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You don't have to be a rocket scientist to figure out that cable is overpriced. But that doesn't mean that you don't still crave live network television channels. Take Science Channel, for instance: its programs about nature, technology, and other areas of the wide world of science are fantastic. It's just that we don't want to pay through the nose for cable – which is why we're here today to show you how to watch Science Channel without cable.
Here are a few of our favorite ways to stream Science:
See, cable isn't your only option for watching Science Channel live. And we're not talking about satellite, either: we're talking about a relatively new type of service that will give you a Science Channel live stream on the cheap. Read on, and we'll explain!
Let's get the bad news out of the way first: we're not going to show you how to watch Science Channel free, because there's no way to do that. You need a pay TV service to watch Science Channel, and – for now, at least – there's just no legal way around that fact.
But here's the good news: we can show you how to watch Science Channel without cable. We're going to introduce you to some services that make Science Channel live streams available for a whole lot less cash than the cable and satellite companies charge. They're called “skinny bundles.”
So what is a skinny bundle? The short version is that skinny bundles are like cable, only they stream live network television to you over the internet instead of delivering it with the same old cable infrastructure that the cable companies use. Skinny bundles also like to pare down their channel bundles so that you get cost-effective access to the channels you crave most without having to overpay for the stuff that you don't watch. And you can channels like Sundance Channel on devices you can't use with many cable services, including smartphones and streaming boxes.
Not every skinny bundle service solves the problem of how to watch Science Channel without cable, but many do. Here are the services we trust that can hook you up with a Science Channel live stream.
Stream Science Channel for free with Philo
If your main goal is saving money, then you're going to be very pleased with Philo. Philo's mission is to make skinny bundles as affordable as possible. To that end, Philo skips out on some skinny bundle staples like live sports and local TV channels, opting instead to save the cash and offer lower subscription prices. It doesn't skimp out on Science Channel, though! Check out Philo by signing up for the service's free trial using the link in this section.
Stream Science Channel for free with Hulu
Hulu + Live TV is the live TV streaming service from on-demand streaming company Hulu. It's a worthy skinny bundle effort, and its great channel selection includes Science Channel. To sign up for Hulu + Live TV's free trial offer, just click the link in this section.
Stream Science Channel for free with fuboTV
fuboTV's lineup of live network television channels is pretty impressive, and Science Channel fans will be pleased to see their favorite network in the mix. fuboTV's free trial is a great way to watch Science Channel for free (for a while, anyway). Sign up for fuboTV's free trial offer via the link in this section.
Stream Science Channel with Sling TV
Sling TV is innovative even by the standards of live TV streaming services. While most other skinny bundles rely on a tiered pricing structure, Sling TV allows its subscribers to customize their live TV bundles by adding small bundles called “Extras” to larger base bundles. This makes it easy to build affordable bundles that include hard-to-find channels like Science Channel.
AT&T TV Now is a live TV streaming service with multiple bundles available. Depending on which one you choose, you'll pay a different monthly price and get different channels. Choose wisely, Science Channel fans, and you'll enjoy a live stream of Science Channel — no cable required. AT&T TV Now offers a free trial of some bundles to new customers
You don't just want to know how to watch Science Channel without cable online – you want to know how to watch Science Channel without cable on your TV, right? Well, good news: you can use the services above to watch a Science Channel live stream on your TV – as well as on your smartphone, tablet, and computer, among other devices.
Philo, Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, and Sling TV all have apps for Roku devices.
Philo, Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV Now work great on Fire TV devices.
Philo, Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV Now have apps for Apple TV devices.
Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV Now work well with Chromecast devices.
Android TV users will rely on Philo, Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, and Sling TV.
If you want to stream Science Channel on the go, we can help you there, too. Philo, Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV Now each have apps for iOS devices. That covers your iPhones and iPads, but what about your Android devices? No problem: Philo, Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV Now have apps for Android, too.
Desktop and laptop computers are options, too, of course. Philo, Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV Now each have in-browser apps that work with major browsers like Chrome.
You can even watch Science Channel online using your video game console: Hulu + Live TV and Sling TV work on Xbox One video game consoles, while Hulu + Live TV offers an app for PlayStation Vue.
If it sounds like there are a lot of different answers to the question of how to watch Science Channel without cable, it's because there really are! It's easier than ever to get a Science Channel live stream on just about any streaming device that you want to use. So read back over your list of options, decide which one sounds best, and test your hypothesis by signing up for a free trial offer! There's no risk, and you'll be watching Science Channel online without cable on your favorite streaming device in no time at all.
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