How can I watch MTV in the UK?

How to Watch MTV US in UK Live Stream with a VPN?

  1. Download and Sign-up a VPN service (we recommend ExpressVPN).
  2. Open VPN app and sign-in with your credentials.
  3. Now connect to US server from the list and wait for the process.
  4. Create your free view-pass on MTV site and start streaming MTV US in UK.

Which channel is MTV on?


Dish Network Channel 160 (HD/SD)
DirecTV Channel 331 (East; HD/SD) Channel 331-1 (West; HD)
DirecTV Caribbean Channel 260

What channels do you get on Freeview UK?

Pushing the Freeview Play button or visiting channel 100 on an internet connected Freeview Play TV will give you access to:

  • BBC iPlayer.
  • BBC Sounds.
  • ITV Hub.
  • STV.
  • All4.
  • My5.
  • UKTV Play.
  • CBS Catchup.

Can you get MTV on Freesat?

The service offers access to 26 TV channels – including Comedy Central, MTV, Lifetime, and Discovery Channel – all for £5.99 a month, or a £59.99 yearly fee. Also among the channels now available on Freesat via TVPlayer Plus are History, National Geographic, Cartoon Network, Eurosport and Nickleodeon.

How do I get MTV on now TV?

To join, head to and select Start 7 day free trial next to the Entertainment Membership. Then just complete your details and you can start watching straight away.

Can you watch MTV on Amazon Prime?

Amazon has announced a licensing agreement with cable television giant Viacom that will allow Amazon Prime members to instantly stream episodes of current and catalog TV shows from the company’s stations: MTV, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, TV Land, Spike, VH1, BET, CMT and Logo.

What channel is MTV UK on?

MTV (British and Irish TV channel)

Sky (UK) Channel 126 (HD) Channel 824 (SD)
Sky (Ireland) Channel 126 (SD) Channel 344 (HD)

Where can I watch MTV Fresh out?

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Why don’t I get all Freeview channels?

There are a few reasons for this. Not all Freeview channels have their own apps, and even if they do have one, they might not have live content that we can link to. Also not all programmes are licensed to be streamed via mobile.