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TeenNick is Nick all grown up. Well, not all grown up – maybe just a little bit grown up. Its programs target a slightly older demographic than the one that Nick's flagship network, Nickelodeon, has been so popular with for so long. TeenNick, like all of the networks in the Nick family, has long been a cable network. It isn't broadcast over the air, so you have to get a pay TV service in order to watch it. But if you still think that “pay TV service” is synonymous with “cable and satellite,” well, here's some big news: it's not. In this post, we're going to show you how to watch TeenNick without cable. We're talking about a real live stream of TeenNick, not just on-demand content or the little dose of shows you can get on Nick's website. This is real network television, shown live, exactly like you'd get with cable or satellite – only a whole lot cheaper. Here's how to watch TeenNick without cable.
Here are a few of our favorite ways to stream TeenNick:
We said that TeenNick was only available through pay TV services. So why are we here? What's the point of swapping out cable for another pay TV service?
Well, because not all pay TV services are created equal. Some are a whole lot better – and cheaper – than others. We're not talking about the old rivalry between cable and satellite, either – that's old news, and we'll leave the debate to those dinosaurs. We're talking about the new rivalry: legacy pay TV versus live TV streaming services.
Live TV streaming services are, of course, streaming services, and we know what that means because we already have a lot of famous streaming services, like Netflix, hanging around. But the “live TV” part is a big deal, because only in the past several years have services emerged to seriously challenge cable and satellite.
Streaming live TV means being able to watch shows and events in real time. It also means being able to watch them anywhere – on your big-screen TV, on your mobile device, or on just about any other device you can think of.
Live TV streaming services are sometimes called “skinny bundles,” because they often feature channel bundles that look positively trim next to the bloated and overpriced ones you see offered by cable and satellite companies. By trimming the fat, live TV streaming services keep costs lower for subscribers. Add in healthy competition (unlike with cable, there are no regional monopolies to worry about in the live TV streaming service market) and a lack of long-term contracts, and you have the recipe for a common-sense, affordable solution to the pay TV dilemma.
Not all of these services offer you the ability to watch TeenNick without cable. But we'll cover those that do below, and then we'll follow things up with a discussion of the different devices you can use to watch TeenNick without cable, plus a brief paragraph on watching TeenNick's sister channels.
Stream TeenNick for free with Philo
Philo is a live TV streaming service that is quickly making a name for itself on the mainstream market. Philo is catching plenty of attention thanks to its low prices. TeenNick is available through Philo (as is regular old Nickelodeon), so fans of Nick programming will want to give Philo a look. You can check out Philo risk-free by taking advantage of the service's free trial offer. For more on Philo, read our review.
Stream TeenNick for free with fuboTV
fuboTV is a live TV streaming service with a lot to offer — including TeenNick! Fans of TeenNick should consider this option, especially given the fact that fuboTV offers a risk-free free trial. You can check out that free trial by clicking the link in this section.
Stream TeenNick with Sling TV
Sling TV offers two base bundles. But what makes Sling TV really great are its “Extras,” which as small and low-priced add-on bundles that group similar channels together. Choosing your own Extras allows you to build a customized skinny bundle that caters to your specific tastes. To get your hands on TeenNick, just build a bundle that includes it! Read our Sling TV review to learn more or.
If you're looking to watch TeenNick online, no cable required, then you should give some serious thought to AT&T TV Now. This live TV streaming service offers different bundles at different price points. You can grab one that includes TeenNick and enjoy all of the TeenNick you want online. That's a great reason to kick cable to the curb.
Of course you can! Live TV streaming services would not be a good way to watch TeenNick without cable if they didn't allow you to watch your TeenNick live stream on your big screen.
Roku users will find apps for Philo, fuboTV, and Sling TV in Roku's Channel Store.
Philo, fuboTV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV Now each also offer apps for Fire TV devices.
Apple TV devices support Philo, fuboTV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV Now.
fuboTV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV Now play nice with Google's Chromecast devices.
Philo, fuboTV, and Sling TV work on Google's Android TV platform.
Philo, fuboTV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV Now each have apps for mobile devices, too, so you're free to watch on a smaller screen if you wish! Philo, fuboTV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV Now have apps for both iOS and Android devices.
Philo, fuboTV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV Now each also have in-browser apps for use on your desktop or laptop computer.
Sling TV even works on Xbox One!
TeenNick isn't the only channel in the Nick family. There's also the flagship network, Nickelodeon, and the baby brother, Nick Jr., plus NickToons.
For more on which services offer live streams of your favorite Nick networks, check out our posts on How to Watch Nickelodeon Without Cable and How to Watch Nick Jr. Without Cable.
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