Watch The Catch Online: Live Stream, Full Episodes, Free Episodes and More

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Crime/Drama

An investigator who makes a living out of catching con-men becomes a victim herself when she is betrayed by her fiance. See how she gets even, and watch The Catch online.

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The Catch is a new crime thriller that follows Alice, a private investigator/forensic accountant, who catches people committing fraud. Unfortunately, she’s not able to notice that her own fiancé is conning her. She is determined to find him, but in-between searching she also has to maintain her career, so she doesn’t lose everything else in the process. The Catch stars Mireille Enos, Peter Krause, Rose Rollins, Jacky Ido, and a host of other talented actors. Want to watch The Catch online? Keep reading for more information.

The Catch is the newest series coming to ABC from Shonda Rhimes’ production company Shondaland. Given the success of other Shondaland shows you can assume that The Catch will have a good home on ABC. The Catch premieres on March 24 at 10 p.m. ET.

 

Watch The Catch Streaming on Hulu

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Hulu is a streaming service that gives you access to thousands of episodes from new television shows, several full seasons of older shows, and a rotating catalog of new and classic films. New episodes generally become available on Hulu within a few weeks of airing on television. The Catch and other ABC shows should be available within 8 days of airtime. You can watch Hulu anywhere on pretty much any device.

One of the most popular parts of Hulu is the competitive price points. If you don’t mind limited commercials, you can enjoy Hulu for just $7.99 a month. If you’re anti-commercials and want nothing to do with them, order the no commercial option and pay just $11.99 a month.

If you’re looking for a good way to watch The Catch online free, you should consider signing up for Hulu’s free 7-day trial once new episodes have been released. This is a great way to not only test out Hulu but to watch The Catch online without having to pay for it.

To learn more about Hulu you can read our full review here.

 

Watch The Catch Live Stream with Sling TV

Sling TV is a live stream service that provides more than 20 popular channels for $20 a month. In addition to channels like AMC, TNT, and TBS, you can add-on more channels and packages, such as HBO or the Lifestyle package. In order to watch The Catch live stream on Sling TV, you will need to sign up for the Broadcast Extra package for an additional $5 a month. This will give you access to ABC and other local channels. Currently, anyone in the U.S. can enjoy Sling TV, but to access ABC you need to be in one of the following areas: Houston, Chicago, Fresno, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Philadelphia, or Raleigh.

You can watch Sling TV on nearly any device, so you can watch from virtually anywhere you go. If you sign up today, you can enjoy a 7-day free trial. After the trial, if you sign up for three months of Sling TV service, you will receive your choice of a free Roku 2 or 50% off a Roku 3 Streaming Media Player. If you choose the Roku 2 (a $70 retail value) you save $10 off the cost of the player, and get three months of Sling TV for free!

To learn more about Sling TV, read our full review.

 

Watch The Catch Live Stream using PlayStation Vue

PlayStation Vue is a live stream service that also offers limited on-demand programming. Viewers have access to as many as 60 cable channels, including over-the-air networks.  Playstation Vue offers channels like A&E, AMC, and TNT as well as ABC, which will allow you to watch The Catch online every week. With no contracts to sign, you just pay $39.99 a month, and can cancel whenever you want.

You can watch PlayStation Vue on a number of devices including PS3 and PS4 gaming consoles, Apple devices, Chromecast, and Amazon Fire TV. Currently in seven cities and growing, you need to live in one of the following areas to watch Vue programs: Miami, San Francisco, Dallas, L.A., Philadelphia, New York, or Chicago.

If you live in one of the PlayStation Vue areas and want to watch The Catch online free, you should sign up for the Vue 7-day trial. This will allow you to watch The Catch live stream, and try out the Vue service at the same time!

Click here to read our full review of PlayStation Vue.

 

Other Ways to Watch The Catch Online

If you want to watch The Catch online you can opt for purchasing the show, if you would rather own the series as opposed to just watching the live stream. There are a number of services that allow you to buy episodes, including the services listed below. This can get expensive, so if you choose to buy your episodes, you might want to order the entire season in a season pass. That will lower the overall cost of the episodes and save you some money.

  • Amazon Instant Video: Amazon Instant Video offers new episodes for around $2, and a season pass option which varies in price based on the number of episodes in a season, the popularity of the show, and other factors. New episodes appear within a 24-hour period, for most shows.
  • Vudu: The main difference between Amazon and Vudu isn’t much more than personal preference. The prices are the same, and you receive the new episodes around the same time. With a season pass, new episodes will be delivered to your video library automatically (this goes for Amazon as well).
  • Google Play & iTunes: Google Play & iTunes caters to Apple and Android users that prefer to watch TV on their cell phones and/or tablets. The prices are closer to $3 an episode, but in most cases you can still opt for the season pass. New episodes usually arrive within 24 hours.

Still have questions about how to watch The Catch online? If so, just leave them in our comments. If you’re interested in other ways to watch TV online make sure to check out our other guides for the shows you’re interested in. They have all the details you need to know to watch your favorite shows.

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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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