How to Watch Joyn Outside Germany (Anywhere) in 2023

Abeerah Hashim  - Security Expert
Last updated: November 12, 2023
Read time: 16 minutes

Joyn (formerly 7TV) is Germany's top video streaming service, and it only serves domestic users. This article shows how to gain access to this platform when you are away from Germany using a VPN.

Germany’s premium streaming service Joyn (formerly known as the 7TV) is pure bliss for local German content consumers. But they have to miss out on the fun if they travel anywhere outside Germany since Joyn isn’t available globally. Nonetheless, it becomes trivial to bypass this content limitation and stream Joyn unrestricted anywhere if you have a robust German VPN.

So you are somewhere outside Germany but would still like to enjoy 7TV (Joyn) and not miss its incredible shows, excellent documentaries, or blockbuster flicks? Congratulations, you’ve found the right article to read! This guide will show you how to unblock 7TV from anywhere worldwide using a single internet tool — a top-notch VPN.

Notice this: the former 7TV network is now called Joyn. So if you are a German media enthusiast away from Germany on holiday, business, or because you moved out. You can still enjoy JoynTV’s content by following some simple steps this article explains.

How to use VPN for Joyn TV streaming outside Germany – Quick guide

Perhaps you might already be conversant in the mysterious realm of VPNs. So, you will only need to learn the basic procedure to unlock JoynTV. Thus, here is a quick guide to unblocking JoynTV whenever you’re not inside Germany.

  1. Sign up for a VPN service. Choose a top-notch provider, preferably ExpressVPN, which we’ve found to be the best option.
  2. Download and install the apps or clients your VPN vendor provides for your device.
  3. Provide your credentials to sign in to the network.
  4. Once you log into the app or client, choose a server. This is the critical step in the process: you must select a server based in Germany for this to work.
  5. Start using JoynTV regularly as if you were in Germany!