TV Land is a much-loved American TV Channel and streams comedy shows. It was launched back in 1996 as┬áNick at Nite’s TV Land, owned by ViacomCBS. The streaming content on TV Land includes TV shows, series, and original content. However, the popular titles on TV Land include comedy shows, original shows, and classic sitcoms. If these genres impress you, you can stream TV Land on your Apple TV. Shows that you shouldn’t miss out on TV Land include Happily Divorced, Impostor, The Soul Man, Hot in Cleveland, and The Jim Gaffigan.

How to Get TV Land on Apple TV

TV Land doesn’t have its version of an application on any devices, including your Apple TV. So, we should rely on alternative ways to access the channel. Luckily enough, TV Land is supported by different streaming services on your TV.

Paramount Plus

Paramount Plus

Paramount Plus is the official streaming service from Viacom CBS and streams content from the service. So, you can enjoy shows and sitcoms from TV Land on Paramount Plus on Apple TV. In addition, you can watch movies, series, and shows from Comedy Central, Smithsonian Channel, BET, MTV, CBS, and Nick. Paramount Plus has two different subscription plans for you

  • Ad-based basic Paramount+ plan: $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year.
  • Ad-free Paramount+ plan: $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year.

Philo

Philo

Philo is one of the most affordable live TV streaming services available today. The service streams 60+ live TV channels to stream. You can enjoy streaming your favorite shows from TV Land on Philo. Philo costs you $25 per month and comes with a free 7- day trial.  Also, you can get access to unlimited DVR recording with Philo on Apple TV. Therefore, you can record shows from TV Land and stream the same.

Sling TV

Sling

Sling TV is a popular American Live TV streaming service with your favorite channels. It has two basic subscription tiers, Sling Blue and Sling Orange. These plans have different channel line-ups and are more affordable. Sling TV streams TV Land, and you can enjoy watching the same. Apart from TV Land, watch the news, sports, and other entertainment channels. It includes ESPN, AMC, HGTV, Cartoon Network, Travel Channel, and A&E channels.

  • Sling Orange Basic Plan: Over thirty channels at $30 per month.
  • Sling Blue Basic Plan: Over 45 channels at $35 per month.
  • Also, you can get premium channels on Sling TV as paid add-ons.

fuboTV

TV Land on Apple TV: fuboTV

fuboTV is a must-have live TV streaming service for all sports lovers. It streams popular sports events, including MLB, NFL, NBA, and NHL. Apart from just sports, fuboTV on Apple TV has a lot of entertaining channels, including lifestyle, entertainment, news, sports, movie, and music channels. Similarly, you can get access to shows from TV Land on fuboTV. There are a few different plans on fuboTV.

  • Starter Pack: $64.99 per month
  • Elite Pack: $79.99 per month
  • Latino Quarterly Plan: Three-month subscription plan of $33 per month.

Hulu+Live TV

TV Land on Apple TV: Hulu

Hulu on Apple TV is a popular on-demand streaming service. At the same time, Hulu+Live TV is the tier of Hulu TV that streams your favorite live TV channels. In addition, you can enjoy streaming TV Land on your Apple TV. You can choose to get a Hulu+Live TV subscription. You can stream other news, sports, and entertainment channels if you do so.

  • Ad-based Basic Hulu + Live TV: $64.99/month.
  • Ad-free Premium Hulu + Live TV: $70.99/month.

YouTube TV

YouTube TV

YouTube TV is an American streaming service from Google that streams more than eighty-five live TV channels. Unlike most other live TV options, YouTube TV on Apple TV has local channels. You can stream shows from TV Land on YouTube TV as well. In addition, get access to stream channels like ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, and BBC America. YouTube TV subscription is $64.99 per month and gives you unlimited DVR storage space.

In Conclusion

Now, you have six different ways to stream TV Land on your Apple TV. Even though there is no official app on the device, you can enjoy streaming TV Land on it with these streaming services. If you find the above section useful, visit our blog.