How to Watch ‘Man’s Greatest Food’ Online: Live Stream Season 3

By Gabriela Vatu / July 10, 2019

For a few years now, Roger Mooking's Man's Greatest Food show has been quite a hit, so we are hoping that you are looking forward to watching season three online.

The show follows Rodger Mooking travel around the country searching for the best food he can find, whether we're talking about steaks or barbecue, or seafood, or even sandwiches. Of course, since this is Rodger Mooking we're talking about, and this is the United States, we're also going to find the best hamburgers.

The show premiered back in 2017, which means that it is now starting up its third season. The new episodes will start airing on July 17th, and we are going to see a rerun on the following day. If you want to watch Man's Greatest Food, we are going to give you a helping hand.

How to Watch Man's Greatest Food Online?

It has been quite a while now that we've all started preferring watching TV over the internet. Well, we might consider that we have complete freedom, things aren't precisely like so because there are licensing deals in place, preventing companies from allowing people abroad to broadcast the content. That being said, this is a problem that is closely related to people's IP addresses, which are very easy to change if you'll just subscribe to a VPN service. Let's see how you're going to make this work.

Can You Watch Man's Greatest Food on the Cooking Channel's Website?

The Cooking Channel's website does feature a live stream that you can access. In order to do this, you're going to have to log into an account with your TV provider credentials, which can be either a cable company or a live TV service. We do suggest you go with the latter, however, because these are going to allow you to watch a lot more content over the internet.

How to Watch Man's Greatest Food Without Cable?

In recent years there has been a rise in live TV platforms, which means that you now have a lot of options if you want to watch TV over the internet. These platforms come at a much better price than cable TV does, and there are no contracts involved, which means that you can unsubscribe at any time without any repercussions. There is also the fact that you can travel across the country and continue watching your favorite shows whenever they start; all you need is a supported device and an internet connection. Let's see what platforms are going to help you out.

fuboTV - We're going to kick off our list with fuboTV which is a great platform for sports lovers, but also for the whole family thanks to the many entertainment channels they have added in the past few months. There is a single bundle here called fubo which costs $54.99 per month and will get you access to dozens of channels. If you're looking for the Cooking Channel, however, you're going to have to pay a bit more because it is available in the Extra pack which cost $5.99 per month. You can further customize your platform by adding other channel packs, as well as quite a few premium networks.

Sling TV - We are continuing with Sling TV, which is a great platform that comes with three bundles to pick from, namely Orange, Blue, and Orange+Blue. In fact, if you're looking for the Cooking Channel, you're going to have to add one of the many channel packs they have available, namely Lifestyle, which will cost you an additional $5 per month. Sling TV also features a lengthy list of premium networks that you can add.

Philo - We also have Philo on the list, which is a single-bundle platform that offers quite a simplistic view on cord cutting. There is only one bundle that you can enjoy here, called 58 Channels and it only costs $20 per month. The Cooking Channel is available through this bundle, which makes sense when you find out that there are really no extra packs or even premium networks. What you see is what you get with Philo.

Hulu - The list continues with Hulu, which is a great platform we are pretty sure that you are familiar with. The $44.99 per month subscription covers access to thousands of channels, as well as the full video-on-demand library that Hulu has. You're going to have to look for the Cooking Channel in the entertainment add-on which will cost you an additional $7.99 per month. There is another pack you can add if you really want to, as well as several premium networks, including Showtime and HBO.

DirecTV Now - The next item on the list is quite a versatile service featuring seven bundles to choose from. Two of these were added earlier this year, namely Plus and Max, while the other five bundles have been around for a long time but were simply given a new name and the new price. Unfortunately, the Cooking Channel isn't available in the two newer bundles, but you can find it in three of the more expensive ones, namely Choice, Extra, and Ultimate.

PlayStation Vue - The list continues with one of our favorite platforms to encounter, namely PlayStation Vue. This one comes with some really great features for subscribers such as enough cloud DVR storage space for 500 programs and five simultaneous streams, which is more than we can say about competitors. There are four bundles on PlayStation Vue, but the cooking channel is only available in three of them, namely Core, Elite, and Ultra. On PlayStation Vue, it is possible to add a couple of channel packs as well as several premium networks if you so desire.

Can You Binge-Watch Man's Greatest Food?

There are some ways that you can binge-watch Man's Greatest Food, but it's not going to be over the Cooking Channel website, at least not right now. We also didn't find the show over on platforms like Netflix or Hulu, but we did find the show available for purchase on platforms like a Google Play, YouTube, iTunes, Microsoft Store, Vudu, or Amazon Prime. Make sure to check all these links before making a purchase because they have deals running from time to time so you may get the show at a better price.

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