Twisted Metal is a live-action TV series based on the PlayStation game franchise debuting on Peacock.
The series is set in a post-apocalyptic wasteland and follows a motor-mouthed outsider named John Doe played by Anthony Mackie. Doe is offered a chance at a better life, but only if he can successfully deliver a mysterious package.
Twisted Metal premieres on Peacock on July 27, 2023, with all 10 episodes.
Since Peacock has a couple of different plans, you can jump down to the summary of where to watch Twisted Metal on TV. You can check out Frequently Asked Questions below, or read on about the series.
What is Twisted Metal about?
Twisted Metal follows the video game character John Doe, a milkman with amnesia, as he competes in a deadly car race to earn his way to a better life.
Doe faces many dangers of the open road, including savage marauders driving vehicles of destruction and a deranged clown named Sweet Tooth, who drives an all too familiar ice cream truck.
But Doe isn’t alone. Along the way, he has the help of a badass axe-wielding car thief.
Twisted Metal is full of action, comedy, and suspense, and it features a talented cast of actors . If you are looking for a fun and exciting new show to watch, then Twisted Metal is definitely worth checking out.
The series is created by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, and written by Michael Jonathan Smith. The cast includes Anthony Mackie, Stephanie Beatriz, Thomas Haden Church, Neve Campbell, and Richard Cabral.
Where to Watch Twisted Metal on TV
Twisted Metal will premier on Peacock with all 10 episodes. The Peacock app is supported across just about any device with a screen.
Smart TVs by Samsung, Sony Bravia, VIZIO SmartCast TVs, Hisense, and LG can start watching Twisted Metal without a streaming device.
Any Roku device, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast with Google TV and Apple TV support streaming most streaming services.
An iPhone or iPad (with current iOS) can be used to watch Hulu shows, and so can Android smartphones and tablets. Gamers can use an XBox and PlayStation console to watch Twisted Metal as well.
Here are all your options for streaming Twisted Metal.
Peacock is a streaming service aimed at cord-cutters who want an inexpensive way to watch a variety of TV shows, movies, and original programming. It has two subscription plans: Premium and Premium Plus.
The Premium plan costs $5.99 per month. It includes early access to new releases, including Twisted Metal.
Peacock has a large library of popular original programs, including Poker Face, Intelligence, and Rutherford Falls. It debuts a number of new movies such as Renfield. And there are classic franchises including the Jurassic Park movies, the Fast & Furious.
Since Peacock is owned by NBCUniversal, the streaming service has a full slate of TV shows from NBC, and sporting events from NBC Sports.
Peacock has full seasons of The Voice, Saturday Night Live, The Office, and Parks and Recreation.
It is a good budget option if you want to watch the Hallmark Channel live, or past seasons of Yellowstone from Paramount Network. Subscribers get a number of popular shows from MSNBC, including Morning Joe.
The Peacock Premium Plus plan costs $11.99 per month. You will get 24/7 access to your local NBC station that carries local news, and favorite NBC shows and sports.
Peacock made all 210 NBC affiliates available through Peacock in late 2022.
Peacock shows a variety of live sports, including NFL’s Sunday Night Football, Notre Dame Football, Premier League, NASCAR, INDYCAR and WWE events.
New customers can sign up for Peacock Premium or Premium Plus and cancel anytime.
How to Watch Twisted Metal on TV
Twisted Metal is exclusive to Peacock. Peacock has two plans, Premium and Premium Plus.
The Peacock Premium plan is ad-supported and costs $5.99 per month. The Premium Plus plan is ad-free, includes a local NBC station and more live sports for $11.99 per month.
You can sign up for Peacock, choose your plan and start streaming all episodes of Twisted Metal.
Where to Watch Twisted Metal FAQs
These are questions readers ask when searching for ways to stream Twisted Metal.
When is Season 1 of Twisted Metal?
Season 1 kicks off on July 27. The new season debuts with 10 episodes on Peacock.
Who is in the Twisted Metal cast ?
The cast of Twisted Metal plays car thieves, devious drivers and a twisted clown. Fans of the PlayStation game franchise will also notice that professional wrestler Samoa Joe stars as the murderous clown Sweet Tooth, but is voiced by Will Arnett.
Here is a breakdown of the cast and characters:
- Anthony Mackie as John Doe
- Stephanie Beatriz as Quiet
- Neve Campbell as Raven
- Joe Samoa as Sweet Tooth
- Will Arnett as the voice of Sweet Tooth
- Richard Cabral as Loud
- Thomas Haden Church as Agent Stone
- Tahj Vaughans as Mike
- Mike Mitchell as Stu
- Lou Beatty Jr. as Tommy
- Michael Carollo
- Chloe Fineman
- Jason Mantzoukas
The series is produced by PlayStation Productions, Universal Television, and Sony Pictures Television.
How many episodes are there in Twisted Metal?
The first season of Twisted Metal was released on July 27, 2023 with 10 episodes total.
Is Twisted Metal on Netflix?
No. You will not find Twisted Metal on Netflix. The TV series is a Peacock Original. You can watch new episodes of Season 1 starting on July 27. All episodes of Season 1 are available to binge-watch.
How do I watch the TV show Twisted Metal?
You can sign up for Peacock Premium or Peacock Premium Plus. A subscription starts at $5.99 per month, and you subscribe on a month-to-month basis when you sign up.
Can I watch Twisted Metal on Amazon Prime?
No. Twisted Metal is not on Amazon Prime. You can find every episode of Twisted Metal streaming on Peacock.
Can I watch Twisted Metal on Disney Plus?
Twisted Metal is not on Disney Plus. You can subscribe to Peacock, and watch all 10 episodes of Twisted Metal through the Peacock app.
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