Amazon and Roku Streaming
Normally, Fire TV and Roku doesn’t have a lot of good support for individual channels, but in this case, CBS offers its All Access app on both the Fire TV and Roku. It’ll cost you around $5.99 per month (plus the cost of the streaming hardware if you don’t already have it), but you’ll be able to watch The Big Bang Theory live, as well as any of your other favorite CBS shows.
If you missed any in-season shows already, fear not! With CBS All Access, you can go back through and catch up on what you already missed, as CBS offers video on-demand versions of its popular TV shows.
How To Watch The Big Bang Theory Live Online Without Cable
If you already have Hulu, you’ll be excited to hear that you can watch The Big Bang Theory with their “with Live TV” package. Hulu recently added this to their lineup, allowing you to watch live TV on your smartphone, tablet, Smart TV, etc. As long as you have an active with Live TV subscription, you’ll be able to watch live TV online anywhere you are, including The Big Bang Theory.
Hulu with Live TV costs a monthly fee, bringing you endless options for Live TV. In addition to that, you get access to Hulu’s video on-demand library, too. Not sure about the price? Hulu offers a with Live TV free trial you can take for a spin.
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Another place you can watch The Big Bang Theory is on YouTube TV. Google was able to secure a deal with CBS, and it’s just a little cheaper than Hulu with Live TV. YouTube TV does offer a free trial for those that aren’t sure about it right off the bat. The downside: YouTube TV has frequent blackouts, so the chances of you not being able to watch The Big Bang Theory due to downtime is actually pretty high.
Still, you can give it a shot and see what it’s all about at the link below.
How To Watch The Big Bang Theory Live Online Without Cable Verdict
As you can see, there aren’t a whole lot of options to watch The Big Bang Theory live online without cable, but you do have a few. The options from streaming services are rather pricey, but aren’t bad when you factor in all of the other options you’re getting. The most economical option out there would be to pick up a streaming device — like the Roku Ultra or Fire TV — and sign-up for the CBS All Access subscription.