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Archer is a very funny animated tv series that has now managed almost 10 seasons. If you want to watch Archer online free then here are a few options (we checked these as recently as June 2019):
Hulu free trial + free VPN
So you should be able to see in the above image that there is an option in the top right of the Archer page on Hulu to watch for free with a trial – this is easily the best way to watch Archer online for free right now. But so you can use the trial properly, you’re gonna want to use a free VPN – we recommend ExpressVPN, which has 30 days free (and you can cancel before then so you don’t get charged). So, here are the steps you need to follow:
- First, get yourself a free VPN. Head to ExpressVPN, and get 30 days free. You can cancel before the 30 days is up and get your money back if you don’t want the VPN (we recommend a VPN for most online activity but it’s up to you).
- Next, head to the Archer page and start the free trial. You’ll need to make sure that your location is set to USA with ExpressVPN for this to work.
- Start the trial, start watching Archer and cancel the trial before you get charged!
Why do we recommend this approach?
- Well, it’s legal. That’s awesome because it means you don’t get in any trouble for streaming from dodgy sites
- The series is available in high quality on Hulu
- It supports the creators of Archer – the more people watching the show through Hulu, the more kickback they get
- The Hulu trial is only 7 days, but with the VPN you can do a few different trials within the 30 days.
Other methods to watch Archer online:
FX Networks is a the FX website, and Archer is an FX show so it makes sense that you can watch some episodes for free on there. However you can only watch a few episodes and not entire seasons.
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