Swagger is an American sports drama TV series written and created by Reggie Rock Bythewood whose story is inspired from the life experiences of NBA superstar Kevin Durant. The basketball series highlights the world of youth basketball players, their families and coaches who plays a reasonable role in achieving dreams, grabbing opportunity and somehow corruption. Moreover, the show draws our attention on how it feels to grow up in America as a football player, the main protagonist is also a youth basketball coach.
Is Swagger on Netflix?
Unfortunately, Swagger is not available to stream in the giant library of Netflix right now. Alternatively, you can stream other similar sports drama series as “Grace & Frankie” and “Mr. Iglesias” on the same streaming platform.
Is Swagger streaming on Amazon Prime Video?
No, Swagger is not included in the huge catalogue of Prime Video as of now. Neither it is streaming nor it is available to rent/purchase from the OTT. However, you can watch various series like Coming to America, Mike Bassett: England Manage, etc.
Where to watch Swagger TV series?
Swagger is exclusively streaming on the Apple TV+ only for subscribers and you can watch all the seasons of this sports comedy series on the streaming service worldwide. There is a 7-day free trial and after that you need pay $4.99 per month to gain full access. This is the only platform where this sports comedy series is available.
Where can I watch Swagger Online for free?
Swagger TV series is not available to watch for free on any streaming platform but you can try the Apple TV plus for free if you signup for the first time. But for the trial service, you need to attach your card so it’s better to take a month subscription and enjoy the full series. Season 2 of Ted Lasso has recently released on the same streaming service.
- O’Shea Jackson stars as Ike, a former star player
- Isaiah Hill stars as Jace Carson
- Shinelle Azoroh as Jenna
- Tessa Ferrer as Meg Bailey
- Quvenzhane Wallis as Crystal
- Caleel Harris as Musa
- James Bingham as Drew Murphy
- Solomon Irama as Phil Marksby
- Ozie Nzeribe as Royale
- Tristan Mack Wilds as Alonzo Powers