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How to Watch Cartoon Network & Adult Swim Without Paying for Cable TV

Summer break is almost here, and it’s great to have a backup plan for the rainy days that never seem to end.

So if you are looking for how to watch Cartoon Network, we have you covered. In the past cord cutters had no way to watch Cartoon Network live legally. Now there are many great options to pick from.

The following is our guide to watching Cartoon Network shows.

Watching Cartoon Network Live

Right now Sling TV, PlayStation Vue, DIRECTV NOW, and Hulu’s live TV beta all include Cartoon Network.

The least expensive option to get Cartoon Network is Sling TV, and you can find it in its $20 a month package with 30+ other channels. If you already have Hulu you can add their live TV service with Cartoon Network for just $32 to your current Hulu subscription.

All of these services offer a free trial. My suggestion is to test them all out and see what one fits your needs.

The following are the free trial details:

Sling TV: 7 days

PlayStation Vue: 5 days

Hulu Beta: 7 days

DIRECTV NOW: 7 days

Just On Demand

All of the live TV streaming services include on-demand content for Cartoon Network; however, if you only want on-demand content, you may want to check out Hulu’s video on-demand service. For as little as $8 a month, you can get access to a lot of Cartoon Network shows.

Also if you only want one or two shows, you may want to look at buying a season pass on a service such as Amazon.

Looking for help finding other channels? Check out our full break down of how you can watch a long list of channels HERE.

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2 Responses to How to Watch Cartoon Network & Adult Swim Without Paying for Cable TV

  1. Devin Serpa May 28, 2017 at 1:27 am #

    These bundles are still bundles. Unfortunately.

  2. Bill Eastman May 28, 2017 at 10:03 am #

    Don’t forget the new standalone Boomerang Channel for $5 per month for cartoons we grew up with