How to Watch 60 Days In Online without Cable

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A&E broke through barriers on TV when it premiered the show 60 Days In. The series went behind the scenes by planting individuals in the prison system to better understand how it was breaking down. Neither the other inmates nor the prison employees knew this was happening. Now, the newest season focuses on one of the most notorious jails in the country, Fulton County Jail, in Atlanta, Georgia. Do you want to watch 60 Days In when it premiers on March 2 at 9 p.m. ET.

Here is our guide to watch the 60 Days In live stream when the Atlanta season premiers.

 

Stream 60 Days In: Atlanta on DIRECTV NOW

One of the newest services on the market is DIRECTV NOW from AT&T. Unlike their more traditional service, you don’t need a satellite to watch live at the 60 Days In airtime on A&E. DIRECTV NOW is streaming only and works with a high speed internet connection and streaming player.

DIRECTV NOW starts at $35 per month for a package of 60+ channels. This is a slightly higher price point than some of its competition, but that’s a lot of networks for the money. One of their packages includes AMC and the ability to watch 60 Days In episodes live.

The service is still adding features and devices. They do offer deals on some streaming players for prepaid customers, so check out the details to learn more.

Read our DIRECTV NOW review.

Start with a FREE 7-day trial of DIRECTV NOW and watch 60 Days In online free while you decide.

 

Watch 60 Days In Streaming on Sling TV

Another option to stream live TV, and watch 60 Days In online, is Sling TV. This service comes from Dish Network and is also a streaming only service.

A&E is part of Sling TV’s Sling Orange package, which is $20 per month. You can watch 60 Days In streaming live as it airs. Plus, you’ll have access to tons of other hard to find networks.

You can watch Sling TV and the 60 Days In channel, A&E, with a variety of streaming players. They include your iOS and Android devices, your computer, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, and Xbox. It also works with popular players like Apple TV and Roku. They offer deals on these players, so click through to learn more.

Read more about Sling TV in our review.

Try Sling TV FREE for 7 days to watch 60 Days In online free and see for yourself.

 

Get the 60 Days In Channel with fuboTV

FuboTV review

Though most often associated with sports, fuboTV has expanded their service to include some additional streaming channels, including A&E. This allows fans to watch the 60 Days In live stream without cable.

The service starts at $34 per month. We recommend it mostly for hardcore sports fans. You can follow your home teams with no additional cost. They have lots of the regional sports networks so you can watch basketball, baseball, soccer, golf, and more. Broader entertainment and news networks are an added value for sports fans.

fuboTV also offers a cloud DVR that will allow you to record shows and sports event to watch them later at your own convenience.

Read our review of fuboTV to learn more.

To watch 60 Days In online free, start with a FREE 7-day trial of fuboTV.

 

How Else Can You Watch 60 Days In Online

We looked at some options, such as Hulu, to see if they partner with the 60 Days In channel, A&E. Hulu does not have shows from this network. We also didn’t see a listing for past seasons of 60 Days In streaming on Netflix.

However, we do know that you can buy 60 Days In episodes or seasons on Amazon Instant Video. While you can’t watch 60 Days In online live with Amazon Prime, you can own the series and watch whenever you like.

We hope we’ve answered your questions about how to watch 60 Days In online without cable. If we’ve missed anything, ask below in the comments.

Laura LaVoie

Laura M. LaVoie resides in a 120 square foot house in the mountains of Western North Carolina. There she has a solid internet connection and access to some of the best craft beer in the country. Email her at lauralavoie@streamingobserver.com.
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