How to watch Designated Survivor seasons 1, 2 and 3 online

Owen Gough
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Kiefer Sutherland is back at it again as the President of the United States, but on a different streaming service, as Designated Survivor returns for a third season.

After ABC dropped the show following the first two seasons, Netflix swooped in to save the day and broadcast the third season.

All three seasons are available to watch in their entirety across Amazon Prime TV and Netflix.

Read on for all there is to know about which streaming service you need to watch which season.

How to watch Designated Survivor seasons 1 and 2

So, the first two seasons were distributed by ABC, and so are available through a few conventional options.

Amazon Prime Video is a good way to watch the first 21 episodes of the show.

You can buy each episode for £2.49 in HD, or £1.89 for Standard Definition from Amazon right now, or you can buy each season outright.

Season one is available in HD for £29.49, while the standard definition is £24.99.

Season two can be bought for £29.99 in HD and £24.99 in SD.

If you sign up to Amazon Prime though, you'll get access to all of this for free.

Amazon Prime is £7.99 a month, but currently has a 30-day free trial available, giving you free next-day delivery, exclusive offers and – of course – the chance to binge-watch Designated Survivor seasons one and two.

How to watch Designated Survivor season 3

The third season was canned by ABC, but Netflix is now distributing the show, so you can watch it on there.

Netflix currently has a free 30-day trial on its service, letting you watch a whole month of content without any cost.

Photo credit: Netflix - ABC

However, once that month is up, there are three pay-tiers you can choose from.

The basic package, which lets you watch content in standard definition on one device, is £5.99 a month.

The next package is £8.99 and lets you watch HD content on two devices.

Or you can pay £11.99 a month to watch Ultra HD content in 4K across four devices.

Be wary though – once your 30-day free trial is over, you will automatically be charged £8.99.

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