Watch Major Crimes Online: Live Stream & On Demand Guide

Watch Major Crimes online

Season five of Major Crimes is coming back to TNT for a new season on June 13th at 10 p.m. ET, and many fans are dying to know what’s going to happen next. (But no worries, I won’t go into it just in case you’re looking to start watching with season one. No spoilers here!) If you don’t have cable, then you might be looking for a legal way to watch Major Crimes online.

Luckily, whether you’re about to cut the cord or you haven’t had cable in years, there are some great streaming services out there that ensure you’re able to keep up with the latest and greatest shows. And Major Crimes is no exception. So on to what you’ve been waiting for. Here are  the available legal options that can get you on your way to watch Major Crimes online free and paid, and many others, straight to your applicable devices, minus the expensive cable contract.


Sling TV Lets You Watch Major Crimes Online

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If you’re looking for the best way to watch Major Crimes online, your search will inevitably lead you to Sling TV. That’s exactly where you want to be; for $20 a month you’ll be able to watch every episode live as they air. No need to try and search for episodes after they air! While this service does cost a bit more than Netflix or Hulu, it’s the first legal way to live stream cable channels like  TNT live stream, ESPN, HGTV, and more without a cable contract.

Another great thing about going this route is the availability: you’ll be able to download a mobile app, or even an app to your XBox One. That means that no matter where you go, you’re not limited to the normal confines a cable company would have you with; Sling TV allows you to take your TV to-go.

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Want to take the service for a test drive? Try a free 7-day trial here. You can also read my full review here.


Watch Major Crimes Live Stream with PlayStation Vue

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Another way to legally watch Major Crimes online is exclusively for those PlayStation 3 and 4 users — PlayStation Vue. This is PlayStation’s new streaming service, and it’s rapidly expanding to become a very viable cable alternative.

With packages starting from $30 for 55 channels, ranging up to $45 for 100+ channels, Vue offers a ton of variety when it comes to channels and shows. And since every package includes TNT, you’ll be able to enjoy Major Crimes live stream directly from your PS3/PS4, your ioS device, or your Chromecast/Amazon Fire TV.

While it is a bit more expensive than Sling TV, PlayStation Vue (review here) is definitely still a viable option to stream Major Crimes online, along with many other popular shows. Click here to learn more.


Watch Major Crimes Full Episodes with any of these Great Services

There’s a few more places you can watch Major Crimes online, though they won’t be as cost effective as going with Sling TV. Services such as Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, and Google Play will allow you to purchase the digital rights to each episode singularly, or as a package deal, depending on which you’d rather do. With each episode costing around $3 each, and the full season for $39.99, you may as well watch them all on demand!


Is Major Crimes on Netflix?

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Unfortunately, Netflix does not currently offer Major Crimes in its streaming library. The show is available on DVD via Netflix, but not for instant streaming. Read our Netflix review to learn more.


Is Major Crimes on Hulu?


Currently, Hulu does not offer Major Crimes streaming in its library. It does, however, offer a ton of other great shows and movies, all for just $7.99 a month. Read more in our Hulu review.


With season 5 of Major Crimes premiering soon, you won’t want to miss it! To learn more about how to watch your favorite TV shows without cable, check out our full guide to watching TV shows online.

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