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If you love Hollywood gossip, scandals, and news, then you need REELZ. But nobody needs cable — their overpriced bundles have driven many of us to cut the cord entirely. Here's the good news: You can watch REELZ without cable. Thanks to multichannel streaming services, it has never been easier to get your hands on live TV without cable. Below, we'll explain everything about what these services are, how they work, and how to watch REELZ without cable.

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

  Price Channels Free Trial  
$69.99 – $139.99 65+ None

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$35 – $50 30+ – 130+ 3 days

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How to Watch Reelz Online Without Cable

REELZ is one of cable's best options for keeping up with celebrity scandals and gossip, as well as the rest of Hollywood's most fascinating goings-on. But you don't actually need cable for REELZ's dose of the good, the bad, and the juicy.

We're talking about streaming services that feature “skinny bundles.” Skinny bundles earned their nickname by taking cable's bulky channel packages and slimming them down into a more affordable bundle that makes it more cost-effective to watch live TV.

The real reason skinny bundles are so revolutionary is that they allow you to stream live TV online. Since these services are delivered over the internet, there are no regional monopolies to worry about. Plus, you can watch your content on a ton of different devices in a ton of different places. It's never been easier to watch REELZ live online without cable! Here are the skinny bundles you can use to do just that.

Stream REELZ with DIRECTV Stream

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REELZ is available through DIRECTV Stream, a service you may know by one of its former names: DIRECTV NOW, AT&T TV NOW, and AT&T TV. No matter its name, it's a strong streaming service with multiple channel bundles. Even better, every one of DIRECTV Stream's packages includes REELZ.

Stream Reelz with Sling TV

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A lot of skinny bundles organize their content in a pretty basic and familiar way: they offer you a choice of different packages you can subscribe to directly. The pricier ones have more channels, and you don't always get to decide which channels are in which packages. There are often some add-ons, but they're usually limited to things like premium channels — it's the “base packages” that are the main attraction.

Not so with Sling TV. There are base packages, sure, but just two. Combining the two takes you to about the point where most skinny bundles start their base packages. But Sling TV doesn’t stop there. You can choose from the many add-on bundles and open up a lot of possibilities. Sling TV's numerous add-ons, called “Extras,” allow subscribers to build out a more customized skinny bundle. This means Sling TV is great for getting niche channels — like REELZ — without having to climb the price ladder in a more typical skinny bundle pricing structure. Our Sling TV review can tell you more.

Building a bundle that includes REELZ is easy. Click the link in this section to get started.

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

For big-time movies and celebrity scandals, you're going to want a big screen. That means that it's not enough for us to show you how to watch REELZ without cable — we need to also show you how to watch REELZ online using platforms and devices like Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and Chromecast. Many of which will let you put that REELZ livestream up on your favorite TV where it belongs. Of course, TV isn’t your only way to watch REELZ; you can take it with you when you’re on the go as well. The chart below will tell you more.

Roku Fire TV Apple TV Android TV Chromecast iOS Android Web browser
DIRECTV Stream Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes
Sling TV Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

More to Watch for REELZ Fans

REELZ is a good way to learn about current names in the news (like Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan Markle) and what you might not have known about figures from the past (like Freddie Mercury and Grace Kelly). But now that you know how to stream REELZ without cable, why not check out a similar channel?

We’re talking about the E! Network, and yes, the “e” stands for “entertainment.” It’s got reality shows, entertainment news, and a lot more. If that sounds good, click on over to our guide to watching E! without cable.

7 thoughts on “How to Watch REELZ Without Cable

  1. Sandra Barnwell says:

    Getting ready to cut the cord on my expensive Spectrum account. I have decided to do my TV viewing on the Amazon Firestick, but haven’t decided which package to subscribe, in order to get local channels live. This website has been a wonderful help in answering questions that I have been unable to find anywhere else. Thank you for your wonderful insight.

    1. Stephen Lovely says:

      Thanks for reading!

  2. Bridget L Sipes says:

    Are there any plans to add REELZ to HuLu live TV? Thank Bridget

    1. BBagwell says:

      I’ve subscribed to Reelz through Roku on Hulu but it does not have updated shows. It’s a waste of money! I’m ready to just use Amazon Fire Stick. Hulu keeps going up in charges, can only use it on one ISP address. At least Netflix you can take it with you. HULU is just ripping people off, increase charges with no notification at all. Time for a change.

      1. Anonymous says:

        Same on amazon it only has a library of old reelz shows

  3. Carolyn says:

    Well we have the firestick, roku, and the smart box. You only need the internet not cable. You get a better deal if you go with the company that you have for your mobile carrier. Ours is about 60.00 including tx.

  4. Denise says:

    I would think at this point Reelz would want to make their current shows more accessible to all those who choose not to have cable (there are a lot). I’m very disappointed that the seasons I can see are 1,2,3,4 of anything!

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