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How to Watch ‘Fallen Idols’ Docuseries on Nick and Aaron Carter Online

How to Watch ‘Fallen Idols’ Docuseries on Nick and Aaron Carter Online


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Following the success of Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV, Investigation Discovery is exploring the sexual assault accusations against Backstreet Boys singer Nick Carter and the mental health and substance abuse struggles of his late brother, Aaron Carter, in a new docuseries.

Airing on May 27 and 28, Fallen Idols premieres Monday on ID and streams simultaneously on Max, and examines “Nick and Aaron Carter’s lives, careers, and relationships, from the height of their fame to tragedies and headline-making events of the past few years,” per the limited series’ logline. The four-parter will include interviews by the three women who have come forward with rape allegations against Nick Carter: Ashley Repp, Shannon “Shay” Ruth and Melissa Schuman of the girl group Dream.

At a Glance: How to Watch Fallen Idols Online

  • When May 27 and 28 at 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. ET
  • Channel Investigation Discovery (ID)
  • Stream online Max

Below, see the trailer for Fallen Idols and keep reading for more on how to watch the new docuseries on Nick and Aaron Carter with and without cable.

How to Watch Fall Idols Docuseries: Premiere Date, Episode Release Schedule

Fallen Idols will premiere in two parts on Investigation Discovery (ID) on Monday, May 27, and Tuesday, May 28, from 6 to 8 p.m. PT/9 to 11 p.m. ET on both nights. Each part contains two episodes.

How to Stream Fallen Idols Docuseries Online

Fallen Idols will stream simultaneously on Max and on cable streaming services that carry the ID channel, such as DirecTV Stream, Hulu + Live TV, Philo and Sling. The docuseries is also available to watch online on Prime Video through a subscription to the Max channel.

You can also watch the four-part docuseries live online at Investigationdiscovery.com by logging in with your TV provider credentials, including traditional and streaming services such as DirecTV, Hulu, Philo, Sling, Verizon, Xfinity and others.

Fallen Idols is expected to be available to buy or rent online after it airs on Apple TV, Prime Video and other video-on-demand platforms.

Want to learn more about where to stream the Investigation Discovery (ID) channel online? Check out how to watch ID with internet-based streaming cable services below.

DirecTV

Packages from $69.99 per month

DirecTV Stream is one of the best options for watching Fallen Idols on the Investigation Discovery (ID) channel and others online — and it includes a free five-day trial, so new subscribers can stream the docuseries for free. Packages start at $69.99 per month for the Entertainment plan, which includes more than 75 other channels, such as ABC, CNN, Discovery, Disney Channel, E!, MSNBC and Nickelodeon. Other tiers offer over 105-150 channels, with prices ranging from $84.99 to $159.99 per month.

For a limited time, new subscribers can also earn up to a $100 Visa gift card; learn more here.

Hulu

Packages from $76.99 per month

Watch the ID channel on Hulu + Live TV ($76.99 and up monthly). Available with or without ads, Hulu + Live TV comes bundled with Disney+ and ESPN+ and includes 75 other major cable news, entertainment and sports channels, you’ll also get access to live sports events on ESPN+, like UFC Fight Night, PGA golf, soccer and baseball.

Hulu + Live TV does not currently offer a free trial.

Warner Bros. Discovery

Packages from $9.99 per month

Stream Fallen Idols online exclusively on Max, which starts at $9.99 per month for the ad-supported plan. Upgrade to the ad-free tier for $15.99 monthly or the Ultimate ad-free package with 4K video quality and more for $19.99 per month; save up to 20 percent with annual billing ($99.99 to $199.99 per year) and get B/R Sports Hub for free for a limited time.

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Philo

Packages from $25 per month

Watch Fallen Idols on the ID channel for free with a seven-day free trial to Philo, one of the most affordable cable alternatives that offers more than 70 entertainment-focused networks.

At just $25 per month, Philo offers one of the best deals on live TV streaming and includes channels such as A&E, Comedy Central, MTV and HGTV; unlimited DVR and over 70,000 on-demand titles in their streaming library.

Sling

Packages from $20 for the first month

Watch Fallen Idols on Investigation Discovery channel on Sling‘s individual Orange and Blue plans (reg. $40-$45 per month) or the combined Orange & Blue package ($60 monthly). The live TV streaming service is on sale starting at $10 off your first month, so you can watch for $30 and up during your first 30 days.

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