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Chip and Joanna Gaines began on “Fixer Upper,” and they have since created a home-improvement empire. Once known as DIY Network, Magnolia Network includes old and new favorites that continue to help homes improve and ideas flourish for DIYers everywhere. As a DIYer, you like to find ways to save and work on projects in your leisure time. That probably means that, like most of us, you aren’t a huge fan of cable. Cable requires cumbersome time commitments and pricey monthly fees, which is especially frustrating when you want to watch excellent network TV channels like Magnolia Network. Here’s the good news: We can show you how to watch Magnolia Network without cable.

Here are a few of our favorite ways to stream Magnolia Network:
  Price Channels Free Trial  
$69.99 - $82.99 85+ none Watch Now
$69.99 - $159.99 140+ 5 days Watch Now
$74.99 - $94.99 220+ 7 days Watch Now
$25 60+ 7 days Watch Now
$9.99 - $14.99 N/A Some providers

How to Watch Magnolia Network Online Without Cable

You can’t quite DIY your way to a Magnolia Network livestream, but you can get an efficient solution through a friendlier type of service than cable — all without much effort or elbow grease. Let’s build something great! Here are the instructions:

  • Review the skinny bundles our favorite live TV streaming services offer.
  • Save time and money with their slimmer-than-cable channel bundles and cheaper-than-cable prices.
  • Pick up where you left off on “Restored” or another favorite Magnolia Network show.

Not every live TV streaming service has Magnolia Network, but some of our favorites do. Check out the complete list below:

Can I Watch Magnolia Network on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or Chromecast?

The best place to watch home-improvement content is at home, so let’s talk TVs! Specifically, let’s talk about watching Magnolia Network without cable on your big screen using a popular streaming platform such as Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Android TV, iOS, Android, and your web browser.

Most Popular Shows on Magnolia Network

From watching Brett Waterman use modern preservation techniques to save classic homes in “Restored” to Mark Bowe and his team restoring barns with a touch of comedy in “Barnwood Builders,” Magnolia Network inspires both large and small projects. If you don’t know where to start, here are some top shows on Magnolia Network:

  • “Barnwood Builders”
  • “The Retro Plant Shop With Mikey and Jo”
  • “First Time Fixer”
  • “The Cabin Chronicles”
  • “Self Employed”

More to Stream for Fans of Magnolia Network

Many of the streaming services listed above include other channels that DIY fans like you may enjoy, so you’ll never run out of content to watch.

Take HGTV, for example. HGTV has great shows about home improvement and repair. It doesn’t get any more DIY than that! And who doesn’t enjoy fantasizing about more closet space or an open-layout kitchen? A skinny bundle subscription is definitely cheaper than renovating your home.

If home improvement and repair is a little too much for you, we recommend the Cooking Channel. From “FoodCrafters” to “Snackmasters,” you’ll pick up a few new tricks and watch in awe as stressed contestants race to finish their culinary creations. Think of it like going through your mom’s cookbook, but with double the fun!

12 thoughts on “How to Watch Magnolia Network Without Cable in 2024

  1. Abc says:

    Luke I’m pretty sure Hulu does not have DIY Network on live or on demand I could be wrong. Never had Hulu Live but that’s 1 of the stations I like and I wish YouTube TV could get.

    1. Stephen Lovely says:

      Thanks for pointing this out! You’re right, and we’ve updated the piece to fix the mistake.

    2. John says:

      Yes it’s in Hulu but you have pay additional charges. Shame

    3. Anonymous says:

      Hulu live most definitely has diy

    4. Brando says:

      Hulu live most definitely has diy

  2. Spike says:

    OK article, but you used like 100 words to incorrectly answer the most basic and important question, “how much does it cost to watch DIY on Sling?”

    Basic, because 25+5=30, and important, because I’m guessing most readers will end up on Sling, for a variety of reasons, not the least of which being brand recognition.

    1. Stephen Lovely says:

      Fixed — thanks for catching that!

  3. Kathy Reifschneider says:

    Is there any chance DIY will join You Tube streaming TV any time in the future?

    1. DEBORAH BJELKE says:

      I would love this too! Id switch from Hulu to You Tube streaming in a heartbeat!

  4. ThatCrazyTeacher says:

    You should recheck your math.
    Hulu + Live TV – with commercials – is $54.99
    Hulu + Live TV – no ads – is $60.99
    If you want to stream DIY (or many of the “off brand” networks) you need to add an “Entertainment package” add-on; prices start at $7.99

    Also important to note is that CBS programming is not available on Hulu without Live.

  5. E Ashton says:

    Hulu has diy but you only get it if you have cable provider.

  6. Ridiculous 14 says:

    I remember when the powers that be were selling cable tv back in the day to be commercial free w subscription! Ha my how things have changed!

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