How to watch Them - where to stream every episode of the new horror thriller

how to watch Them
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A creepy concoction of thriller meets horror, perhaps the scariest aspect of Them, a brand new anthology TV series, is its very real and prevalent undertones of racism.

Set in 1950s America during The Great Migration, a Black family move from North Carolina to an all-white neighborhood in Los Angeles. Not quite the fresh start the Emorys envisioned for their idyllic new life in the sunny City of Angels, Them brings together the evils of both our world and sinister forces from another realm.

Available exclusively to subscribers of Amazon Prime Video (opens in new tab), Them stars the talented Deborah Ayorinde, Ashley Thomas, Shahadi Wright Joseph and many more. 

The ten episode series looks to explore the different layers of terror within the United States as the Emorys all-white neighbors, fuelled by discriminatory views, begin to taunt and terrorise the family in the hope of making them leave. 

That's not the only forces at play, though. An otherwordly presence seems to be haunting their new home, apparently set to make Lucky, Henry, Ruby, and Gracie leave. That, or kill them.

Landing on Amazon's very own streaming platform, Amazon Prime Video, from April 9 you'll be able to binge all ten episodes of season 1 in one go.

Bearing in mind Amazon Prime Video offers new subscribers a 30-day free trial (opens in new tab), you'll be able to squeeze in all ten episodes and watch Them (opens in new tab) in full before spending a cent.

As well as this brand new TV series, Amazon Prime Video is filled to the brim with fantastic entertainment including Amazon Originals like Jack Ryan, and The Marvelous Mrs Maisel. In great company, find out how to watch Them as it lands on Amazon Prime Video, with more information on cost and that free trial below.

How to watch Them worldwide

Amazon Prime Video| From $8.99 a month (opens in new tab)

Amazon Prime Video| From $8.99 a month (opens in new tab)
All 10 episodes of Them (opens in new tab) season 1 is arriving on Amazon Prime Video on April 9, whether you're in the US, UK, Canada, or anywhere around the world with access to Prime Video. In the US and UK, you're able to subscribe to Amazon Prime Video on its own for $8.99/£5.99 a month.

Otherwise you can pay for a full Amazon Prime membership (opens in new tab), including access to Amazon Music, Prime Reading, free delivery and more, as well as being able to watch Prime Video's library. Choose between a monthly or annual payment plan from $12.99/£7.99/CA$7.99/€7.99/AU$6.99 a month, or $119/£79/CA$79/€69/AU$59 a year. Whichever way you choose to access Prime Video, you can enjoy a 30-day free trial (opens in new tab) if you're a new customer.

If you're a student, you'll be able to get Amazon Prime Video at a discounted rate of $6.49 a month for students in the US. In the UK, you can get the full Prime membership with 50% off for £3.99 a month, or £39 a year, with both the US and UK offering an incredible six month free trial before paying anything.

Valid EBT card holders can also enjoy Prime Video for $5.99 a month. 

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Alice Marshall

Alice is the resident eCommerce Staff Writer at Future with a focus on VPN and streaming services, such as Disney Plus and HBO Max. She predominantly writes buying and streaming service guides, as well as how to watch articles so you know exactly when and where you can watch Friends, Euphoria, or RuPaul's Drag Race. Previously a Commercial Content Writer at Trusted Reviews, Alice has five years experience giving online buying advice, and over two years writing about consumer tech.