How to watch Clipped basketball miniseries from anywhere

Laurence Fishburne as Doc Rivers watching on from the sidelines in Clipped
(Image credit: FX)

With the 2024 NBA playoffs done and dusted, Hulu and Disney Plus have chosen the perfect time to premiere the sports docudrama Clipped, which tells the story of the scandal that hit the Los Angeles Clippers a decade ago. Here are the details you need to watch Clipped online, and how to stream it from wherever you in the world.

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Release date: Tuesday, June 4
Stream: Hulu (US) | Disney Plus (CA, UK, AU)
Use NordVPN and stream from anywhere

Previously documented through The Sterling Affairs for ESPN's 30 for 30 podcast strand, this small screen dramatization has been created and co-written by Gina Welch. 

At the heart of Clipped is the relationship between two men – the Clippers' coach Doc Rivers (played here by Laurence Fishburne) and owner Donald Sterling (Ed O'Neill). Set in 2014, while Rivers was managing his roster to on-court success in a .695 regular season, Sterling's extra-marital activity and recorded racial slurs were about to lead the franchise to ignominy off it.

If you don't already know the story, Sterling's brazen mismanagement is jaw dropping stuff. As is how the two women in his life – wife Shelly Sterling (Jacki Weaver) and assistant-slash-mistress V. Stiviano (Cleopatra Coleman) – each played their part in one of the biggest scandals to hit the NBA this century.

And if you do know it... well, sit back and enjoy the fireworks! Keep reading to discover how to watch Clipped online and from anywhere.

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How to watch Clipped online in the US

HuluTuesday, June 4

With this miniseries made by FX, Hulu is home to Clipped in the US. The season premiere and episode 2 dropped at 3am ET / 12am PT on Tuesday, June 4 , with subsequent episodes going out at the same time every Tuesday.

New subscribers can make the most of a Hulu free trial for 30-days on its With-Ads or No-Ads plan. Thereafter the Hulu price starts from $7.99 a month. Or, for better value, you can get a Disney Plus bundle with Hulu thrown in from just $9.99 a month.

Away from the US? Use a VPN to watch Clipped on Hulu from abroad.

How to watch Clipped online from outside your country

If you’re traveling abroad when you want to stream Clipped, you’ll be unable to watch the show like you normally would due to annoying regional restrictions. Luckily, there’s an easy solution. 

Downloading a VPN will allow you to stream online, no matter where you are. It's a simple bit of software that changes your IP address, meaning that you can access on-demand content or live TV just as if you were at home.

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How to watch Clipped online in Canada, UK, Australia and worldwide

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Viewers outside the US can watch Clipped on Disney Plus, the show’s international home. New episodes arrive weekly every Tuesday.

You can take a look at Disney Plus prices and plans where you are, starting at £4.99 / CA$7.99 / AU$13.99 per month.

Away from home? You can still connect to your usual VOD services by downloading a VPN and pointing your location back to the US.

Clipped trailer

Clipped episode guide

  1. White Party – Tuesday, June 4
  2. A Blessing and a Curse – Tuesday, June 4
  3. Let the Games Began – Tuesday, June 11
  4. Winning Ugly – Tuesday, June 18
  5. The Best Worlds – Tuesday, June 25
  6. Keep Smiling – Tuesday, July 2

Clipped cast

  • Laurence Fishburne as Doc Rivers
  • Ed O'Neill as Donald Sterling
  • Jacki Weaver as Shelly Sterling
  • Cleopatra Coleman as V. Stiviano
  • Kelly AuCoin as Andy Roeser
  • J. Alphonse Nicholson as Chris Paul
  • Rich Sommer as Seth Burton
  • Corbin Bernsen as Pierce O'Donnell
  • Clifton Davis as Elgin Baylor
  • Harriet Sansom Harris as Justine

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