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We’re not playing games — we’re going to show you how to watch Game Show Network without cable. If you love game shows but you don’t like cable, you may want to read on to find out how to watch Game Show Network (GSN) without cable on your Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, or nearly any other streaming device. We’ll cover the reliable, affordable, and completely legal streaming services you can use to watch GSN online, with no cable required. We’ll meet our contestants in just a moment, so stay tuned!
Here are a few of our favorite ways to stream GSN:
If you want to watch GSN without cable, you’ll still need a pay TV service. The good news is pay TV services come in different flavors, and a relatively new one has opened the door to an affordable and cord-cutting-friendly way to get a GSN livestream.
Live TV streaming services — multichannel services that offer much of the same stuff cable does while keeping things cost effective — use the internet to stream live content instead of being delivered via traditional cable infrastructure. They’re often slimmer and cheaper than cable, which is why they’re sometimes called “skinny bundles.” These services also make it easy to watch the content you want almost anywhere and on almost any device.
In other words, live TV streaming services are like cable, only cheaper and better. Not every skinny bundle is a solution to the dilemma of how to watch GSN without cable, but there are a few that fit the bill.
Stream GSN with DIRECTV Stream
DIRECTV Stream subscriptions come with a very impressive channel selection, so it's a great way to watch GSN without cable. If the service sounds familiar, you may know it by one of its previous names: AT&T TV and DIRECTV NOW.
Stream GSN for free with Philo
Skinny bundles are affordable by nature, but there’s something special about Philo’s commitment to low prices. By cutting out local channels and sports — both skinny-bundle staples — Philo has created a specific streaming service that offers everything except those two things for a lot less money. You can use Philo to watch GSN without cable at a very low price. For more, check out our full review of Philo.
Stream GSN for free with FuboTV
fuboTV offers lots of great TV networks, including Game Show Network. We were impressed by the service in our fuboTV review, so check that out for our opinion — or try the service yourself by signing up for its free trial.
Stream GSN with Sling TV
Skinny bundles are great because they get rid of the channels you don’t want and let you pay only for what you actually watch — at least in theory. But what if your favorite channel is one of the ones a skinny bundle cuts out? Sling TV has a unique solution to that dilemma: It lets you build your own skinny bundle.
You start with a base package, and then you can stack on add-on bundles called “extras,” which make little groups of like-minded channels available on the cheap. That allows you to build a customized bundle that puts the emphasis where you want it and minimizes the cost of channels you don’t watch.
Check out our Sling TV review to learn more, or just start building a bundle that includes GSN.
Now you know how to watch GSN without cable, but you have another burning question: Can you watch GSN without cable on your TV? The answer is yes. You can use popular streaming devices and platforms such as Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and Chromecast to get your GSN livestream onto your TV. This chart will give you the details.
If you watch GSN, you’re likely a fan of game shows such as “The Price Is Right.” But did you know you can also watch new episodes of “The Price Is Right” without cable? In some ways, it’s easier than watching GSN without cable because “The Price Is Right” airs on CBS, which you can pick up with an antenna. CBS is also available on streaming services. Either way, fans of the classic show should come on down to our article on watching “The Price Is Right” without cable.
fubo does not appear to currently have GSN as an option.
Actually, they do. It’s an entertainment add-on with other channels and costs an additional $5.99/month.
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Is there a way to watch GSN on Roku? (I have Xfinity acnt)
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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