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Cord cutting isn't about saving money by living with less. It's about saving money by living with more: more on-demand content, a more convenient entertainment experience, and more intelligent ways to find great shows and movies to watch next. For fans of live TV programming like the shows you'll find on TNT, though, giving up cable or satellite can feel like losing a lot. Live TV has a certain appeal that no amount of on-demand content can match. Fortunately, live TV is something that the cord cutting world can match, because there are plenty of streaming services that emulate the cable model without emulating its absurd price point. That means that fans of live network TV – including fans of TNT's dramas and other programs – can watch all of their favorites without cable. In our ongoing “How to watch” series, we help you narrow down your live TV streaming options to the ones that have your favorite networks. This time around, we're focused on TNT. Here's how to watch TNT without cable.

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

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

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$54.99 – $86.96 100+ 7 days

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$30 – $70 50+ 3 days

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How to Watch TNT Online Without Cable

So what are these live TV services that make it so much easier to cut out cable or satellite? They're called skinny bundles, and they're the Netflix of live TV. They stream over the internet just like users of streaming video on demand (SVOD) services like Netflix and Hulu are used to, only the content they're streaming is live network television from channels like TNT. Users can channel surf and even, in some cases, DVR content – just as they can with cable. But the subscription packages trim out some of the less popular channels to create a slimmer package (hence the “skinny bundle” moniker). Combine this with the fact that there aren't infrastructure requirements creating regional monopolies as there are with cable, and you get a much more affordable live TV subscription deal. No wonder, then, that these services are proliferating – and that even the legacy pay TV giants are starting to found skinny bundles of their own.

Not every skinny bundle includes TNT in its service, but some of them do. We've done the legwork for you, and you will find all of the major skinny bundles that offer TNT below. Read on!

Stream TNT for free with Hulu

Free Trial

Hulu has long been a household name among cord cutters thanks to its streaming video on demand service, which competes with the likes of Netflix, Amazon, and HBO. Hulu's live TV service isn't as old as its on-demand service, but it's a strong entry into the skinny bundle fray. Hulu + Live TV is a solid service that will give you a whole lot of great channels, and one of those channels is TNT. For more on Hulu + Live TV, check out our review of the service.

Stream TNT for free with FuboTV

Free Trial

fuboTV, a skinny bundle that offers a wide range of channels and claims a particular appeal to sports fans (especially soccer fans), is a great way to get your hands on a TNT live stream. fuboTV offers a lot of great perks, including a TNT live stream. To sign up for fuboTV's free trial offer, click the link in this section. You can also read our fuboTV review to learn more about the service.

Stream TNT with Sling TV

Try It

Sling TV offers subscribers the chance to customize their skinny bundle experience. After choosing a base package, users can snag “Extras,” which are add-on bundles of channels in like categories. This à la carte model is a little different from how most of the competition works. The customizable setup makes it easy to build a bundle that includes all of your favorite channels — like TNT, for instance! To learn more about Sling TV, take a look at our review.

AT&T TV Now

AT&T's take on the skinny bundle offers a lot of great stuff, including a TNT live stream. Feel free to check out our full review of the service.

YouTube TV

YouTube TV is a great option for watching TNT without cable. Google's live TV streaming service is full of excellent channels, and it works on a wide variety of different streaming platforms and devices. It also offers a free trial.

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

Can you watch TNT on your favorite streaming devices? You can indeed! The skinny bundles listed above each feature really great platform support.

Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, AT&T TV Now, and YouTube TV each work on Roku.

Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, AT&T TV Now, and YouTube TV all support Fire TV, too.

Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, AT&T TV Now, and YouTube TV work on Apple TV.

Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, AT&T TV Now, and YouTube TV are options for Chromecast users.

Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV support Android TV.

Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, AT&T TV Now, and YouTube TV offer apps for mobile devices, including Android and iOS.

You can watch Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, AT&T TV Now, and YouTube TV on your computer, too.

Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV work on Xbox One video game consoles. Hulu + Live TV works on PlayStation 4 consoles.

In short, as long as you have a fairly mainstream streaming device, you should be alright! You'll be able to choose any of the services above that you desire.

2 thoughts on “How to Watch TNT Without Cable

  1. Avatar Theresa says:

    Thank you for getting the information out to everyone… It is a shame that these big cable providers are charging low income and retired people so much of their little income… Great work…

  2. Avatar linda says:

    We went to streaming because our bill from Direct TV was always different sometimes it would go up by $90.00, you have call to question the bill to get an adjustment which is good but you can not just trust them

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