How To Watch Power Online

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Power is a crime drama on Starz, produced by rapper 50 Cent (Curtis Jackson) (R) and created by Courtney Agboh. The show has been running since June 2014, with 4 seasons total (with a fifth on the way down the line). The show takes place in New York City and follows James Patrick (AKA “Ghost”), as he struggles to both run a successful nightclub in New York City and survive as a key member of a large underground drug ring.

The show chronicles his struggles as he attempts to maintain these two lives, as well as his marriage with his wife, Tasha. However, things quickly fall apart when he attempts to withdraw himself from a life of crime and shift his focus to his nightclub.

Power is one of the best crime dramas out there, and that isn’t going to change anytime soon – but none of that matters if you don’t know where you can watch the show for yourself online! That’s where I come in.

Without further ado, here’s a detailed list of all the major online streaming services that offer Power content, while remaining affordable.

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On Demand & Live TV Streaming Services For Power

If you prefer to catch your favorite Power content live or binge-watch it on-demand, then the services listed below are your best bets. I’ll list season availability, as well as pricing, for all of the platforms I mention. As Power is part of the Starz network, I’ll be mentioning Starz availability for services (Like Sling TV) that don’t specifically offer individual shows for streaming.

  • Starz: The official Starz streaming service will run you either $8.99 a month, or $89.99 annually, and offers plenty of Starz shows and movies – including the likes of American Gods and more importantly – Power. You’ll get access to all current and future Power episodes and seasons.
  • Hulu: Hulu has the first 2 seasons of Power available at the moment, and offers two distinct subscription models. For $5.99/month, you can watch as much of Hulu as you’d like, but there are ads enabled. For $11.99 a month, on the other hand, you get commercial-free Hulu.
  • Netflix: Netflix does not offer Power content at this time.
  • Amazon Prime Instant Video: Amazon Prime Instant Video does not offer any Power content on demand.
  • Sling TV: Sling TV is one of the most popular online TV streaming services, and also one of the best for catching Starz content at an affordable price. For $25/month, you get the baseline Sling Blue streaming package, after which you need only purchase the $9/month Starz add-on to watch Power episodes when they air. Sling also offers a $5/month Cloud DVR option, should you want it.
  • PlayStation Vue: PlayStation Vue does not offer the Starz network as an add-on, or a baseline channel at the moment.
  • DirecTV Now: If you buy one of DirecTV Now’s monthly subscriptions (starting at $35/month) you can add the Starz channel into your line-up for $8/month.

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A la Carte Services

If you don’t want to buy a monthly streaming subscription, your best bet is to go with an A la Carte service like the ones listed below. Below, I’ll detail season availability and pricing for each of the A la Carte services that offer Power content.

Amazon Video

  • Price Per Episode: $2.99 (HD), $1.99 (SD)
  • Season 1: $14.99 (HD), $9.99 (SD)
  • Season 2: $24.99 (HD), $18.99 (SD)
  • Season 3: $24.99 (HD), $18.99 (SD)
  • Season 4: Not currently available for purchase

iTunes

  • Price Per Episode: $2.99 (HD), $1.99 (SD)
  • Season 1: $14.99 (HD), $12.99 (SD)
  • Season 2: $24.99 (HD), $18.99 (SD)
  • Season 3: $24.99 (HD), $18.99 (SD)
  • Season 4: Not currently available for purchase

Google Play Store

Note: The Google Play Store doesn’t make it clear whether their episodes are in HD or SD, but based on the pricing, it can be assumed that they are SD unless stated otherwise.

  • Price Per Episode: $1.99
  • Season 1: $9.99
  • Season 2: $18.99
  • Season 3: $18.99


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Vudu

  • Price Per Episode: $2.99 (HD), $1.99 (SD)
  • Season 1: $19.99 (HDX), $12.99 (SD)
  • Season 2: $24.99 (HDX), $18.99 (SD)
  • Season 3: $24.99 (HDX), $18.99 (SD)
  • Season 4: Not currently available for purchase

PlayStation Store

  • Price Per Episode: $2.99 (HD), $1.99 (SD)
  • Season 1: $14.99 (HD), $12.99 (SD)
  • Season 2: $24.99 (HD), $18.99 (SD)
  • Season 3: $24.99 (HD), $18.99 (SD)
  • Season 4: Not currently available for purchase

Fandango Now

  • Price Per Episode: $2.99 (HD), $1.99 (SD)
  • Season 1: $19.99 (4K Ultra HD), $15.99 (HD), $11.99 (SD)
  • Season 2: $28.99 (4K Ultra HD), $23.99 (HD), $14.99 (SD)
  • Season 3: $23.99 (HD), $14.99 (SD)
  • Season 4: Not currently available for purchase

Microsoft Store

  • Price Per Episode: $2.99 (HD), $1.99 (SD)
  • Season 1: $23.92 (HD), $9.99 (SD)
  • Season 2: $24.99 (HD), $18.99 (SD)
  • Season 3: $24.99 (HD), $18.99 (SD)
  • Season 4: Not currently available for purchase

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