Watch Tangled The Series Online: Live Stream, Full Episodes, Free Streaming and More

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If you want to watch Tangled: The Series online without cable, you're in luck. Catch all the new adventures of Princess Rapunzel and Flynn Rider in this new Disney Channel animated series.

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After the original Disney Channel special, Tangled: Before Ever After, comes the all new show Tangled: The Series. Premiering on March 24 at 7:30 p.m. ET, the show tells the story of everything that happened between the original Tangled movie and Tangled: Before Ever After. If you want to be sure to watch Tangled: The Series online when it premiers, we have your guide.

Do you need to know how to watch the Tangled: The Series live stream on Disney without cable? Let’s take a look

Watch Tangled: The Series Live on DIRECTV NOW

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To watch Tangled: The Series full episodes you can use the new AT&T service DIRECTV NOW. This subscription service doesn’t require a satellite, just a reliable internet connection to stream programming live and on demand.

Disney is included in one of DIRECTV NOW’s packages, so we encourage you to click on the link to learn more. Their basic package starts at $35 per month for over 60 channels. There is sure to be a package that can allow you to watch Tangled: The Series streaming as well as your other favorites on Disney and a variety of other hard to find networks.

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

Our favorite feature is DIRECTV NOW’s grid-style TV guide. It is similar to the guides used by traditional cable providers, so it can be easier to transition to streaming television.

They do offer special deals on some streaming players for prepaid customers, so see if there is a promotion that works for you.

Watch Tangled: The Series online free by starting with a FREE 7-day trial of DIRECTV NOW.

 

Stream Tangled: The Series Live with Sling TV

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Another choice to stream Tangled: The Series is Sling TV. It offers many of the same benefits, and Disney is part of their Sling Orange package. To learn more about Sling TV channels, click the link for our review.

Sling Orange is only $20 per month. There is no contract so you can cancel at any time.

Sling TV works with most streaming players on the market. There are also special offers available, such as a free Roku or discounted Apple TV.

Or, if you’re a T-Mobile customer you can get the Best of Live TV for 30% off. Pricing is good for up to one year with this deal. It also works with their Binge On feature, so you can stream at home or on the go and not affect your data package.

Try Sling TV FREE for 7 days and watch Tangled: The Series online free.

 

Watch the Tangled: The Series Streaming on PlayStation Vue

We also need to mention PlayStation Vue for another option to cut the cord and watch Tangled: The Series live stream. Vue is similar to the other options we’ve discussed so far, but there are some differences as well.

Their base package starts as low as $29.99 per month, or $39.99 in markets with live local television access. Disney is in one of their packages, so check out our PlayStation Vue review to learn more and find out how to watch the Tangled: The Series full episodes online.

You can stream Vue on PS3/PS4 consoles, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and Chromecast. They also have iOS and Android apps. There is no Apple TV support at this time.

But new users should know that there are mobile restrictions on streaming content. Your account is tied to your home location, so even with the mobile apps, you may not be able to stream Tangled: The Series on the go.

 

Is Tangled The Series on Hulu?

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Unfortunately, Tangled: The Series is not available on Hulu to watch on demand. Though, there are other reasons to consider Hulu.

Hulu offers a huge library of past and current TV shows both from pay TV networks and broadcast channels. New episodes are usually available within a day or so of airing. You can read more about the benefits in our Hulu review.

Hulu costs $7.99 per month with limited commercials or $11.99 for a commercial-free version.

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Is Tangled The Series on Amazon Prime?

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If you do want an option to watch Tangled: The Series online and on demand, you can buy it on Amazon Instant Video even before the first episode airs. You won’t be able to watch Tangled: The Series online free with Amazon Prime, but you will own the show and can watch it whenever you want. New episodes are typically available the day after they air.

But Amazon Prime offers a lot of amazing benefits including its free video library. You also get access to free streaming music and free 2-day shipping on tons of items from the site. And all of this is at a very affordable price. Check out more info in our Amazon Prime review.

Prime is $99 per year or you can pay monthly for the complete membership or a discounted price for streaming video only.

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Is Tangled The Series on Netflix?

Since the show is brand new, you can’t stream Tangled: The Series on Netflix yet. But it is possible it will appear about a year after the premier date, so stay tuned to learn more.

And read more in our Netflix review or check out the Netflix site for pricing information.

That is everything we know about how to watch Tangled: The Series online without cable. If you want to search for more of your favorite shows, click here. And to learn about special deals on internet service providers for cord cutters, try our ISP search tool here.

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