CLARIFICATION: How To Watch Who Do You Think You Are Online Without Cable

The article entitled How To Watch Who Do You Think You Are Online Without Cable (at http://bit.ly/2mAne0j) refers to watching Who Do You Think You Are? on streaming video over the Internet, not to watching it on cable or satellite television.

truTV is the Internet television division of Turner Entertainment Networks, Inc., a Time-Warner company. All references to truTV in the How To Watch Who Do You Think You Are Online Without Cable article refer ONLY to watching television programming over Internet streaming video, not to watching it on cable or satellite television. truTV typically is available via Roku boxes, Amazon Fire TV Stick, and similar “set-top boxes” as well as on Windows and Macintosh computers and on iPad, Android, and similar tablet computers.

Who Do You Think You Are? is also being broadcast on the TLC network, which is available on most cable and satellite television services.

Again, as the article title of How To Watch Who Do You Think You Are Online Without Cable at http://bit.ly/2mAne0j refers ONLY to watching Who Do You Think You Are? on the Internet. For satellite or cable TV, look at TLC.

I have re-worded the original article in hopes of clarifying the differences.

4 Comments

Hi Dick! Thank you for the tips for WDYTYA. I searched Roku for truTV and no luck, also no Turner TV. Really do wish I could get WDYTYA. Out of 4 kids and me, only 1 has regular cable TV, he’s in S CA, beach area. The rest of us have Roku or Google with antennas for local channels. I must be missing or misunderstanding how to get it on my TV. Thank you for your diligence and efforts!

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    truTV apparently is not available on ALL set top boxes. Details about how you can watch tryTV are given at: https://www.cutcabletoday.com/trutv-live-stream/

    I believe truTV is available on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, iOS/Android devices, some smart TVs, and most computers. It is also available on Sling TV which is available for a fee on Roku boxes. (I have Sling TV on my Roku box.)

    However, I am presently on a cruise ship in the middle of the Caribbean right now so it is impossible for me to verify that information today using my own set-top boxes.

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Enjoy your cruise! Thank you for responding!

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Unless you already have a paid subscription to a cable or satellite company you cannot watch truTV on Roku or any other device. Unfortunately many stations are like this now. They are determined to thwart us cable cutters!

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