Set 100 years after a nuclear war almost wiped out the human race, The 100 is a television show from the CW network that focuses on the remaining 2,400 survivors that have been forced to live on space stations orbiting the Earth. 100 teens are decided to be expendable and are sent back to Earth to determine if it is livable. Once they’re home, they discover that there actually were some survivors (called Grounders) who never left. The 100 tells their story as they struggle to navigate their new world and form a community. Critics have overall been pretty high on The 100, and it seems like ratings are constantly improving, so lots of fans are trying to watch The 100 online. Here’s what you’ll need to do to watch without cable.
Watch The 100 Online with Hulu
Hulu is going to be your best bet for staying current and watching The 100 online. Hulu has the five newest The 100 episodes available at all times as a part of their regular package. If you’re not familiar with Hulu, you can read our review of it here. When you subscribe to Hulu, you get a huge library of thousands of current and past hit television shows. Hulu can be streamed on almost any tablet or cell phone, and is just under $12 a month for the totally ad-free version (or under $8 a month if you’re willing to watch a few ads). Right now, Hulu has a promotion running where new customers can try the service out for 7 days completely free which will allow you to watch The 100 online free for seven days. If you don’t like it, cancel, and you pay nothing.
The CW Newtork App Has The 100 Streaming
The CW app is available on many cell phones and tablets and offers select episodes of The 100 streaming for free. Many networks app still require a login from a cable TV provider to view the free episodes, but not CW. Anyone can just download the app and start watching The 100 (plus other great shows).
The 100 Live Stream is Available As It Airs With A Digital Antenna
One of the cheapest long term ways to watch The 100 live stream is with a digital television antenna and DVR. A digital antenna works just like the old TV antennas meaning there’s no monthly fee at all – you just purchase the antenna, and you have free HD programming for life. Of course, you won’t get cable shows this way, but you will get to watch ABC, NBC, CW, Fox, and more depending on where you live. And since The 100 airs on CW, you’ll be able to watch episodes as they air. If you’re shopping for a HD antenna, our recommendation is the Mohu Leaf. It’s got the widest range of just about any HD antenna available (meaning you can pick up more content), is as thin as a sheet of paper, and can be mounted almost anywhere. And you can even pair your antenna with an over-the-air DVR (we recommend the Tablo) which works just like the DVR from your expensive cable company, letting you record, pause, and rewind live TV.
The 100 Full Episodes Can Be Found on Netflix
If you want to watch The 100 online just to see what it’s about, Netflix has the first two seasons available now. Unfortunately, it may take a while for new seasons to show up. Beyond The 100 though, Netflix is one of the most popular streaming subscription services in the United States, thanks to its huge library of shows and movies. For under $10 a month, customers can get unlimited HD streaming on almost any device, anywhere.
Watch The 100 Online Any Time When You Purchase Episodes
It’s not the most value-friendly way, but there’s always the option of purchasing single episodes of The 100 through Amazon Prime, Vudu, or iTunes. Remember though, that while you do own these episodes for life, they usually cost about $2 to $4 each. So if you buy just two or three episodes, you’ve already paid what you would have for an entire month of streaming through another service.
The 100 is currently in its third season, and it’s been renewed for a fourth, so there’s still plenty of time to catch up. Be sure to use our online search tool to find out how you can watch almost any TV show or sporting event online and without a cable subscription.
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