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We all watched in awe as Mama June lost over 300 pounds on the hit show “From Not to Hot.” Keep the party going and rid your home of dead weight, starting with those cable cords. When you purchase a skinny bundle, you can enjoy all your favorite cable shows without a cable subscription — and, yes, that includes WE tv. Learn more about your streaming service options so you can start watching WE tv today.

Here are a few of our favorite ways to stream WE tv:
  Price Channels Free Trial  
$69.99 - $159.99 140+ 5 days Watch Now
$74.99 - $94.99 220+ 7 days Watch Now
$40 - $60 30+ - 130+ 3 days Watch Now
$25 60+ 7 days Watch Now

How to Watch WE tv Without Cable

A skinny bundle is a streaming service that lets you watch live TV channels online, similar to the way you watch series on Netflix. A skinny bundle gives you a slimmer channel list, but the channels in your lineup will actually reflect the content you’re interested in watching. No more needless channels you don’t care about! If you want to watch WE tv without cable, then you can use one of these streaming services:

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

One of the joys of streaming services is that you can take them anywhere. If you travel frequently but can’t miss the newest episode of “Brat Loves Judy,” then you’ll want to check which devices are compatible with the aforementioned providers. Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, Chromecast, iOS, Android, and your web browser are compatible devices to stream WE tv.

Most Popular Shows on WE tv

WE tv shines a spotlight on Black celebrities and personalities, but you can watch these shows all year long rather than just during Black History Month. If you’re new to the network and need some recs, then we’ve got you covered:

  • “Braxton Family Values”
  • “Beyond the Pole”
  • “Bridezillas”
  • “A House Divided”
  • “Commit or Quit”

More to Stream for Fans of WE tv

WE tv launched in 1997 as Romance Classics, and the network was exclusively a movie channel. It relaunched in 2001 with a focus on content for women before rebranding in 2014 with primarily lifestyle and entertainment content. You may not find another channel like WE tv, but check out these other options that come close.

A&E comes from the same mold that gave us WE tv. The network offers a wide range of TV shows, specifically tasteful dramas and documentaries. “Hoarders” takes you inside the homes of people who refuse to throw anything away — even if it threatens their lives and relationships. You can watch A&E without cable, so there’s no need to wait for your cable box to arrive to start watching!

If you come to WE tv for its strong reputation in Black women's media, then we highly recommend E! and its many female leads. You can watch reruns of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” and follow the famous sisters as they navigate their daily lives. Check out our guide to how to watch E! without cable.

7 thoughts on “How to Watch WE tv Without Cable in 2024

  1. Susan says:

    By time you are done “streaming” paying for our internet, you actually spend more after taxes and fees….think twice

  2. Lucinda says:

    Not true for me. I cut my bill by $100 per month by streaming. I have more control and more to watch. I love it! and would never go back.

  3. Fawn says:

    Any chance you’ll be adding Fox News?

    1. Roy says:

      google USTVGO

      has a bunch!

    2. jo says:

      Are you using a roku device? you can get News channels for free

  4. Ted says:

    I am still unclear from the explanation above. Is there a WE app (like you would have, say for eBay) in which to watch WE content without a service provider, knowing, of course, that you many not have access to the latest episodes of certain programs, e.g. 90-day Fiance? Or do you always have to have a TV provider, no matter the accessibility to WE’s content?

    1. Stephen Lovely says:

      You’ll have to have a “multichannel” service provider, yes. It doesn’t have to be cable, though, and some of the streaming alternatives are pretty cheap. So you can be a cord cutter and get a small bundle of streaming channels that includes WE tv, but you can’t get *just* WE tv on its own and nothing else. Hope that helps and thanks for reading!

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