Chill Out and Check Out Lodge 49 Live Online: Stream First Season

By Gabriela Vatu / April 26, 2019

Another cool show that's returning for a second season this summer is Lodge 49 over on AMC. If you want to make sure you can watch Lodge 49 live online with the rest of us, we've got your back.

The comedy-drama TV series premiered back in 2018 with ten episodes, two years after AMC put in the order for the series. The show was quickly renewed for a second season which is scheduled to return to screens on August 12th, 2019.

The series focuses on a local surfer from Long Beach, California, called Dud, played by Wyatt Russell. After the death of his father and the collapse of the family business, he's in an everlasting drift and tries his best to find his way back to the way of life he used to lead.

If you want to watch the second season of Lodge 49 live online, tune in on AMC on Mondays at 10 PM. Let's see how you can watch the show!

Can You Watch Lodge 49 Live on AMC?

Yes, it's possible to do this because AMC's website does feature a live stream. The site requires you to log into an account in order to watch, but you'll need to prove to AMC that you pay for a TV subscription somewhere and that the plan includes the network. You can use a cable provider or a live TV platform account, so it doesn't matter which one you have. We do suggest you cut the cord if you're interested in watching TV online. We'll discuss the platforms that feature AMC next.

What Live TV Platforms Can Help You Watch Lodge 49?

It has become easier than ever to watch TV online nowadays with the many live TV platforms that have been launched. And it makes perfect sense for this to happen too, since we already do so many other things online, from watching our favorite shows to chatting with our friends, looking at cat videos, reading books and the news, and so on. Live TV platforms have become a better option in recent years because they're cheaper than cable is and you can customize the plan to some extent. Plus, if you are no longer happy with the service, you can always cancel the subscription since there is no contract to stop you from this. The best thing, however, is that you can watch your shows wherever you may be when they start, as long as you have an Internet connection and a smartphone. Let's see what options you have.

fuboTV - At the top of the list, we have fuboTV, which is a great service that comes with two bundles to pick from. While you may not see the fubo Extra bundle on the main page of the platform, you will find it bundled up with some extra features for a better price once you start the subscription process. You can find AMC on both bundles, so you're good to go to watch Lodge 49. You can customize your subscription by adding channel packs and premium networks too.

Sling TV - The list continues with Sling TV, which is one of the most versatile platforms we encountered, giving users loads of customization options. But first, you start off with the three bundles it offers users - Orange, Blue, and Orange + Blue, with AMC being a part of all three. There are loads of packs with channels grouped by theme if you want to add some, and plenty of premium networks too. One of these networks is actually AMC Premiere ($5/mo).

Philo - Our list continues with Philo, which is one of the simpler platforms we encountered. There's only one bundle on Philo now and it costs $20 for a month, which is quite an impressive price, especially since it has almost 60 channels. There are also no channel packs to add, nor are there any premium networks or even add-ons. What you see is what you get.

YouTube TV - Next is another single-bundle platform - YouTube TV. This one is as straight as it comes too since the monthly subscription costs $50 per month. You can't even customize the plan by adding channel packs since there are none, but you have quite a list of premium networks and other a-la-carte channels. They even have AMC Premiere ($5/mo) in there, which will give you access to shows a bit earlier and without ads.

DirecTV Now - We also have DirecTV Now on the list, which is a decent service that recently went through a bunch of changes. There are now seven bundles to pick from. Two of them are new, namely Plus and Max, while the other five are the older ones that got a new name and a new price, namely Entertainment, Choice, Xtra, Ultimate, and Optimo Mas. Sadly, AMC isn't part of the two new bundles which were a bit cheaper, but they are a part of all the older bundles. Their prices, however, start at $86 per month and go up to $135 per month. You can still add a bunch of packs featuring Spanish or international channels, and several premium networks.

PlayStation Vue - The list concludes with PlayStation Vue, which is a really cool platform. There are four bundles they offer here, namely Access, Core, Elite, and Ultra. AMC is a part of all of them, which should shift your selection process to other channels the bundles may feature or the subscription price. There are also a couple of channel packs you can add if you want, as well as several premium networks. The service also features some of the best perks we saw - great cloud DVR, awesome simultaneous streaming, and even a split screen feature.

What Can You Do If You Travel Abroad and Can't Watch Lodge 49?

One thing you need to know about American live TV platform and streaming services - they're all geoblocked. Due to licensing deals, these platforms can't broadcast any of the content beyond the United States. So, even if you are a subscriber of the service, if you travel abroad, you no longer get to access the service. This is quite annoying, we know. Well, the good news is that there is something you can do about this because these platforms work like any website out there and know your location by reading your IP address. If you were to have a US IP address, you'd have no issues. And that's exactly what a VPN can give you. Let's see how you can do this.

How Can You Binge on Lodge 49?

We're still a bit away from August, so there are no new episodes to enjoy, but the first season of Lodge 49 is available online. The AMC website does feature extras from the episodes, but not the actual show, so you'll have to head over to Hulu and enjoy the full first season.

If you really like the show and want to own the seasons and episodes, you can go ahead and purchase them from various platforms including Amazon Prime, YouTube, Google Play, iTunes, Microsoft Store, and Vudu. Check them all out in case they have some deals you may want to take advantage of.

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