How to Watch ‘Flip or Flop’ Online: Live Stream Season 8 Episodes

By Gabriela Vatu / June 28, 2019

So who doesn't love getting lost in an HGTV show? Well, if you're ready for a well-spent summer, the new season of Flip or Flop is coming to our screens. If you want to watch the show online, we're going to help you out.

Flip or Flop is a television series that airs on HGTV. The show first broadcast in 2014 and it features two real estate agents called Tarek El Moussa and Christina El Moussa who were once married but divorced a few years ago. Regardless of their personal relationship, they continue to do the show together, buying cheap homes, renovating them, and reselling them.

Season 8 will premiere on August 1st, 2019, on HGTV and is to have 18 episodes, which is two less than last season. Let's see how we can watch this show.

How to Watch Flip or Flop Online?

If you often travel abroad, you have probably already discovered the fact that you can no longer access your live TV and streaming services. This happens because there are licensing deals in place that prevent them from allowing the broadcast to occur in areas that are not covered by said licenses. While this is quite inconvenient, it's perfectly normal. These sites know where you are by looking at your IP address, but this also means that you can simply change your IP to trick the system. Therefore, we suggest you subscribe to a VPN service which will help solve this problem in just a few seconds.

Can You Watch Flip or Flop on the HGTV website?

Well, yes, of course, you can because the HGTV website carries a live stream that you can access. In order to get access to it, however, you need to log into an account for which you'll need TV provider credentials. These credentials can come from cable companies or live TV services alike. We do suggest you go for a live TV platform, however, because those give you access to dozens of channels and make it easier for you to watch.

How to Watch Flip or Flop Without Cable?

It has become so much easier to watch TV online and all these live TV platforms have certainly contributed to this situation. Live TV services are far cheaper than cable contracts are, which may mean you get to save a lot of money each month. There is actually no contract involved with live TV services, so you get to quit your subscription anytime you feel like, for whatever reason, without any repercussions. Since these live TV platforms operate online, there's also the added benefit of getting to watch your favorite shows wherever you may be when they start airing, whether that's at work or on your way home. Let's see what options you have to enjoy your favorite show.

fuboTV - We're kicking off the list with fuboTV, which is a highly versatile platform that was originally designed for sports fans. Nowadays, there are still dozens of sports channels available, but the offering is far more diversified. There's a single bundle that you can get for $54.99 per month nowadays and in it, you'll find HGTV for an easy way to watch Flip or Flop. If you want to customize the plan, there are loads of channel packs you can add, as well as premium networks.

Sling TV - Next, we have Sling TV on the list, which is a platform that features three bundles - Orange, Blue, and Orange + Blue. You'll find that HGTV is present in all of them, so you have quite a bit of room for picking. Do keep in mind that the bundle you choose will influence the number of simultaneous streams you get, with Orange + Blue giving you the most for the money. There are also plenty of packs you can add if you want more diversity, as well as plenty of premiums.

Hulu - The list continues with Hulu, which comes with some really great options. For $44.99 per month, there's a single bundle you can get, but you do get access to the VoD library too. HGTV is present in this bundle, so you don't need to look further. If you do want more channels, however, there are a couple of packs and several premiums too.

YouTube TV - Next, we have YouTube TV, which is a great service that also comes with a single bundle. For $49.99 per month, you get access to dozens of channels, as well as some really cool features such as unlimited Cloud DVR storage space. HGTV is part of the offering, and you couldn't get it from elsewhere either since there are no extra packs. You can add, however, quite a few premium networks.

DirecTV Now - The list continues with DirecTV Now, which is a seven-bundle platform. Two of these bundles are fresh, namely Plus and Max, while the other five were given a new name earlier this year - Entertainment, Choice, Xtra, Ultimate, and Optimo Mas. HGTV is missing from Plus and Max, but you can find it in four of the other bundles, without Optimo Mas. If you want more diversity you can add a couple of Spanish channel packs, three international packs, and quite a few networks you will have to pay for.

PlayStation Vue - Last on the list is PlayStation Vue, a service that comes with four bundles - Access, Core, Elite, and Ultra - which HGTV is part of. There are a few ways to customize the service, such as by adding some extra packs or several premiums like Showtime and HBO. What you won't need to do is to upgrade features like cloud DVR because you get enough room for 500 programs, or the simultaneous streams, because you already get five of them with the subscription price.

Can You Binge-Watch Flip or Flop?

You most absolutely can! You can find Flip or Flop episodes on HGTV, but you will need to log in with credentials from your TV provider. You can also find a few seasons to watch over on Hulu if you have a VoD subscription or looking for reasons to get one.

You can also purchase the episodes and seasons so you can watch at any time from platforms such as Google Play, YouTube, iTunes, Amazon Prime, Microsoft Store, or Vudu. Do check all the links before committing to purchase because you may get a better deal from one of them.

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