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Watch TNT Live and On-Demand by Streaming Online

So many services these days offer a TNT live stream that cable is no longer needed to watch TNT live. The extremely frugal can even stream live TNT free for a time by just juggling the services free trial.

Whether you are looking to catch the latest season of Animal Kingdom, or you want to watch live NBA games airing on TNT, this article will answer all your questions when it comes to streaming TNT online.

Services That Stream TNT Online

The days of needing a cable subscription to watch the TNT network are long gone. Below are all the services that currently stream TNT live.

Watch TNT on Hulu

Personally, use Hulu to watch live TNT online. Previously Hulu was known for their vast on-demand streaming library. However, they also offer Hulu Live TV service for $44.99 a month that includes live TNT Streaming along with most top channels typically found on cable. Hulu Live TV also includes the following features:

  • The basic package comes with 50 hours of cloud DVR storage. (Upgrades available)
  • Watch on 2 screens at once. (Upgrades available)
  • Comes with 6 customizable profiles
  • Includes entire Hulu On-Demand streaming library

Not only will you be able to watch TNT live, but the included Hulu on-demand service will allow you to stream past seasons of hit TNT shows such as Claws, Good Behavior, and more.

With Hulu live TV you can watch TNT on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Chromecast, and more. See our review of Hulu for more information.

Check out their free trial here.

Stream TNT on Sling TV

A more price-conscious alternative is Sling. TNT is a part of both “orange” and “blue” package, each costing $25 a month. Sling TV provides a live stream of TNT so you are able to watch exactly what would be airing on TNT just as if you had cable. Some episodes of its shows are available on demand, as well.

Sling TV is available on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast and more, so it’s not a problem to enjoy TNT on a TV, tablet, computer, or other smart devices.  There are more channels than I’ve mentioned available on Sling TV than what I’ve mentioned here. 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.

The review includes information on a Sling TV free trial and ways to get discounted (and free) streaming devices so be sure to check it out.

Sign up for a free trial to Sling TV!

Watch TNT on FuboTV

FuboTV is a streaming service that provides access to quite a few pay-TV channels. You can watch the channels like TNT live as they would air on cable TV and you can record programs on their cloud DVR. They stream TNT online as well as over 80 other channels as part of their base package.

All this is included with the base package. You can test out the service with this 1-week free trial. After the trial, it’s $54.99 per month. There is no commitment so you can cancel at any time. The service supports Roku, Chromecast, Fire TV, Apple TV, and more. Check out our full review of FuboTV for more information.

TNT on PlayStation Vue

PlayStation Vue is a great way to get a ton of TV channels without needing a cable provider. Vue’s entry package costs $44.99 per month and delivers over 50 channels over the internet.

These are channels you would typically see as part of a cable package like Freeform, Discovery, and of course TNT. While you may assume that Vue is only available on PlayStation, that isn’t the case. Vue is also available on Amazon Fire TV and other streaming devices. See our review of PlayStation Vue for more details on what channels are available and device support.

TNT Streaming on DirectTV Now

AT&T’s Direct TV Now service is one way you can watch TNT. The service is priced at $50 per month. You can check out everything this service offers by taking advantage of their 7-day free trial or read about it in our DirecTV Now review.

TNT on YouTubeTV

YouTubeTV also offers live TNT streaming, as well as limitless storage space for recording your shows. Your library of recorded shows can be streamed anywhere. In addition to the TNT network, and numerous other channels, YouTube TV includes a Personal Cloud DVR and YouTube Red original series. All this costs subscribers just $49.99 a month for six accounts. See our YouTube TV review for more details.

Watching TNT on Roku, Fire TV, and Other Devices

Yes! Watching TNT on Roku or other TV connected devices is possible using any of the previously mentioned services. You simply have to download the specific app service on to the device you would like to watch. For example, if you signed up for Hulu Live TV, then simply install the Hulu app onto your Roku or other device and TNT will be available through the app.

The device support will be different for each service, so I recommend checking out our review of the service you are considering for information on what is supported. Most service support Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, iOS and android devices.

Stream TNT On-Demand

Many of the services mentioned above will also offer TNT shows On-Demand. Hulu is the best of the service for TNT on-demand due to it’s included Hulu On-Demand library. This feature which offers more past episodes of shows on TNT and other networks.

Unfortunately the TNT app requires a login from a cable provider. Unlike most other network apps, the TNT app does not accept credentials from streaming services even if that service carries the TNT network.

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