USA Network is an American pay television channel of NBCUniversal Television. It broadcasts new series, theatrical release movies, sports programs like WWE, and live tv shows. In addition, USA Network features tv shows in various genres like drama and reality & competition. You can download the USA Network on Apple TV and enjoy the most popular movies like A Bad Moms Christmas, John Wick, Transformers: The Last Knight, and many more.

USA Network on Apple TV

USA Network has a dedicated app on Apple TV that offers live tv shows, series, newly released movies, and past seasons of your favorites. Watch most anticipated content like Chrisley Knows Best, WWE Smackdown, Temptation Island, Miz & Mrs, and more. You can also watch these contents using cable tv providers like DirecTV, Spectrum, Xfinity, Dish, and AT&T.

WWE Smackdown on USA Netwrok

How to Add and Activate USA Network on Apple TV?

Here is a guide to installing the USA Network app on your Apple TV:

#1. Switch on Apple TV and connect it to the Internet.

#2. Launch App Store from the home screen.

Apple TV home screen

#3. On the search bar, type USA Network and click on it.

Search bar on the App Store

#4. Click on the Get option to download the app.

#5. After it gets installed, open USA Network.

#6. You will receive an activation code for your device.

#7. Visit usanetwork.com/activatenbcu from any browser.

#8. Enter the code correctly and click Continue.

USA Network activation webpage

#9. Select your tv provider and log in with valid credentials.

tv providers for USA Network

Congratulations! USA Network is now activated on your Apple TV. Binge-watch favorite movies, full episodes, and tv shows.

USA Shows & movies section

Alternative Method

If you have an Apple TV with a tvOS version below 13.0, you won’t download this app. In that case, you can use AirPlay to stream it from your iOS device. But make sure your device has iOS version 12.0 or later.

Here is a guide to stream USA Network from your iPhone to tv.

#1. Connect your iPhone and Apple TV to the same Wi-Fi network.

#2. Download the USA Network app from the App Store.

#3. Once it gets installed, launch the app.

#4. Navigate to the control center and tap the screen mirroring option.

Screen mirroring on iPhone

#5. From the list, select your Apple TV.

#6. Using AirPlay, it will start streaming the on-demand and VOD content.

Browse for favorite movies, series, and exclusive USA Network special shows.

Popular section on USA Network

Pricing

USA Network is accessible for free with tv provider or streaming service subscription. You can opt for live streaming services to enjoy more benefits like Cloud DVR, offline viewing, multiple devices support, and most importantly, you will get a limited free trial. Some of the best streaming services that offer USA Network are listed below.

How to Watch USA Network Outside the US?

USA Network is available only in the United States and its territories. To access content from anywhere, you need to use a VPN. We recommend ExpressVPN, the fastest and secure VPN service with wide server locations.

Here is a guide to activate VPN and stream USA Network from any location.

#1. Download the ExpressVPN app on your device.

#2. Get a subscription by visiting this webpage expressvpn.com/order from any browser.

#3. Pick a plan, enter your email address and complete the payment process.

#4. You will receive a confirmation via email once it gets activated.

#5. Later, connect to a US server in the ExpressVPN app.

#6. After the successful connection, Launch USA Network and start streaming.

Favorites section of USA Network

USA Network Other Supported Apps

  • iOS
  • Android
  • Roku
  • Amazon Fire TV
  • Android TV
  • Chromecast
  • Xbox One
  • Mac and PC browsers
  • Samsung TV
  • Vizio TV
  • Amazon Fire Tablet

FAQs

1) Does Apple TV have USA Network?

Yes, you can download stream it with a streaming service provider.

2) How can I watch USA Network for free?

Using a 7-day free trial on Sling TV, fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV, you can start watching.