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How to Watch ‘Supersize My Pool’ Online – Live Stream Season 1

Written by Gabriela Vatu
Last updated July 5, 2019

It's summer so what better time to watch a show like Supersize My Pool, right? Well, this new HGTV series is landing in July and we can't wait to watch. Let's see how you can enjoy Supersize My Pool online!

Supersize My Pool is a brand new show that will premiere on July 6th, at 9 PM ET/PT. The show is hosted by none other than Mario Lopez, whom you may remember from Saved by the Bell back in the day. Mario will surprise families that really need to have their backyards upgraded with nicer, safer pools. He'll also add in things like hot tubs, waterslides, caves, and grottos, which aren't necessary but surely are a great addition.

Certainly, we can't wait to see what he can come up with and daydream about a day by the pool as well. Let's see how you can watch Supersize My Pool too.

How to Supersize My Pool Online?

While we may see the Internet as completely free and that we can take our content anywhere we go, that's not exactly true because there are licensing deals in place that prevent us from this. In fact, you won't be able to take your live TV services or streaming platforms outside of the United States. If this is your situation, you simply need to find a way to change your IP address, since that's the one that gives out your location. We suggest you look into subscribing to a VPN service. We'll help you through it.

Can You Watch Supersize My Pool on the HGTV Website?

Yes, the HGTV website features a live stream you can access quite easily. If you want to access it, however, you need to log into an account. In order to do this, you have to use your TV provider credentials, whether those come from a cable company or a live TV service. Since you want to watch online, however, we do suggest you go for the live TV platform.

How to Watch Supersize My Pool Without Cable?

Nowadays, it has become so easy to watch TV online so you can enjoy your favorite content wherever you may go. Live TV services are far cheaper these days than cable is, which means you get to save some money each month. You can also quit your subscription at any time you no longer feel like it's right for you because there is no contract to keep you there. Plus, all you need to watch is a supported device and an Internet connection. Let's see what options you have.

fuboTV - We're staring our list with fuboTV, which is a versatile platform that was built for sports fans. Nowadays, they have added dozens of entertainment channels so the whole family can enjoy the service. There's a single bundle that you can get and it will cost you $54.99 per month. You'll find HGTV in the main bundle, so you don't have to add anything else unless you really want to. Talking of which, there are quite a few packs you can get, as well as premium networks.

Sling TV - We have Sling TV next on the list, which is a platform that features three bundles called Orange, Blue, and Orange + Blue. HGTV is a channel that is present in all three bundles, so you can pick the one you like best, although you should keep in mind that this decision will influence the number of simultaneous streams you get to enjoy. Pro tip: Orange + Blue comes with four streams. You can customize your service by adding loads of channel packs and quite a few premiums too.

Hulu - The next recommendation is Hulu, which is a platform that everyone has heard of. The subscription costs $44.99 per month and you only have one bundle to choose here, which will give you access to dozens of channels, as well as the whole video-on-demand library. HGTV is a channel that's available in this bundle so you don't necessarily need to add any of the extra packs Hulu offers unless you want to. There are also a few premium networks if you want some of those too.

YouTube TV - Next, we have YouTube TV, which is a great service that features a single bundle of channels. For $49.99 per month, the service grants you access to dozens of channels, as well as some really cool features, including our favorite - unlimited Cloud DVR storage space. Since YouTube TV features no channel packs, HGTV is part of the main bundle. You can, however, add any of the premium networks that are available.

DirecTV Now - The list continues with DirecTV Now, which is a platform that features seven bundles. The first two bundles are called Plus and Max, and they are relatively fresh, but none of them features HGTV. The other five bundles have been around for a long time but they used to have a different name and a different price. HGTV is only part of Entertainment, Choice, Xtra, and Ultimate, missing from the Optimo Mas bundle which is mostly comprised of Spanish channels. Talking of which, there are two packs featuring Spanish channels you can add to your subscription, along with three international packs, and several premium networks.

PlayStation Vue - The last one on our list is PlayStation Vue, which is a service that features four bundles - Access, Core, Elite, and Ultra. HGTV is part of all of them so you'll have to choose based on which one has the right channel combination and the right price for you. If you want to customize your plan, you can add a few extra packs, as well as several premium networks, including HBO. The platform comes with access to enough cloud DVR storage space for 500 programs and five simultaneous streams, as well as a unique feature - a split-screen that enables users to watch three different programs at the same time.

Can You Binge-Watch Supersize My Pool?

As soon as the episodes of Supersize My Pool start airing, you're going to be able to stream them over on HGTV's website. In order to do this, you'll need to log into your account with the credentials you got from your live TV service. HGTV shows also usually land on Hulu's video-on-demand service, so you should be able to also find Supersize My Pool in there in no time.

Furthermore, the episodes should also become available to purchase from platforms like Google Play, YouTube TV, iTunes, Amazon Prime, Microsoft Store, or Vudu. We'll make sure to update when they become available and you should make sure to check them all in case any of them features a better price for the episode you want.

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