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How to Watch The Son Online without Cable

By April 1, 2017 April 5th, 2017 No Comments

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The Son is AMC’s new sweeping epic based on a novel depicting the family saga of Eli McCullough. Following the powerful cattle family over 150 years you can see the history and development from experiences with the Comanche tribe through becoming a one of the richest families in Texas. How can you watch The Son online without cable?

We have your tools to watch The Son live stream after you’ve cut the cord.


Watch The Son Live Stream on DIRECTV NOW


DIRECTV NOW is one of the newest services on the market. You don’t need a satellite to watch streaming TV with this AT&T service. With a high speed internet connection, you can stream The Son live when it airs on AMC.

DIRECTV NOW is $35 per month for 60+ channels. DIRECT NOW carries over 120 channels across all of their packages.

See the DIRECTV NOW channel list to learn more about watching The Son live stream.

They regularly have deals on discounted or free streaming devices for customers who prepay, so click here to learn more.

Try DIRECTV NOW FREE for 7 days to watch The Son online free.


Stream The Son Live on Sling TV

How does Sling TV work

Sling TV is also popular among cord cutters. It provides an affordable alternative to cable. You can watch The Son streaming live on AMC with a Sling TV package.

AMC is included in Sling TV’s Sling Orange package, which is just $20 per month. You can access live streaming of all of the channels as well as some on demand content.

Read more in our Sling TV review here.

Sling TV works with Chromecast, Amazon Fire, and other streaming players. They also often have special deals on the popular Roku or Apple TV players, so click the links to learn more.

They are also running a special offer for customers of T-Mobile. Get 30% off the Best of Live TV package. Pricing is good for up to one year. It also works with T-Mobile’s Binge On feature, so you can stream The Son without affecting your data plan.

Start out with a FREE 7-day trial of Sling TV to watch The Son online free.


Watch The Son Streaming Live on PlayStation Vue

How does PlayStation Vue work

PlayStation Vue is another choice for streaming television. You don’t have to already be a PlayStation user to subscribe. AMC is in one of the packages so you can watch The Son live stream.

PlayStation Vue starts as low as $29.99 per month. Some markets also have live, local television so the cost there is $39.99.

Learn more about the PlayStation Vue packages here.

You can stream PlayStation Vue on your PS3/PS4 console, or devices such as Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Chromecast. They also offer iOS or Android apps. There is also a cloud DVR feature which allows you to record at The Son airtime and watch the episodes within 28 days.

Vue does have some mobile restrictions, but you can use your credentials to access streaming apps from most networks.

Try PlayStation Vue FREE for 5 days and watch The Son online free.


How Else Can You Watch The Son Online Without Cable?

What about some of the on-demand options like Hulu, Prime, and Netflix?

The Son episodes are not listed on Hulu. We’re not surprised by this since it has very few shows from AMC on the service.

You can buy the episodes on Amazon Instant Video, but you can’t watch The Son online free with Amazon Prime.

Netflix does offer many shows from The Son channel, AMC, so we expect that the series will be available there in the future.

That is everything we can tell you about how to watch The Son online without cable. If there is anything we missed, don’t be afraid to ask in the comments.

Laura LaVoie

Author 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 [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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