How to watch ‘Royal Crackers’ without cable

How to watch ‘Royal Crackers’ without cable
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What happens when the children of wealthy scions turn out to be less business savvy than the previous generation? “Royal Crackers” centers on a time-honored American character: the fail son. When cracker magnate Theo Hornsby’s health takes a bad turn, he must trust his empire to the last two people who should be running it: his kids. 

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“Royal Crackers” premieres April 2, at 11 p.m. on the Adult Swim block on Cartoon Network. You can access Cartoon Network on Philo, which is one of the easiest ways to stream live cable. 

Where can you watch Royal Crackers?

“Royal Crackers” will air on the Adult Swim block on Cartoon Network will. You can stream “Royal Crackers” live on Cartoon Network on Philo. The cable streaming service cost $25 per month and there’s no contract commitment so you can cancel at any time. There is also a free seven-day trial to let you test the service. While there are no premium plans, you do have the option of to add Starz for an extra $9 per month or Epix for an extra $6 per month.

Sign up for Philo

Philo hosts more than 70 cable channels including IFC, Comedy Central, Vice, TLC and of course MTV. Along with access to these channels, you also gain access to on-demand shows and movies including “The Office,” The Golden Girls” and “Yellowstone,” as well as plenty of other Adult Swim programs like “The Eric Andre Show” and “Rick and Morty.” Along with access to live and on-demand content you can also use a cloud DVR to record shows for up to a year.

What is Royal Crackers about?

Like many wealthy families in American history, the fortunes of the Hornsby’s have taken a major dip. Patriarch Theo Hornsby founded Royal Crackers, a booming snack concern. After his health took a turn for the worse, his son Theo Jr. (Andrew Santino) took the reigns. As Theo Sr. slips into a coma, Theo Jr. and his ex nu-metal rocker brother Stebe (Jason Ruiz) must battle for control of the cracker empire while trying to keep the company from going under.

The first three episodes of “Royal Crackers” will premiere on Sunday, April 2 at 11 p.m. New episodes will air in the following weeks on Adult Swim, and the day after on HBO max. You can watch the first episode of “Royal Crackers” in its entirety on YouTube.

How can you sign up for Philo? 

You can sign up for Philo at the website or through one of the Philo apps. You must provide a mobile number or email address and payment information. Philo costs $25 a month and you can cancel anytime. You can stream Philo on Android, iOS, Fire OS, Roku, Android TV, Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, in supported web browsers (Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Mozilla Firefox, or Microsoft Edge) on a PC, Mac or another device.

Philo features more than 70 channels including A&E, AMC, BBC America, CMT, Comedy Central, Cooking Channel, Discovery Channel, Discovery Family, Food Network, FYI, Game Show Network, getTV, Hallmark Channel, HGTV, IFC, Motor Trend, MTV, MTV Classic, Nick Jr., Nickelodeon, Oprah Winfrey Network, Paramount Network, Sundance TV, TLC, Travel Channel, TV Land, VH1, Vice and more.

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