Few television networks have gone through the same evolution as TV Land. Originally, it began as a block of programming on Nickelodeon, branded as Nick at Nite. It aired reruns of classic sitcoms from the ’50s and ’60s. Over time, it spun off to become its own channel offering around-the-clock access to old favorites.
In 2015, the network made an intentional shift to focus on providing programming designed specifically for Generation X. It became home to the off-beat scripted comedy Hot in Cleveland, starring the incomparable Betty White. As the Nickelodeon viewers of the past grew up, TV Land has endeavored to stay on top of the kind of entertainment they’re looking for. If you’re worried about being able to watch TV Land online without cable, we’ve got you covered. Here are our suggestions for gaining access to a TV Land live stream.
Watch TV Land Online with DIRECTV NOW
TV Land is just one channel that is available on DIRECTV NOW. Rather than paying for cable, with DIRECTV NOW you can get all of your favorite channels without suffering through a contract or paying a hefty price. Beyond TV Land, you’ll have access to AMC, Bravo, Discovery, ESPN, FX, Univision, and TNT. All in all, depending on your package you could end up with over one hundred channels. Premium add-ons are also available for $5 a piece (per month) in the form of HBO or Cinemax. Packages begin at $35 a month. There are no mobile restrictions to deal with, so you’ll be able to watch from almost anywhere! Streaming devices that are compatible include Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, and mobile devices.
Make sure to sign up for your free 7-day trial, today! From there, member specials allow you to prepay for three months in order to get an Apple TV streaming device. Our full review has additional information, if you need it.
Get the TV Land Live Stream on Sling TV
If you’ve spent any time at all reading this website, you’ll see that our preferred subscription service is Sling TV. It has a ton of benefits including the ability to watch content on pretty much any device and at an affordable price. You can stream TV Land as a part of the Sling TV Comedy Plus Extra package. This is just $5 per month on top of the already reasonable $20 monthly cost for the basic service. Best of all, there is no contract so you can cancel at any time. Read our Sling TV review here.
The Comedy Plus Extra package consists of a motley group of networks made up of comedy and music television for a wide variety of audiences. Along with TV Land, you’ll also have:
You can start out watching the TV Land live stream with a free 7-day trial of Sling TV. Or, if you’re looking for a player, Sling TV often runs deals on several devices so you can watch TV Land on a free Roku or TV Land on a discounted Apple TV.
For T-Mobile customers, there is a great deal active as we’re writing this post. You can get 30% off the Best of Live TV package, which comes to just $14 per month. This also works with T-Mobile’s Binge On feature, so you can watch the TV Land live stream all you want and not tap into your data plan.
Watch TV Land Online with Hulu
Some cord cutters aren’t interested in replacing live TV. They prefer the option to watch all of their programming on-demand. This is what makes Hulu so popular (review here). It offers a huge selection of current and past TV shows and movies, including prime time hits from broadcast channels like NBC, ABC, and FOX. Hulu carries several TV Land shows including Hot in Cleveland, The Soul Man, and The Exes. Shows are typically available within a few days of airing, but a pay TV login may be required in some cases.
Another reason Hulu is so popular is because of its accessibility. You can watch anywhere, anytime. It streams to pretty much all devices from Roku to your iPhone and works at home or on-the-go. There are two price points depending on your interests. If you don’t mind a few limited commercials, you can get the service at only $7.99. If you would rather avoid interruptions, you can have it commercial-free for $11.99. All in all, this is a great way to watch TV Land online for your favorite shows. Try Hulu free for seven days to see how you like it.
Alternative Ways to Watch TV Land Streaming Live
It used to be that you could watch MTV on PlayStation Vue. Unfortunately, as of November 2016, all Viacom channels (including CMT, BET, and Nickelodeon) have been dropped from the service. Don’t worry though, you can still get episodes and entire seasons of shows like Hot in Cleveland and Younger with one of the pay-to-own options detailed below.
At this time, we don’t know of any other services that give fans the ability to watch the TV Land live stream legally. However, streaming services are often updating their channel lineups, so it is possible TV Land could be included in the future.
And in the near future, there are a few newcomers entering the market. VIDGO and Hulu’s live TV services are set to launch and they may also elect to include the TV Land live stream in their packages.
Instantly Watch TV Land Online
Of course, if you really just want to watch one or two of your favorite TV Land shows, you can always buy individual episodes or complete seasons online. Instant video services from iTunes, Vudu, and Amazon allow you to buy and own content for life, just like your old DVD collection but digital.
Overall, this is going to be more expensive than any of the subscription streaming services, but if you buy a complete season, it will cost slightly less than the episodes individually. New series and seasons can be purchased before they even air and you’ll be reminded when a new episode is available.
Does that answer your questions about how to get a TV Land live stream? If you want to cut the cord but are afraid to miss your favorites, search here to see how you can watch your shows online today.
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