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Here’s How You Can Watch Every Episode Of Marvel’s Inhumans

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The simplest route to an Inhumans marathon is through Disney+, where the complete first (and only) season is available to stream. The service costs $6.99 per month, or $69.99 for an entire year if you’d prefer to pay up-front. With it, you’ll have access to a massive catalog of movies and television shows, ranging from Star Wars to Pixar to, of course, the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Also worth noting, for a $12.99 monthly rate, you can upgrade to the Disney Bundle, which includes Hulu and ESPN+ as well. The three together should supply plenty of content for the price, even long after your Inhumans binge is over.

Alternatively, if you’re just looking for an Inhumans watch without all of the extra material tacked on, Amazon Prime is the perfect place for you to go. Specific episodes will set you back $2.99 a piece (in HD, SD brings the rate down to $1.99), or you can pay for the entire HD season at once for the cost of $19.99 (or $14.99 in SD). This may seem like a lot relative to a Disney+ subscription, but, once you pay for all the Inhumans content you desire, it’s yours to keep in digital form.

For the time being, these are your only options to get your Inhumans fix. But for first time watchers, hopefully it’s worth the price you elect to pay.

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