Even after several production problems, director Bong Joon-Ho will eventually be broadcasting the television adaptation of the French graphic novel. But the only way to stream TNT’s Snowpiercer is to air cable in the US, which may be tougher than in other countries. This does not mean, however, that the show is fully inaccessible. Here’s how you can watch Snowpiercer on your web from Netflix even if you’re in the USA.
First, with TNT ads or apps without a cable login, you can freely view the episodes. Fortunately, this is not the only option available.
The second option requires a little work, however: a VPN. A device that you can use to disguise your website connection is VPNs, or virtual private networks as if you were surfing in another world. VPNs can be used in countries such as China to circumvent strict censorship laws, but they can be useful for streaming by Americans.
With a VPN, you can access any nation’s complete catalog of Netflix, but it does not matter what you pick, with Netflix keeping snowpiercer distribution rights in every country outside the USA. After you’ve been there, every Monday starting May 25, you’ll get access to Snowpiercer’s weekly episode on Netflix.
Many VPN services are available and the choices can be a little daunting. Thankfully, TechRadar has a daily newsletter, which discusses all the choices (as of yesterday at the time of writing). ExpressVPN is the best choice, but you must first read the options and find out what will be the best way to use your streaming system and how to best set up your service-be it your phone, mobiles, games consoles, and even some smart TVs.
However, Netflix’s Terms and Conditions for Service expressly prohibit the use of VPN, so this isn’t the above solution in technical terms. Although VPNs are quite common in unblocking streaming sites the risk of possible consequences should be remembered.