How to Watch the ‘Hell of a Cruise’ Premiere on Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV and Mobile
One of the most harrowing sagas of the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic revolved around a cruise ship full of passengers and crew that was stuck in the Pacific Ocean for weeks on end. Now, Peacock is presenting a documentary about that terrifying ordeal. “Hell of a Cruise,” which chronicles the mostly untold story of the ship, is set to debut on Wednesday, Sept. 14 and you can stream it with a Subscription to Peacock.
How to Watch “Hell of a Cruise”
About “Hell of a Cruise”
In January 2020, Carnival Cruise Line’s Diamond Princess cruise ship was quarantined at sea after a passenger tested positive for the virus, before many people knew what it even was. The documentary, directed by Nick Quested, follows the “two-week, claustrophobic nightmare” that took place while the boat was docked in Yokohama, Japan. The film also asks why Carnival allowed more ships to take off following the Diamond Princess’ medical emergency.
Descorre el telón de la pesadilla claustrofóbica de dos semanas cuando los pasajeros y miembros de la tripulación abordaron el lujoso crucero Diamond Princess en enero de 2020, no tenían idea de que el mortal nuevo coronavirus abordó el barco con ellos, convirtiendo el paraíso flotante en su peor pesadilla.
The 120-minute film features never-before-seen self-shot footage by the passengers, as well as interviews, and an examination of what exactly went wrong for the Diamond Princess. “Hell of a Cruise” is one of several documentaries debuting this fall on Peacock.
The film will open the streamer’s DocFest, which will see a new documentary released every Wednesday through Oct. 19.
What Devices Can You Use to Stream “Hell of a Cruise” on Peacock?
Peacock 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, Xbox, LG Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV, Sony Smart TV y VIZIO Smart TV.
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