Better Things is the newest offering from Louis C.K. and Pamela Adlon. Sam Fox is a single mother with three daughters, and an actor that lacks any form of filter. She attempts to raise her daughters Max, Frankie, and Duke in Los Angeles, where she has to wear many hats including mom, dad, police officer, and anything else that comes her way.
Better Things will premiere on FX on September 8 at 10 p.m. ET. If you don’t have cable, don’t worry! There are plenty of ways to stream Better Things online without a cable subscription. Here are all the ways to watch Better Things online.
Watch the Better Things Live Stream with Sling TV Blue
Sling TV is a live stream service that includes a variety of popular cable channels and an on-demand library for a fraction of what you’d pay if you had cable. The Sling TV Blue package is just $25 a month and includes AMC, FX, History, Syfy, and TNT, along with many others. You can also add on channels to your package if you’re looking for a specific channel not offered in the primary package. You can watch Sling TV on a wide variety of devices including gaming consoles, iPad/iPod, Chromecast, and Roku. If you have any more questions about Sling TV, you can find answers in our full review of Sling TV.
If you want to get some member exclusives, make sure to check out the current deals on Roku and the special offers for Apple TV. Sling TV offers lots of great deals to their customers and you’re not going to want to miss them! Oh, and don’t forget to sign up for Sling TV’s 7-day trial so you can watch Better Things online free before you become a paying Sling TV member.
View the Better Things Live Stream on PlayStation Vue
PlayStation Vue is also a live stream subscription service. You can choose from three tiers of service that start at $29.99 a month. You receive 60 channels and a limited on-demand library. You’ll also have the ability to add additional movie channels, for a small monthly fee. With your basic package you receive channels like A&E, Bravo, FX, History, Lifetime, Syfy, Travel, and USA. You can watch Vue on a number of devices including Apple devices, Chromecast, PS3, PS4, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV. You can learn all you need to know about PlayStation Vue in our full review.
If you want to watch Better Things online free, a great way to do it is with the PlayStation Vue 7-day trial. If you’re unsure of whether or not Vue is right for you, this is a great chance to figure it out. PlayStation Vue’s mobile restrictions might put a damper on your streaming plans. You end up stuck to your home location and won’t be able to watch anything on-the-go.
Is Better Things on Hulu?
At this time, Better Things streaming is not available on Hulu. If you want to learn more about Hulu, you can check out our full review.
Is Better Things on Amazon Prime?
You might be able to stream Better Things on Amazon Prime, but it won’t be until the first season has ended. Prime adds complete seasons to the streaming network, so you won’t be able to watch Better Things full episodes at least until after the entire season is over. Take a look at our Amazon Prime review for more information.
Is Better Things on Netflix?
Better Things full episodes won’t be on Netflix at least until the full season has aired. In most cases, if a show will be added to Netflix it will be a few months after the season is over. So, if you want to watch Better Things streaming on Netflix you might have to wait a bit. Check out our full Netflix review for more details.
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