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TV Land is a must-have channel for fans of TV past and present. It blends classic TV shows with newer offerings, giving you all of the best of decades' worth of TV. But there's one thing that's been pretty awful about TV for a while now: cable bills. The big cable companies have had a monopoly for so long that they feel entitled to jack up the price of your pay TV subscription whenever they feel like it, and that's not fair. Here's the good news: when it comes to giving you only the good parts of TV, TV Land really delivers. See, you don't actually need a “legacy pay- TV service” like cable or satellite to watch TV Land, and we're about to show you how to watch TV Land without cable.

Here are a few of our favorite ways to stream TV Land:

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$69.99 – $139.99 65+ None

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$25 60+ 7 days

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$64.99 – $33.00 220+ 7 days

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$35 – $50 30+ – 130+ 3 days

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How to Watch TV Land Online Without Cable

Below, you'll find a complete list of the services that we trust to help you watch TV Land without cable right now. They all have one thing in common: they're all live TV streaming services, also called “skinny bundles.”

A live TV streaming service, happily enough, is exactly what it sounds like! The result is a selection of live TV streaming services that offer multiple network channels, just like cable. And since these services stream over the internet, you can use them to watch live TV on all sorts of different devices, from smartphones to streaming sticks (which will let you watch TV Land without cable on your big screen).

Not every live TV streaming service offers a TV Land livestream, but some of our favorites do. Let's go over your best options.

Stream TV Land for free with Philo

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TV Land is available through Philo, and that's good news for TV Land fans who want an affordable way to watch TV Land without cable. And when we say affordable, we mean really, really affordable: Philo's bundles are quite cheap compared to those offered by the competition. You can try out Philo for a week risk-free by signing up for its free trial. You can also take a look at our Philo review.

Stream TV Land for free with fuboTV

Free Trial

Live TV streaming service fuboTV is a popular option for watching TV without cable, and it's a great way to stream TV Land online. Among the channels offered by this service is a TV Land livestream, so just sign up and tune in! You can try fuboTV out for free by signing up for the service's free trial offer using the link on this page.

Stream TV Land with Sling TV

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Skinny bundles are a great way to save money — unless your favorite channel is among the ones being trimmed out to cut costs! Not all of us watch the same stuff, so it makes sense that Sling TV decided to leave the trimming up to their customers. With Sling TV, you're the one who decides what's in (and what's out of) your new skinny bundle. You start with a base package and then add on “extras,” which are mini-bundles of channels grouped together by type. You can choose whether or not to add on bundles for things like sports, news, and comedy. This makes Sling TV a great way to watch TV Land without cable — just build a bundle that includes the network! Check out our Sling TV review to learn more.

DIRECTV Stream

DIRECTV Stream is AT&T's live TV streaming service, and it's a strong option if you want to watch TV Land without cable. DIRECTV Stream's channel bundles each include TV Land.

YouTube TV

YouTube TV has a comprehensive lineup of channels for streamers. In fact, it’s so comprehensive that it now includes TV Land! YouTube TV also offers a free trial, which means you can try it without commitment as part of your journey to watch TV Land without cable. Our YouTube TV review has more information.

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

We’re a long way away from the days when every show aired in black and white. You’ll find some of those shows still airing on TV Land, of course, but nowadays, color TV is the standard, although some shows and movies still go colorless for artistic reasons. The point is, the way we watch TV has evolved tremendously, especially over the last decade or so. You can watch TV Land on your television set at home, but you can also watch it on tons of other devices. Check out the chart below to see every way you can watch TV Land without cable.

Roku Fire TV Apple TV Android TV Chromecast iOS Android Web/
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DIRECTV Stream
Philo
fuboTV
Sling TV
Youtube TV

Watch What You Want, TV Land Fans!

TV Land is the place to be when you’re craving a nostalgia fix. It’s a bit like “WandaVision,” minus the Marvel connection and/or emotional devastation. But seriously, “WandaVision’s” first (and likely only) season is both a tribute to classic TV sitcoms and an important chapter in the Marvel universe. It’s a good show if you’re a fan of both watching TV Land and watching superpowered people in snazzy costumes. Disney Plus has a lot more Marvel content coming, including shows like “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” and “Loki.” If you haven’t checked out Disney Plus yet, head to our Disney+ hub to get started.

24 thoughts on “How to Watch TV Land Without Cable

  1. Terra says:

    All these streaming services are just like cable companies… there is NO DIFFERENCE!!! They offer a small package/bundle which never includes all the channels or shows you watch. Then lets say you want to add 5 other channels. They have packages/bundles that include them, but they are usually not in the same bundle so you end up having to add 3, 4 or 5 additional bundles/packages so then you are spending the same or more than cable. Then if you want DVR for live channels you have to buy DVR cloud service for an additional price. No matter what you do it is a rip off. They are ALL the same.

    1. Matt Shulman says:

      Terra, there is one major difference. With a cable company, you often need to rent a cable box. Plus there are other fees on top of it. With streaming, you get more options. YouTube TV for example is $40/month with unlimited DVR. No single streaming option will have every single channel, so if you really want to save, the key is to eliminate what you don’t have to have.

      1. Mike says:

        Its $50 a month now. They keep raising prices, making it as bad as cable with less channels.
        No Paramount TV or TV land, Comedy Central, Nick…Sad.
        These are in most base cable packages

    2. Jerry says:

      Even if what you said was totally accurate, which it’s not, I would rather pay upwards of 80.00-100.00 a month less for a streaming service over cable

      1. Mike says:

        Well, you like wasting money then, as you can get many more, and more complete selection of channels from cable for that much

        1. Donna Rinaldi says:

          I agree with Jerry…I am paying much less and it really depends on what you consider “more”. I received many more channels from cable but watched very few. I have more quality program from how I am obtaining my services for much less…I am saving over 13.00 per month.

          1. Donna Rinaldi says:

            That should say 130.00 per month, not 13.00…

  2. Jim says:

    The one primary difference I see is not having to commit to a year or two. You make a one-time purchase for a streaming device. I agree with Terra, these skinny bundles are fine, but there is always something missing. While many have TCM, INSP is pretty hard to find. It seems really crazy to pay for the UP channel as an add-on, all by itself. I am stuck with cable until cord cutting makes better sense. Funny, TV Land is not in HD on my cable. Do they have an HD option?

    1. Liz says:

      Check out Philo. All channels you want except the TCM, TBS group. And Frndly is even cheaper

      1. Anonymous says:

        you can get tbs and tnt free with an app tv tap pro

  3. Fran says:

    I have sling tv. I am suppose to get over 70 channels. Just now looked and am only get 25. So I am paying a dollar a channel. Guess it’s time to cancel sling. Cost way to much to start it up. Paid 2 months in advance. Had to change my email address. So they used my old and new email. So I was charged twice. Even told them. Sorry no refunds. Glad I caught it. 55 dollars a month is a little to much. Good bye sling.

    1. Mike says:

      Sling is junk, duplicate channels if you get both blue & orange bundles.
      Addons are crazy expensive.
      Totally Out For Me

  4. Susan says:

    TV Land is on Pluto
    http://pluto.tv/live-tv/tv-land-drama

    1. Susan says:

      Or this one:

      http://pluto.tv/live-tv/tv-land-sitcoms

      1. tbear says:

        Not the live version that is on cable

      2. Laura Griffith says:

        Be glad you still have TV land . I lost all Viacom channels and the bill went up 20 percent to boot!

      3. Laura Griffith says:

        The shows are different than the ones on cable .I have Pluto.

  5. Joe says:

    I have a Roku and want TV Land on Roku, but you only mention SLING, and PHILO. Which both charge.

    Respond back asap.

    1. linda duttlinger says:

      How do I find it on Roku? I can’t locate it

  6. Anonymous says:

    tvland is comming to youtube tv this summer

    1. Stuck in the 70s says:

      Hallelujah! 😁

    2. Yvonne Dennis says:

      Thank you honey haha for putting TV Land on YouTube. I love TV Land. Made great original sitcoms. When my kids were young it was the only Channel we watched back in the 90s.

  7. Anne P says:

    If it were on Hulu Live I would be a happy camper!

    1. Anonymous says:

      Hulu charges money but provides no service. I spent hours with their “helpers” all for no service— they are good at charging for nothing

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