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How to Watch 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards Online without Cable

By April 30, 2017 June 4th, 2017 No Comments

One of the most entertaining awards shows is definitely the MTV Movie Awards. This year, you can expect some changes to the normal format. Acting awards will now not be based on gender. Instead men and women will be in the same category. They are also adding TV into the mix. Not surprisingly, Stranger Things and Game of Thrones are leading the pack for nominations. You can also expect a special tribute for The Fast and the Furious franchise. Adam Devine is hosting this year and it looks like it’s going to be a great show!

As you might have guessed, the MTV Movie & TV Awards channel is MTV. The air time is May 7 at 8 p.m. ET. Naturally, as MTV is a cable network, you will either need cable or a way to watch the MTV Movie & TV Awards live stream online. Luckily, there are a few ways to watch MTV Movie & TV Awards online, so pick your service and get ready to stream MTV Movie & TV Awards!


Watch the MTV Movie & TV Awards Live Stream with DIRECTV NOW


The DIRECTV NOW streaming service offers the MTV Movie & TV Awards live stream! Choose from four different packages since the MTV live stream is a channel that is in all of them! We recommend starting with the DIRECTV NOW base package. It costs $35 a month, plus $5 per channel for any premium content (Note: no need to add on Starz if you purchase the biggest DIRECTV NOW package…it offers 120+ channels including Starz). Your lineup includes MTV, AMC, USA, Comedy Central, ESPN, TBS, and FX. Local content is available in two different ways. First, everyone across the United States should have access to local channel content in the on-demand library! Second, those living in metropolitan areas, such as Minneapolis, Chicago, Los Angeles, or Atlanta, have the option of watching certain local channels in live stream! Watch on a selection of devices including android TV, Apple TV, and all your favorite mobile devices!

The DIRECTV NOW review we have developed offers much more detail on this service. Try DIRECTV NOW for yourself using the free week trial!


Watch the MTV Movie & TV Awards Live Stream on Sling TV

How does Sling TV work

Sling TV is the least expensive of all the available live streaming options. You can watch more than 30 channels for $20/month. Your Sling TV channel lineup starts with some popular options like AMC, TNT, CNN, TBS, A&E, Food Network, and many other channels. MTV is available as an add-on channel in the Comedy Extra pack. This pack includes MTV, MTV2, Spike, Logo, and several other channels for just $5/month. Other bundles are also available. You can watch MTV Movie & TV Awards streaming on Roku, Chromecast, Apple TV, Amazon Fire devices, and mobile devices.

You can watch MTV Movie & TV Awards online free. All you need is to sign up for Sling TV’s free one week trial offer. If you need a new way to stream your favorite shows, Sling TV frequently offers special offers that could help with that.


Is MTV Movie & TV Awards on Hulu?


No, unfortunately you won’t be able to stream MTV Movie & TV Awards with Hulu. You can learn all about the Hulu service in our Hulu review.


Is MTV Movie & TV Awards on Amazon Prime?

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Due to the type of show this is, you won’t be able to stream MTV Movie & TV Awards on Amazon Prime. Sometimes, shows will be added after they’ve aired but I wouldn’t expect MTV Movie & TV Awards streaming to ever be available. You can learn more in our Amazon Prime review.


Is MTV Movie & TV Awards on Netflix?


Like with the other on-demand options, you won’t be able to stream MTV Movie & TV Awards on Netflix. Our Netflix review can tell you more.

MTV Movie & TV Awards streaming is simple, but if you have any questions you can ask them in the comments.

Ashtyn Evans

Author 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 [email protected] Disclosure: Streaming Observer is supported by readers. Articles may contain referral links. For more information, see the disclosure at the bottom of the page.

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