‘Infinity Train’ How to watch Infinity Train Book 4!

Infinity Train has run out of track, with Season 4 slated to be the last for the cartoon show. Season two of the anthology series, which originally aired on Cartoon Network, is available for streaming in the United States right now. Here’s how to watch the remaining 10 episodes online.

How to watch ‘Infinity Train’ online

In the United States, Infinity Train may only be viewed legitimately on the HBO Max streaming service. All 10 episodes in Season 4 were released on Thursday, April 15.

HBO Max discontinued its free trial for new subscribers when it began broadcasting major motion pictures on the same day they were released in theaters. To use the streamer, customers must pay $14.99 for a minimum of one month of service.

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However, there is a way for certain viewers to receive a trial of HBO Max, allowing them to watch Infinity Train and the rest of the streamer’s repertoire completely free of charge.

Hulu customers can choose HBO Max as an add-on and are offered the first week free. After that, the program costs $14.99 monthly on top of whatever you pay for Hulu.

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The premiere episode of Season 3 is now free on HBO Max’s website.

The official HBO Max summary for the new season, which is named “Book Four – Duet,” reads: “Min-Gi [played by Johnny Young] and Ryan [Sekai Murashige] are childhood best friends who dream of performing in a band and traveling throughout Canada, together. After a falling out drives them apart, they’re both on the mysterious Infinity Train. Lost and disoriented, they meet Kez, a free-spirited concierge bell, who follows them on their quest. Min-Gi and Ryan must decide if they can work together as tensions and old scars resurface on the Infinity Train.”

The show’s creator, Owen Dennis, revealed in March that it was ending. He tweeted: “While this wasn’t the intended last season of #infinitytrain, it is a self-contained story, and will add to the history and legacy of the program like each season before it did. Everyone worked very hard on it, and I couldn’t be happier with how it turned out.”

Dennis, who has previously indicated he had eight seasons of narrative figured out, adds later in the thread: “Production stopped last December. We hope you enjoy what will likely be the final season for the foreseeable future, however, we can’t rule out the possibility of making more in the future. Continue to support it however you can!”