Watch ‘Mare of Easttown’ Finale Online for Free

Who is in the photograph is one of several huge lingering questions heading into the 2021 HBO Original Limited Series Mare of Easttown finale titled Sacrament and starring Kate Winslet on Sunday night. While the penultimate episode seemingly pieced everything together regarding Erin’s murder and Billy’s supposed involvement, the photograph could turn all of that on its head.

Find out how to watch the Mare of Easttown finale online free without cable starting Sunday, May 30th at approximately 10 pm ET by accessing an HBO Max free trial through a popular streaming platform.

HBO Max for Amazon Prime Members

Another option to watch Mare of Easttown streaming online is by enjoying HBO Max via Amazon Prime. As a Prime Member you can now add HBO Max to your Prime Video Channels for only $14.99 per month and start streaming Mare of Easttown episodes including the finale immediately after it premieres. The free trial offer through Amazon is unfortunately no longer available due to huge increases in HBO Max subscribers.

No cable or satellite subscription is required to take advantage of this HBO Max offer.

No Amazon Prime? No Problem!

If you aren’t an Amazon Prime member then there’s still a path to follow. Simply signup for a free 30-day trial of Prime, then add Prime Channels with HBO Max on top of it to stream Mare of Easttown episodes and test out other great HBO and HBO Max Originals.

Amazon Prime for Students

As a student you are entitled to a 6-month free trial of Amazon Prime! You will need to include your graduation year during signup. Once enrolled for the free trial, you’ll get additional benefits from Amazon as well as half off the regular Prime price when the trial is up.


The official HBO synopsis for Mare of Easttown reads, “As her life crumbles around her, a small-town Pennsylvania detective Mare Sheehan (Kate Winslet) investigates a local murder. The series explores the dark side of a close community and provides an authentic examination of how family and past tragedies can define our present.”

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