The first episode of Gotham Knights will premiere at 21:00 PT and ET on March 14. Another episode will drop each week at the same time, though it’s unclear how long this show will run for at the time of writing. You can look forward to seeing Batman’s adopted son Turner navigate Gotham City’s web of politics and crime alongside fan-favorites Harper Row and Duela Dent. Sound good? Read on to find out how you can stream Gotham Knights online, wherever you are.
First off, let’s clarify something. We’ll only be recommending official sources and strongly advise against watching Gotham Knights anywhere else. Third-party streams tend to be unreliable, not to mention illegal. Besides, with low-cost broadcasters in multiple countries, it’s also arguably more convenient to stream this show legitimately.
Gotham Knights will only be broadcast on geo-restricted platforms. This means that if you’re traveling abroad, you’ll need a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to watch on your usual streaming services.
How to stream Gotham Knights online from abroad
A VPN encrypts your internet connection and routes it through a server in another location, allowing you to access region-locked content. Just follow these steps to securely stream Gotham Knights from anywhere in the world:
- Start by deciding which VPN you’d like to use. We recommend NordVPN although Surfshark and ExpressVPN are two speedy alternatives that are great for streaming
- Download and install the VPN app, then use your credentials to log in
- Connect to a server in your home country. This will change your IP address, making it seem like you never left and helping you regain access to your favorite streaming services
- Now, just visit your country’s Gotham Knights broadcaster (see below for more details). You should be able to watch without any issues. If not, clear your cookies and try again. Failing this, get in touch with your VPN’s support team for more assistance
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How to watch Gotham Knights for free on US TV
Gotham Knights, like most DC TV shows, is exclusive to The CW. Unfortunately, while this channel is included with YouTube TV and Hulu, neither lets you watch live. But if you can wait until the day after Gotham Knights airs on TV, then you’ll be able to stream the show for free on The CW website.
It’s worth noting that you’ll have to be quick. Usually, only recently-aired episodes are available and there’s no telling when Gotham Knights will arrive on other streaming platforms. In other words, if you miss an episode, you’ll only have a few weeks to catch up before it disappears.
Now, The CW is only available in the US. If you’re traveling abroad, you can still watch but you’ll have to connect to an American VPN server first. NordVPN comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee, meaning you can try it risk-free. If you’re only away for a short time (or just don’t like this VPN), you can cancel and get a full refund.
Where else can I watch Gotham Knights online?
Don’t worry if you’re not in the US; Gotham Knights will be airing on several international channels very soon. Here’s a quick rundown of where you can watch:
Gotham Knights will be shown simultaneously in Canada and the US. However, instead of The CW, it’ll air on Showcase. If you have a cable TV subscription, you can just log into the Global TV website or app and watch at no added cost.
Want to watch Gotham Knights without cable? In that case, you can add the Stack TV addon to your Amazon Prime Video account. This costs $12.99 CAD per month following a 30-day free trial, though it’s worth noting you’ll also have to pay for Prime ($9.99 monthly). Most Canadians can get a 30-day trial of Prime but if you’re in Quebec, you’ll instead get two months for the price of one.
Global TV and Prime Video are both region-locked. You can continue using them during your travels with the help of a VPN.
Thankfully, Australians won’t have long to wait since Gotham Knights will be on Binge the day after it airs in the US (starting March 15). Prices begin at $10 AUD per month, and there’s a two-week free trial included. Particularly patient fans can wait until the whole series has aired, sign up, and stream all of Gotham Knights before canceling.
Binge isn’t accessible outside of Australia. All the same, you can regain access using one of your VPN’s Australian servers.
Unfortunately, we still don’t know when Gotham Knights will be available in the UK. To make matters worse, there’s no one broadcaster that usually gets the rights to The CW shows. For instance, The Flash is on Netflix UK, while Batwoman was on Channel 4. As always, we’ll let you know when more information is revealed.
What can we expect from Gotham Knights?
Bad news for fans of the Caped Crusader: he’s dead. Gotham Knights will follow Bruce Wayne’s adopted son, Turner Hayes (an entirely new character created for the show) as he teams up with an unlikely band of allies (including the Joker’s daughter) to try and unravel the details of the murder and find out who’s responsible.
On the plus side, you can go into this without having seen Gotham, The Dark Knight, or really, any Batman media. There will almost certainly be easter eggs for long-time comic readers but The CW appears to have focused on making Gotham Knights accessible to just about anyone.
Who stars in Gotham Knights?
Gotham Knights has a solid cast, with a few very famous faces appearing in leading roles. Here’s a rundown of who’s who in the latest Batman show from The CW:
- Oscar Morgan (Millie Inbetween) as Turner Hayes
- Fallon Smythe (S.H.R.I.E.K.) as Harper Row
- Navia Robinson (Raven’s Home) as Carrie Kelley
- Misha Collins (Supernatural) as Harvey Dent
- Olivia Rose Keegan (Days of Our Lives) as Duela
- Anna Lore (Katie) as Stephanie Brown
- David Alexander Miller (Designated Survivor) as Bruce Wayne
- Ethan Embry (Grace and Frankie) as Arthur Brown
- Lauren Stamile (Grey’s Anatomy) as Rebecca March