Watch Samurai Jack Online: Live Stream, Full Episodes, Free Episodes And More

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Samurai Jack, tells the story of a young prince from medieval Japan whose father's empire is destroyed by the demon Aku. Jack escapes the destruction, traveling the world in search of justice and the chance to battle the evil Aku and his robot minions in the world of the future.

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After an extended absence from the airwaves, the old Cartoon Network staple, Samurai Jack is returning. This time, the fifth and final season will air on Adult Swim at 11 p.m. ET on March 11. The story will propel the hero into the future after the events of the 52 episodes series finishing up in 2004. Can you watch Samurai Jack online without cable?

Here is what we know about how to watch the new Samurai Jack live stream.

 

Stream Samurai Jack Online with DIRECTV NOW

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Adult Swim and Cartoon Network are both included in one of the new DIRECTV NOW packages. Unlike AT&T’s traditional satellite service, you can watch TV streaming only with DIRECTV NOW. All you need is a reliable high-speed internet connection to watch Samurai Jack episodes streaming live after it returns for the final season.

The basic package for DIRECTV NOW starts at $35 and includes over 60 channels. While this is slightly higher than the other services, it has a lot of value. See the DIRECTV NOW channel list and review to learn more.

The service is rather new, so devices and features are still being added.

One cool feature is their grid-style TV guide, which is similar to those used by cable and satellite providers. This can make the transition to cord cutting easier for some users.

They also offer special deals on popular streaming players for prepaid customers, so you may want to see if that is an option for you.

You can watch Samurai Jack online free by starting with a FREE 7-day trial of DIRECTV NOW.

 

Watch the Samurai Jack Live Stream on Sling TV

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Sling TV can also allow you to cut the cord and switch to streaming TV. With it, you can stream Samurai Jack live as it airs.

Cartoon Network and Adult Swim are a part of the Sling Orange package for just $20 per month. You get other amazing channels too to watch all of your hard to find favorites, like AMC’s The Walking Dead or A&E’s Bates Motel.

You can watch at the Samurai Jack full episodes on a variety of streaming devices, including your mobile phones or tablets and your home computer. They frequently have special promotions on Roku and Apple TV, so click the links to find out more.

Read more at our Sling TV review to learn about channels and options.

The Sling TV Sling Orange package is also available with a special deal for T-Mobile customers. You can get 30% off the Best of Live TV. The pricing is good for up to one year and you can cancel at any time. It also works with the cell provider’s Binge On feature, so you can watch the Samurai Jack live stream without eating into your data plan.

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Watch Samurai Jack Streaming Live on PlayStation Vue

PlayStation Vue is a third option to consider to watch the Samurai Jack live stream without cable. While Vue is similar to the competition, there are some key differences as well.

Adult Swim is included in one of PlayStation Vue’s packages. Their basic plan starts at $29.99 in most markets. There are some markets offering live, local TV, and the cost in those areas is $39.99 per month.

You can read more about the PlayStation Vue channels and more in our review.

Vue is currently available on PS3/PS4, iOS and Android apps, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and Chromecast. There is no support for Apple TV at this time.

But users should be aware of the service’s mobile restrictions. Your account is tied to your home location, so even with a mobile app, you may not be able to stream Samurai Jack away from home.

 

Is Samurai Jack on Hulu?

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Hulu is one of the most popular on demand services available today. Currently it offers the complete 52 episode original catalog of Samurai Jack streaming. The new season may not show up after it airs, which is typical for Adult Swim content, like Rick and Morty, on the service. In the meantime, you can get caught up.

Hulu is great for a number of reasons. It offers a huge catalog of past and current TV shows and movies. And you can get it for $7.99 per month with limited commercials. There is also an ad-free version for $11.99.

Read more about the Hulu packages in our review.

Try Hulu FREE for 7 days to stream Samurai Jack full episodes online.

 

Is Samurai Jack on Amazon Prime?

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You won’t be able to watch Samurai Jack online free with Amazon Prime, but you can buy the newest season. You can purchase past seasons as well as the newest by the episode or in their entirety, even before all the episodes air. New Samurai Jack full episodes will usually be available the day after they air.

But subscribing to Amazon Prime offers far more than just free streaming video content. Many subscribers use it primarily for the free 2-day shipping on a massive number of products from the site. You also get streaming music and a huge movie collection.

Learn more about the service in our Amazon Prime review.

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Is Samurai Jack on Netflix

You cannot stream Samurai Jack on Netflix. Unfortunately, none of the series episodes are available on this highly popular streaming video service.

But if you want to consider Netflix for other reasons, we recommend you check out pricing at the Netflix website here. Or read our Netflix review.

We hope we’ve helped determine how to watch Samurai Jack online without cable. To learn about other favorite shows streaming without cable, check out our search function here. And, since streaming TV works best with a great internet connection, find the best deals for cord cutters in our ISP search tool here.

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