Where to stream Westworld in 2023 (Which FAST channels have the show?)

Episode 11 (season 2, episode 1), debut 4/22/18: Evan Rachel Wood.photo: John P. Johnson/HBO
Episode 11 (season 2, episode 1), debut 4/22/18: Evan Rachel Wood.photo: John P. Johnson/HBO /

At the tail end of 2022, Warner Bros Discovery (WBD) announced that several of its canceled series would be pulled from HBO Max. On that list was Westworld, the dystopian sci-fi series that has captivated audiences since it first premiered in 2016. The show finished its run with its fourth season, though a fifth and final season had been planned before its cancellation.

Fans of the series believed that outside of their own DVD collections, they’d be able to continue rewatching the series on its streaming home, HBO Max. However, with WBD leveraging new opportunities in the streaming sphere, Westworld was marked for removal from the platform to later be placed on free, ad-supported streaming TV services otherwise known as FAST channels.

When the news broke in December, a new streaming home for the series wasn’t announced. But with a new year has come confirmation for where the show will be available to stream online in 2023. Here’s what we know!

Where to stream Westworld online

TVLine reports Westworld will soon land on Roku and Tubi. Those who use the platforms can expect to be able to watch all four seasons of the series. As mentioned above, these are ad-supported services so you will have to deal with commercial interruptions as you would on streamers you’re subscribed to via an ad-tier account.

A specific date for release on these platforms hasn’t been announced. However, Tubi is set to begin rolling out WBD content starting Wednesday, Feb. 1 and will continue to do so throughout the month. You’ll have to wait a little longer for Roku’s roll out. They’re reportedly looking at Spring 2023 for a release window.

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