How to Watch ‘Design at Your Door’ Online – Live Stream Season 1

By Gabriela Vatu / June 11, 2020

Filming new shows has proven to be rather difficult in the past few months due to the Coronavirus pandemic, and this has affected HGTV shows in some manner or another. Nonetheless, HGTV is certainly creative and kicked off a new show called Design at Your Door, which will start shortly.

In Design at Your Door, we will see regular folks who have a penchant for a DIY project get advice from HGTV best showrunners. Each episode will feature an exciting reveal moment, as homeowners meet their design coach and get instructions on how to best decorate or renovate their rooms.

We're going to see David Bromstad, Tiffany Brooks, Tamara Day, Dave and Jenny Marrs, Maureen McCormick, Grace Mitchell, Eve Plumb, Orlando Soria, and Alison Victoria help out the creative viewers.

When and Where to Watch Design at Your Door?

Design at Your Door will premiere on June 11th on HGTV. Episodes will kick off at 9 PM, so make sure your evening is cleared.

How Can I Live Stream Design at Your Door?

We don't know about you, but we spend a lot of time online trying to keep up with everything work-related, learn new things, and also keep ourselves entertained by watching our favorite shows. It's also super-easy to watch TV online thanks to the many live TV platforms that have been launched in recent years. One of our favorite platforms to see HGTV online is Hulu, which has a single bundle of networks and offers Hulu On-Demand as a bonus when you opt for Hulu Live TV. Start your free trial on Hulu now!

While there may be only one bundle of channels here, there are a couple of channel packs you can get if you're looking for even more content. There are also premium networks like HBO and Showtime if you want some of those as well. Hulu comes with a ton of apps, including for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and more. (Note: Hulu only works in the United States. If you want to access it from abroad, you will need a VPN. These tools can help change your IP address so that you appear to be wherever you need to be, mainly the United States, and unblock your favorite services. Click here to find out more details about the steps you need to take.)

Here's how you can start your free trial of Hulu:

Other Ways to Watch Design at Your Door Online

fuboTV - Our list also includes fuboTV, which is a really cool single bundle service. This one features about one hundred networks in the same bundle, and HGTV is easy to find. There are also several extra channel packs and premium networks, as well as plenty of add-ons available. Start your free trial on fuboTV soon!

Sling TV - Another option is Sling TV, which has three bundles available, and HGTV is part of all of them. When you choose from the Orange, Blue, and Orange + Blue bundles, you need to be aware of the perks that come with each of them. More specifically, you need to know that Orange subscribers can only watch content on one device at a time. Once you've made your choice, you can customize the subscription by adding any channel packs that interest you and any of the many a-la-carte and premium channels. The beauty of Sling TV is that you get to customize it however you see fit. Watch 3 Days Free on Sling TV Now!

Philo - Philo is another good option because it features a single bundle of networks. It is one of the cheapest options on the market, and it also features dozens of networks you will enjoy, including HGTV. There are no extra channels packs and no premium networks on Philo, but there are some really great perks for you to enjoy. Start your Philo free trial now!

How Can I Watch Design at Your Door When Traveling Outside of the United States?

If you want to watch the Design at Your Door from anywhere in the world in the event of you traveling abroad, you should know that there are a few options available for you. One thing you need to know before you start anything is that all these services are geo-blocked. What does this mean? Well, it simply means that the licensing deals specify that they can only stream content in the United States, so everyone else gets blocked. Therefore, even if you have a subscription to any of these services, you will not be able to access it while outside of the United States. The answer to this is simply changing your IP address with the help of a VPN. When it comes to VPNs, we recommend ExpressVPN because it's such an excellent tool, with thousands of servers all over the world, dozens of which are hosted in the United States.

Here's how you can start your subscription with ExpressVPN in order to enjoy Design at Your Door:

Can I Watch Design at Your Door Live on the Network's Website?

Watching Design at Your Door on the HGTV website is possible to do - just visit the HGTV website and access the live stream. To do this, however, you need to log in to an account using credentials from your TV provider. The TV provider in question can be one of the live TV services we've been talking about or a cable company for those who haven't cut the cord yet. (Note: The HGTV live stream is geo-blocked, so if you want to access it from abroad, you will need a VPN. You can click here to find out more about how you can do this.)

Can I Binge-Watch Design at Your Door?

If you want to watch the Design at Your Door in one go, you simply have to wait a little while until more episodes pile up. To do this, you will have to check the episodes on the platform and watch them. You will have to log in to an account with the help of credentials from your TV provider, most likely, so do keep that in mind.

Can I Purchase Design at Your Door Episodes?

Design at Your Door episodes are not yet available to buy, but it is expected that they will become so once the show starts airing. You'll then be able to purchase the episodes or the full season, depending on your preferences. You should check out platforms like Google Play, YouTube, iTunes, Microsoft Store, Amazon Prime, and Vudu, and find any discount they may have available.

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