The latest Hallmark movie, A Second Chance at Love, premieres on Saturday, March 26, at 8:00 p.m. ET, on the Hallmark Channel. The film reunites ER stars Eriq La Salle and Gloria Reuben for the first time since the medical drama, who star as the divorced parents of Alicia (Alvina August). Alicia interjects in her parents’ new love lives through a blind date dating app as a way to avoid the issues she is facing in her own marriage to Arnold (Jarod Joseph). Read on for more on how to watch A Second Chance at Love without cable.
How to Watch A Second Chance at Love
The good news is you don’t need an expensive cable TV package to watch Hallmark Channel’s movies like A Second Chance at Love. You can watch the new film for just $6.99 per month after a 7-day free trial on Frndly TV.
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Frndly TV is the most affordable way to watch Hallmark Channel’s movies. The live TV streaming service provides Hallmark Channel, Hallmark Movies and Mysteries, and other channels like Game Show Network, QVC, and The Weather Channel. A subscription to Frndly TV starts at $6.99 per month. However, I find their $8.99 per month “Classic Plan” is the best value as it includes the following:
- Over 20 of Channels Live TV & On-Demand
- HD Video Quality
- Watch on 2 Screens at a Time
- Unlimited DVR recordings. You can keep recordings for 3 Months
- Supported on Apple TV, Roku, Roku TVs, Amazon Fire TV or Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Chromecast, Android and iOS mobile devices, and most major web browsers
Other Ways To Stream A Second Chance at Love
We cover all these streaming services in the articles on How To Stream Hallmark Channel and How To Watch Hallmark Movies & Mysteries without Cable. However, in brief, here are some alternatives to Frndly TV that carry both of these channels in their channel lineup. They are:
- Philo: Philo’s Live TV Channels include The Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries in their lineup for $25. You can check out their service through this 1-week free trial. Learn more in our review of Philo.
- Vidgo: This streaming service includes Hallmark Channel in its Core package and over 60 different channels. New customers can sign up for the Core Plan for $69.99 per month. See our review of Vidgo for more details.
- Sling TV: Both channels are part of their “Lifestyles Extra” add-on package for an additional $6 per month on top of Sling TV’s $40 per month base package price. See our Sling TV review for details. You can sign up for your 3-day free trial.
- FuboTV: fuboTV costs $74.99 after a 1-week free trial and provides Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. See our review of fuboTV for details.