The new documentary series, broken into four episodes, looks at the life of enigmatic music producer Phil Spector and the shocking murder of Lana Clarkson in his home in 2003. Spector was eventually convicted of the murder, despite numerous retrials and appeals. The documentary focuses on Spector’s music, how it reveals the complexity and darkness in his personality, and parallels his tendency towards violence and control with the hopeful and hard-working Clarkson, his eventual victim. The documenter strives in many ways to reclaim her story and identity, painted maliciously as a “b-movie star” in the press at the time of her murder. Read on for more on how to watch Spector.
Where To Watch Spector
The best way to watch stream Spector is with Showtime and through the Showtime app. Showtime costs $10.99 per month after a 30-day free trial (and there are often special offers or deals for new subscribers). There is no commitment, and if you cancel within the trial period, you will not be charged. Once you subscribe, download the Showtime app to your supported device to watch Spector and other Showtime Originals, movies, and more. The Showtime app is supported on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV devices, and modern browsers. You can also use the Showtime App on iOS and Android devices and LG, Xbox, and Samsung smart TVs. You can also sign up for Showtime through the following streaming services: Hulu, DIRECTV STREAM, Sling TV, fuboTV, YouTube TV, and Amazon Prime. Check out our guide on how to watch Showtime online without cable for more details.
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