How to Watch Nathan For You Online Without Cable

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Watch Nathan For You Online For Free

Nathan For You returns on Comedy Central this week with “all new business strategies” designed to make you cringe.  

Nathan Fielder has established his own brand of comedy with now-infamous skits like “Summit Ice Apparel” and “Dumb Starbucks”.

“Nathan is willing to let things get more excruciatingly awkward than most people have a tolerance for,” Seth Rogen told Rolling Stone in an interview published last week.

If you’re just now coming to Nathan For You, the premise is simple. Fielder, a Canadian comic and real-life business school grad, offers absurd solutions to already flailing businesses. Viewers both laugh and cringe in horror at the solutions he proposes.

There are a couple of options out there to live stream Season 4. This quick guide outlines how you watch new episodes of Nathan For You online, or live stream episodes to your TV using a Roku or other popular streaming device.

In case you missed it, Comedy Central had an hour-long special last week, celebrating Fielder’s return by following up with a few of the small businesses that he “helped” with his savvy marketing strategies.

In season four, Nathan helps a computer repair shop earn its customers’ trust by hiring a fully asexual staff. He devises a plan to sell hot chili at a hockey arena by hiding it under his clothing. There is also an attempt to get around international tariff laws by re-branding smoke alarms as musical instruments. With his unorthodox approach to problem solving, Nathan’s genuine efforts to do good often draw the real people he encounters into an experience far beyond what they signed up for.

Watch Nathan For You Online

Channel: Comedy Central

Season Premiere: Thursday, Sept. 28, 10 p.m. ET

Best Way to Watch: DirecTV Now: (using free 7-day trial)

To catch the new season of Nathan For You, you’re going to need a way to get Comedy Central as a “pay-TV” subscriber.

Comedy Central is only on a couple of live streaming platforms. But the good news is that you can watch the first episode for free. If you want to watch the whole season as it airs, there are a couple of options out there that are inexpensive compared to cable.

DirecTV Now: Live stream Nathan For You without cable

DirecTV Now has Comedy Central in all four channel bundles that it offers to subscribers. The entry-level subscription gives you 60+ channels for $35 per month. ESPN, ESPN2, Spike and USA Network are among the other live channels you can get through the “Live a Little” bundle.

DirecTV Now lets you live stream shows on your iPhone, or Android smartphone outside of your home. You can just as easily watch shows online using your PC, or on your TV through your Roku. DirecTV Now has an app for just about every streaming device out there.

A DirecTV Now subscription allows you to sign in to the Comedy Central app, giving you on-demand access to the latest shows. The app also gives you complete access to the complete first, second and third seasons right now. DirecTV Now has app authentication for about 53 networks. The only thing missing from DirecTV Now is Cloud DVR, which is currently in limited beta testing.

You can tap into a free 7-day trial to watch Comedy Central, and check out DirecTV Now’s other offerings. If you don’t want to keep the service, just be sure to cancel online before your trial ends.

Watch Season 4 of Nathan For You live on Sling TV

A Sling TV subscription – either the Orange or Blue channel bundle – can give you a live stream of Nathan For You.

A Sling Orange subscription gives you 29 channels like ESPN, AMC, A&E and Viceland  for $20 per month. Sling Blue gets you 45 channels for $25 per month. The Blue channel lineup gives you FX, FS1, FS2, NBCSN, National Geographic and Nat Geo Wild.

Sling TV can be watched online from your PC, or live streamed from a Roku, or Amazon Fire TV. Sling TV offers a 7-day trial for free, so you can watch the first episode of Nathan For You for free. Just be sure to cancel before the end of your trial if you don’t want to continue with the service.

Sling TV offers Cloud DVR giving you the ability to watch shows whenever you want. For an extra $5 per month, you’ll get 50 hours of Cloud DVR space.

If you’re going to subscribe to Sling TV for a little while, you might want to consider prepaying.

You can get a free Roku Streaming Stick or a Winegard Flatwave indoor antenna just by prepaying for two months of Sling TV.

Prepay for three months and you will get a Roku Premiere+ for $50 or an AirTV Player and Adapter Bundle for the same price. Sling TV is also offering what they call “The Ultimate Cord Cutter Bundle”, which includes the AirTV Player, Adapter bundle and Winegard antenna for $70.

The AirTV Player is a 4K media player specifically designed to stream Sling TV and integrate a menu of local over-the-air (OTA) channels from your antenna.

Where can I buy Season 4 of Nathan For You?

Season four episodes of Nathan For You will also be available for download on iTunes, Amazon Video and VUDU.  

What’s the best way to watch Nathan For You online?

DirecTV Now gives you the most access to Nathan For You. You get new episodes of Season 4 as they air on Comedy Central. A DirecTV Now subscription lets you use your subscription to sign in to the Comedy Central app. The app gives you full access to Season 1 through Season 3 of Nathan For You.

You can stream Nathan For You on your smartphone or at home using a Roku or other streaming device.

If you’ve never tried out DirecTV Now, try it out with a free 7-day trial. Just cancel online before the trial ends if you don’t like it.

If you’re in the market for a new streaming device, prepay for Sling TV to get a deal on a new streaming device or antenna. Sling TV also offers a free 7-day trial.

Want to learn more about watching TV without cable? Check out Cord Cutting 2017: the definitive guide

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