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Depending on where you live you will have different options.
In the US you can watch it on the CW on sundays (8pm).
And you can watch the episodes one day later on the CW App (but please ...not... on a mobile :D ;) )
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If you don't live in the US, you can't use the above options (legally).
You can wait for an airing on a network in your country....which might take pretty long in a country, when english isn't the first language.
Or you find other ...options.
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Or you wait for the whole season to be available on Blu-ray/DVD or on streaming.
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As I am really, really, really eagerly awaiting the TV show, I will watch the episodes on mondays. I can't watch them on sundays, due to time difference it would be 2AM on monday here....
I intend to watch the episode from last week for a 2nd time just before I watch the newest episode on monday.
And, of course, I will buy the whole season on Blu-ray as they are available.
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How about you? How and when will you watch the episodes?
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Since I live in Canada and we receive US OTA/Digital feeds (the CW) and it is going to be aired on SHOWCASE (the Canadian equivalent carrier channel) at the same time, I can watch it at 8:00 pm on Sundays or when they do re-airings. The CW app does not work in Canada due to regional blocking.

Depending on how the series does and if it has a full season (22 episodes rather than the original 13), I may pick up the Blu-ray/DVD package when it is released after the season.

Alternately, I will PVR the show (and SG as well) for viewing outside of the 8:00 pm slot if I am unable to watch it live. ;)
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iTunes. It’s pretty much how I watch all the DC shows.

I can’t watch it live in my country. I’d have to get Foxtel to do that.
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My initial reaction was.. whenever I can. I work nights, so, the show will normally be airing when I’m otherwise occupied. However, I plan on DVRing it, using the App and catching it on whatever repeats I can get. It just means I have to avoid social media until I can get home to watch, which is fine. To much of that stuff is bad for your mental health anyway.
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......It just means I have to avoid social media until I can get home to watch, which is fine. To much of that stuff is bad for your mental health anyway.


Well, that will be my problem as well. Between the airing in the US and myself watching it....are around 18 hours.
I don't want to be spoiled and don't want to read any opinions about an episode that I haven't already seen.
(Ok, the pilot was screened already, and I read opinions about it. But that was month before it will be shown.)
These 18 hours will get pretty long...since I love to post and read about the show.
But yeah, avoiding social media for while ..has its benefits too.
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Yes, trying to avoid spoilers will be a challenge.
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