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Love Spy Shows? Here's How To Watch Every Episode Of 'Covert Affairs'

On "Covert Affairs," Annie Walker grows from CIA rookie to a seasoned spy.

By Becca van Sambeck
Christopher Gorham as Auggie Anderson, Sendhil Ramamurthy as Jai Wilcox, Piper Perabo as Annie Walker, Peter Gallagher as Authur Campbell, Kari Matchett as Joan Campbell

What would it really take to become a spy? Is it actually as glamorous as it looks, or is the danger too much?

For CIA trainee Annie Walker, actually working in the field turns out to be a far cry from the relative safety of bureaucratic work inside the agency. Walker's journey from confused rookie to seasoned field operative is the focus of the USA Network original series "Covert Affairs," which is a must-watch for any fan of spy shows.

On "Covert Affairs," Walker is told she's been suddenly promoted to field work because of her impressive linguistics skills — fluent in, that's right, seven languages — but there may be a more sinister reason from her past for the unexpected move. Walker is left navigating the complexity of spy work without much training, with just a CIA military intelligence agent named Auggie Anderson to guide her. Anderson, despite his exceptional skills, has his own past issues he's still dealing with, but he proves himself to be a meaningful mentor for Walker.

Walker goes undercover throughout the series, starting off in the series as an employee with the Acquisitions team at the Smithsonian Museum. Her various undercover missions are chronicled throughout "Covert Affairs" as well as her ever-growing bond with Anderson and the way she changes as she becomes more confident in the position.

"Covert Affairs" ran for five seasons from 2010 to 2014. Whether you're a fan who wants to rewatch the series or new to the world of "Covert Affairs," you may be wondering how to binge-watch the series. Here's how you can stream every episode:

Well, every episode of "Covert Affairs" is available to watch with a subscription to the streaming service Peacock. Log in, choose an episode, and get settled in — you're not going to want to do anything else for the night once you get started watching "Covert Affairs."

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The series is also available to watch on Amazon Prime, YouTube (for $1.99 an episode), Apple TV (for $1.99 an episode), GooglePlay (for $1.99 an episode), fuboTV, and Vudu.

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