All followers of Manzo’d with Children can relate to having to miss an episode of the series because of previously unforeseen circumstances. Whether it’s due to having kids of your own who need to be put to bed, a busy schedule which puts you in bed before prime time begins, or just the occasional brain-fart that has you pursuing some new recipe or blog post (we can relate, trust me) rather than tuning into your show of choice, you’ll want to have some way of viewing the latest episode without having to wait for the season to start airing in reruns. If you don’t have any way to record the show, the best path may lie in streaming TV online.
You may find the episode you need on BravoTV.com. But that’s not a sure thing, as the newest episodes of any show, not just Manzo’d, are usually not put onto the site until a while after they’re aired. If you really need to be up-to-date, it’d be best to try elsewhere.
Hulu is a better bet. Its library of old and current TV is truly enormous, and Bravo alone has a great selection featured on the site. A small sample of Bravo’s programming on Hulu can be seen in this image:
If you have Armstrong, BendBroadband, Consolidated Communications, DISH, Grande Communications, Mediacom, Optimum, Suddenlink, orVerizon (phew!) you can sign into the service and catch the newest Manzo’d with Children episodes almost as soon as they air. If you lack any of these providers, sadly, you’ll have to either pay for the service, or watch only the short highlights provided to non-paying viewers.
You’re OK with paying, but don’t feel like a full subscription to Hulu is right for you? Then you have even better options available for streaming Manzo’d and other Bravo programming. YouTube has its own page for MWC, same as most of its other current and former shows. The linked channel has every episode of Manzo’d with Children up to the latest – for $1.99 per episode, you can see any of Caroline Manzo and the kids’ exploits. Now, if you haven’t just missed an episode or two, and are perhaps getting into the show for the first time, YouTube may not be the best bang for your buck.
iTunes provides episodes of Manzo’d with Children at $2.99 per episode for the latest season, and $1.99 for season 1. But before you mention that this is the same as YouTube’s rate for a first-time watcher, and higher if you’re a returning MWC viewer, notice that you can also buy a season pass for $14.99 each. Which means if you want to marathon a season, you can do so at a discount.
If you just don’t have the disposable income to spend on Hulu, YouTube or iTunes, then for now you may be out of luck. While some networks provide a mobile app on which you can catch their programs for free with your download, such as HBO’s HBO Go app, that’s one bandwagon Bravo has yet to catch. Of course anything’s possible, and with streaming TV being a newly flourishing market, the chances that Bravo will eventually make their own television available via mobile are high. If it ever happens, we’ll be sure to clue you in, right here!
For now, you’ve got our best advice on seeing Manzo’d with Children online. If you’ve got any options of your own, please drop us a line! Also, if you want to find out when the next season of Manzo’d With Children is going to air, or any other Bravo shows, you can check out our Bravo TV series premiere schedule page.