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How to watch A&E’s new docuseries ‘Secrets of the Hells Angels’

A&E presents a new documentary series chronicling the history of the world’s most famous motorcycle club: the Hells Angels. “Secrets of the Hells Angels premieres on A&E on Sunday, April 14 at 10 p.m.

Each hour-long episode will provide insight into five former Hells Angels chapter presidents, including Charles “PeeWee” Goldsmith, Thomas Eriksen, Pat Matter, Matt Zanoskar and George Christie. Viewers will hear first-hand testimony interviews from law enforcement officers, victims and undercover agents.

For those who have cut traditional cable and opted for streaming services, you can still watch the show on Philo (free trial) or Sling TV.

What to expect in tonight’s premiere episode

ATF agent Jay Dobyns goes undercover to infiltrate the Hells Angels. He is supported by an agent, Jenna Maguire, who plays the role of his “old lady”, but the dream of becoming a fully corrected Hells Angel pushes Jay to the point of destruction.

Later in the season, topics range from the division of Cleveland’s Hells Angels and an assassination plot to kill Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger to drug stories and rival motorcycle club wars.

About the show

According to the show’s official synopsis, “Under the leadership of former leader Sonny Barger, the Hells Angels ‘brotherhood’ expanded across the United States. With continued accusations of criminal activity, the motorcycle club has become a serious threat to be avoided. “Secrets of the Hells Angels” examines the history of the outlaw group to uncover the organization’s darkest secrets. With access to 5 past chapter presidents including PeeWee Goldsmith, Thomas Eriksen, Pat Matter, Matt Zanoskar and George Christie, plus exclusive interviews with law enforcement officers, undercover agents, casualties and more, it is revealed that the Hells Angels were much more violent. devious and highly organized group than anyone thought.

Each episode explores extraordinary stories such as the transformation of the Cleveland division of the Hells Angels from a motorcycle club to a murder club, an assassination plot to kill Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger, and stories of drugs, violent attacks and rival biker wars. The series also introduces Sonny’s ex-wife, Noel Barger, who speaks for the first time about Sonny’s motivations and reveals the secret truth that destroyed their relationship. In-depth, never-before-seen interviews, rare archival footage and exclusive content reveal the club’s best-kept secrets and, ultimately, the price of being an angel.

Where to find the A&E channel

You can find which A&E channel is broadcast by using the channel finders here: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, DIRECTV and Dish.

For those without cable, watch with these streaming services

You can watch it on Philo, an entertainment streaming service with over 60 channels and a free trial. You can also stream A&E on Sling TV.

What is Philo?

Philo’s Live TV subscription offers a free trial and costs $25 per month. It includes MTV and more than 50 other classic, lifestyle and news TV channels. Subscribers can stream on up to three devices simultaneously, create up to 10 profiles, and record an unlimited number of live or upcoming shows for up to one year.

What is Sling TV?

Sling TV is the first app-based TV service that lets you stream live TV and on-demand content over the Internet. Watch live shows wherever you are, at home or on the go. Subscribers will also receive half off their first month. The 2 main plans – Sling Orange and Sling Blue – offer over 30 channels for $40 per month, or $55 combined. Sling’s two main offerings are Sling Orange and Sling Blue. Each plan is available for streaming for $40 per month. You can also combine the two for $55 per month, giving you access to around 50 channels. Sling is currently offering the first month for just $20.

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