The K-pop group BTS is performed on a special “MTV Unplugged” on Tuesday, February 23rd. If you missed it, the special is still available to watch on-demand. The special is titled “MTV Unplugged Presents: BTS,” and all seven members of BTS will offer fans a “front-row seat to never-before-seen versions of the group’s most career-defining hits and songs from their latest album BE (Essential Edition), in intimate settings.”
The Special Airs on MTV, but you don’t need cable to watch. You can even watch for free using the free trial link below.
- When MTV Unplugged Presents: BTS originally aired: Tuesday, February 23rd at 9 pm ET
- TV Network: MTV
- Best Way to Watch: The special is available On-Demand on Philo using this Free Trial
Best Way to Watch BTS on MTV Unplugged
Philo is the most affordable way to watch MTV Live online and provides a 1–week free trial so that you can watch MTV Unplugged Presents: BTS for free. Just make sure you cancel the subscription within the free trial period, and you will not be billed. Use the steps below to watch BTS Unplugged on your TV using Philo:
- Sign up for Philo using this Free Trial
- Download the Philo app to your supported device through your devices app or channel store. You can also watch Philo on the web. Supported devices include Fire TV, Chromecast, Apple TV, Roku, Safari and Chrome web browsers, Apple iPhone and iPad, Android phones and tablets.
- Open the Philo app and log in with your credentials from step 1
- Once logged into the app, navigate to “Search” in the menu, and search for “Unplugged”
- Selecting MTV’s Unplugged from “Shows” And the BTS Unplugged episode should be available on demand. If it isn’t look for upcoming showings and you can save the episode to record the show in your included Cloud DVR.
Philo is a live online TV streaming service that provides MTV, MTV2, MTV Classic, MTV Live, and 50+ other channels for $25/month. The service includes on-demand and a DVR so you can record MTV Unplugged Presents: BTS if you aren’t able to watch live. You can also use your Philo login credentials to unlock all the content available on the MTV streaming app.
You can check out a free trial and see if the service will meet your needs. Philo also includes a cloud DVR for you to record shows to watch later. For more information on this streaming service, see our review of Philo.
Other Ways to Watch MTV Unplugged
Other live TV streaming services carry MTV and provide a way to watch MTV Unplugged. I describe each below, but Sling TV, Vidgo, and FuboTV all have free trial links to provide a way to watch MTV Unplugged, for free in addition to Philo.
Sling TV: MTV is not in Sling’s base packages. However, you can get MTV through the Orange or the Blue package for $5 as part of its “Comedy Extra” add-on package. This would bring the total amount to $35/month. To find out more about what Sling TV has to offer, and more information about Sling TV device compatibility, check out this detailed review of Sling TV or check out this free trial.
Vidgo: MTV is a part of its Core package, along with over 60 other channels. New customers can sign up for the Core Plan for $55 per month. They do offer a 3-day free trial, which you can cancel within the first three days at no charge. We have the full details on features and device support in our guide to Vidgo’s live streaming service.
fuboTV: FuboTV offers over 90 channels, including MTV for $64.99/month. The FuboTV app is available on major platforms, including AppleTV, AndroidTV, Roku, and Amazon FireTV. You can sign up for a 1-week free trial or check out our review of FuboTV for more details.
AT&T’s TV: This service is another way you can watch MTV live. It is offered as part of their most affordable “Entertainment” package. At $69.99 per month, you get more than 60 channels. You can check out everything this service offers by reading our DIRECTV Stream review.
YouTube TV: The YouTube TV channel lineup includes MTV for $64.99 a month. Youtube TV supports Android, iOS, Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, and more. The YouTube TV app isn’t available on Roku. However, users can use YouTube TV through the YouTube app on Roku devices. Check our review of YouTube TV for more information.
TVision: TVision is a new live TV streaming service from T-Mobile. However, the service is currently only available to T-Mobile customers. TVision’s “Vibe” plan offers MTV and 30 other channels for just $10 per month. See our review of TVision or visit T-Mobile’s website for more information.
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