessly.
  • Amazon Instant Video. Buy the rights to stream one episode in HD for £2.49, or the whole season for £23.99. Or get them for cheaper in SD.

Unfortunately, other streaming sites such as Netflix don’t yet have Westworld in their collection. If you’re already subscribed to a few services and don’t feel ready to commit to another, a one-off purchase with Amazon Video might suit you best.

How can I watch Westworld for free?

If you want to avoid spending money, take advantage of NOW TV’s fourteen-day free trial. Westworld’s first season consists of ten episodes, so if you watch one episode a day, you’ll be done before the trial ends with four days to spare.

Illegal streaming sites may seem enticing, but bear in mind they’re often riddled with malware and rarely have adequate video and audio quality.

How much would it cost to watch on NOW TV?


NOW TV offers a few different subscription plans. To watch TV shows, you only need to sign up for their Entertainment Pass, which costs £7.99 a month with a fourteen day free trial.

For other plan options visit the NOW TV website.

What would it cost to watch on Amazon Instant Video?

This service also offers different payment options, depending on how many episodes you want to watch, and at what streaming quality. You could even try the first episode at £1.89 and stop there if it doesn’t convince you to buy the season.

Quality One episode Whole season
SD £1.89 £17.99
HD £2.49 £23.99
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