How to Watch Paw Patrol Without Cable


Where to Watch Paw Patrol: Streaming Guide

Being able to watch Paw Patrol isn’t that tough if you’re ready to cut the cord from cable TV.

This guide is a quick primer on how to watch Season 1 through Season 7 through a streaming service.

Nick Jr. and Nickelodeon are the two channels where you will find full episodes of Paw Patrol. 

Philo is currently the best deal for streaming all seasons of Paw Patrol without a cable TV subscription. 

Subscribers can live stream 60+ TV channels such as Nick Jr., Nickelodeon, HGTV, A&E and all three Hallmark Channels for $20 per month.

There’s unlimited Cloud DVR for recordings. And there’s a huge on-demand library of movies and TV shows. 

Philo currently has Season 1 through Season 7 of Paw Patrol on-demand. There are also key channels for kids and toddlers such as Nicktoons, Nickelodeon, Teennick and Discovery Family.

Philo subscribers can use a Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV device and even iPads or Android tablets to start watching television. 

You can look over Philo’s channel lineup, or sign up for a free 7-day trial in less than a minute. 

But Philo is not your only choice for streaming the adventures of Ryder and his crew of rescue dogs. 

How to Watch Paw Patrol

There are two advantages to using a streaming service for watching Paw Patrol compared to cable. 

Streaming services have no contracts, so you can just sign up for a month, or even cancel before a free trial ends. If you use a streaming service long term, it’s much cheaper than a cable TV subscription.  

You just need an internet connection and a Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast or Android TV device to start watching on your TV. 

You can pick up a free trial from Philo, Sling TV or fuboTV to watch Paw Patrol live on Nick Jr.

Sling Blue: Watch Nick Jr. Without Cable

The Sling Blue bundle has 45+ channels for $30 per month. Subscribers can stream on up to three screens at once. AMC, Bravo, CNN, FX, Nick Jr., NFL Network and Travel Channel are part of Sling TV’s Blue channel bundle

Local NBC and FOX stations are also available in some markets. Sling TV includes 10 hours of Cloud DVR if you want to record TV shows or movies. You can upgrade to 50 hours of Cloud DVR for $5 per month. 

There are a number of add-on channel bundles too. The Kids Extra bundle costs $5 per month and includes Nicktoons, TeenNick, Boomerang, BabyTV and DuckTV. You can look over Sling TV’s channel bundles at its website. 

Sling TV works on every major streaming device including Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and Android TV devices. You can sign up for a free 7-day trial

New customers can also get a free streaming device or other hardware by prepaying for a brief subscription. There is no obligation to keep the service after that. 

fuboTV: Stream Paw Patrol live

fuboTV is a full-on replacement for cable with 100+ channels. 

For kids channels, there’s Disney Channel, Disney Jr., Nickelodeon, and Nick Jr. 

There’s a huge variety of sports up for grabs on ESPN, ESPN2 and NFL Network. There are local ABC, CBS, NBC and FOX stations in most parts of the country. A&E, History, HGTV and Hallmark channels are included in the basic fubo bundle. 

You can record full episodes of TV shows or movies with 30 hours of Cloud DVR. fubo also has a robust library of on-demand movies and TV shows. Subscribers can activate more than 40 TV Everywhere apps, including the Nick app. 

fuboTV works on Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, Chromecast, Xbox One, iPads, iPhone and Android smartphones. 

A subscription costs $64.99 per month. You can look over the channel lineup to see what local and regional sports networks are in your area. 

New subscribers can sign up for a free 7-day trial. So you can watch Paw Patrol and a bunch of other shows on Nick Jr. free for a week. Just be sure to cancel before the trial ends if you don’t want to get billed. 

Is Paw Patrol on Amazon Prime? 

Paw Patrol is not included in an Amazon Prime subscription. But you can add a subscription to Noggin for $5.99 per month through Amazon Channels. 

If you’re already paying for Amazon Prime, adding a Noggin subscription is a cheap way to get full access to Paw Patrol.

Noggin will appear within your Amazon Prime app. Much like with other streaming services, there is no contract or long term commitment. 

Is Paw Patrol free on YouTube? 

Paw Patrol does have an official YouTube channel with lots of short video clips, but you won’t find full episodes for free. Instead, YouTube will sell you access to a full episode or season. 

Is Paw Patrol on Netflix?

No, you won’t find Paw Patrol on Netflix or Hulu. Nick Jr. and Nickelodeon have old and newer episodes on TV. The other option is to subscribe to the streaming service Noggin. 

What’s the best way to watch Paw Patrol without cable?

Right now, I think Philo is the best deal for watching Paw Patrol without cable. For $20 per month, you’re able to live stream Nick Jr., and about 60 other channels such as AMC, A&E and HGTV. 

Philo has an on-demand library of kids shows such though channels such as Nick Jr., Discover Family, Nicktoons, Nickelodeon, Teennick. 

The other advantage with Philo is that there are dozens more channels for adults, including A&E, all three Hallmark channels, HGTV, History and Investigation Discovery.

Look over the channel lineup to help decide where you want to get Paw Patrol episodes. Philo has a free 7-day trial that you can sign up for in less than a minute. 

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