‘The Buccaneers’: How to Watch the New High-Society Drama for Free

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Apple TV+ has entered high society with its new period drama The Buccaneers, featuring pop-song dance scenes (including Taylor Swift’s “Nothing New”), love triangles and drama, of course.

In case you need something to hold you over until the newest season of Netflix’s hit drama Bridgerton, the new series has you covered — and will maybe even become your latest binge-watch. It’s based on the novel of the same title by Edith Wharton and explores what happens when five American women enter English society.

Transport yourself to the 1870s as you follow Conchita Closson (Alisha Boe); Nan (Kristine Froseth) and Jinny St. George (Imogen Waterhouse); and Mabel (Josie Totah) and Lizzy Elmsworth (Aubri Ibrag) as they are sent to London to secure themselves husbands. What ensues is an Anglo-American clash as the girls bring their bull-headedness and American charm to the balls of London.

Keep reading to learn the streaming options available.

When & How to Watch The Buccaneers

The Buccaneers had a three-episode premiere on Wednesday (Nov. 8) and will have new episodes dropping every Wednesday for a total of eight episodes. The series in an Apple TV+ original, which means you’ll need a subscription to watch the series. If you’re already a subscriber, then you just need to log into your account to watch the show for no additional cost. You can click here or the button below to watch it now.

Don’t have a subscription? Apple TV+ has a 7-day free trial for new users, which means you can watch the series and more for free. After the free trial is over you’ll be charged the regular subscription fee of $9.99/month. Click here or the button below to start your free trial now.  If you’re looking for additional ways to save money, you can get three months free with the purchase of an eligible Apple device or a free month trial when you sign up for Apple One, which bundles Apple TV+ with up to five other services.

Besides The Buccaneers, you’ll have access to the entire Apple TV+ library, which includes exclusive content, TV shows, sports and movies including The Afterparty, The Crowded RoomTed LassoPlatonic, The Last Thing He Told Me, Silo, Severance, High Desert, Shrinking, The Big Door Prize, Bad Sisters, Schmigadoon!The Problem with John Stewart, The Morning Show, GhostedStillTetris, Palmer, Only Murders in the BuildingSnoopy Presents: One-of-a-Kind Marcie and more.

Apple TV+ can also be streamed on the Apple TV app, your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Mac and popular smart TVs including Samsung, LG, Sony, VIZIO, TCL, Toshiba and others, along with Amazon Fire TV devices, Chromecast with Google TV. Apple TV+ is available on PlayStation and Xbox gaming consoles as well.

Check below to watch the trailer for The Buccaneers.

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