Red Nose Day is more than just a television special. It is a fundraising opportunity, or FUN-raising, as the creators of the event call it! The special, which is sponsored by Walgreens, is set to be hosted by Craig Ferguson, and will feature a star-studded cast that includes Key & Peele, Anna Kendrick, Seth Rogen, Zac Efron, Ellie Kemper, Kristen Bell, Emma Watson, Ludacris, Rose Byrne, Blake Griffin, and Emma Thompson, among others. The show will feature comedy, music, and it will be raising money for children who need help here in the US and abroad. Can’t wait to watch Red Nose Day online? Keep reading for more information how you can do so without cable TV.
Red Nose Day is coming to NBC on May 26 at 9 p.m. ET. You can watch Red Nose Day online free with your digital antenna and DVR since NBC is a local channel. If you don’t have a DVR, there are plenty of other ways that you can watch Red Nose Day streaming online. The following guide will tell you all of the ways you can watch Red Nose Day online.
Watch the Red Nose Day Live Stream with PlayStation Vue
One of the only ways to catch the Red Nose Day live stream online is with PlayStation Vue. Offering over 55 popular channels and an on-demand library, PlayStation Vue is a live stream service available for $29.99 a month. Included in your package are popular channels like A&E, Lifetime, Food Network, TBS, and many others. You also get access to some local channels. If you live in San Francisco, Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, or Miami, you receive the four major local channels (ABC, CBS, NBC, and FOX) in live stream format like your other channels. If you’re not in one of these areas, you receive NBC, ABC, and FOX shows in your on-demand library the day after they air. You can watch Vue (review) on iPad, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, or the PS3 and PS4 gaming systems. If you’re planning to become a PlayStation Vue user, you should know that you will be tied to your home location. Basically, this means that if you usually watch shows on your mobile devices, you will find that to be nearly impossible with Vue if you’re out of the home. Read about Vue’s channel packages to see if the service is right for you.
Watch Red Nose Day Online with Hulu
Hulu is one of the top streaming services available right now. For just $7.99 a month (with commercials) or $11.99 (without ads), you receive a huge library of current and former TV shows, as well as a large library of new and old films. You can watch new episodes as soon as a day to eight days after they air. As far as Red Nose Day is concerned, NBC shows tend to arrive on Hulu within a week after they air, and there is no reason to believe that won’t be the case here. You can watch Hulu on most mobile and streaming devices. And if you’re new to Hulu, you can sign up for a free 7-day trial, which you can use to watch Red Nose Day online free if you time it right! You can learn more about Hulu in our full review.
Watch Red Nose Day Online Free with a Digital Antenna & OTA DVR
The cheapest way to watch Red Nose Day is to hook up your digital antenna with your over-the-air DVR so you can watch Red Nose Day full episodes for free. A good digital antenna will allow you to pick up a variety of local channels. We recommend the Mohu Leaf, which scans for 50 miles in each direction to pick up as many channels as it can. You can also pair it with an over-the-air DVR. We recommend the Tablo, which allows you to skip commercials, record and watch different shows, and it allows you to stream your recordings to paired devices so you can watch your recorded shows on-the-go.
If you have questions about how to watch Red Nose Day online, just leave them in the comments. Check out our other guides for some handy tips on watching TV online. Our ISP search tool is also available if you’re looking for a way to save on your Internet services.
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