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We're not playing games: we're here to show you how to watch Game Show Network without cable. If you love game shows but don't like cable, you'll want to read on and find out how to watch GSN without cable on your Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, or just about any other device you can think of. We'll cover the legal services that you need to know about, and we'll list out the specific ones that you can use to access a GSN live stream and watch GSN online, no cable required. We'll meet our contestants in just a moment, so stay tuned and read on!

Here are a few of our favorite ways to stream GSN:

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How to Watch GSN Online Without Cable

If you want to watch GSN without cable, you'll still need a pay TV service. But the good news is that pay TV services come in different types, and a relatively new one has opened the door to an affordable and cord-cutting-friendly way to get a GSN live stream.

We're talking about the “skinny bundle,” a new form of multichannel service that offers much of the same stuff that cable does while keeping things cord cutter-friendly and cost-effective.

Here's how it works. Instead of being delivered via traditional cable infrastructure, skinny bundles use the internet to stream live content. Think of them like Netflix, only for live TV. And they're also slimmer and more cost-effective than cable: they don't take advantage of regional monopolies to push bulky bundles, and instead opt for their eponymous “skinny” bundles, which give you just the good stuff for a whole lot less cash. Plus, skinny bundles make it easy to watch the content you want to watch almost anywhere and on almost any device.

In other words, skinny bundle are like cable – only cheaper and better. Not every skinny bundle will serve as a solution to the dilemma of how to watch GSN without cable, but there are a few that fit the bill. Let's check them out, shall we?

Stream GSN for free with Philo

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Skinny bundles are affordable by nature, but there's still something special about Philo's commitment to low prices. By cutting out local channels and sports — both usually skinny bundle staples — Philo has created a specific type of skinny bundle that offers everything but those two things for a whole lot less money. You can use Philo to watch GSN without cable at a very low price! And, speaking of cheap, you can't beat Philo's starting price: they'll get things rolling with a week of free service if you click on the link below. See our full review of Philo here.

Stream GSN for free with FuboTV

Free Trial

fuboTV offers lots of great TV networks. A GSN live stream is among the perks you'll get if you sign up for this live TV streaming service. You can also snag a free trial offer and check out fuboTV for free for a week. See our fuboTV review to learn more.

Stream GSN with Sling TV

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Skinny bundles are a great idea, because they get rid of the dumb channels you don't want and let you pay only for what you actually want to watch — at least, that's how it works in theory. But what if your channel is one of the ones a skinny bundle cuts? Sling TV has a unique solution to that dilemma: They let you build your own skinny bundle.

You still start with a base package. But once that's in your shopping cart, you can stack on add-on bundles called “Extras,” which make little groups of like-minded channels available on the cheap. That allows each subscriber to built out a customized bundle that puts the emphasis where they want it, minimizing the cost of channels they don't watch.

Check out our Sling TV review to learn more, or just start building a bundle that includes GSN.

AT&T TV Now

AT&T TV Now is a live TV streaming service with a variety of bundles on offer. Some of those bundles include GSN, which makes AT&T TV Now a good way to watch GSN without cable. AT&T TV Now offers a free trial on some of its bundles, so you can test things out for yourself before you commit.

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

So now we know how to watch GSN without cable. But we haven't paid too much attention yet to another burning question: can you watch GSN without cable on your regular TV?

The answer, fortunately, is yes. You can use popular streaming devices and platforms like Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and Chromecast to get your GSN live stream up onto your TV's screen.

Philo, fuboTV, and Sling TV all work on Roku devices.

Philo, fuboTV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV Now all have apps for Fire TV devices.

Apple TV users can choose between Philo, fuboTV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV Now.

Chromecast devices work well with fuboTV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV Now.

Philo, fuboTV, and  Sling TV have great apps for Android TV devices.

That's not to say we have a beef with small screens. If you want to watch GSN without cable on your phone, you'll be happy to learn that Philo, fuboTV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV Now each have apps for iOS and Android mobile devices.

Your desktop or laptop computer will make a fine streaming device, too, of course. You can use a computer to watch GSN online by taking advantage of the desktop and/or in-browser apps available from Philo, fuboTV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV Now.

Sling TV even has an app for Xbox One, so you can combine your game shows with your video games!

In short, the game is up for cable. If you want to watch GSN live without cable, it's never been easier – just scroll back up and click some links to sign up for some free trials! You'll have a GSN live stream in no time at all.

5 thoughts on “How to Watch GSN Without Cable

  1. Avatar Jim McHie says:

    fubo does not appear to currently have GSN as an option.

    1. Avatar Suzie Que says:

      Actually, they do. It’s an entertainment add-on with other channels and costs an additional $5.99/month.

  2. Avatar Deborah K Mohr says:

    I would like to watch Flea Maket Flip. I have a Fire -TV, Fubo, ATT-now and Hulu are the two apps I have put on but I do not see it listed

  3. Avatar J. Janel says:

    Is there a way to watch GSN on Roku? (I have Xfinity acnt)
    Thanks

    1. Avatar Stephen Lovely says:

      If you want to subscribe to a new service, the ones on this list will do. If you already have a pay TV service, try the “GSN Now” Roku Channel — you should be able to log in and watch shows and clips. To get a full live feed of the network, though, you’ll need either cable/satellite or one of the services on our list above. Hope this helps and thanks for reading!

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