How to Watch King of the Road Online without Cable

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The popular Viceland series, King of the Road, is returning for a second season on June 8. The show follows the most prestigious award given to skateboarders. The contest invites professional skaters to participate in a series of challenges, and Viceland is now there to catch all the action on film. If you want to watch King of the Road online without cable, how can you make that happen?

Here is our guide to watch the King of the Road live stream.

 

Watch the King of the Road Live Stream on DIRECTV NOW

DIRECTV NOW

DIRECTV NOW is a relatively new streaming only service from AT&T. Since it is streaming only, you don’t need a satellite to watch King of the Road streaming on the service.

Packages start at $35 per month for over 60 channels. All total, DIRECTV NOW has 120 networks available across all of their packages. The King of the Road channel, Viceland, is included in one of the packages, so check out the DIRECTV NOW channels list to learn which would be a good choice for you.

DIRECTV NOW has a lot of features, and they’re still announcing new ones. It also work with many of the most popular streaming players on the market.

Check out a FREE 7-day trial of DIRECTV NOW and watch King of the Road online free.

 

Watch King of the Road Streaming Live with Sling TV

How does Sling TV work

You can also watch at the King of the Road air time with Sling TV. This service has been around a while and is popular with cord cutters. Viceland is available with the Sling Orange package.

Sling TV’s Sling Orange package is $20 per month. It offers live streaming of all the channels and some on-demand content. Check out the Sling TV packages in our review to learn more.

It works with popular streaming devices like Chromecast, Roku, Apple TV and more. You can also watch on your computer or smart phone. They sometimes have deals on players or with providers, so check out the current offers here.

Try Sling TV FREE for 7 days and watch King of the Road online free.

 

Watch King of the Road Online Live with PlayStation Vue

PlayStation Vue, from Sony, also offers the King of the Road channel, Viceland. You don’t even need to be a PlayStation user to subscribe, it works across many platforms.

Subscriptions start as low as $29.99 per month, or $39.99 in certain cities with access to live, local TV. To find out the best way to stream King of the Road episodes, check out the PlayStation Vue channels list and review here.

It also works with most streaming players, as well as your PS3 or PS4 console if you are already a user. They even have a cloud DVR so you can record King of the Road streaming and watch it back when you’re ready.

Watch King of the Road online free by trying PlayStation Vue FREE for 5 days.

 

Stream King of the Road Live with fuboTV

We usually reserve fuboTV as a recommendation for sports fans, but you can watch King of the Road streaming with the service.

While fuboTV offers robust options for sports fans, it also includes some general entertainment channels, like Viceland, so you can watch King of the Road online with the service. It offers a cloud DVR and high quality HD streams. All of this starts at $34.99 per month.

Read more in our fuboTV review.

Or try fuboTV FREE to watch King of the Road online free.

How Else Can You Watch King of the Road Online without cable?

So what about on-demand options if you don’t need to watch the King of the Road live stream?

There is no current listing to stream King of the Road on demand with Hulu.

Season 1 is available to buy on Amazon Instant Video. While you can’t watch King of the Road online free with Amazon Prime, you can own it. We expect that season 2 will be available to purchase as well for a season pass before it airs, with new episodes appearing the day after it airs on Viceland.

The series is not on Netflix.

But you can watch some older King of the Road episodes directly on the Viceland website.

We hope we’ve answered your most pressing questions about how to watch King of the Road online without cable. If we’ve missed any details, let us know below.

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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