DIY Network is a cable TV network that specializes in shows related to do-it-yourself projects, home improvement, etc. With hit shows like Kitchen Crashers, House Crashers, Garage Gold, Man Cave and more, there is a TON of great content to watch on DIY Network. Although this is a cable network, it’s now possible to watch a DIY Network live stream without having cable TV – and we’ll show you how!
If you’re sick of paying a fortune every month for cable TV, you’ll be happy to learn that you can now watch DIY Network online. Thanks to a number of awesome streaming services that we’ll discuss in detail below, you no longer need to be locked into a cable contract in order to enjoy a DIY live stream. Learn more below!
Watch DIY Network Online with Sling TV
Without a doubt, Sling TV is the best way to access DIY live stream. If you’ve never tried the service, here’s a brief rundown of what Sling TV offers:
- Enjoy 20+ channels for just $20 a month
- Add the Lifestyle Extras package for $5 a month, which includes DIY Network
- Enjoy other channels like ESPN, TNT, TBS, AMC, and many more
- Access all channels LIVE, plus rotating on-demand libraries
- NO hidden fees and NO contracts
- Watch Sling TV on your computer, streaming device, or mobile phone
So, for $25 a month ($20 for the basic 20+ channel package, and $5 for the Lifestyle Extra package which includes DIY Network), you’ll have access to around 30 hit channels that you can watch LIVE, from anywhere with an internet connection. No need to commit to anything more than a month at a time, since Sling TV is contract-free. Read our detailed Sling TV review for more information.
Plus, Sling TV is very generous in their deals. Just right now, here are the awesome limited-time deals you can score through Sling TV:
- A FREE 7-day trial – the best way to test the service out for yourself
- A FREE Roku 2 streaming player ($70 value) when you buy 3 months of Sling TV ($60)
- An exclusive 30% discount for T-Mobile customers
With deals like that, it’s hard to resist signing up for Sling TV! And if you want to access a DIY Network live stream, there’s really no reason that you shouldn’t sign up for this popular service.
Watch DIY Network Live Stream with PlayStation Vue
Another great way to watch DIY online is to use PlayStation Vue. This service is pretty similar to Sling TV, in that it offers subscribers many popular TV channels for a low price and without a contract.
PlayStation Vue offers a variety of different packages, with prices starting at $29.99 a month. All its packages offer DIY Network live stream, so regardless of which package you pick you’ll be able to enjoy your favorite shows.
Vue offers a TON of channels, with 55+ in the basic package alone – and up to 100+ in the bigger packages. It does not require you to sign a contract, so you can pay month-to-month and cancel whenever. Learn more in this PS Vue review.
The only real downside of this service is limited device compatibility. Right now, you’ll need a PS3/PS4, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV or a Chromecast in order to watch Vue. Compared to Sling TV, which supports pretty much every device, Vue’s selection is pretty limited.
Still though, Vue is a great service at a great price. You can even try it for free for a week, as well!
New Services will Likely Offer DIY Live Stream
For the time being, Sling TV and PlayStation Vue are the only services offering the ability to watch DIY online. However, there are always new services coming out, and we expect some to offer the channel in their packages.
For instance, VIDGO is a new streaming service set to release soon, and it’s quite likely that they’ll offer DIY Network. Learn more about VIDGO here. Hulu also plans to roll out a live streaming service in the near future and so does DirecTV, which may be another possible option to access a DIY live stream.
Buy Episodes of DIY Network Shows Online
If you’d just like to watch a few episodes here and there, you can also use a service like Amazon Instant Video or Vudu to buy single episodes of shows online. Episodes are generally available for $2-$3 each, so it’s an affordable option for a few episodes, but it can add up quickly if you watch a lot. Many DIY Network shows are available on these services.
Wondering how to watch other TV shows online? We’ve got you covered. Check out our TV show online streaming guide for more info.
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