Spike TV has had a wild history as far as being a network is concerned. At one point the network was all about country music. After a few rebrandings, it became Spike TV in 2006. Today, they rebranded once more to become Spike (no TV), but fans of this adventurous network tend to still call it Spike TV. These days Spike caters to a more male audience. They have a host of syndicated TV and original programming that consists of mainly reality TV. If you like shows like Ink Masters or Bar Rescue, Sling TV is the network for you!
Sling TV is available through most cable networks, but what happens if you don’t have cable? At one point that would mean you wouldn’t be able to watch Spike. These days, several streaming services offer the Spike TV live stream. And with that in mind, here are the ways that you can watch Spike TV online without cable.
Watch the Spike TV Live Stream on DIRECTV NOW
DIRECTV NOW features access to watch the Spike TV live stream! To do it use the $35 Live a Little package, with 60 channels! HBO is an extra $5 onto your package! Your lineup includes Spike TV, CNBC, MSNBC, FOX News, CNN, Bloomberg TV, C-Span, Nickelodeon, MTB, AMC, USA, E!, TBS, and several others! Enjoy live stream local channels when you live in certain cities! These include Tampa-St. Petersburg, Detroit, Atlanta, San Francisco, and Las Vegas, amongst others! Most of the country will have to wait a day to watch local content in their on-demand library!
You can see how much you like the DIRECTV NOW service, by making sure to use the free weeklong trial DIRECTV NOW offers before new members commit to purchasing the service!
Ask about member specials, because sometimes you can get a really sweet streaming device at no cost to you!
Also, you’ll definitely want to check out the DIRECTV NOW review, which delves further into everything the service offers!
Watch Spike TV Online with Sling TV
Sling TV is one of the most popular streaming services available. While people like the Sling TV channel lineup, they love the price. Who can beat $20 for 30 channels with no contract?!? It really is a great deal. It’s made better by having quality channels like
- Food Network
If you want more channels, it’s as easy as choosing your bundle packages and adding one (or more) to your package. Spike TV is available in a bundle package. The Comedy Plus Extra package includes Spike, MTV, GSN, Logo, TV Land, CMT, and other channels. All of this is just $5/month, which will be added to your main package.
Sling TV also includes an on-demand library, so if you miss a show, make sure to check it out, because it may be available to watch on-demand.
You can watch Spike TV online with Roku, Apple TV, iOS, Chromecast, Xbox One, Amazon Fire, Android, and other devices. If you’re interested in trying the service, Sling TV includes a free 7-day trial. Once you’ve signed up you’ll be able to watch your package free for the first week! Additional member specials could be waiting for you after your trial.
There Other Ways to Watch Spike TV Online without Cable?
Streaming services ultimately try to add as many quality channels as possible. So, if you like a service that does not currently offer the Spike TV live stream that doesn’t mean anything. It’s possible that it will be added in the future. If or when it is added, we will be sure to update our list, so you know exactly how to watch Spike TV online.
On-demand services like Hulu, Amazon Prime, and Netflix may carry a selection of Spike TV shows, but you won’t get the whole lineup this way. Still, if you’re only looking for a couple Spike shows this is a good way to get it. You can learn more about each option here:
You can also purchase episodes or entire seasons through VOD services like Amazon Instant Video or iTunes. These services are great in a pinch, but the costs can add up quick, so if you are trying to save money, this might not be the best option for you.
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