How to Watch ‘Mrs. Fletcher’ Online – Live Stream Season 1 Episodes

By Gabriela Vatu / September 22, 2019

We all know that HBO-made series are some of the best out there, so we're quite excited to watch Mrs. Fletcher, a brand new comedy TV show. Furthermore, we're looking to watch this show online, so we'll teach you how to do that too.

Mrs. Fletcher is a show that's based on a novel with the same name signed by Tom Perrotta. The best part is that the series will feature the wonderful Kathryn Hahn in the main role, an actress that you know from what feels like a million movies - Bad Moms, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Hotel Transylvania 3, We're the Millers, Step Brothers, and series like Crossing Jordan, I Love Dick, Transparent, Happyish, Parks and Recreation, and many more.

The new HBO show is a story focusing on Mrs. Eve Fletcher and her son Brendan. Eve is a divorced woman going through somewhat of an existential crisis when her son goes off to college. Deciding she no longer wants to be her old self, she experiences a sexual reawakening, trying out new things that she feels she missed out on when she was younger.

It is unclear at this point exactly how many episodes the show will have. Since this is HBO, however, we're going to estimate that it's not going to be that many; they usually do somewhere between 8 and 10 episodes per season.

When and Where to Watch Mrs. Fletcher?

Mrs. Fletcher will premiere on October 27th on HBO, and the show will air on Sundays at 10:30 PM. We cannot wait for the show to start so we can watch Kathryn Hahn in her new role.

How Can I Live Stream Mrs. Fletcher?

Watching Mrs. Fletcher on HBO is quite easy to do since you can subscribe to the service in a million different ways. HBO's streaming platforms - HBO Go and HBO Now - feature the same content, but they have different ways to log in. For starters, HBO is a premium platform, so whether you're subscribing directly, through a live TV platform, streaming service, or cable company, you're still paying for access.

When subscribing directly to HBO Now, you are getting a 7-day trial, so you can test the service and see whether you like it or not. Given all the content HBO has, we're pretty sure you're going to stick on, however.

When watching online, you need to know that HBO adds all new content at the same time as the shows air on TV. So, new episodes of Mrs. Fletcher will become available on Sundays at 10:30 PM.

The HBO apps work on a wide range of devices - Amazon FireTV, Android TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, fireTV stick, Roku, Samsung TVs, PS4, Xbox One, Android smartphones and tablets, iPads and iPhones, fire tablets, or via a browser. You can easily download the apps for each of your devices. HBO Now is only available in the United States, while HBO Go has multiple localized versions across the world, but you can only use your credentials to log into the one from the US. You could bypass this situation by using a VPN, so click here to learn how to do that.

Here's how you can create a free-trial on HBO and watch Mrs. Fletcher on HBO in the United States:

Other Ways to Watch Mrs. Fletcher and Subscribe to HBO

Amazon Prime Video - If you already have an Amazon Prime subscription, or if you want to get one, you can also add HBO to your subscription. You'll be able to use your credentials to sign in to HBO Now. Start your Amazon Prime month-long trial now!

Hulu - Hulu has two types of plans - video-on-demand and live TV. Regardless of which one you choose, you can still add HBO to your subscription.

PlayStation Vue - You'll find four bundles on PlayStation Vue, and HBO is actually part of one of them, namely Ultra. If you choose any of the other plans, you can still add HBO as an extra channel and pay separately.

What Can I Do to Watch Mrs. Fletcher When I'm Outside of the United States?

Whenever you watch content online, you need to be aware that there are some limitations set in, thanks to the presence of licensing deals. As annoying as this is, it is quite normal for live TV platforms and streaming services to block people's access when they are not in the United States, regardless of their subscription status. HBO Now, HBO Go, Hulu, or PlayStation Vue all have the same issue. The situation can be bypassed with the help of ExpressVPN, which is a VPN that can change your IP address, which will trick the sites into thinking you are still in the United States.

Here's how you can bypass the geo-blockade and watch Mrs. Fletcher outside of the United States:

Can I Watch Mrs. Fletcher on the Official HBO Website?

Well, if we're being honest, HBO's website is mostly the store-front. You can, however, use HBO Now or HBO Go to watch. On HBO Now you can subscribe directly to the service, or you can use credentials from Amazon Prime, Hulu, or PlayStation Vue to sign in to an account. On HBO Go, you can log in to an account with credentials from your cable company. Remember that you need to have HBO added to your subscription, no matter which way you choose to log in.

Can I Binge-Watch Mrs. Fletcher?

As soon as the show starts airing, the episodes will start piling up on HBO. If you don't want to wait a week for each episode, you can wait out until the show's finale airs and then log into HBO Now or HBO Go to binge on them all.

Can I Purchase Mrs. Fletcher Episodes?

Again, you will be able to do this once the episodes start airing. They will become available for purchase, either as individual episodes or a full season, on platforms like Google Play, YouTube, iTunes, Amazon Prime, Microsoft Store, or Vudu. We'll update the article when the show starts airing to add in the links. We advise you to check all of them before making any purchases, to see which one has the better deal for you.

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