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Here's How You Can Watch 'Jeopardy!' Without Cable

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The long-running TV game show "Jeopardy!" is a classic, and beloved by many. If you're like me, just having it playing in the background provides a sense of comfort; it's also fun pretending to be on the show, yelling out answers to an invisible audience. 


While the show isn't quite the same since the death of longtime host Alex Trebek (it is now hosted by actor Mayim Bialik or former "Jeopardy!" contestant Ken Jennings), it still provides plenty of nostalgia and fun for the whole family. It's also great for learning trivia and sharpening your knowledge of well, everything.


If you've cut the cord on cable and are looking for alternative ways to keep watching the show, we've done the homework. 


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Here Are All the Ways You Can Watch 'Jeopardy!' Without Cable:

  • fuboTV
    Sign up for a seven-day free fuboTV trial to stream "Jeopardy!" and other TV shows. After the trial expires, the platform's lowest-priced plan is $65 monthly. With this package, you get access to 110 channels and 250 hours of cloud DVR storage, so you can watch "Jeopardy!" live or on-demand in case you miss it as it airs live on ABC. You can watch fuboTV on up to three devices at once.

  • Hulu Live
    Though the show is not available on Hulu, it is available on-demand and streaming on Hulu Live. By signing up with Hulu Live, you can get access to Hulu’s entire library, plus more than 65 streaming channels, including ABC. Hulu Live offers a one-month free trial so you can decide if the streaming platform is right for you. After that, the cost is $65 a month, with no contract commitment.

  • Peacock Premium
    With Peacock Premium, watching "Jeopardy" live each weekend is $5 monthly; signing up with the service, owned by Comcast subsidiary NBCUniversal, lets you add as many scheduled shows as you like to a watchlist to see on-demand whenever you want. Another incentive to sign up: All 9,200 episodes of the show are available, offering one-stop shopping for all your "Jeopardy!" streaming needs.

  • Sling TV
    A cable alternative with access to channels such as NBC, Comedy Central, BET, Syfy, MTV, and TNT, Sling TV has been picking up steam for its relatively cheap pricing options. It also doesn't rope you into a contract. Plans start at $40 monthly (with the first month half-off) and offer perks such as DVR storage and streaming on multiple devices. You can also watch live sports and news on Sling TV.

  • YouTube TV
    YouTube TV offers more than 100 channels of live and local TV channels with an option to add extra networks for entertainment news, live sports, and more. Plans start at $55 (with 30% off on the first three months), and offer unlimited DVR space, multiple streaming on six devices, and content in English and Spanish. 

  • AT&T TV Now
    A solid streaming option for those looking for a large repertoire of channels without signing up for traditional cable. AT&T TV Now offers a basic package with more than 65 channels and 40,000 on-demand movies. Though AT&T does not offer a free trial for TV Now, you can sign up for month-to-month deals with no contract obligation, or save money by signing a two-year contract at a discounted rate. 

Other Ways to Stream 'Jeopardy!':

  • If you still prefer to watch shows on TV, a top-rated HD TV antenna for less than $30 on Amazon should do the trick. With a 250-mile range, you should be able to watch stations such as ABC after installation. That means access to "Jeopardy!" and other shows in real time.

  • You can also watch free clips of "Jeopardy!" on YouTube, though this approach might frustrate people looking for full shows and being able to follow contestants from one episode to the next.

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