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How to Watch World of Dance Online without Cable

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From the mind of dancer, actor, singer, and executive producer Jennifer Lopez comes the newest competition show to hit NBC. World of Dance premieres on Tuesday, May 30 at 10 p.m. ET. The show will feature dancers from all age groups and styles. Lopez also appears on the show as a judge alongside NE-YO, and Derek Hough. Can you watch World of Dance online without access to cable?

Here’s our guide to watch the World of Dance live stream.


Watch the World of Dance Live Stream with DIRECTV NOW


DIRECTV NOW is one option on the market to stream World of Dance live. A DIRECTV NOW package offers live, local access to NBC in some markets, and on-demand elsewhere.

The basic package starts at $35 per month for more than 60 channels. There are over 120 channels total across all of DIRECTV NOW’s packages. You can watch at the World of Dance airtime with NBC, so see our DIRECTV NOW review for more information on which package will work for you.

You don’t even need a satellite to access DIRECTV NOW, it is a streaming only service.

You can watch World of Dance online free by starting with a FREE 7-day trial of DIRECTV NOW.


Watch World of Dance Streaming Live on Sling TV

How does Sling TV work

Sling TV also has access to the World of Dance channel, NBC, live in some markets.

NBC is included in the Sling Blue package, at $25 per month, in 10 U.S. cities including DC, Chicago, Dallas, and more.

Check out the Sling TV channels list in our review to learn more.

Sling TV works with most streaming players on the market, including Roku and Chromecast and they frequently have special deals on devices, so click here to see the latest offers.

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Stream World of Dance Live with PlayStation Vue

PlayStation Vue also allows fans to watch World of Dance streaming live with the service. The World of Dance channel, NBC, is available along with ABC, CBS, and FOX in some local markets.

The base price for Vue is $29.99 per month. In cities with live local channels the cost is $39.99.

Check out the PlayStation Vue packages and features in our review.

You don’t even have to be a PlayStation Vue user to access the service. It works with PS3 and PS4 consoles if you are a user or you can stream it with Roku, Amazon TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, and iOS or Android devices.

There is also a cloud DVR so you can record World of Dance episodes and watch them within 28 days.

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Watch World of Dance Online with fuboTV

We don’t want to spend a lot of time on it, but we should mention fuboTV. We generally reserve this option for sports programming, but it does offer NBC in some markets so you can watch World of Dance online.

It starts at $34.00 per month. NBC is available in 10 markets, so see our fuboTV review to learn more.

Try fuboTV free and watch World of Dance online free.


How Else Can You Watch World of Dance Online Without Cable?

We wanted to share information about how to watch World of Dance episodes on-demand rather than live. The only on-demand service to list the show so far is Hulu. New episodes are typically available the day after they air.

There are no listings on Amazon Prime or Netflix to stream World of Dance.

Since the World of Dance channel, NBC, is an over-the-air broadcast station, you can also watch by using a digital antenna if you’re in the area for your local affiliate.

Have we answered all your questions about how to watch World of Dance online without cable? If we missed anything important, ask below 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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