Based on the best-selling memoir by recording artists Tegan and Sara Quin, High School is an eight-episode limited series coming-of-age drama. The show follows the twin sisters (played by real-life twins Railey and Seazynn Gilliland) who struggle to find their individual identities in a new high school. The film is set against a backdrop of rave culture and ’90s grunge, and weaves between the stories of the two sisters, at once discordant and parallel to each other in their journeys of self-discovery. Read on to learn more about how to watch.
- When Does High School Air: New episodes drop every Friday.
- Where Can You Watch High School: High School is exclusively available on Amazon Freevee, which can be watched for free or via Amazon Prime (1-week-free-trial).
Where You Can Watch High School
All episodes of High School are exclusively available on Amazon Freevee, a free ad-supported streaming app, which Amazon Prime Subscribers can access on the Amazon Prime Video app. If you don’t have Amazon Prime, you can download the Amazon Freevee app and use either an IMDb account login or a regular Amazon login to access Amazon Freevee.
You can access Prime Video for $8.99 per month, but that only includes access to prime video. You do not get shipping, deals, music, storage, and other benefits. When you take the yearly price of Prime, it amounts to $9.92 per month. Therefore, those added Prime perks will cost you less than $1 per month. We are all constrained by budgets, but if you are going to sign up for Prime, you will likely make up the $11 per year in shipping costs and other Prime benefits. You can sign up for Amazon Prime with this free trial link.
High School Trailer
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