Wu-Tang: An American Saga shows a fictionalized history of one of America’s most well-known rap groups. The first three episodes will premiere on September 4, with a new one each week until October 23 (for a total of ten episodes). Below, we’ll explain how to live stream Wu-Tang: An American Saga online from anywhere (even outside of the US) using a Virtual Private Network (VPN).
It’s important to note that we’re only recommending official sources. Given the Wu-Tang Clan’s massive popularity and the fact that this show is only available in the US, unlicensed streams are almost guaranteed. However, these are often very low-quality and can be taken offline without warning for copyright violation. It’s relatively simple to watch Wu-Tang: An American Saga from anywhere, though, so there’s no need to use unofficial streams.
This show will only be shown on geo-restricted services, so you’ll need a VPN to watch Wu-Tang: An American Saga abroad.
How to watch Wu-Tang: An American Saga abroad with a VPN
New to VPNs and not sure where to start? It’s actually quite easy to unblock region-locked platforms from abroad. Just follow the steps below.
Here’s how to watch Wu-Tang: An American Saga online from anywhere:
- First, sign up for a suitable VPN. We particularly recommend ExpressVPN although NordVPN and CyberGhost are both high-quality, low-cost alternatives.
- Next, download and install the VPN app, making sure to get the right version for your device.
- Connect to one of your VPN’s American servers (the location doesn’t matter).
- Create a Hulu account. Note that this requires a payment method linked to a US address but you can purchase prepaid cards online that will work; just be sure to buy from a reputable seller.
- Finally, try watching something on Hulu. Your video should play immediately but if you see an error (“Based on your IP address, we noticed you are trying to access Hulu through an anonymous proxy tool”), clear your cache and cookies, then reload the page, or contact your VPN provider for further assistance.
How to stream Wu-Tang: An American Saga on US TV
This show is available exclusively on Hulu US, but it won’t be broadcast live, so there’s no need to pay for the expensive Hulu + Live TV package. Instead, you just need the standard subscription, which costs $5.99 USD per month.
It’s worth mentioning that Hulu comes with a 30-day free trial. This isn’t long enough to watch the entire season for free but if you don’t mind waiting until October, you could sign up, stream Wu-Tang: An American Saga, and cancel within 30 days to avoid being charged.
Hulu US is region-locked, meaning you’ll either have to be in the US or connected to an American VPN server in order to watch Wu-Tang: An American Saga online.
Can I watch Wu-Tang: An American Saga outside of the US?
Currently, there aren’t any international broadcasters for Wu-Tang: An American Saga. In fact, the show won’t even be shown on Hulu Japan. However, this may change in the future; after all, although it’s an American group, Wu-Tang Clan has fans all over the world.
This wouldn’t be the first time a Hulu show has appealed to international audiences. Some of the service’s most high-profile titles (including The Handmaid’s Tale) were originally only available in America, but have since found regional broadcasters in numerous other countries. Ultimately, whether Wu-Tang: An American Saga is ever available abroad will likely depend on how well the series performs domestically.
What do we know about Wu-Tang: An American Saga?
Wu-Tang: An American Saga will be similar to 2015’s Oscar-winning movie, Straight Outta Compton; it’s a semi-biographical account of musicians founding one of the most influential rap groups of all time. Wu-Tang Clan members Ghostface Killah, Masta Killah, GZA, and Inspectah Deck were all consulting producers, and the RZA co-wrote the show, so it’s as true a telling as fans are likely to get.
With a limited, 10-episode run, it’s unlikely the show will follow the band all the way to the present day. However, we can reasonably expect to see some of its most famous moments (such as the release of their breakout record “Protect Ya Neck”) recreated onscreen.