Basketball Wives: Orlando is the latest spinoff of the popular VH1 reality series Basketball Wives, which follows the lives of the partners of players in the professional basketball industry. This time around, the ladies are living life in Orlando. The cast of the new series includes Ashley Snell, Danielle Miller, Lyndzie Marble, Mackenzie Hyatt, Mehgan James, Morgan Bledsoe, Mulan Hernandez, Nique Brown, and Nikki Nicole.
The group is a mix of young, resilient, and ambitious socialites, entrepreneurs, entertainers, and philanthropists looking to make a name for themselves. The show is a compelling look into their lavish lifestyles and follows their emotional triumphs and challenges from rivalry, love, and life in the spotlight.
Basketball Wives: Orlando airs on VH1, but it can be watched live using any streaming service that carries the cable network, with the most affordable being Philo. Philo will run you just $25 a month after a free trial. Other options include Hulu Live TV, Sling TV, fuboTV, YouTube TV, Vidgo, and DIRECTV STREAM.
- When does Basketball Wives: Orlando Air: New episodes of Basketball Wives: Orlando air on Mondays at 10:00 p.m. ET
- What Network: Basketball Wives: Orlando airs on VH1.
- Best Way to Watch Live: You can watch Basketball Wives: Orlando on Philo (Free Trial).
Where to Watch Basketball Wives: Orlando
Basketball Wives: Orlando airs on VH1, and is available to watch live on any streaming service that provides access to the cable channel. Below are some of the best ways to stream VH1, and you can also read more in our guide: How To Watch VH1 without cable.
Philo is the most affordable way to watch Basketball Wives: Orlando live when it airs on VH1 (view the full channel lineup here). After a 1-week free trial, Philo costs only $25 per month. There is no contract with Philo, so you can cancel whenever you like, and if you cancel during the free trial, you will not be charged for the first month. You can read our review of Philo for more details on the streaming service.
Sling offers VH1 in their “Lifestyles Extra” package, which is available as an add-on for $6 per month to either Sling’s basic Blue or Orange package, which are each $40 per month. There is also a 3-day free trial, and Sling supports iOS, Android, Fire TV, Chromecast, Apple TV, Roku, and more. See our review of Sling TV for more information.
FuboTV offers over 100 live channels, including VH1, starting at $74.99 a month, with upgraded plans available. The price includes a cloud DVR and the ability to stream on three devices at once and supports iOS, Android, Fire TV, Chromecast, Apple TV, and Roku. See our review of fuboTV for more details.
Vidgo offers over VH1 and 60 other channels starting at $69.99 per month after a 3-day free trial, with upgraded plan options. The service supports iOS, Android, Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, Web browsers, and Chromecast. The price includes a cloud DVR and the ability to stream on three devices at once. See our review of Vidgo for more details.
Hulu + Live TV
Hulu + Live TV starts at $76.99, and includes live streaming to most of the top cable channels, including VH1. With Hulu Live TV, you can watch VH1 on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Chromecast, and more. See our review of Hulu for more information.
YouTube TV offers over 85 live channels, including VH1, and offers a 1-week free trial. After the free trial, it costs $72.99 per month, which gives you all those channels, pulse three simultaneous streams, and a personal cloud DVR. YouTube TV supports Android, iOS (includes airplay to Apple TV), and Chromecasts or Chromecast-compatible TVs. See our review of YouTube TV for more information.
DIRECTV STREAM offers VH1 and many more channels for $79.99 per month with upgraded plans available. The service supports Apple TV, iOS, Android, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, and most modern web browsers. See this promo page or our review of DIRECTV STREAM for more details.