Feud Bette and Joan Live Stream: Watch Season 1, Episode 6 Online without Cable

watch Feud Bette and Joan Season 1 Episode 6 online

 

Show/Episode: Feud: Bette and Joan Season 1, Episode 6 “Hagsploitation”

Date/Time: Sunday, April 9 at 10 p.m. ET

Channel: FX

Watch Feud: Bette and Joan 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

Feud: Bette and Joan are entering the final episodes. In “Hagsploitation” Warner puts pressure on Aldrich to bring the team together again for a second “hag” horror film. Joan experiences problems with someone in her past. This guide has the details you need to watch Feud: Bette and Joan Season 1, Episode 6 online.

 

Watch Feud: Bette and Joan “Hagsploitation” Online

If you don’t have cable, you’ll need to watch Feud: Bette and Joan live stream using a service that offers the FX live stream. Two good options include DIRECTV NOW and Sling TV. Another option is to watch Feud: Bette and Joan Season 1, Episode 6 online using on-demand services, which we’ll talk about after the live stream services.

 

 

With DIRECTV NOW You Can Watch Feud: Bette and Joan Season 1, Episode 6 Online

Cancel DIRECTV NOW

The basic DIRECTV NOW package is the Live a Little package. It’s also the package that offers FX. DIRECTV NOW is $35/month, and comes with more than 60 channels. Channels include AMC, FX, Comedy Central, Cartoon Network, ESPN, Disney, Syfy, TNT, and USA. You can watch the Feud: Bette and Joan live stream on Apple TV, iOS, Chromecast, and other devices. You can sign up for the DIRECTV NOW free one-week trial to watch Feud: Bette and Joan Season 1, Episode 6 online free! If you’d like to learn more, our DIRECTV NOW review will help you discover more!

 

Watch Feud: Bette and Joan “Hagsploitation” Online on Sling TV

How does Sling TV work

In order to watch Feud: Bette and Joan “Hagsploitation” online with Sling TV, you’ll need Sling TV Blue. This package includes more than 40 channels for $25/month. Some of the channels you’ll receive include AMC, NBC (in select markets), FX, FXX (on-demand), and USA. You can add channel bundles if you want to add to your package. If you’re not available to watch the Feud: Bette and Joan live stream, Sling TV offers an on-demand library. A limited number of episodes will be available each week, so you don’t have to miss your favorites. It also means that you can watch Feud: Bette and Joan Season 1, Episode 6 online in live stream and on-demand.

Sling TV streams on Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, Xbox, and mobile phones. The Sling TV free weeklong trial offers a way to watch Feud: Bette and Joan Season 1, Episode 6 online free! Questions can be directed to our Sling TV review which can tell you more.

 

Additional Ways to Watch Feud: Bette and Joan Season 1, Episode 6 Online

On-demand options are also available to watch Feud: Bette and Joan S1, E6 online. When you choose to buy on-demand, you’ll need to pay per episode or buy the season pass. You shouldn’t pay more than $3 per episode. The price per episode also goes down when you choose the season pass. Each episode is available the day after it airs on TV, but if you buy the season pass each episode will be delivered into your library when it’s available. Some of the most popular on-demand services include Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, and Vudu.

Now you know how to watch Feud: Bette and Joan Season 1, Episode 6 online. You can add any questions in our comments! Our Feud: Bette and Joan guide is here if you want to learn more about the show or how to stream it.

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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