How To Watch ‘Post Malone: Runaway’ for Free on Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, and Mobile
See a star on the road with the new documentary “Post Malone: Runaway” which follows musical icon Post Malone on his 2019 tour that promoted his “Hollywood’s Bleeding” album. The film will give fans an exclusive look into the tour and will be available to stream on Freevee starting on Friday, Aug. 12. You can watch the new documentary with a free sign-up to Freevee.
How to Watch ‘Post Malone: Runaway’
About ‘Post Malone: Runaway’
Austin Richard Post, who the world knows as rockstar Post Malone, takes you through his 2019 tour in an all-new documentary coming to Amazon’s free streaming service Freevee this week. The pre-pandemic tour followed the release of Malone’s album “Hollywood’s Bleeding,” which featured charting hits such as “Sunflower” and “Circles.”
“Post Malone: Runaway” will include a wide array of behind-the-scenes footage including videos of performances, interviews, and a backstage look at the popular hip-hop artist. The film was produced by Pulse Films, with collaboration from Vice Media group, and Federal Films. The documentary was created by Hector Dockrill and written and produced by Casey Engelhardt and Sam Bridger.
Can You Stream ‘Post Malone: Runaway’ for Free?
Freevee is a premium Amazon streaming service that is free for all subscribers with a free sign-up to Freevee.
What Devices Can You Use to Stream ‘Post Malone: Runaway’ on Freevee?
Freevee is available to stream on most devices, including Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Roku, Android TV, iPhone/iPad, Android Phone/Tablet, Mac, Windows, PlayStation, Xbox, LG Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV, Sony Smart TV en VIZIO Smart TV.
Freevee is a free video streaming service that includes on-demand access to thousands of movies and TV shows. The service also offers virtual live streaming channels like Dove Channel, CON TV, Docurama, Tastemade, and AMC Presents. Freevee was previously known as IMDb TV.
Users will experience commercial breaks roughly every 15 minutes in the course of a film.
If you are not watching on a Fire TV, you may find the Freevee library as a subsection within the Amazon Prime Video app, although a growing number of apps is available.