How to Watch Paramount Network Without Cable

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How to Stream Yellowstone Season 3

Paramount Network used to be a channel just known for movies, reality TV shows like Bar Rescue and Bellator MMA fights. 

But Paramount is emerging as a new home for prestige drama in the wake of producing Yellowstone starring Kevin Costner.

My top pick to watch Season 3 on Paramount Network is through Philo. The little-known streaming service carries 59 live TV channels, including CMT, HGTV, three Hallmark channels and OWN for $20 per month. 

You can sign up for a free 7-day trial of Philo in under a minute by using your mobile number. Then you can jump into streaming all the latest episodes of Yellowstone, or whatever else you want on a Roku, Fire TV, Fire Stick or Apple TV. 

When does Yellowstone Season 3 start?

Season 3 of Yellowstone debuts Sunday, June 21 on Paramount Network.

If you want to watch Yellowstone Season 1 and Season 2, it’s on Peacock TV, the new streaming service by NBCUniversal. 

Peacock officially launches in July. But if you’re a Comcast Internet subscriber with Flex, then you can watch Season 1 and Season 2 of Yellowstone for free.  

This guide will also show you how to watch Paramount Network without cable. I will cover all the ways to catch up on episodes of Yellowstone from Season 1 to Season 3.

YELLOWSTONE (TV SHOW, DRAMA)

Paramount Network TV Shows

Here is a quick look at the most popular shows now airing on Paramount Network. Some titles like Bar Rescue, Ink Master and Cops may be familiar to you from when Paramount Network was operating as Spike TV. 

  • Yellowstone
  • Ink Master
  • Lip Sync Battle 
  • Bar Rescue
  • Younger
  • Wife Swap
  • Bellator MMA
  • I AM
  • 68 Whiskey  
  • Coyote  

Watch Paramount Network Live Without Cable 

Not too long ago, you would have to rely on a cable or satellite TV provider — such as Comcast or DISH — to watch Paramount Network. But thanks to a wave of new streaming alternatives that carry live TV channels, that’s a thing of the past. 

Now these live TV services deliver networks like A&E, ESPN and even your local NBC station over the Internet, and at a much lower cost than a cable bundle or satellite TV package. 

Philo, fuboTV, Sling TV and Vidgo all carry Paramount Network. All four of these services have a free trial that lasts a week. So you can easily watch a few episodes of Yellowstone, Lip Sync Battle or a Bellator match for free. 

Just remember to cancel before the trial ends if you decide that the streaming service isn’t for you. 

All you need to start out is an Internet connection, and a streaming device. A Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Fire Stick or Apple TV will do the job. And if you’re paying something like $60 per month or more for Internet, I have a few solutions you can try. You can either find a new deal for Internet without a cable package, or negotiate a better rate with your current provider. 

Stream Yellowstone Season 3 on Philo

Philo is the best deal for most people in search of a way to watch Paramount Network when it airs new TV shows and subsequent episodes.

It’s also the best way to watch Season 3 of Yellowstone on demand without a cable subscription. Philo does not carry any sports networks or any locals. That’s how it keeps its monthly cost of $20 per month so low. Subscribers get unlimited Cloud DVR for recordings. And you get a huge library of on-demand shows and movies.

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The best way to watch Yellowstone Season 1 and Season 2 is through Philo.

You can live stream Paramount Network and 58 other channels from a Roku, Amazon Fire TV or Apple TV. Philo has apps for iPhone, iPads and Android smartphones when you’re on the go. 

And you can use your Philo subscription to activate more than 40 apps. So if you want to sign in to A&E, and catch up on an episode of 60 Days In, no problem. No cable TV provider needed. 

I have been been using Philo since late 2017. You can read my review of Philo, and easily cancel online if the service isn’t for you. Look over Philo’s channel lineup, or sign up for a free 7-day trial

If you want sports or local channels like NBC in your lineup, then here are some other options to consider. 

Sling TV: Watch Paramount Network Live

Sling TV has Paramount Network on its Blue channel bundle for $30 per month. 

If you’re a sports fan who wants to live stream Paramount Network during Bellator MMA fights, then the Sling Blue plan is the best option for you. Sling Blue carries 45+ channels, including NFL Network, FS1, FS2, Nat Geo Wild and Discovery. 

Subscribers now get 10 hours of Cloud DVR with any subscription for free. You can get 50 hours of recording space for $5 per month. Sling TV has apps on every major streaming device, so it’s pretty easy to start watching on your television. You can use a Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV (Fire Stick) and even Android TV devices such as NVIDIA Shield. 

Sling TV has a free 7-day trial for new customers. You can also get a free or discounted streaming device by signing up for a brief subscription. 

fubotv: Watch Yellowstone Season 3 on demand

fuboTV pulls together 100+ sports, entertainment, news and local channels such as NBC and FOX. 

You’ll also find regional sports networks (NBCSN) covering most of the U.S. For Red Sox fans, NESN is included if you live in the New England area. And Yankees fans in the New York region will get YES Network.

It’s the only live TV streaming service that carries a rotation of live sports and TV shows in 4K HDR.

Subscribers get 30 hours of Cloud DVR. But if you miss a game that you want to watch, fuboTV has its unique “look back” feature, which has sporting events that aired in the last 72 hours. 

You can also use a fuboTV subscription to activate up to 65 apps on a streaming device or a PC. That makes fuboTV another option for watching Yellowstone (Season 1 or Season 2) on demand through the Paramount Network app. 

A number of these apps offer a lot more to watch than just your channel lineup on fuboTV. On the FX Now app, you’ll find live streams for FX, FXX and FXM for the east and west coast. 

On the bein Sports Connect app, there are 8 live streams. 

A&E, Travel Channel, Food Network, Nat Geo Wild, SyFy and MTV are among the entertainment network in fubo’s basic package. Look over the channel lineup to see what local NBC, FOX or CBS stations are available along with regional sports networks. 

A subscription costs $54.99 per month. 

fuboTV has a great mobile app, but there are plenty of options to live stream Paramount Network and tap into its on-demand section for popular TV shows such as Yellowstone.

You can use a Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, stream to a PC or watch on an Android TV device. fuboTV has a free 7-day trial for new customers. 

Watch Paramount Network live on Vidgo 

Paramount Network is on Vidgo, which has 68+ live TV channels for $40 per month. 

This live TV streaming service operates on a pre-paid basis after a free trial. Vidgo carries A&E, ESPN, Discovery, Disney Channel and VH1. There are also standalone Latino channel bundles. 

You can look over the channel lineup before deciding whether its a good fit. Vidgo works on all major streaming devices, including Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV products. It also works on iPhones and Android smart phones. If you watch on a mobile phone, you can also 

You can try out Vidgo free for a week

Is Yellowstone on demand?

You can watch Season 1 and Season 2 of the TV show Yellowstone through Peacock, the new streaming service from NBCUniversal.  

Philo and fuboTV will have new episodes on-demand. They are also the only live TV streaming services that currently let you activate the Paramount Network app and unlock new episodes available to pay TV subscribers. 

Will there be a season 4 of Yellowstone?

Yellowstone was renewed for Season 4 before the third season began to air. The first season averaged 5.1 million total viewers, becoming the most-watched cable series for 2018. Producers of the show expect at least five or six seasons. 

Season 4 will air in 2021. 

Is Bellator MMA still on Paramount Network? 

Bellator MMA fights regularly air on Paramount Network. Under its old name, Spike TV, the network was home to Bellator MMA fights for five years. By 2018, Paramount Network was no longer the exclusive place to watch Bellator MMA. The streaming service DAZN (pronounced “Da-Zone”) agreed to a “nine-figure deal” for the rights to Bellator MMA fights. 

You can look over the schedule of MMA fights airing Paramount Network and DAZN weeks in advance on the Bellator site. DAZN has some details about its subscription service, which costs $19.99 per month. You can get a discounted rate of $8.33 per month if you pay $99 for an entire year up front.

What’s the best way to watch Paramount Network without cable? 

This was a lot to digest. I get it. So let’s quickly recap your options, and narrow down the field a bit. 

Philo is the best deal for watching Paramount Network without cable TV or satellite TV subscription. If you just want a way to watch Yellowstone Season 3 either live or on-demand, and don’t care about sports, this is the way to go. Philo gives you 59 live TV channels for $20 per month and unlimited Cloud DVR. 

Use a Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV or Android TV device to watch Paramount Network through Philo. The streaming service offers a free 7-day trial with no obligations. And you can sign up in under a minute with your mobile number. 

Sling TV’s Blue channel bundle costs $30 per month, and has a few sports networks such as FS1, and entertainment networks. There are about 47 channels total. Sling TV has a free trial. Get a free or discounted streaming device when you sign up for a brief subscription. 

fuboTV is a good option if you want a more robust lineup of cable TV channels. It has a huge selection of sports channels (but no ESPN), entertainment networks such as A&E and local NBC, FOX and CBS channels. 

Fubo’s basic subscription has 100+ channels, 30 hours of Cloud DVR, a “look back” feature and select live sporting events in 4K for $54.99 per month. 

Look over fuboTV’s channel lineup in your area, or start a free 7-day trial

So how are you going to watch Paramount Network without cable? What was your favorite episode of Yellowstone? Tell fellow readers in the comments below.

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2 Comments

  1. I tried to watch Yellowstone season one using the Philo app and the entire season wasn’t there. Just a few episodes. What’s up with that? Same thing with season 2

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