Robert Jordan’s epic fantasy novel series The Wheel of Time is now a sprawling epic series. When the strange and powerful Moiraine arrives with an ancient prophecy, the lives of five young villagers are forever changed. The fate of the world rests in their hands as they join her on an epic journey to keep the balance between Light and Dark. Read on for more on how to watch The Wheel of Time without cable.
- When Will New Episodes Be Available: New episodes of The Wheel of Time arrive each Friday.
- Where to Watch The Wheel of Time: The Wheel of Time is available on Prime Video (free trial)
How to Watch The Wheel of Time
The Wheel of Time is an Amazon Prime Original and will air exclusively on Prime Video. Suppose you aren’t a subscriber. Don’t worry. Just sign up for a free trial to Amazon Prime, and you can try out The Wheel of Time free!
The service costs $12.99 per month after the free trial, but you won’t be charged if you cancel before the trial expires. While a subscription to Amazon Prime provides access to thousands of movies and TV shows through Prime video, there are also a ton of other benefits like free shipping on prime eligible purchases on Amazon. You can learn more about the other benefits of Prime in our review of Amazon Prime.
Amazon Prime video is supported on the following devices:
- Amazon Fire TV
- Amazon Fire TV Stick and Stick Like
- Amazon Fire Stick 4K
- Google Chromecast
- Apple TV
- and many more
About The Wheel of Time
Moiraine, a member of a mysterious magical organization, believes that one of five young people is the child of an ancient prophecy and has the power to either save the world–or destroy it. She takes them on a journey to discover the truth and protect the world from the Dark One, threatening to break from his prison and set off the Last Battle. The Wheel of Time has an extensive cast, including Rosamund Pike, Josha Stradowski, Marcus Rutherford, Zoë Robins, Madeleine Madden, and Daniel Henney. The epic adventure rolls out over a beloved multi-book series by fantasy author Robert Jordan. Season one is only eight episodes but has already been renewed for a second series by Amazon Studios and Sony Pictures Television.