For anyone who’s excited for the premiere of The Real Housewives of D.C., but worried that that you may miss the season premiere episodes or maybe even some other episodes, don’t get down in the dumps! There are plenty of ways to watch TV from your laptop or PC, and I’m here to help you out.
First of all, check Bravotv.com. It’s not a surefire way to be up to date with Bravo programming, and it may not be streaming Housewives of D.C. at the moment, but Bravo’s home-base is a good starting point if you’re looking for recent episodes streaming for free.
If the Real Housewives of D.C. episodes you crave aren’t available on Bravo’s official website, browse Hulu next! It’s often said to be one of the best resources for watching TV online. If you don’t take my word for it, just look at one page of their Bravo picks:
Users of cable/satellite providers Armstrong, BendBroadband, Consolidated Communications, DISH, Grande Communications, Mediacom, Optimum, Suddenlink, and Verizon can sign in and watch tons of Bravo TV at their leisure. Users of other providers will have to settle for watching short excerpts from the section, or pay a monthly fee to get their full service. Still, worth a look just for the sheer amount of choices you’ll have on hand.
Say you are willing to pay to get acquainted with the Real Housewives of D.C. action; don’t commit to Hulu just yet! If there are just a few essential episodes you want to watch again, move on over to Youtube.com, where Bravo has set up separate channels for most of their current and former programming. Real Housewives of D.C., for example, can be found here. Individual installments of the Housewives of D.C. saga cost $1.99 to stream.
If you only want a few episodes, or are just getting into the series and want a sample before you decide whether or not to jump in, Youtube is probably the best choice for you. If you want to binge watch the last season and fast, give iTunes a shot! They offer the same price as Youtube per individual episode at $1.99, but also give you the choice of a package-deal discount, with all of the first season available for $19.99. Perfect if you’re anticipating season 2 and want to make yourself a collection to sit back with!
So far, Bravo has yet to make any plans of a mobile app known. No HBO Go equivalent for us, *sigh…* However, watching TV on the go has never been so trendy, which means they may make one available someday soon! If that day comes to pass, you best believe we’ll be waiting right here with you.
But nonetheless, now you’ve got our best advice for getting back on track with The Real Housewives of D.C. We’re all hoping for that new season, so keep your fingers crossed, and stick with us!