How to Watch Marvel’s ‘Cloak & Dagger’ Online: Live Stream Season 2

By Gabriela Vatu / April 4, 2019

Superheroes are all the rage right now, and there's no clue that anything will change anytime soon, so we're looking forward to the second season of this really cool Freeform series - Cloak & Dagger. If you want to watch Cloak & Dagger live online, we'll help you out.

Marvel's Cloak & Dagger is a TV series that's based on Marvel Comics characters Tandy Bowen (Olivia Holt) and Tyrone Johnson (Aubrey Joseph). The first season of the show premiered in June 2018 and it was quickly renewed for a second season, which will start airing on Freeform on April 4, 2019.

The show's main characters - Dagger and Cloak - are two teenagers with superpowers that form a romantic relationship, which is for the best since their powers work best when they're together anyway. If you're one of the many who are looking forward to watching Dagger & Cloak's return on Freeform, we're here to help you out in any way we can.

Can You Watch Cloak & Dagger on Freeform's Website for Free?

You can watch the show on Freeform's website, but it won't be for free. In order to enable the live stream, you need to sign into an account and associate a live TV or cable account to prove that you're paying for a plan that includes Freeform. We do recommend you choose a live TV platform, however, since those come with loads of perks.

What Live TV Services Can You Watch Marvel's Cloak & Dagger On?

We live in the digital age, so we use the Internet for anything from chatting with our friends to ordering food, from working to researching obscure details related to our hobbies, from binging on shows to reading the news. So why exactly wouldn't we also watch TV online? It only makes sense, after all. Well, since the cable is so expensive, impossible to customize, and you can't get out of those contracts without paying an arm and a leg, live TV platforms are the natural direction. These are so much cheaper, you can choose what to watch, and you can cancel anytime you want. And the best part about it all is that you can start watching your favorite shows wherever you may be when they start airing since all you need is a smartphone and an Internet connection.

Sling TV - At the top of our list, we have Sling TV, which is a platform that comes with some great customization options. There are three bundles to choose from, namely Orange, Blue, and Orange + Blue. Thankfully, Freeform is part of both Orange and Orange + Blue, so you can pick the bundle you like best. You can also add loads of channel packs grouped by interest and various premium networks. You can learn loads more in our Sling TV review.

Hulu - Hulu is up next, a great platform that started out as a video on demand service and branched out into live TV territory, offering a $44.99 per month plan that comes with dozens of channels, including Freeform, and access to the full VOD library. There are a few customization options available in the form of two-channel packs and a few premium networks. Read our Hulu review to learn more about the service and all the cool perks that come with it.

YouTube TV - We also have YouTube TV on the list, a platform that offers a single bundle of channels (probably) because they think they know what people want most. Given who the parent company is, they're probably right, too. The $40 per month bundle includes access to Freeform and dozens of other channels. While there aren't many customization options available, you can add some premium networks if you want to. Make sure to read our YouTube TV review to learn more about those super cool perks they offer subscribers; we have three words for you: unlimited DVR space.

DirecTV Now - DirecTV Now has also made the list. The platform has recently undergone some changes and introduced two new bundles called Plus and Max. The five bundles they used to have got rebranded and slapped with a price tag that's twice than what it used to be and they're now called Entertainment, Choice, Xtra, Ultimate, and Optimo Mas. All seven bundles feature Freeform, so just pick your favorite. If you want to customize the service, you can add a few international packs, two Spanish-language packs, and a bunch of premium networks. Our DirecTV Now review will tell you more about the service.

PlayStation Vue - Finally, we have PlayStation Vue, which is our favorite ever since we reviewed live TV platforms. The service comes with four bundles called Access, Core, Elite, and Ultra. Freeform is part of all four of them, so you can choose the one you like best. If you want to customize the service a bit, they offer a couple of extra packs and several premium networks. Make sure to read TechNadu's PlayStation Vue review to find out about some of the best perks we've encountered.

What Can You Do If You Travel Abroad and Can't Access the Live TV Platforms?

If you didn't already know, live TV platforms and streaming platforms, in general, are geoblocked, so you can only access them from within the United States. This is quite disappointing, of course, but it's nothing that we haven't seen before since there are licensing deals in place. These sites operate like any other site, which means they know where you are by looking at your IP address. If your IP address were to appear to be from the United States, you'd get over the blockade easily. Thankfully, that's what VPNs are for. Here's what you need to do.

Can You Watch Previous Episodes of Cloak & Dagger?

You sure can. If you visit the Freeform website, you'll find that the full first season is available to stream, but you need to log into your account first. This can be problematic for various reasons we already discussed, but if you've subscribed to a live TV platform already, you should be good to go. On the other hand, if you're a Hulu subscriber, you'll also find the full first season there too, so that's a great bonus.

If you'd rather own the show's episodes and seasons, you can also make the purchase so you can watch at any time you want. You can do that over various platforms, including Amazon Prime, YouTube, Google Play, iTunes, Microsoft Store, and Vudu. Make sure you check them all out before making a purchase in case they have fresh deals for you.

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