That’s where we come in. Whether you’re a longtime fan of the NBC comedy sketch show or you simply want to catch this weekend’s new episode with guest host Keegan-Michael Key and musical guest Olivia Rodrigo, we’ve put together a list of different ways you can catch SNL without cable and by simply going online.
How to Watch and Stream SNL Online or Without Cable
First, it’s worth mentioning that you can watch new episodes of SNL on Saturdays evenings at 11:30 p.m. ET. For those without a cable provider though, you can watch your local NBC channel with an indoor TV antenna. After purchasing the equipment in person or online, you can follow the instructions to properly connect it to your TV and begin watching.
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Want another option? You can watch SNL on streaming services that offer the NBC network. While a streaming service may sound a lot like a cable provider, many offer free trials, which means you can experience the features first before committing. Plus, you can also cancel your subscription any time online without having to pick up the phone. Here are some of the best options:
- YouTube TV ($65 per month, free two-week trial included)
- Hulu + Live TV ($65 per month, free seven-day trial included)
- fuboTV ($65 per month, free seven-day trial included)
- Sling TV ($35 per month, free 14-day trial included)
If you’re not a night owl and you’re already in bed by the time SNL begins airing, you can catch up on new episodes the next day on Hulu. The streaming service has the entire 46 seasons ready to stream whenever you like. If you have your laptop nearby, you can also head over to the Hulu website. Otherwise, you can watch via the iPhone or Android apps. First time users can sign up for a month-long free trial. After the trial expires, you can keep using the service for as low as $5.99 per month.
Additionally, you can watch SNL episodes on several other online platforms, including Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, Google Play, YouTube and Vudu. Remember: Prices differ if you want to watch individual episodes or entire seasons, so take note.
Finally, there’s always NBC.com, where Saturday Night Live episodes are typically uploaded the Sunday after they air.
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