How to watch Travel Channel on Smart TV

With a subscription to live TV and entire episodes of your favorite shows like Ghost Adventures, Mysteries at the Museum, The Dead Files, and more, you can watch Travel Channel whenever you want using It is included with your TV package for free. Enter your TV provider’s username and password to log in. New episodes are added regularly. With one of these subscription platforms, you can watch Travel Channel live without cable: Philo, fuboTV, Hulu With Live TV, Sling TV, AT&T TV, or YouTube TV. We’ll help you determine which choice is better for you in this post. Let’s get this party underway!

Sling TV

Sling TV has two simple packages to choose from. Sling Orange costs $30 per month and includes about 30 channels, while Sling Blue costs $35 per month and includes about 45 channels. For $50 a month, you can get 53+ channels by combining Orange and Blue. Travel Channel is available on both Sling Blue and Sling Orange, so you can choose which one is best for you. HGTV, Food Network, BBC America, and a slew of other networks are also available.

Sling TV offers a wide range of application support. You can watch on the go using any new iOS or Android phone or tablet, as well as your laptop’s web browser. Many other modern streaming services, such as Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Xbox One, and some Samsung Smart TVs, are also supported.


Philo only offers a single channel bundle, which costs $20 per month and includes 56+ channels. Travel Channel and HGTV, BET, Comedy Central, Nick, VH1, and other entertainment and lifestyle networks are available on Philo.

However, one place where Philo falls short is system support. Philo is now available to watch on the Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and Apple TV and a web browser and an iOS app.

Hulu with Live TV

There is only one streaming package available for Hulu With Live TV. For $64.99 a month, you get between 40-70 channels, depending on your position in the world. Travel Channel and Fox News, Fox Sports, Lifetime, TNT, ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNews, CNN, and the Smithsonian Channel are included in this package.

Web browsers, iOS and Android, Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox One/360 consoles, Nintendo Switch, and some Samsung/LG smart TVs are all supported Hulu With Live TV.

So you can choose any of these three streaming platforms or choose from a range of other platforms like YouTube TV, AT&T TV, or fuboTV to find the pack that suits you the best!