How to Watch ‘The Girl in the Woods’ Series Premiere Live on Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, and Mobile
If you’re looking for a horror series to get you in the Halloween spirit, look no further than Peacock Original series The Girl in the Woods. The young adult series makes its debut on Thursday, October 21 with plenty of frightening moments ahead. To stream The Girl in the Woods, you’ll need a subscription to Peacock Premium ($4.99).
How to Watch ‘The Girl in the Woods’ Online
About ‘The Girl in the Woods’
In the series, “a teenage runaway who’s anything but ordinary as she faces her demons and bonds with two new friends to fight back.” It’s all about “a mysterious door in the woods that leads to a terrifying monster dimension.”
The Girl in the Woods is inspired by Crypt TV’s The Door in the Woods, which is a 2018 short film directed and written by Joey Greene. The sequel to the film, The Girl in the Woods, written by David Calbert, Van Nguyen and directed by Roxine Helberg, also inspired the Peacock series.
All eight episodes of The Girl in the Woods will be available to stream beginning October 21, so you can binge-watch them if you’d like to. The series features Stefanie Scott as Carrie, Misha Osherovich as Nolan, Sofia Bryant as Tasha, Will Yun Lee as Arthur Dean, Kylie Liya Page as Sara, Reed Diamond as Hosea, and Leonard Roberts as Khalil.
Carrie es una guerrera misteriosa que escapó de una colonia de culto que protege al mundo de los monstruos escondidos detrás de una puerta secreta en el bosque.
How Much Does Peacock Premium Cost?
A subscription to Peacock Premium is available for USD 4.99 / mes o USD 50 / año (USD 4.17 / mes).
Can You Stream ‘The Girl in the Woods’ For Free?
There is not a free trial of Peacock Premium, but Xfinity and Cox customers can get Peacock Premium with ads for free. The ad-free tier costs just $4.99 per month for Xfinity and Cox customers.
What Devices Can I Use to Stream ‘The Girl in the Woods’ on Peacock?
Peacock is available to stream on 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