How to Watch HBO’s ‘Euphoria’ Live Online: Stream Season 1 Episodes

By Gabriela Vatu / June 21, 2019

A new teen drama is coming over to HBO in June and if you're a Zendaya fan you won't want to miss it. Called Euphoria, you can watch the show online and we'll help you do this.

The show will follow a group of high school students as they learn to navigate their friendships, their relationships, sex, drugs, social media, and more. Euphoria features Zendaya, Maude Apatow, Angus Cloud, Eric Dane, and more and it's produced by rapper Drake. In fact, the new HBO show is an adaptation of an Israeli show that had the same name, so if you've seen that one, this one will look familiar.

If you want to watch Euphoria live online, we're going to help you out with this since it's quite an easy feat. The show airs on Sundays at 10 PM.

How to Watch Euphoria Live Online?

Live TV platforms and streaming services have to abide by licensing deals which means they're blocked for people living in a different country. This is called geoblocking and it's quite common, even though it's annoying. These platforms know where you are by looking at your IP address so they'll block you if they ever find you're not within the United States. Thankfully, if you use a VPN and choose a US-based server, you're going to be able to bypass the blockade entirely. Here's what you need to do.

How to Watch Euphoria Without Cable?

Nowadays, we do everything online, whether we're talking about chatting up our friends, sending work emails, binging on our favorite shows, laughing at memes, listening to music and so on. The list just goes on and on and on, and you can't help but wonder why you're not watching TV online too. Well, that's totally possible and there are so many advantages to cutting the cord and going online. For instance, you will pay far less than you are paying for cable and you can customize the plan to choose what to watch (and what to pay for). Plus, you can cancel your subscription anytime you want, without being tied down by a contract. The best part, however, is that you get to watch your favorite shows no matter where you may be when they start airing since you can watch online via a simple smartphone. Let's see what options you have to watch this show online.

HBO Now and HBO Go - Topping our list, we have HBO's own streaming platforms. While they may have a different name, they essentially have the same content. HBO Go needs credentials from a TV provider, whether cable or online, so you can sign in, while on HBO Now you can pay directly to the network. The subscription price seems to be universal - $14.99 per month.

Amazon Prime - Amazon Prime clients can have loads of fun with all the perks the platform offers them, such as Prime Video, Prime Music, ebooks, and more. Well, if you're a Prime user you can also use the platform to subscribe to HBO and pay $14.99 per month for it.

Hulu - Next we have Hulu, which is a great platform that costs $44.99 per month. In the subscription price, you'll get access to the VOD library and dozens of channels. HBO is available as an add-on for $14.99 per month, along with other premium networks. You can even add channel packs if you want.

DirecTV Now - The list continues with DirecTV Now. This one has seven bundles, two of which are brand new. They're called Plus ($50/mo) and Max ($70/mo) and they both feature HBO, but few other channels. The other five bundles have been around for a while but they now have different names (Entertainment, Choice, Xtra, Unlimited, and Optimo Mas) and a price that's double than what it used to be. If you want to pick one of these, you can still add HBO for $15 per month. You can also add other premium networks, Spanish channel packs, and international bundles.

PlayStation Vue - PlayStation Vue also landed on our list, a great platform that has some nifty features. You can choose one of four bundles - Acces, Core, Elite, and Ultra. Ultra, which is $79.99 per month, actually features HBO already. If you want to pick any of the other three, you can add the channel for $15 per month. You can also add a couple of channel packs if you need more content and other premiums.

How Can You Watch All Euphoria Episodes After They Air?

As soon as the episodes of Euphoria air, they're going to be available to watch via HBO's platform. Now, in order to access these platforms, you'll need to pay for the service somehow. If you subscribe directly to HBO things are pretty straightforward. If you subscribe to one of the live TV platforms we just discussed and pay for HBO, you can use those credentials to log into HBO's platforms too so you can watch Euphoria on demand. For instance, you can use your DirecTV Now credentials to log into HBO Go, while those from Hulu, PlayStation Vue, and Amazon Prime will help you log in on HBO Now.

Plus, if you'd rather own the episodes, you'll be able to buy them from various platforms like Amazon Prime, Vudu, iTunes, Google Play, YouTube, or Microsoft Store. Since the show premieres in June, we've got a little while longer to wait before purchase links are available, but we'll make sure to update when they become available.

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