How to Watch Tokyo Vice in Canada| Watch it on Max (updated 2023)

Tokyo Vice

Today, we have Tokyo Vice for our viewers. This post will list everything you need to know if you wish to stream Tokyo Vice in Canada on HBO Max.

Tokyo Vice is an American crime-drama series loosely based on Jake Adelstein’s endeavors and is scheduled for an HBO-exclusive release on April 7, 2022.

How to Watch Tokyo Vice in Canada on HBO Max | Stream Tokyo Vice in Canada in 2022

Tokyo Vice is the story of a journalist who wants to right the wrongs. He takes on the most powerful man in the crime world. Daniel Radcliffe’s “Harry Potter” was set to play the leading role in this series but later was replaced by Ansel Elgort from The Fault in our Stars.

You can watch it on Max from Canada with an ExpressVPN account subscription. Here are the steps you need to follow.

  1. Get ExpressVPN for HBO Max (30-day money-back guarantee)
  2. Download the VPN app on your device (ExpressVPN supports up to 10 multi logins)
  3. Select a US IP address from the country list (USA- NewYork)
  4. Open HBO Max on your PC, Mobile or TV
  5. Search Tokyo Vice on HBO Max from Canada or anywhere else
  6. Enjoy the show

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How to Get an HBO Max Subscription in Canada?

Unfortunately, HBO is not available in Canada, this is due to distribution rights which makes HBO exclusively available in United States and a small number of countries. But you can easily get an HBO account with a VPN by following these simple steps.

Method #1 to get HBO Max in Canada

  1. Get ExpressVPN for HBO (Get 12+3 months free with this special offer)
  2. Download and Install the VPN app on your device
  3. Connect to a US server from the list (USA – NewYork)
  4. Get an HBO Max gift card from Mygiftcardsupply [it will cost you $25]
  5. You will get the HBO gift code via email within minutes
  6. Open HBONOW.com/gift and create your account.
  7. Enter your gift card code, Zip code (92027,92039), and State (California)
  8. You have now subscribed to HBO Max
  9. Open HBOMax.com and sign in with your credentials.
  10. Watch Tokyo Vice on HBO in Canada or outside the US.

Method #2 to get HBO Max in Canada

You can get HBO Max in Canada with a Virtual card. just follow these steps and watch Tokyo Vice in Canada on HBO Max.

  1. Get ExpressVPN ($6.67/mo, 30-day money-back guarantee)
  2. Select a US IP address
  3. Open statespay.com and sign up
  4. Enter your details [Name, email, password, etc]
  5. After you are done signing up, transfer funds from Paypal into your statespay card.
  6. Use the Statespay card to sign up for HBO Max.

Is Tokyo Vice on Disney+

We don’t have any news on Tokyo Vice streaming on Disney Plus in Canada. The TV show is an HBO exclusive and distributed by WarnerMedia, which makes it highly unlikely for this series to land on Disney+ or Hulu.

Can I Watch Tokyo Vice on CRAVE?

Unfortunately, Tokyo Vice will not be available on Crave or any other streaming platform in Canada. The reason, WarnerMedia, is the sole distributor of the TV show in the United States. However, the show is internationally distributed by Endeavor Content. The best way to watch Tokyo Vice is on HBO Max with a VPN.

What Else Can I Watch on HBO Max from Canada?

When it comes to HBO Max, there is a ton of TV shows and movies you can stream. HBO comes with it’s original series like Euphoria, Game of Thrones, and many others on the list. We have created a list of content that is exclusively available on HBO and you can watch it in Canada or outside United States.

Frequently Asked Questions to Watch Tokyo Vice in Canada

1- Where to watch Tokyo Vice in Canada?

Tokyo Vice can only be streamed on HBO Max in Canada. The show is an HBO original which makes it exclusive to HBO.

2- Tokyo Vice release date in Canada?

Tokyo Vice will release on April 7 2022 on HBO Max. We don’t have any news about the show coming to Canada on Crave or another streaming service.

3- What channel is Tokyo Vice on in Canada?

The show is exclusively available on HBO Max which can be accessed in Canada with a VPN. Just follow the above mentioned steps to watch Tokyo Vice in Canada.

4- Is Tokyo Vice on Peacock TV?

Tokyo Vice is only streaming on HBO Max. We don’t have any news about Tokyo Vice streaming on Peacock TV at the moment.

5- How many episodes are there in Tokyo Vice Season 1?

Initially Tokyo Vice was a movie, but WarnerMedia changed it to a TV show. The show is set to have 10 episodes in it’s first run.

6- When can I watch Tokyo Vice Episode 1 Online?

April 7, 2022, is the date you should mark. The first three episodes are set to release on 7th April followed by episodes 4&5 next week. The final episode of Tokyo Vice will premier on April 28, 2022.

7- Is Danial Radcliffe in Tokyo Vice?

He was initially cast for the lead role but was removed later.

8- Is Tokyo Vice based on a true story?

Yes, Tokyo Vice is based on the life events and endeavors of an American reporter Jake Adelstein. He published a book by the same name in 2009 defining his experiences with the underworld and corrupt police officers in Japan.

9- Is Tokyo Vice coming to Hulu?

Unfortunately, Tokyo Vice is not coming to Hulu, however, you can watch it on Hulu with the HBO Max add-on. You can Watch The Kardashians in Canada on Hulu this April, so be ready for the most famous reality TV show in the US.

Tokyo Vice – Plot

The show is created by J.T. Rogers under the banner of Endeavor Content production company. The show has a huge list of executive producers to its name including Jake Adelstein, Destin Daniel Cretton, Ansel Elgort, Brad Caleb Kane, John Lesher, Michael Mann, Alan Poul, J.T. Rogers, Emily Gerson Saines, Kayo Washio, and Ken Watanabe.

Tokyo Vice is set in the 1990’s and is loosely a true story as it is based on the book of Jake Adelstein, a journalist who goes to Tokyo for reporting but the more he digs the more he realizes the state of corruption within the city. The original memoir was called Tokyo Vice: An American Reporter on the Police Beat in Japan and was released in 2009.

The original plans were that of a movie starring Daniel Radcliffe. The plans were initiated in 2013 and the production was set to begin in 2014. However, the original project failed to make it beyond that point and the state of this project was in a limbo until 2019 when the show was repurposed to a series and WarnerMedia issued a 10-episode order to HBO Max.

Tokyo Vice – Cast

This crime-action series stars Ansel Elgort as Jake Adelstein, an American journalist who has recently moved into Tokyo; Ken Watanabe as Hiroto Katagiri, a detective investigating organized crime in Japan; Rachel Keller as Samantha, a hostess at a Japanese red-light district. Ella Rumpf as Polina, a new but struggling hostess working with Samantha; Tomohisa Yamashita as Akira, and Rinko Kikuchi as Adelstein’s supervisor. The show also stars Hideaki Ito and Show Kasamatsu.¬†

Tokyo Vice – Reviews & Ratings

As of this moment, there is no trailer for the series. There’s also no update on how the show will aesthetically look like other than the fact it’s set in 90’s Japan. As such, no critics or fans has reviewed the series so it is currently unknown how the show will be perceived by viewers over the world. But the prospects fo appear promising. Keep visiting The StreamBible to keep getting updates on Tokyo Vice.

Wrap Up

The question has been answered, Yes you can watch Tokyo Vice in Canada on HBO Max with a VPN service. You can get the HBO account with an American friend’s credit card, from mygiftcardsupply.com or with a virtual credit card. If you are currently in New Zealand, here is a complete guide to watch Tokyo Vice in New Zealand.

If you are into the crime genre then this show is for you. We don’t have much intel on how the world will look in Tokyo Vice, but we can say for sure that it will be a treat to watch for audiences who live crime movies and TV shows.

Written by Mickel Clark

Mickel is a streaming aficionado who loves nothing more than to pen down his thoughts about the movies, anime and TV shows he has watched and likes sharing hacks on how to stream them online.