Disney XD is a lot of fun, but cable is a lot of money. That's why we're here to talk about how to watch Disney XD without cable. We have good news: It's possible to watch Disney XD online, no cable (or satellite) required. Below, we'll cover the affordable, legal, and user-friendly options that you have for streaming Disney XD live whenever you'd like (on whatever device you'd like to use). Cutting the cord is easier than ever, so don't let the cable companies fool you. Disney XD is no reason to keep cable because you don't need it to watch the service in the first place! Let's learn more.
How to Watch Disney XD Online Without Cable
Disney XD offers more of the Disney Channel content that kids love. Unfortunately, like Disney Channel itself, Disney XD is what we call a “network” TV channel. That's distinct from “broadcast” channels, which we can watch for free using an over-the-air antenna. Network TV channels are available only through pay TV’s “multichannel” services (which offer multiple live channels); this category includes cable and satellite services.
Fortunately, there are live TV streaming services (also called “skinny bundles”), which let you stream live TV over the internet. Many of these skinny bundles offer great solutions that address how to watch Disney XD without cable. Here are the ones you need to know about:
Can I Watch Disney XD on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or Chromecast?
Disney XD looks better on your big screen, so let's talk about how to watch it on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, Chromecast, iOS/Android, and the web browser that will let you stream on your favorite TV screen.
More to Watch for Disney XD Fans
With so many skinny bundles carrying Disney XD, and so many devices available to stream the channel on, you should have no trouble watching your favorite shows on the network without having to pay the cable company.
Oh, and did we mention that it’s also very easy to watch the Disney Channel without cable? Well, it is — and it’s easy to stream Nickelodeon and other great kids’ networks, too. Check out our guides for more information!