Skip to main content

How to watch Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol online from anywhere

It's been more than a decade since The Da Vinci Code first introduced the world to Robert Langdon but the Harvard professor is making his return in the new TV series Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol and we have all the details on how you can watch it online.

Based on Dan Brown's international bestselling thriller by the same name, The Lost Symbol tells the story of the early adventures of symbologist Robert Langdon. After his mentor Peter Solomon (Eddie Izzard) is kidnapped, Professor Langdon must solve a series of deadly puzzles to save him and thwart a global conspiracy.

However, Langdon soon finds Solomon's severed hand in the Rotunda of the U.S. Capitol and must decipher its location and the symbols on the hand to find his next puzzle. Langdon won't be alone though as he's joined by Solomon's daughter Katherine (Valorie Curry) in his search across Washington DC.

While Tom Hanks is well known for portraying an older Robert Langdon, Ashley Zukerman who recently starred in FX's A Teacher will be taking up the mantle this time around. Although The Lost Symbol was originally developed as a film starring Hanks, Sony Pictures was unable to adapt Dan Brown's novel into a film which is why the company decided to adapt the next novel in the series Inferno instead.

Whether you're a fan of the novel or the character of Robert Langdon, we'll show you exactly how to watch Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol from anywhere in the world.

Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol - When and where?

Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol will premiere on Thursday, September 16 on NBC's streaming service Peacock. New episodes of The Lost Symbol will be released weekly on Thursdays and there will be a total of 10 episodes in the first season of the show.

How to watch Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol in the U.S.

If you live in the U.S. and want to watch Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol, then you'll need a subscription to Peacock to do so as new episodes of the show will air weekly every Thursday on NBC's streaming service.

If you're not a Peacock subscriber yet, you'll either need to sign up for Peacock Premium or Peacock Premium Plus to watch the show online though the first episode may be available to watch for free. While Peacock Premium costs $4.99 per month or $49.99 for the year, the streaming service's ad-free Peacock Premium Plus costs $9.99 per month or $99.99 for the year.

Watch Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol in Canada

Canadian viewers will have to wait a bit longer to watch Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol as the new series will premiere on Showcase on Monday, October 11 at 9pm ET/PT. However, if you've already cut the cord and would rather stream the show online, you can do so on STACKTV on Amazon Prime Video. STACKTV costs $12.99 per month in addition to the cost of an Amazon Prime subscription but the service does offer a 30-day free trial if you want to test it out for yourself to Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol.

Get a Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol live stream in the UK

Dan Brown fans in the UK will also have to wait to watch The Lost Symbol as a release date has not yet been set for the new series. However, Sky subscribers will be able to watch the show as part of their subscription when it does air in the UK since Peacock will be available at no additional cost. We'll likely hear more once Peacock is ready to launch in the UK but until then, you can always grab a VPN and follow the steps listed above to watch it online.

Watch Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol from anywhere

We have all the details on how you can watch Dan Brown's The Lost Symbolin the U.S., Canada and the UK further up in this guide. However, if you want to watch the early adventures of Professor Robert Langdon when you're away from home, then you'll run into problems as your domestic coverage online from abroad will likely be geo-blocked.

That's where a VPN (Virtual Private Network) can really come in handy. They allow you to virtually change the IP address of your laptop, tablet or mobile to one that's back in your home country which will let you watch as if you were back there.

VPNs are incredibly easy to use and have the added benefit of providing you with an additional layer of security when surfing the web. There are also a lot of options but we recommend ExpressVPN as our top pick due to its speed, security and ease of use. The service can even be used on a wide array of operating systems and devices (e.g. iOS, Android, Smart TVs, Fire TV Stick, Roku, game consoles, etc). Sign up for ExpressVPN now and enjoy a 49% discount and 3 months FREE with an annual subscription. You can even test it out for yourself thanks to the service's 30-day money back guarantee. Looking for more options?

Here are some other VPNs that are on sale right now.


See latest price at ExpressVPN

No matter where in the world you may be, a VPN is one of the easiest ways to watch Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol. Get in on this deal now!

Source: androidcentral

Popular posts from this blog

The hidden cost of food delivery

Noah Lichtenstein Contributor Share on Twitter Noah Lichtenstein is the founder and managing partner of Crossover , a diversified private technology fund backed by institutional investors, technology execs and professional athletes and entertainers. More posts by this contributor What Studying Students Teaches Us About Great Apps I’ll admit it: When it comes to food, I’m lazy. There are dozens of great dining options within a few blocks of my home, yet I still end up ordering food through delivery apps four or five times per week. With the growing coronavirus pandemic closing restaurants and consumers self-isolating, it is likely we will see a spike in food delivery much like the 20% jump China reported during the peak of its crisis. With the food delivery sector rocketing toward a projected $365 billion by the end of the decade, I’m clearly not the only one turning to delivery apps even before the pandemic hit. Thanks to technology (and VC funding) we can get a ri

Cyber Monday Canada: Last-minute deals for everyone on your list

Best Cyber Monday Canada deals: Smart Home Audio Phones, Tablets & Accessories Wearables Laptops & PC Components Amazon products Gaming Televisions Cameras Lifestyle & Kitchen Toys & Kids Cyber Monday Canada is here, and retailers are rolling out the red carpet for customers who want to shop for everything from tech to kitchenware to games and everything in between. Unlike years past, Cyber Monday Canada deals look a bit different than normal. Instead of retailers trying to pack their stores with as many shoppers as possible, we're seeing tons of online deals that you can take advantage of from the comfort of your home. We've rounded up our favorites below, so feel free to browse through the best of what Canada Cyber Monday has to offer! This list is being updated with new Cyber Monday deals all the time, so check back often. Spotlight deals It's a Switch Nintendo Switch Fortnite Edition bundle $399.95 at Amazon It's a Switch.

iPhone 13 Pro vs. iPhone 15 Pro Buyer's Guide: 50+ Differences Compared

The iPhone 15 Pro brings over 50 new features and improvements to Apple's high-end smartphones compared to the iPhone 13 Pro, which was released two years prior. This buyer's guide breaks down every major difference you should be aware of between the two generations and helps you to decide whether it's worth upgrading. The ‌iPhone 13‌ Pro debuted in 2021, introducing a brighter display with ProMotion technology for refresh rates up to 120Hz, the A15 Bionic chip, a telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom, Macro photography and photographic styles, Cinematic mode for recording videos with shallow depth of field, ProRes video recording, a 1TB storage option, and five hours of additional battery life. The ‌iPhone 13‌ Pro was discontinued upon the announcement of the iPhone 14 Pro in 2022, but it is still possible to get hold of it second-hand. Our guide helps to answer the question of how to decide which of these two iPhone models is best for you and serves as a way to c

Slack’s new integration deal with AWS could also be about tweaking Microsoft

Slack and Amazon announced a big integration late yesterday afternoon. As part of the deal, Slack will use Amazon Chime for its call feature, while reiterating its commitment to use AWS as its preferred cloud provider to run its infrastructure. At the same time, AWS has agreed to use Slack for internal communications. Make no mistake, this is a big deal as the SaaS communications tool increases its ties with AWS, but this agreement could also be about slighting Microsoft and its rival Teams product by making a deal with a cloud rival. In the past Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield has had choice words for Microsoft saying the Redmond technology giant sees his company as an “existential threat.” Whether that’s true or not — Teams is but one piece of a huge technology company — it’s impossible not to look at the deal in this context. Aligning more deeply with AWS sends a message to Microsoft, whose Azure infrastructure services compete with AWS. Butterfield didn’t say that of course