The following guide will tell you everything you need to know about how to watch E! online. You can watch the E! live stream and catch your favorite shows when they air on cable, or you can watch E! on demand and watch new and old shows whenever it is convenient for you, from a variety of devices. These great low-cost services will ensure that you don’t have to miss anything on E!, and you won’t have to pay an unnecessary cable bill ever again.
Use Sling TV to Watch E! Online
Sling TV is currently the easiest, most affordable way to watch E! streaming without cable. Sling is often our top recommendation for new cord-cutters, because it offers a ton of great channels at a very reasonable cost.
With plans starting at just $20 a month for 25+ channels, there’s a ton of value in a Sling TV subscription. E! is not included in the basic package, but is instead included in the Lifestyle Extra package for an additional $5 a month. This package includes E!, VH1, Oxygen, Cooking Channel, and more. So, in total you’re looking at $25 a month for access to 30+ great TV channels, which you can watch LIVE just like if you had cable (without the sky high bill!)
With Sling, you can kick back and watch E! on Apple TV, Roku, computers, Chromecast, Xbox One, mobile devices, smart TVs and more. Really, most major devices are compatible with Sling TV, and they’re adding more every day. We have a full list in our Sling TV review.
Speaking of devices, want a free one? If you sign up for 3 months of Sling and prepay in advance, you’ll get a FREE Roku 2 streaming player! Or, choose instead to go with $60 off an Apple TV! Both are fantastic deals. Do note that these deals do change, but if you follow the links you’ll be redirected to the most up-to-date offer from Sling TV.
Sling TV also offers a free trial – click here to try it FREE for a full week!
Watch E! Live Stream through Playstation Vue
If you want to watch E! live stream, Playstation Vue is a good way to do it without cable. Playstation Vue not only gives you access to the E! live stream, but you also get access to as many as 60 popular cable channels including TNT, TBS, AMC, Syfy, and the Sundance Channel. There are no contracts with Playstation Vue. You pay $29.99 a month, and you can cancel at any time! In addition to the live stream offerings, Vue does have an on-demand library of content as well.
You can watch E! on Roku, PS3, PS4, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, or on your iPad. Currently, you can only watch Vue from home, however, as mobile viewing is restricted.
Read our full review on Playstation Vue and make sure to sign up for the free 7-day trial to test out the service. The trial offer is a great way to legally watch E! online free of charge.
Watch E! Online with Hulu
Hulu is one of the most popular streaming networks available right now. If you’re a cable cutter, Hulu is one of the best ways to keep you up-to-date on the most popular cable shows. Within a few weeks, and sometimes as soon as within a day after new episodes air on their television networks, the shows are brought to Hulu. When it comes to E!, there are plenty of shows available, including, but certainly not limited to: Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Total Divas, Burning Love, and The Soup.
In addition to new episodes available on a regular schedule, Hulu offers full seasons of a wide variety of older shows and a movie library that includes films from the Criterion Collection. You can stream Hulu on nearly every device, so you can watch it anywhere you want. Prices are competitive to many other streaming networks. For $7.99 a month, you can enjoy Hulu with a limited number of commercials. If you want to ditch the commercials, you can pay for an ad-free Hulu for $11.99 a month.
Check out our full review of Hulu here and don’t forget to sign up for Hulu’s free 7-day trial so you can enjoy your favorite E! shows today!
If you have any questions about how to watch E! online, just leave us a comment, and we’ll do our best to help you figure things out. Make sure to look through our other guides for all the information you need to watch TV online.