How to watch the new ‘A League of Their Own’ TV series

How to watch the new ‘A League of Their Own’ TV series
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Take me out to the ballgame.

But, if not, then at least set me up with a TV and let me watch the new “A League of Their Own” TV show, streaming on August 12.

The show is a reboot of the classic baseball flick from 1992, but instead of the all-star team of Tom Hanks, Geena Davis, Madonna and Rosie O’Donnell, this TV series adaptation will star a brand new lineup.

Abbi Jacobson of “Broad City” fame, who co-created the show with Will Graham, stars in the series. Also in the dugout are Nick Offerman, Chanté Adams, Kelly McCormack and more.

Want tickets to the streaming event of the summer? We’ve got front-row seats for you. Here’s the scoop about “A League of Their Own” the series, plus information on how to watch, how many episodes there will be and more.

How to watch “A League of Their Own”

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The brand new series will be available on Amazon Prime Video. To sign up, click the big red button below, and then grab popcorn and a Coke (preferably in a glass bottle) before the retro series throws the opening pitch.

When will “A League of Their Own” air?

The season premiere is Friday, August 12 on Amazon Prime Video, which will be available to Prime members upon signing up.

What is “A League of Their Own” about?

After watching the trailer, many fans of the original film will see both similarities and differences in the new series, reflective of our current times and expanding upon themes from the film like sexism in sports, racism, war and more.

“In 1943, Carson Shaw travels to Chicago to try out for the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League,” reads the synopsis on Amazon Prime Video. “There, she meets other women who also dream of playing pro baseball and makes connections that open up her world. Rockford local Max Chapman also comes to the tryouts but is turned away.  With the support of her best friend Clance, she must forge a new path to pursue her dream.”

Curious to see how the new show will stack up against the film? Subscribe to Amazon Prime Video now to catch the eight-episode series opening night. Will it be a home run?

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