J-Hope’s ‘Hope on the Street’ Drops on Prime Video: Here’s How to Stream the Docuseries for Free

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J-Hope is ready to dance. The BTS singer’s heavily anticipated docuseries, Hope on the Street, premieres on Prime Video on Wednesday (March 27).  

The six-part series highlights the K-pop star’s love of dance and explores the art form in different cities around the globe, including New York, Paris, Osaka, Seoul and J-Hope’s hometown of Gwangju, South Korea.

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“I used to love dancing so much, but I had forgotten all about it,” J-Hope says in the docuseries filmed before he started mandatory military service last year.

“I’m about to start my military service, so it was a chance for me to look back on my life,” he explains. “What did I like in the past? What was my mindset when I debuted? And what is it that made me who I am today? I kept asking myself those questions and in the end the answer was ‘dance.’”

The docuseries comes ahead of J-Hope’s upcoming mini-album Hope on the Street Vol. 1 due on March 29 at midnight ET. The six-track EP, described as a “diverse array of sounds and moods” showcasing his “musical prowess and depth,” will feature guest appearances from Jung Kook, Benny Blanco and Nile Rodgers.

Read on for details on how to stream the Hope on the Street docuseries from anywhere.

How to Watch J-Hope’s Prime Video Documentary

The first episode of Hope on the Street is now streaming on Prime Video. The episode debuted on the streaming platforms at 11 a.m. ET. New episodes will arrive weekly, and each episode is tied to a song from J-Hope’s forthcoming album.

The docuseries streams free to Prime members and Prime Video subscribers. Not subscribed? You can get a 30-day free trial to stream Hope on the Street and other programs. 

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Watch the trailer for J-Hope’s Hope on the Street below.

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