Fargo Live Stream: Watch Season 3, Episode 1 Online without Cable

watch Fargo Season 3 Episode 1 online

 

Show/Episode: Fargo Season 3, Episode 1 “The Law of Vacant Places”

Date/Time: Wednesday, April 19 at 10 p.m. ET

Channel: FX

Watch Fargo Live Stream with: DIRECTV NOW (free 7-day trial), Sling TV (free 7-day trial)

Next Day, On Demand: Sling TV (free 7-day trial)

International Stream: Streaming options outside of the US

A small Minnesotan community is wrought with chaos when a trivial sibling rivalry between two brothers begins to escalate. If you want to watch the new season of Fargo online, you’ll find out more below. This guide is all about how to watch Fargo Season 3 Episode 1 online without cable!

 

How is it Possible to Watch Fargo “The Law of Vacant Places” Online?

Once upon a time it wouldn’t have been possible but things have changed since then. These days all you need to watch any network, even FX, is a live stream or an on-demand option. It’s possible to watch FX online. You don’t even need cable! DIRECTV NOW is one service that offers the FX live stream. Sling TV is another option. Both options will allow you to watch the Fargo live stream as the show airs on FX. Another option, which we’ll discuss later, includes buying “The Law of Vacant Places” and watching the episode after it airs, on-demand.

 

 

Watch Fargo Season 3, Episode 1 Online with DIRECTV NOW

Cancel DIRECTV NOW

DIRECTV NOW offers FX in their basic package, which means that you can watch the Fargo live stream. FX is available in the $35/month package. You’ll have 60+ channels, and you can remain a member for as little or as long as you want. Your DIRECTV NOW channel lineup includes History, AMC, TNT, A&E, Syfy, TBS, USA, Discovery, and Food Network. You will have the ability to watch Fargo Season 3 Episode 1 online with computers, mobile phones and tablets, Chromecast, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire. With DIRECTV NOW, you even receive a free 7-day trial, which is great because that means you can watch Fargo S3 E1 online free!

 

Watch Fargo “The Law of Vacant Places” Live Stream on Sling TV

How does Sling TV work

To watch FX on Sling TV, you’ll need the Sling TV Blue package. This package is $25 each month for 40+ channels. This service is contract-free and includes FOX (in select areas), FXX (on-demand), History, Syfy, TNT, Comedy Central, USA, AMC, and Cartoon Network. Sling TV even throws in an on-demand content library, which gives you another way to watch Fargo S3 E1 online! Make the most of your Sling TV channel lineup by adding channels like Starz or one of the many bundle packs to your package to increase your lineup.

Using Sling TV, you can watch Fargo Season 3, Episode 1 online on Roku, iOS, Xbox, Chromecast, Amazon Fire devices, and Apple TV. Here’s a free 7-day Sling TV trial to get you started, and to let you watch Fargo Season 3 Episode 1 online free!

 

On-Demand Options to Watch Fargo Season 3, Episode 1 Online

The Fargo live stream is just one way to watch this popular show. If you’re willing to wait about 24-hours after airtime, you can also watch Fargo on-demand. In order to watch Fargo on-demand you’ll need to buy the episodes you want to watch from Amazon Instant Video, or another similar service. Episodes are available starting at around $2, and you will pay for each one you watch. As this is a brand new season, a season pass should be available. Season passes shave a little off the cost of each episode and make sure you receive new episodes as soon as they are ready. Each on-demand service offers multiple streaming options, so just check with your preferred option to see what is available to you.

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Ashtyn Evans

Ashtyn Evans

Ashtyn Evans is a screenwriter and freelance writer from the Midwest. She owns nearly a thousand films on Amazon and holds streaming subscriptions to everything from HBO and Hulu to Showtime and Starz. Email her at ashtynevans@streamingobserver.com.
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