Where To Watch 'Portals To Hell' In The UK

November 07, 2021 1:00 AM ‐ ParanormalTelevision

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Up-to-date details on where to stream episodes of Jack Osbourne and Katrina Weidman in 'Portals To Hell' in the UK, including details of its availability on Netflix, Amazon Prime, iPlayer and Discovery+.

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If you live in Britain and you're a fan of ghost hunting reality shows, and are eager to watch Jack Osbourne and Katrina Weidman's latest investigations but you're not sure where to stream them, then this guide will tell you exactly how you can watch brand new episodes of 'Portals To Hell' in the UK.

'Portals To Hell' first aired in the UK in late 2019 on Really, but the channel regularly shows repeats of the series during its weekly #Freakend programming event, bringing viewers a spooky end to the week with two nights of paranormal themed shows every Thursday and Friday.

You can watch the channel live on your television in the United Kingdom and Ireland on Freeview (17), Sky (142), Virgin Media (129) and Freesat (160), plus YouView, BT TV and TalkTalk TV.

If you miss any of the paranormal shows on Really, then you can head to Discovery+, a streaming service that gives viewers free access to watch ad-funded live television and 30-day catch-ups on all of Really's paranormal and unexplained shows.

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You can find out more about Jack and Katrina's adventures on our 'Portals To Hell' hub, where you will find highlights and evidence from the latest investigation, and a complete 'Portals To Hell' episode guide.

Discovery+ launched in the UK last year and replaced the older services dPlay and UKTV Play before that. It is fast becoming the home of paranormal television in the UK, as well as hosting the full back catalogue of 'Portals To Hell', you'll find other spooky shows including 'Ghost Adventures', 'Paranormal Lockdown' and 'Help! My House Is Haunted'.

Discovery+ also allows viewers to purchase an Entertainment Pass that gives them access to extensive box sets and complete back catalogues of some of the network's most-loved shows, including all 26 episodes of 'Portals To Hell'.

So, this means that 'Portals To Hell' is not available on any other streaming service in the UK, including Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, the BBC's iPlayer, All4, Now TV or YouTube.

Where To Watch 'Portals To Hell'

Platform Availability
Discovery+ Yes
Really channel Occasional repeats
Netflix No
Amazon Prime Video No
BBC iPlayer No
All4 No
Now TV No
YouTube No
Now in its second season, 'Portals To Hell' sees Jack and Katrina track down and investigate gateways to the spirit world at some of the most sinister haunted locations in America. Katrina is best known for her recent appearance in 'Paranormal Lockdown', as well as countless other paranormal shows, but now seems to have found her perfect investigating partner with daredevil Jack.

The pairs most recent investigations premiered on Really and Discovery+ earlier this year and saw Jack and Katrina face off against startling paranormal activity once again, investigating creepier-than-ever locations with supernatural secrets.

The eight new episodes, which kicked off with a two-hour special, were tagged on to the end of the show second season, which first dropped in 2020.

Viewers can subscribe to Discovery+ Entertainment Pass directly via web or app purchase for a monthly fee of £4.99 with a 14 day free trial. A discounted annual fee of £29.99 is also available for a limited period after which time the annual cost will be £49.99. In Ireland the monthly fee will be €5.99 or discounted annual fee of €34.99.

Discovery+ will be available free of charge to Sky Q customers for 12 months. Once the 12 months is over, Sky customers will be able to add discovery+ directly to their bill.

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