Where To Watch Rise Season 1 Episode 7


Where to Watch Rise Season 1 Episode 7 Online

Who's ready for more Rise? NBC's hit new show continues with a brand new episode this week Rise season 1 episode 7, "This Will God Willing Get Better." On last week's episode, Mr. Mazzou (Josh Randor tasked the Spring Awakening cast with finding pieces for the musical's set. The kids go on to ransack the town and bring back items that are meaningful to them. Lilette (Auli’i Cravalho) had to choose between supporting her family financially and participating in the musical. What drama will Rise season 1 episode 7 bring us next week? We don't know, but we can tell you where to watch Rise season 1 episode 7 online and on TV!

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What to Watch For On Rise Season 1 Episode 7

On the next episode of Rise the opening night of the musical is fast approaching but no one seems prepared for it. Feeling the pressure, a frustrated Mr. Mazzu tries to rally the cast but no one seems willing to cooperate. Watch a trailer for Rise season 1 episode 7 below!

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Where to Watch Rise Season 1 Episode 7 On TV

You can watch Rise every Tuesday on NBC. Rise season 1 episode 7 will air on April 24th at 9|8c. Tune into NBC to catch the whole episode. If you don't have cable, you can watch Rise season 1 episode 7 via Hulu Live TV. Hulu Live TV lets you stream your favorite TV shows without cable and gives you acess to Hulu's streaming library. You'll never miss an episode again!

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Where to Watch Rise Season 1 Episode 7 Online

Want to watch Rise season 1 episode 7 online? We've got all your online options covered for you. First, head over to NBC's website. Here you can watch the most recent episodes of Rise once they air on TV. If you have Hulu, good news for you. All of Rise season 1 is avalible to stream and updated with the most recent episodes.

You can also buy and download episodes of Rise season 1 from Amazon and iTunes. Episodes are only $1.99 and then you'll be able to watch that episode as many times as you want!

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