Sundance TV offers some of the best movie content on cable – but you don't actually need cable to watch it. Thanks to a relatively new type of streaming service, it's easy to learn how to watch Sundance TV without cable! We'll lay out everything that you need to know below. We'll explain what this new type of streaming service is and why it's better than cable. We'll talk about which specific streaming services can connect you with a Sundance TV live stream. And we'll tell you how to watch Sundance TV online on whatever devices you choose — not just your desktop of laptop computer, but your TV and your smartphone, too! So read on: here's how to watch Sundance TV without cable.How to Watch Sundance TV Online Without CableThere's nothing wrong with pay TV. It's cable and satellite that we have a beef with: they're overpriced, bloated, and just plain bad. So while it's sad to part with great pay TV content, we at Cordcutting.com just can't stomach the idea of paying for cable.Thankfully, it's easier than ever to cut the cord — and we have pay TV to thank!See, cable and satellite aren't the only pay TV services you can sign up for. These days, there's a new type of pay TV service around: the skinny bundle.What's a skinny bundle? We've answered that question in depth before, but let's recap.A skinny bundle is a live TV streaming service. It puts live network television channels online, just like Netflix does with movies and TV shows. You can watch skinny bundles on a ton of different devices, and you'll find that they offer great features at low prices. Part of the reason for those prices is the skinny bundle market's tendency to slim down those bloated cable bundles and create great no-filler live TV bundles that you can get for less. That's where the “skinny bundle” name comes from!Some bundles are too skinny to help us solve the problem of how to watch Sundance TV without cable. But others have kept Sundance TV in their slimmed-down lineups, which means that we can watch Sundance TV online! Here are the services that you can use to watch Sundance TV online without cable.PhiloPhilo is designed with affordability in mind. This unique skinny bundle, which is still relatively new on the mainstream, deliberately skips out on skinny bundle staples like live sports and local television. That's because those types of content drive up skinny bundle prices. Philo exists to serve the people who don't need those types of content and who would prefer not to pay for them. If you want movies, reality shows, and other non-sports content, you'll be very happy to see how affordable they are with Philo. The service's two bundles cost just $16 and $20, respectively, and either of them will do a great job of solving the problem of how to watch Sundance TV without cable. Try either bundle out and enjoy a Sundance TV live stream for free during the free trial period, which you can access by clicking on the link below.Try Philo for freeSling TVSkinny bundles are a great way to get popular channels on the cheap. But what if your favorite channel isn't a monster network like ESPN? As you may have noticed, this could mean that your channel is relegated to the higher tiers of some skinny bundle pricing systems, forcing you to pay for channels you don't want in order to get the channels that you do. That's not ideal – in fact, it's almost cable-like!Sling TV is designed to fix that problem. After you grab an affordable base bundle (Sling Orange is $25 per month, Sling Blue is $25 per month, and both together will cost you $40 per month), you'll be able to customize your skinny bundle by adding small samplings of channels in the form of “Extras.” Just grab “Hollywood Extra” ($5 per month), adding it to either base package (or to both base packages), in order to watch Sundance TV online using Sling TV.Try Sling TV for freefuboTVfuboTV offers two base bundles and a wealth of add-on bundles. You'll find Sundance TV in either of those two base bundles, so you can choose between “fubo,” which costs $44.99 per month, and “fubo Extra,” which includes additional channels and costs $49.99 per month. The two bundles are both available at discounts for your first month of subscription, and fuboTV also offers a great free trial period that will let you watch Sundance TV online (along with a whole bunch of other good stuff) for free for a week before you decide if it's something you want to pay for. You can sign up for fuboTV's free trial offer by clicking on the link below.Try fuboTV for freePlayStation VuePlayStation Vue is Sony's skinny bundle option. It gives subscribers a choice of several different channel bundles at a range of different size and price points. Larger bundles are, of course, pricier, and each larger bundle includes all of the channels that its smaller counterparts have (and then some). Sundance TV is available in the Core package ($49.99 per month) and up. You can test out PlayStation Vue by taking advantage of the service's free trial offer, which you can sign up for using the link below.Try PlayStation Vue for freeYouTube TVYouTube TV is an excellent answer to the question of how to watch Sundance TV without cable. YouTube TV costs $40 per month for a nice selection of channels. We praised this service in our YouTube TV review, and it's well work looking at for people who want to know how to watch Sundance TV without cable. You can check the service out for free by taking advantage of its free trial offer (just click the link below to sign up for that).Try YouTube TV for freeDirecTV NowDirecTV Now is a skinny bundle that is owned by AT&T (AT&T also owns DirecTV, which is where DirecTV Now's brand identity comes from). DirecTV Now offers a few different bundle options, some of which are decidedly more skinny than others. Service is available in tiers, witch each pricier bundle containing all of the channels that its smaller counterparts do, plus some new arrivals. You'll see Sundance TV for the first time in DirecTV Now's “Just Right” bundle, which, at $55 per month, is its second-cheapest. We gave this skinny bundle high marks in our DirecTV Now review, and you can see how you like it for yourself by signing up for the service's free trial offer. To snag that free trial, just click on the link below.Try DirecTV Now for freeCan I watch Sundance TV on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or Chromecast?Now we know how to watch Sundance TV without cable – but do we know how to watch Sundance TV without cable on our big-screen TVs?We do! The services above may be designed to help you watch Sundance TV online, but that doesn't mean that you need a desktop or laptop computer to get your independent film fix. These services work well on many other devices besides computers, including some that will help you put your Sundance TV live stream up on your favorite TV screen.Philo, Sling TV, fuboTV, PlayStation Vue, YouTube TV, and DirecTV Now have apps for Roku devices.Philo, Sling TV, fuboTV, PlayStation Vue, and DirecTV Now have apps for Fire TV devices.Philo, Sling TV, fuboTV, PlayStation Vue, YouTube TV, and DirecTV Now work great on Apple TV.Sling TV, fuboTV, PlayStation Vue, YouTube TV, and DirecTV Now play nice with Chromecast devices.Sling TV, fuboTV, PlayStation Vue, and YouTube TV are good choices for Android TV users.Mobile devices are covered, too. Philo, Sling TV, fuboTV, PlayStation Vue, YouTube TV, and DirecTV Now have apps for iOS devices. Sling TV, fuboTV, PlayStation Vue, YouTube TV, and DirecTV Now have apps for Android devices, too. (You can watch Philo on Android by using the in-browser app on Chrome's Android app).Of course, you can use a computer if you want to: Philo, Sling TV, fuboTV, PlayStation Vue, YouTube TV, and DirecTV Now each have in-browser apps (Sling TV also has a desktop app for Windows).Sling TV and YouTube TV even work on Xbox One, while PlayStation Vue works on modern PlayStation consoles.In other words, these services can help you watch Sundance TV without cable on almost any streaming device you can think of. So why not grab a few free trials and start watching Sundance TV online?