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Watching Married at First Sight is great, but watching the addictive Lifetime reality series online is 10 times better. That’s because you can do so at your convenience and on-demand. The delectable drama  of freshly married couples who met within moments of taking their vows is one of the best reality series going. And there’s no better way to stream the delectable drama—in which couples who just met exchange vows and then figure out how to live with each other—than with Sling TV.

Sling TV offers all of your favorite cable channels with packages starting at just $25 per month. Here’s everything you need to know about Sling TV and how it will update the way you watch TV.

What is Sling TV?

Sling TV is a pioneer in streaming live TV. The apps works with pretty much any streaming device you might already own—Google Chromecast, Xbox One, Android TV, Roku, Apple TV, Android Fire Stick, and Amazon Fire TVs, Oculus Go, and iOS and Android devices—allowing you to easily stream at home or on the move. Depending on your package, you can stream on up to four devices from a single account at the same time, ensure you don’t have to fight your spouse over what to stream.

Sling TV offers three basic packages and a whole suite of premium add-ons. There are seemingly endless combinations of channels, helping you create a collection that’s custom-suited to your needs. Best of all, there are no long-term contracts or hidden fees.

If you want to watch Married at First Sight on Sling TV, here’s what you need to know.

How to watch Married at First Sight on Sling TV

1) Sling Orange

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Sling Blue

Cost: $25 per month

To watch Married at First Sight, you need access to Lifetime. Luckily, the channel famous for steamy dramas, tear-jerking dramas, and Unsolved Mysteries reruns is available in both basic Sling TV packages. Sling Orange comes with ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN3, which is enough to satisfy most sports fans. You’ll also get access to Disney Channel and Freeform, which is a must if there are tweens in your household. 

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2) Sling Blue

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Cost: $25 per month

If sports aren’t paramount when it comes to picking a cable package, Sling Blue offers a few more channels than Sling Orange for the same price. You won’t get any ESPN channels, Disney, or Freeform, but you’ll still get Lifetime. Plus, this package comes with entertainment venues like TLC, STFY, FX and its sister network FXX. And while you can’t watch ESPN, FS1 and FS2, NBCSN, and NFL Network will scratch your sports itch. This package also comes with your local Fox and NBC affiliates in select markets. 

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3) Sling Orange + Blue

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Sling Orange + Blue

Cost: $40 per month

Sometimes, it’s hard to pick favorites, even if it’s something as simple as a cable package. So don’t pick between Sling Orange and Sling Blue. Get both of them. Sling TV makes it worth your while, offering a 20 percent discount when you nab both packages together. With this package, a single subscription lets you stream on up to four devices at once, and you’ll get all of the channels you see above. 

Whichever package you get, you’ll gain access to Lifetime, to watch Married at First Sight online. Lifetime is also the home of other reality hits including Project Runway All Stars, Dance Moms, Bring It!, and the essential docuseries Surviving R. Kelly.

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Sling TV entertainment add-ons

If you want to maximize the entertainment possibilities with Sling TV, here are a few optional add-ons to glam up your subscription package, in addition to premium channels like Showtime and Starz.

1) Lifestyle Extra: Sling Orange

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Cost: $5 per month

Sling Orange has ESPN, but it’s missing a handful of great channels that showcase everything from music, home improvement, and of course, people making yummy grub for you to drool over. Here’s the complete breakdown:

  • VH1
  • BET
  • Cooking Channel
  • DIY Network
  • FYI
  • Hallmark Channel
  • WE TV
  • Lifetime Movies
  • Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
  • Hallmark Drama
  • Vibrant TV Network
  • Z Living
  • Afro

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2) Lifestyle Extra: Sling Blue

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Cost: $5 per month

This package is a minor variation of Lifestyle Extra: Sling Orange. Like the package above, this selection of channels offers a healthy dose of reality television, DIY shows, and made-for-TV movies.

  • VH1
  • E!
  • Oxygen
  • Cooking Channel
  • DIY Network
  • FYI
  • Hallmark Channel
  • WE TV
  • Lifetime Movies
  • Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
  • Hallmark Drama
  • Vibrant TV Network
  • Z Living
  • Afro

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3) Sling TV Cloud DVR

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Cost: $5 per month

Just because Sling TV isn’t connected to a big black box that rests near your flatscreen doesn’t mean you can’t record shows to watch whenever you want. For only $5 more per month, you’ll be able to record up to 50 hours of TV from any device, anywhere. That way, you can fast-forward through all those pesky commercials, which drive any bonafide streamer bananas. You’ll have access to your recorded shows as long as you’re a Sling TV customer, so feel free to stockpile your favorite shows. Sling TV even allows you to record multiple shows at once.

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Jaime Carrillo

Jaime Carrillo

Jaime Carillo is a writer for Pure Nintendo and a plucky YouTube cook. He specializes in writing about console gaming and kitchen gadgets. It comes naturally, considering he's either wielding a massive cleaver or Switch Pro controller at any given point. When he's not cruising through a drive-thru at 2am, he's baking shokupan or whipping up a big pot of Japanese curry. He enjoys retro gaming, geopolitics, and Vic Berger videos.