How to Watch Kevin Hart: Hart of the City Live Online – Laugh ’till It Hurts

By Gabriela Vatu / June 15, 2019

Let's be real here - we all love a good laugh and Kevin Hart is pretty hilarious. Yes, we know he's said some shady stuff in the past, but it does not seem like those opinions are still his to this day, so maybe we can cut him a little bit of slack. Well, Kevin Hart's Hart of the City show is getting a new season this June and we want to watch it all online.

Known as an actor and a stand-up comedian, Hart of the City is a show that will put 24 comedians in eight seasons in the spotlight. Alongside Joey Wells and Harry Ratchford, Kevin Hart goes on a mission to find fabulous stand-up comedians, although the hosts themselves will also take the stage.

The show has two other seasons that aired back in 2016 and 2017, and even though fans feared the break would be permanent and the show would not come back, it seems that the third season will kick off on Friday, June 14th. The new episodes will air at 11/10 PM on Comedy Central, so prepare to have a lot of fun.

How to Watch Hart of the City Online?

Nowadays, we get to watch TV over the Internet, which is one of the coolest things ever since you can enjoy streaming anywhere you go. What you need to know, however, is that whether you choose to watch via a live TV platform or the network's own website, it doesn't matter much - they're all geoblocked. What this means is that if you travel abroad, you can no longer enjoy any of the videos. This is caused by licensing deals that are perfectly normal, albeit annoying. So, if you find yourself in this situation, know that you can easily overcome it with the help of a VPN which will change your IP address to make it seem as if you're in the United States still. You should, therefore, look into subscribing to a VPN. Here's what you need to do.

Can You Watch Hart of the City on Comedy Central's Website?

Yes, you can! Comedy Central's website does come with a live stream that you can access. You will need, however, to use a TV provider credentials to sign into an account. Whether those come from a regular cable provider or a live TV platform, it doesn't matter much for Comedy Central's website, but we do suggest you simply sign up for live TV service to get easier access to all the content.

How to Watch Hart of the City Without Cable?

In the digital era, we use the Internet to consume all sorts of media, including movies and TV series. Thankfully, now that there are live TV platforms, you can also watch TV like this. It's easy to see why people are cutting the cord and watch TV online these days since these platforms are far cheaper than cable is and you get to unsubscribe anytime you want, without a contract hanging above your head. Plus, you can watch TV anywhere you go as long as you have a device to watch on and an Internet connection. Let's see what options you have to enjoy watching Hart of the City live online.

fuboTV - Topping our list, we have fuboTV, which is a great platform that serves sports fans quite well. Thankfully, in recent months they've greatly expanded their offering to include more entertainment channels. Rest assured, in the single bundle fubo has to offer nowadays, Comedy Central is present. If you need more content, you can always add extra channel packs or premium networks.

Sling TV - We have Sling TV next, which is a highly versatile platform thanks to the many customization options it offers. There are three bundles to start off with - Orange, Blue, and Orange + Blue. Comedy Central is present in the Blue and Orange + Blue bundles, so you can choose the one you like best. We do suggest you go with the latter, though, since it will influence on how many devices you can watch content at the same time; Orange + Blue gives you four simultaneous streams, while Blue gives you only three. If you want more content, you can add a bunch of channel packs and several premium networks.

Philo - Next, we have Philo, which is a single-bundle platform that's super cheap - $20 per month. This bundle of channels does feature Comedy Central, alongside 57 other networks. If you want to customize your plan - tough luck - there are no options to do so; no channel packs, no premium networks, not even any add-ons. What you see is what you get. What we see is a very cheap way to watch a lot of great content, including Hart of the City.

DirecTV Now - Lastly, we have DirecTV Now, which is a versatile platform with tons of bundles. In fact, there are seven bundles to pick between. Two of them were added in the Spring of 2019 - Plus and Max - while the other five bundles got a new name - Entertainment, Choice, Xtra, Ultimate, and Optimo Mas - at the same time, alongside a much larger new price. Comedy Central is part of most of the bundles - Plus, Max, Entertainment, Choice, Xtra, and Ultimate. If you need more customization options, there are quite a few - two Spanish channel packs, three international packs, and a bunch of premium networks.

Can You Binge-Watch Hart of the City?

You sure can! Over on Comedy Central's website, you'll find full episodes that you can check out, as well as additional video clips featuring the comedians that participated in the episodes. The site features both seasons that have already aired and new episodes will get added soon. You do need to sign into an account, however, for which you need credentials from your TV provider, whether a cable company or a live TV service.

You can also purchase the show's episodes and seasons straight from a range of platforms, including Google Play. Some of these platforms list the show as "currently unavailable" but the content may return soon, once the new season airs. We'll make sure to add more platforms if the list is updated soon.

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