Watch Living with Funny Online: Live Stream, Full Episodes, Free Episodes and More

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An Oxygen documentary series, Living with Funny follows funny guys Brandon T. Jackson, DeRay Davis, Michael Blackson, Erik Rivera, and bachelor Adam Hunter and the women who stand behind them. Don't miss a minute of the humor just because you made the financially savvy choice to cut cable; use our guide below to see how you can watch Living with Funny online.

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Living with Funny is actually a pretty straightforward title for a documentary series that lets you peek into the private lives of Hollywood’s rising funnymen and the women that stand behind them. The show will follow Brandon T. Jackson and fiancé Denise Xavier, DeRay Davis and his two girlfriends Caro and Coco, Michael Blackson and his girlfriend Georgia Reign, lone bachelor, Adam Hunter, and finally, Erik Rivera and his wife Katie. The series will air on Oxygen on April 21 at 9 p.m. ET, but if you don’t have cable, not to worry! If you want to watch Living with Funny online, keep reading and we’ll tell you how to do it legally.

If you don’t subscribe to cable or don’t have Oxygen, there are plenty of ways to watch Living with Funny online. This article will give you options to watch Living with Funny streaming on the Internet using any device you choose so that you can be ready when it airs on April 21.


Watch Living with Funny Online with Hulu

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Hulu is an excellent low-cost solution to get many of your favorite network shows without having to pay for cable. With Hulu, you receive new episodes of popular TV shows as soon as one to eight days after they’ve aired on television, a huge library of full seasons of older shows, and an impressive catalog of movies. When it comes to Oxygen, each month, featured episodes are chosen to appear on Hulu. That means you’ll be able to watch Living with Funny full episodes without any problem. You may need to log in with a television provider prior to being able to watch some shows, but this scenario is uncommon.

You can stream Hulu on pretty much all major devices. If you can handle a commercial or two, monthly subscription costs for Hulu are just $7.99. If you want to skip the commercials altogether, you end up paying $11.99, which is still a pretty good deal.

Don’t forget to sign up for your free trial for a chance to watch Living with Funny online free for at least a couple of episodes. The trial will also give you a shot to see how great Hulu (review) is before you become a paying member.


Watch the Living with Funny Live Stream on Playstation Vue

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Playstation Vue is a live stream service. That means you get access to 55 live cable channels, just like if you had cable, but without the bill. In this case, you would just pay $29.99 a month for channels like Oxygen, AMC, ESPN, and a variety of other networks. In addition to the live stream content, you also have an on-demand library of shows in case you missed something. If you’re a resident of Chicago, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Miami, Dallas, or Philadelphia, you receive the live streams for local channels like FOX also. If you’re not in one of these areas, you will receive the content from local channels a day later in the on-demand library.

Currently, new subscribers receive free content for a week to try out the service. You can watch Playstation Vue on your iPad, PS3 or PS4 game systems, Chromecast, or Amazon Fire TV. The Playstation Vue weeklong trial is a great opportunity to watch Living with Funny online free, for at least a week, before you start a paid subscription. As a live stream service, Vue is a good choice because you’ll not only get Living with Funny full episodes each week, you’ll have access to hundreds of shows like you did with cable, but with a much smaller bill.


Other Ways to Watch Living with Funny Streaming Online

If you don’t want to sign up for a subscription service, your only other option is to buy the episodes you want to see. The downside here is that if you’re buying several shows, you might end up paying more than you did when you had cable. The prices can add up incredibly fast. With that in mind, it’s recommended if you’re going to shop for your television this way, you should consider buying season passes to help save a little money.

  • Amazon Instant Video: Amazon charges $2 per episode or a little less if you buy the season pass. New episodes are delivered directly to your video library the day after (in most cases) the show airs on television. You can watch Amazon content on most major devices.
  • Vudu: You can watch Vudu on a variety of devices. Prices are similar to Amazon; new episodes are $2 for standard definition, and season passes are available. Look out for sales, as many first episodes of new series are available for free.
  • iTunes & Google Play: Both iTunes and Google Play tend to cater to tablet users. You can watch content on a limited amount of devices. Season passes are available, but single episodes are closer to $3, so expect to pay higher prices with both of these options.

Still have questions about how to watch Living with Funny online? Leave us a comment and we’ll help you out. Make sure to visit our other guides for the best advice on how to watch TV online.



Ashtyn Evans

Ashtyn Evans

Ashtyn is a writer and filmmaker living in New York with her family and her spoiled Shih Tzu, Molly. When she's not writing she enjoys obsessing over her favorite television shows, watching movies, and cooking.
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