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Where to Stream ‘In the Arena: Serena Williams’ Documentary Online

After making its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival earlier this year alongside the tennis documentary Federer: Twelve Final Days, In the Arena: Serena Williams is now available for streaming at home.

Premiering on Wednesday, July 10 on ESPN+, In the Arena: Serena Williams is a new TV docuseries about the career of tennis star Serena Williams. Williams remains one of the most beloved figures in the sport, even after her retirement.

The series spans eight episodes and offers an intimate look into Williams’ professional and personal life. She talks about her early days, significant career milestones, Grand Slam wins, and many of her Wimbledon victories. The series also delves into her life off the court, providing a comprehensive look at the tennis icon.

The first episode of In the Arena: Serena Williams premiered on Wednesday, July 10, at 9 p.m. PT/12 a.m. ET on ESPN+. Subsequent episodes are released at the same time every Wednesday, culminating in the season finale on August 28.

To watch In the Arena: Serena Williams, viewers will need an ESPN+ subscription. The streaming service costs $10.99 per month or $109.99 per year and offers a variety of live sports from leagues such as UFC, NHL, F1, NFL, and more. ESPN+ also has on-demand programming like The Pat McAfee Show, 30 For 30, McEnroe’s Places, Man in the Arena: Tom Brady, Southern Hoops: A History of SEC Basketball, and Deion’s Double Play.

Currently, In the Arena: Serena Williams is not available on any network TV channel. The only way to access it is through an ESPN+ subscription.

For those looking for a streaming deal, the Disney Trio bundle offers ESPN+, Hulu, and Disney+ for $14.99 per month—a savings of nearly 45% compared to subscribing to each service separately. There’s also the Disney Trio Premium bundle, which includes ESPN+ with ads and Hulu and Disney+ without ads for $24.99 per month.

Cord-cutters can consider Hulu + Live TV, which includes live cable streaming and access to ESPN+, Disney+, and Hulu for $76.99 per month (with ads). Hulu is currently offering a rare 3-day free trial that can be used to watch the Serena Williams documentary online for free. After the trial, the service costs between $76.99 and $89.99 per month depending on the package.

Verizon customers can add the Disney Bundle—which includes ESPN+—to their plan for an additional $10 per month, saving $8.99 monthly.

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