Ah, cooking shows. Who doesn’t love ’em? The latest exciting offering in this genre is reality competition series Smoked from Destination America, so get ready for a sizzling summer series all about barbecue! Three-time world barbecue champion Myron Mixon hosts, as each episode, two cooks with a personal history race against each other in a BBQ battle. Broken down into three challenges, this rowdy backyard cookout style series brings a new flavor to the world of cooking competitions. It premieres Wednesday, June 1 at 10 p.m. ET on Destination America. Prepare for someone to get SMOKED! Here’s our guide for how to watch Smoked online so you don’t have to worry about paying for cable!
Watch Smoked Online on PlayStation Vue
PlayStation Vue is a subscription streaming cable service that’s the perfect way to watch Smoked online since it offers Destination America live streaming in its packages. You can watch Smoked online right when it airs, streaming to your devices. Vue offers a high value for a low price with a series of packages; the basic package alone includes 55+ cable channels, starting at $29.99 a month. You can easily use Vue to watch Smoked online as well as many other shows.
Vue is available nationwide, but live streaming of local channels NBC, ABC, FOX, and CBS is only available in these 7 cities right now: Chicago, New York, Dallas, Miami, LA, San Francisco, and Philadelphia. You can still watch these local channels on-demand the next day on Vue, and all other channels are live streams, so you can watch Smoked streaming right as it airs. Note that Vue has limited mobile options and is meant for at-home use, not on-the-go streaming. Vue streams to the PS3/PS4, iPad, Amazon Fire TV devices, and Chromecast. It’s the perfect plan for cable-cutters who want to ditch their expensive cable packages, and some of their options include more than 100 cable channels. Read our complete Vue review before signing up to use Vue to watch Smoked online.
Other Legal Ways to Watch Smoked Online
We’ve rounded up plenty of other options besides Vue! If you don’t want to go for a subscription service that includes hundreds of other TV shows for a low price, you can also watch Smoked online through other sources. This is generally a worse value than a subscription service, because you pay more for less content, but it does allow you to own the content (in this case Smoked full episodes) for life.
- Amazon Instant Video: Watch Smoked streaming with Amazon Instant — new episodes will be available the day after each episode airs on TV. The cost is around $2-$3 per episode, with HD or SD options, and you can buy a season pass that will automatically load new episodes in your account as they air. We recommend the season pass as it’s a better overall value than buying episodes one-by-one.
- Vudu: You can watch Smoked online on Vudu also for about the same price, $2-$3 per episode. As with Amazon, we recommend Vudu’s season pass which is available for a lower total price.
- iTunes: The fallback option, iTunes, is always out there if you want to buy your Smoked full episodes from them. Episodes cost on the higher end of $2-$3.
Is Smoked on Netflix?
Is Smoked on Hulu?
Smoked isn’t currently on Hulu (review), but we’re keeping an eye out for it so we can update Smoked fans! Wondering where else you can watch Smoked online? Right now, this is the full round-up as far as live streaming. Streaming services like Sling TV are always adding new channels to their lineup, however. And with new live streaming services slated to launch in the next year, like VIDGO, Hulu’s live TV service, and more, your options as a TV-lover are expanding more and more! We’re watching to see whether any of these services carry Destination America and Smoked live stream when they launch.
In the meantime, check out our TV show search engine that will allow you to watch TV shows online without needing an expensive cable subscription! And use our ISP search tool to find the best Internet deals for cord cutters.