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How to Watch ‘Scream: The TV Series’ Online – Live Stream Season 3

By Gabriela Vatu / July 7, 2019

We hope that you are already familiar with the Scream franchise and perhaps even with the TV series that was launched on MTV back in 2015. While the series had a little success, MTV decided to stop producing it. So, with the incoming season which is set to premiere this summer, Scream is moving on to VH1. If you want to watch the third season of Scream The TV Series, we will help you out.

This third season was first announced back in October 2016. Then, a few months later, in April, MTV said they would do a third season, but with a new cast and setting as part of the reboot process. It's been three years since then, and now the third season of Scream: Resurrection, which is how the season is called, will be heading over to VH1.

The show will premiere on July 8th, 2019, on VH1 and it will take over the 9 p.m. time slot. It looks like the show will even feature Paris Jackson who will be recreating the famous scene from the original 1996 movie featuring Drew Barrymore who answers a call from a mysterious man on Halloween night. Let's see how we can watch this rebooted show online.

How to Watch Scream Online?

For many years now, live TV platforms have given people a new way to watch TV. Unfortunately, unlike other types of content, this one can't be taken to any corner of the world because the platforms have to abide by licensing deals. The issue here is that your IP address will tell the sites what your location is, which will, in turn, get you geoblocked. In order to fix this issue, you will have to subscribe to a VPN service. We will even guide you through this process.

Can You Watch Scream on VH1's Website?

Yes, the VH1 website does feature a live stream that you can access. In order to have access to it, you have to log in to an account with the help of credentials from your live TV service or your cable provider. Since you are looking into watching this show online, however, we do suggest you pick a live TV service.

How to Watch Scream Without Cable?

Live TV platforms have been around for quite a few years now, and they also provide some great services for people who no longer want to deal with cable companies. These services are much cheaper than cable plans are and they come with numerous great features. For instance, there is no contract involved when subscribing to one of these, so you can quit whenever you feel like it without any repercussions. You also get to start watching your favorite shows whenever they start airing without having to worry too much about running back home - you can manage watching anything with as little as a smartphone and an Internet connection. Let's see what options you have.

fuboTV - Topping our list is fuboTV, which is a great platform that carries dozens of sports channels. In recent months they have added loads of entertainment and family channels, which makes the $54.99 per month bundle they offer quite a catch. VH1 is part of the main bundle, so you don't have to add anything extra unless you really want to. There are, of course, quite a few channel packs, as well as plenty of premium networks to choose from.

Sling TV - The next item on the list is Sling TV, which has loads of customization options. You need to start by choosing one of three bundles, namely Orange, Blue, and Orange+Blue, we do have to mention that your choice will influence the number of simultaneous streams that you can enjoy. You will find VH1 in one of the channel packs that Sling TV offers, called Lifestyle, which will cost you an additional $5 per month. A few other packs are available if you need more content, as well as quite a few premium networks.

Philo - The next service that makes our list is Philo, which is a single bundle platform with a single channel. The main bundle they offer is called 58 Channels, reflecting exactly the number of networks that you will find available here. VH1 is present here and there are actually no other places it could be because there are no extra channel packs. There are also no premium networks, so what you see is what you get with this service at $20 per month.

DirecTV Now - We also have DirecTV Now on the list, which is the platform that features seven bundles in total. Two of these bundles were added earlier this year, Plus and Max, while the other five bundles were simply given a new name and a new price - Entertainment, Choice, Xtra, Ultimate, and Optimo Mas. VH1 is a pretty popular Channel, as it is present in all bundles. If you want more variety in your TV-watching, there are two packs that you can add quite easily, featuring Spanish channels, as well as three packs featuring International channels, and quite a few premiums like HBO, Cinemax, or Showtime.

Can You Binge-Watch Scream?

If you want to enjoy the first two seasons of Scream or watch the new season, later on, you will be able to find the episodes online. Right now, the first two seasons are available to watch on Netflix, but you can also purchase the episodes, or the or the full seasons from sites like Google Play, YouTube, iTunes, Microsoft Store, Vudu, or Amazon Prime. Make sure you check all the links we provided because these platforms can offer various deals on episodes or the entire series depending on where you make the purchase.

Once the new season starts airing, the new episodes will be available to watch on VH1's website. There, you will find that you need to log into an account in order to have access to the videos for which you'll need TV provider credentials.

We would love to hear back from you so you can tell us which platform you chose to watch Scream The TV Series on, so please drop us a comment in the section below the article. Share the article online with friends and family so they can find a new way to enjoy this show as well. You can also follow TechNadu on Facebook and Twitter to get access to more tech news, guides, reviews, and interviews.



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