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What To Stream This Weekend: ‘Hot Girls Wanted,’ ‘Feud’ Season Finale, ‘Girlboss,’ NBA & NHL Playoffs

By Steph Myers / April 21, 2017 / Tags:

Here’s this weekend’s top TV to stream, plus where to watch and how to get access (even for free or without cable).

Hot Girls Wanted
‘Hot Girls Wanted,’ a new documentary series on porn and the internet, is coming out on Netflix.

This weekend’s TV watchlist of the top shows, sports, and movies to stream is in the table below. You’ll find channels, times, live streams, and — if you don’t have cable or want to watch for free — the best ways to get access.

Don’t Have A TV Login Or Subscription?

If something you want to stream requires login with a TV provider, or a paid subscription, and you don’t have one, don’t fret. You can probably still watch it. Here are your best options:

1. Kodi. You can use Kodi to stream virtually any show, sports event, or movie — for free — live or on-demand. See how to get started with Kodi. If you’re familiar with Kodi, then see our list of the best Kodi add-ons for reliable sources to watch what you want. If you’re mostly interested in watching live, see our Kodi live TV guide.

2. Streaming services. You may be able to get access for cheap by using a steaming service in place of cable/satellite TV. See today’s best cable TV alternatives for an overview of the options. Take advantage of the free trials to test them out and stream free TV for a while.

Here’s the short-list, in case you’re in a hurry:

– FuboTV for sports or TV shows
YouTube TV (includes CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX, CW — BUT it’s only available in a handful of cities; see how to get YouTube TV in any location)
– Sling TV
– PlayStation Vue

Stream Live Sports

If you’re having trouble getting access to a sports stream, go to our sports streaming section for help live streaming the top sports events happening now — including MLB, NBA, and NHL games. Also see our always-up-to-date guide on how to watch sports online. This has a bunch of great options for all the major sports.

Sport-specific help:

For today’s MLB games, see how to watch MLB baseball online — including how to avoid blackouts on MLB.TV.

To watch today’s NBA action, see how to live stream NBA games, even for free or without cable.

If you’re looking for help streaming NHL hockey, see how to watch every NHL live stream.

Soccer fans, go here to get access to watch today’s matches live online.

Watch On-Demand

If you have cable, try the website of the network airing the show you want to watch. Networks often have full episodes of shows available to stream on-demand after logging in with your TV provider.

If you don’t have cable, see if the show/episode is available to watch on-demand on Amazon Video. You can get a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime and stream away for free.

You can also use Kodi to watch virtually any TV show on-demand. Kodi has legal issues of its own, but when used the smart way it’s much safer than downloading TV episodes from a piracy site. We recommend you avoid illegal downloading, as you can get sued and slapped with hefty fines. See our Kodi guide for beginners to get started.

What To Stream This Weekend: Friday, April21–Sunday, April 23

Can’t access a stream from your location? See how to stream blocked content from anywhere.

All times ET.

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