How to Watch ‘Broke’ Online – Live Stream Season 1

By Gabriela Vatu / April 1, 2020

We are always open to watching a new sitcom in the hopes of keeping ourselves entertained and discovering a new world. Broke is a new series coming to CBS, and we are eager to watch it all online.

The show focuses on Javier (played by Jaime Camil) and Elizabeth (Natasha Leggero), who have been living a wonderful life, mainly supported by Javier's very wealthy father. Once the father decides to cut off Javier, the couple has to move in with Jackie, Elizabeth's sister, played by Pauley Perrette (whom you'll know as Abby Sciuto in NCIS). She's a working single mom who owns a bar and lives with her son, Sammy. As the home is already crammed, Luis, played by Izzy Diaz, will also join in as he's Javier's valet and friend.

When and Where to Watch Broke?

Broke will premiere on CBS on April 2nd, starting with 9:30 PM. It is unclear exactly how many episodes the show will have, but we hope it's going to be a lot because it already sounds quite funny.

How Can I Live Stream Broke?

Spending time online is something we all do, so it makes sense to find the best ways to enjoy content online. Watching TV over the internet is something that we should all be doing as well because it would give us more freedom to be where we need to be, while still keeping an eye on our favorite shows and sports events. With Broke being a CBS show, it makes things easier when it comes to watching it online. One of the best ways you can watch Broke online is with the help of CBS All Access.

Start your 7-day free trial of CBS All Access now! There are two subscription options for CBS All Access, namely Limited Commercials and Commercial Free. There is a price variation between the two, and it all boils down to how much advertising you can watch. The content is the same for both plans, so that would be the only difference. CBS All Access works on pretty much any device you have at home, whether we're talking about iOS and Android devices, Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, gaming consoles, or more. (Note: CBS All Access is a platform that only works in the United States, so you will need a VPN if you plan on traveling abroad. You can click here to find out more details about the steps you need to take.)

Here's how you can start your CBS All Access 7-day free trial now:

Other Ways to Watch Broke Online

Hulu - Another service you can check out if you want to watch the CBS show is Hulu, which is a cool single-bundle service. If you want more content, there are a bunch of channel packs that you can get, as well as several premium networks, but CBS itself is in the main bundle. Start your 7-day free trial of Hulu now! When you subscribe to the Hulu Live TV service, you need to know that it also includes access to the on-demand content with your account.

fuboTV - We also have fuboTV on the list, and this is a service that was initially created to help out people that wanted to watch loads of sports online. Nowadays, there are tons of channels, including entertainment and family shows, even CBS. Start your 7-day free trial on fuboTV now! There are also several customization options available, such as channel packs and premium networks.

Amazon Prime - There is also Amazon Prime available, and this one won't actually help you watch CBS, but it will instead help you subscribe to CBS All Access. Once you subscribe to Amazon Prime, you can add CBS All Access from the Amazon Channels area, and you will pay for your subscription through Amazon while also enjoying the content on the Prime Video app. Start your 30-day free trial on Amazon Prime now!

Note: You need to be aware that CBS is a channel that broadcasts in select markets only, which extends to the live TV services we mentioned. Basically, if you live in an area where you do not usually get access to CBS, you won't have access to it, even if you use a live TV platform. However, you can use a VPN to connect to a nearby server from a city where CBS is an option. You can click here to get all the details you need to know before making this move.

How Can I Watch Broke When Traveling Outside of the United States?

When you travel outside of the United States, there are some limitations in regards to the things you can do because all live TV platforms and streaming services need to respect the contract they've signed with the networks. Basically, you won't be able to access any content as long as you are outside of the United States and your IP address reflects that. The fix for this problem is to use a VPN to change your IP address. This way, you appear to be in the United States rather than anywhere else. We can recommend ExpressVPN for the job because this tool has thousands of servers all over the world and some great privacy features which will undoubtedly come in handy.

Here so you can use ExpressVPN to watch Broke from outside of the United States:

Can I Watch Broke Live on the Network's Website?

Unfortunately, that's not going to be a possibility because the CBS website does not have a live stream. In fact, they've moved the live stream over to the CBS All Access platform exclusively, so you can either subscribe to their own platform or choose one of the other live TV services we discussed if you want to watch CBS live.

Can I Watch Broke With a TV Antenna?

Well, this is actually something that you can do because CBS is one of the channels that continue to broadcast over-the-air. To access the local CBS broadcast, you will need a TV antenna, and these devices are relatively cheap to get and enable you to watch TV for free.

Before you jump at the chance of watching TV for free, you should first visit a site like NoCable, so you can figure out exactly what networks are available in your area, and whether there's CBS is included. Furthermore, you will also find more information about how far all the broadcast stations are from your home, so you will know what your antenna will have the best coverage in order fo you to watch as many networks as possible. Make sure you also check the devices we listed above, in case any have the right features for your household.

Can I Binge-Watch Broke?

Since Broke is a new show, you will have to wait a little bit before more episodes pile up if you want to binge on the show. Once that happens, you will be able to watch the episodes on the CBS website. In fact, you will be able to access them by simply logging in to an account with the help of credentials from your TV provider. The TV provider can be a live TV service or a cable company for those who haven't cut the cord yet. You can also simply subscribe to CBS All Access and have access to all the episodes you want.

Can I Purchase Broke Episodes?

Well, of course, this is also an option, especially if you really love the show and want to have it as a more permanent addition to your life. You can, therefore, visit platforms like Google Play, YouTube, iTunes, Microsoft Store, Amazon Prime, and Vudu, if you want the episodes. You should make sure you visit all of them in case they have a discount available for you.

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