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Why leave your cozy home to go to the movies when you can get all the latest movies delivered right to your TV? When you subscribe to STARZ, you can skip the narrow rows and enjoy popcorn straight from your microwave for a fraction of the cost! New streaming services, known as “skinny bundles,” offer your favorite live TV channels –– including STARZ –– for personal streaming wherever you are. Keep reading to find out more information and pick up a few movie recs!

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

  Price Channels Free Trial  
$5.99 – $85.96 68 – 88 7 or 30 days

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$35 – $50 30+ – 130+ 3 days

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$25 60+ 7 days

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$64.99 – $79.99 220+ 7 days

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How to Watch STARZ Without Cable

You’re used to streaming movies online using Netflix and Amazon Prime, but they don’t have all the latest releases in their collections, which is why cable still has a bit of an edge over them, especially with channels like STARZ. But what if we told you STARZ and other movie channels are now available online? That’s exactly what a skinny bundle delivers: It gives you live TV channels that you can customize to your heart's content. Forget about being saddled with hundreds of channels you don’t ever watch; with a skinny bundle, less is more.

If STARZ is the channel you’re after, you can find it on these streaming services: DIRECTV STREAM, Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, Philo, fuboTV, and YouTube TV. Find out more about these streaming services below.

Stream STARZ with Hulu + Live TV

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Hulu + Live TV is another excellent option. Hulu has an impressive library that includes on-demand programming. You can watch “The Handmaid’s Tale” and STARZ all in one convenient place. Just know that the channel is available only as an add-on – typical for specific content. Check out our latest review of Hulu + Live TV to learn more

Stream STARZ with Sling TV

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Next on our list is Sling TV, a provider that gives you control and flexibility. Start with straightforward and customizable base packages with networks like STARZ so that your lineup reflects the content you watch. You can also record up to 50 hours of live TV for free, and there are no annual contracts or hidden fees. Discover more by reading our Sling TV review.

Stream STARZ with Philo

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Philo is probably the cheapest way to get a STARZ subscription. You can start with the flat rate of $25 per month that Philo charges for all its subscriptions and then add STARZ for just $9 per month. Read our Philo review or start the free trial.

Stream STARZ with fuboTV

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Who says sports and cinema can’t coexist? Just look at fuboTV: This ambitious provider used to offer only soccer content back in the day, but now it provides STARZ and other similar channels. Its prices are great and so are the perks. Visit our latest fuboTV review to learn more details.

YouTube TV

Last, we have YouTube TV, similar to the YouTube you’ve known for years, plus a whole collection of live TV channels. No cable box or contract is required; that’s the beauty of skinny bundles. Start your free trial today, or explore our YouTube TV review if you want to learn more.

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

Skinny bundles are great not just because they are cheaper or better reflect your interests, but also because you can take them with you on the go. You can stream your favorite channels on your phone or at your friend’s place. The following table shows you which devices can maximize your STARZ experience:

Roku Fire TV Apple TV Android TV Chromecast iOS Android Web
Hulu + Live TV Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Sling TV Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Philo Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
fuboTV Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
YouTube TV Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Most Popular Shows on STARZ

id you know that STARZ also carries some TV shows? That’s right. This unique network still has a few secrets up its sleeve. Here are some popular shows and movies on the network:

  • “Outlander”
  • “Venom: Let There Be Carnage”
  • “Ghostbusters: Afterlife”
  • “Spider-Man: Homecoming”
  • “P-Valley”

More to Stream for Fans of STARZ

STARZ has enough movies and shows to keep you busy for some time, but why not dip your toe in different waters? Remember, you’re paying for a skinny bundle, not a skinny show! Give some love to the other channels in your subscription, especially ones that have similar content as STARZ.

Lifetime has plenty of impressive movies like STARZ. It specializes in psychological thrillers and a little bit of horror. Titles like “Fugitive at 17” and “Flowers in the Attic” will have you on the edge of your seat. Like STARZ, Lifetime is home to quite a few TV shows, including the classic “Dance Moms.” Learn how to watch Lifetime without cable, and get the popcorn ready.

Then there’s REELZ, which shares more than just the caps lock with STARZ; it also offers a ton of long-form content, including documentaries about some of America’s most scandalous moments. From prominent political dynasties to famous criminals, REELZ will keep you very entertained. And yes, you can also watch REELZ without cable.

2 thoughts on “How to Watch STARZ Without Cable in 2023

  1. Lorena Stolsenberg says:

    Still not sure of the answer. I do not have cable or satellite TV. I have a standard antenna. Can I get STARS? I recently bought the Amazon Firestick but I am getting ‘buffering’. I started the 7 days free trial of STARS.

    1. Pete Taves says:

      If you’re getting buffering, then either your Internet Service Provider (ISP) has too slow a speed or your streaming device is using wifi as the input source instead of wired (either Ethernet or a MoCa network [Google it], the latter of which uses existing coax in your home to produce Ethernet speeds to any coax outlet in the home).

      If your Internet speed is slow (e.g., even on your computer when hooked up to your router w/Ethernet), try to get a faster plan from your ISP or switch to a better ISP (e.g., switch from DSL to Cable/Fiber Optic). You should try to have at least 8 Mb/second speed reliably to do streaming, but more is better (e.g., 15-25 Mb/second). If your household is using multiple devices on the same network at the same time, you’ll need more speed to start with coming into your home (e.g., probably at least 15-25 Mb/second, but more is better).

      If your internet speed is good enough, then check your home’s network/LAN speed. If using wifi, it may be too slow.

      If your model of Fire TV Stick allows an Ethernet adapter (sold separately by Amazon), you could hook it up via Ethernet to either your router or a MoCa adapter if wifi is too slow. If you’re using MoCa, you’ll need two MoCa adapters, one hooked to your ethernet adapter on the Fire stick, and one hooked to your router.

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