How to Watch Kyle Busch Documentary ‘Rowdy’ on Apple TV, Fire TV, Roku & Mobile
NASCAR fans won’t want to miss the newest Freevee Original documentary, which is available to stream on-demand beginning this week. “Rowdy” follows Cup Series Champion driver Kyle “Rowdy” Busch and the events that accompanied a major setback in his racing career. The documentary shows his incredible journey and demonstrates how he defied the odds. “Rowdy” drops exclusively on Freevee on Friday, Feb. 3. You can watch with a free sign-up to Freevee.
About Kyle Busch Documentary 'Rowdy'
“Rowdy” offers a closer look at Busch’s career, including his huge wins and hardest losses. The documentary is centered around the tragic 2015 crash that could have put an end to Busch’s career. While competing at the Daytona International Speedway, he was involved in a crash and ended up breaking one of his legs. He remained on the sidelines for months as he recovered.
Despite the accident, Busch persevered and came back stronger than ever before, becoming a champion in the sport. Throughout his career, Busch earned the titles of both the most winningest and most-hated NASCAR driver.
In interviews throughout the documentary, Busch opens up about his accident, comeback, career, and more. Other NASCAR icons, including Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jeff Gordon, make appearances and share their stories.
Can you watch Kyle Busch Documentary 'Rowdy' for free?
Freevee does not offer a free trial, but you can watch Kyle Busch Documentary ‘Rowdy’ as part of your subscription at no extra charge.
What devices can you use to stream Kyle Busch Documentary 'Rowdy'?
You can watch Freevee using 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, and VIZIO Smart TV.
Kyle Busch Documentary 'Rowdy' Trailer
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.
On a computer, you may find the Freevee library as a subsection within the Amazon Prime Video app. Most streaming devices have the Freevee app as a standalone option.