When it comes to excellent witch shows, there is no denying that the excellent series A Discovery of Witches is a spellbinding affair that fans will enjoy from start to finish. But can people watch it on Netflix?
Readers of the All Souls trilogy written by renowned author Deborah Harkness were most assuredly excited to learn that the book series was being adapted into a live-action series. It premiered in 2018 and quickly became a hit attaining impressive scores on Rotten Tomatoes in the process. The series also earned a coveted spot on the longlist for Best New Drama at the National Television Awards.
The fantasy series follows Diana Bishop, played by Teresa Palmer, a historian and a witch, but she isn’t a fan of her magical side. The ambitious but reluctant spell caster is looking to unravel the mysteries of the Ashmole 782 manuscript.
To do so, she’ll have to work with a vampire whom witches have deemed untrustworthy. Matthew Goode also stars as the bloodthirsty biochemistry professor Matthew Clairmont who teams up with Ms. Bishop to uncover the clues within the mystical book and protect it from the beings that make up the creature world.
There is no shortage of reasons to check out the three seasons and 25 entries of A Discovery of Witches. The only question left to answer is whether or not it is available for subscribers to enjoy.
Is A Discovery of Witches available on Netflix?
It would be an ideal experience for fantasy fans to watch the series on the streamer. But there is no spell out there to cast to make that happen because A Discovery of Witches is not available on Netflix.
Subscribers have lucked out because the streaming powerhouse has a vast array of options, especially regarding fantastic fantasy titles. Some of the examples ready to watch now include Shadow and Bone, The Sandman, The Magicians, and Fate: The Winx Saga.
Where you can stream A Discovery of Witches
Every season of A Discovery of Witches can be found on the streaming services AMC+ and Shudder. In addition, the series is available for purchase on VOD platforms such as Apple TV, Vudu, Google Play, YouTube, and Amazon Prime.
You can check out the trailer below: