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How to Watch ‘From Scratch’ Online – Live Stream Season 1

Written by Gabriela Vatu
Last updated February 16, 2020

There's a cute new show heading for FYI, and it is featuring David Moscow. We plan on watching From Scratch online, and you should join us in doing the same.

From Scratch will follow David Moscow, an actor whom you'll know from many movies, make meals literally from scratch. He will be given a recipe by a chef, and he will need to hunt, dive, gather, grow, ingredients to remake the meal, so the viewers can watch how each of the ingredients we buy from the supermarket ended up in the recipe.

What will you be able to watch? Well, he's going to milk a water buffalo to make fresh mozzarella, go harvesting for salt from the ocean, or dive for an octopus. This will certainly make things interesting and already has us excited about the show.

When and Where to Watch From Scratch?

From Scratch will premiere on FYI on February 16th, at 6 PM. The season will have ten episodes, and we're looking forward to seeing whether or not the network will renew the show for another round.

How Can I Live Stream From Scratch?

We spend so much time online because we get the freedom to go wherever we need to go while still getting access to the content we love. Thankfully, we can do the same with TV channels, because there are so many live TV platforms that were created with this specific purpose in mind. The best way that you can watch From Scratch on FYI is Hulu, which is a really cool single bundle service. While you may know the platform better for its on-demand content, Hulu has also built a pretty awesome live TV service that comes with a lot of quirks. Start your 7-day free trial on Hulu today!

Besides the channels that you get in the main bundle, there are also a bunch of channel packs available, as well as several premium networks that you can try out. A really cool fact about subscribing to the live TV platform Hulu has is that you also get access to the on-demand library that they've built over the past few years. (Note: Hulu is a service that works exclusively in the United States, so if you plan on traveling anywhere outside of the country, you will need a VPN to access the content. Click here to find out more details about what you need to do.)

Here's how you can start your 7-day free trial on Hulu now:

Other Ways to Watch From Scratch

fuboTV - fuboTV is a really cool platform that is carrying dozens of networks, including FYI. Even though the service comes with several channel packs that you can add to your subscription, FYI is part of the main bundle. Start your 7-day free trial on fuboTV now! There are also loads of premium networks you can get it if you want any of them.

Sling TV - A really cool service that enables people to watch loads of networks is Sling TV, which has three bundles to choose from. These bundles come with their own channel combinations and prices, but they also offer a different number of simultaneous streams to enjoy. For instance, if you'll go with the Orange bundle, you'll only be able to watch content on one device at a time, but if you go with the Blue bundle, you get to watch on up the three devices at the same time. Orange + Blue subscribers have it the best because they can enjoy four simultaneous streams. Start your Sling TV subscription by saving money for the first subscription month! FYI isn't part of any of the bundles we discussed, but you can find it in the Lifestyle channel pack, which costs an additional $5 per month. There are many other packs that you can get, as well as loads of premium networks.

Philo - We also have Philo on the list, and this is a single bundle service that is pretty simplistic. Start your 7-day free trial now! You will find the FYI network in the main bundle, and there are no options to customize the subscription in any manner, meaning there are no channel packs, premium networks, or add-ons.

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

All things are pretty awesome and straightforward when you watch TV in the United States, but when you travel outside of the country, there are some issues you will encounter, in the sense that live TV platforms and streaming services are all geo-blocked. This happens because there are licensing deals in place that prevent companies from streaming content in areas that are not covered by their contracts, meaning anywhere outside of the United States. The problem can be solved by changing your IP address, so the sites believe you are back in the United States.

You can do this easily by using a VPN. If you don't know which tool to use, we can recommend ExpressVPN, which is a cool service that has thousands of servers all over the world and some great privacy features to help protect your data.

Here's how you can use ExpressVPN to watch From Scratch:

Can I Watch From Scratch Live on the Network's Website?

Unfortunately, this is not going to be a possibility because there is no live stream available on the FYI website. This means that the only way you'll be able to watch the show live is with the help of one of the live TV platforms we already discussed.

Can I Binge-watch From Scratch?

This is something that you'll be able to do rather easily because on the FYI website you will find many of their shows, and From Scratch will certainly be uploaded as well. This will enable you to watch any of the episodes that have aired whenever you feel like it. In order to do this, you will need to log in to an account by using credentials from your TV provider. The provider can be one of the above-mentioned live TV services, but you can also use the information you have from your cable provider if you haven't cut the cord yet. It's also possible to watch From Scratch over on Hulu, but we're not sure exactly when the show will be added.

Can I Purchase From Scratch Episodes Online?

If you want to own the episodes from From Scratch, you will be able to do this by visiting platforms like Google Play, YouTube, iTunes, Microsoft Store, Amazon Prime, and Vudu. You should make sure to check them all out in case any of them have a deal for you, so you save some money.



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