Recently A&E Networks announced that it is going away from scripted shows and back to its roots to nonfiction shows such as its well-loved “Biography” shows.
This will greeted with great joy by many of its older viewers and many new ones who love quality nonfiction programming. The good news is you won’t need a 2-year contract with cable TV to watch its new nonfiction shows.
Here is a rundown of how to watch A&E Networks without cable TV.
Sling TV has A&E in all of its packages starting at just $20 a month. Sling TV offers a free 7-day trial of the service, allowing you to test it out before you decide if you want to pay for it.
DIRECTV NOW has A&E in all of its packages starting at $35 a month. It offers a free 7-day trial, allowing you to test out DIRECTV NOW before you pay to see if it is a good fit for you.
There are a few options to watch A&E shows on demand. Hulu offers a small lineup of shows, including Duck Dynasty and Intervention, if you are a subscriber. If you are looking for a larger lineup of A&E shows you can buy season passes on services such as Amazon Video.
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