Watch Maya and Marty in Manhattan Online: Live Stream, Full Episodes, Free Episodes and More

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Comedy, Variety

Maya Rudolph and Martin Short team up to bring comedy fans a variety show of epic proportions. Are you ready to watch Maya and Marty in Manhattan online?

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Maya Rudolph has been making fans laugh since her days on SNL, and now she is presenting her very own variety show, Maya and Marty in Manhattan. The show will be filmed at 30 Rockefeller plaza and is sure to make you laugh as Maya is joined by the brilliant talent of Martin Short and a selection of others including Kenan Thompson. Are you excited for the show? If so, here’s all the ways you can watch Maya and Marty in Manhattan online.

Maya and Marty in Manhattan comes to NBC for its first season on May 31 at 10 p.m. ET. As this will air on NBC you can watch it without cable. If you want to watch Maya and Marty in Manhattan online there are a variety of ways and services that will ensure that you don’t miss an episode. The following guide will offer your options to watch Maya and Marty in Manhattan streaming online.


Watch Maya and Marty in Manhattan Online with Hulu

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Hulu is a great streaming service that offers access to a huge library of new and past TV shows, including many with full seasons. You also have access to a pretty big film library and a growing, diverse collection of Hulu original shows. New episodes arrive on Hulu usually within a week, but in most cases, episodes arrive within a day after they air on TV. New episodes of Maya and Marty in Manhattan will be available the next day. You can watch Hulu on most any streaming device. Hulu is one of the most reasonably priced services at $7.99 a month with commercials and $11.99 without. You can learn more about Hulu in our full review.

The Hulu weeklong trial is a great way to watch Maya and Marty in Manhattan online free. This will give you a chance to watch this and other shows on Hulu before your paid membership begins.


Watch the Maya and Marty in Manhattan Live Stream on Playstation Vue

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Playstation Vue is the only subscription service offering the Maya and Marty in Manhattan live stream currently because it’s the only one that includes NBC and other local channels as part of its basic package. For $29.99 a month you receive 60 channels, including popular options like AMC, Lifetime, and Syfy. If you’re in Chicago, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Miami, New York, Los Angeles, or Dallas your local channels are viewable in live stream format like your other channels. If you live in any other area, your local channel content appears in the on-demand library the day after it airs on television. You can watch Vue on iPad, Amazon Fire TV, PS3 or PS4, or Chromecast. Before signing up to Vue (review) you should be aware that they tie you to your home location. That means that despite being able to watch Vue on mobile devices, if you try to leave the home, you won’t be able to watch anything, due to some seriously severe mobile restrictions.


Watch Maya and Marty in Manhattan Online Free with a Digital Antenna & DVR

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A great way to watch Maya and Marty in Manhattan and other NBC shows for free is with a digital antenna and an over-the-air DVR. A digital antenna (we recommend the Mohu Leaf) will ensure crisp, clear visuals and depending on where you live, it will help you get a variety of channels. There are plenty of digital antennas on the market with various options including the ability to channel scan for up to 50 miles! You can choose the right antenna for you using our digital antenna guide. If you want an experience similar to cable, you can pair your antenna with an over-the-air DVR, like the Tablo. Similar to cable DVRs, these handy boxes offer a wide variety of options. Many of them offer the ability to rewind, fast-forward, and pause your recordings. With some you can tape shows while you’re watching something else live. There are some that even offer online functionality by pairing with your streaming devices and sending your recordings to your devices so you can watch them wherever you want! You can choose the perfect DVR for your needs using our DVR comparison guide.


Other Ways to Watch Maya and Marty in Manhattan Full Episodes

If you want to own Maya and Marty in Manhattan that is another option. You can buy single episodes through a variety of on-demand services. Single episodes are relatively inexpensive, but you can save some money by picking up the season pass. If you decide you don’t like the show, you can cancel the season pass, and still get the discount on the episodes you’ve already purchased.

  • Amazon Instant Video: Amazon offers $2 episodes, and added deals if you buy the season pass. New episodes are available the day after they air on TV. You can watch your Amazon videos on most streaming devices.
  • Vudu: Vudu also offers $2 episodes and season passes. They also usually offer the first episode of a new show for free, so you’ll want to check for that! New episodes arrive next day, and you can watch them on most devices.
  • iTunes: iTunes videos are viewable on most Apple devices. They are available for around $3, but per-episode prices are cheaper when you buy the season pass. New episodes arrive within 24-hours.

With plenty of guest stars expected to make appearances, this comedy series is sure to be a hit! Our comment section is the perfect place to ask questions about how to watch Maya and Marty in Manhattan full episodes online. Our guides are the perfect tool to use if you’re looking for new ways to watch TV shows online. Our ISP search tool is also available if you’re looking for a way to cut your Internet bill and save a few bucks.



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.
Ashtyn Evans