Don't Miss a Second of the 'RHOA' Cattiness

by Kayla Hawkins

Look, with so much actual TV on the air, there's no way to watch every reality show live. So if you want to make sure you don't miss Bravo's Sunday night programming (which I highly recommend), you'll need to watch The Real Housewives of Atlanta online. Bravo is slowly deciding to make their episodes more easily available online now that they have more fans than just people taking sick days from school or work or people who don't like soap operas. So now, you can find episodes of RHOA online in quite a few places.

When choosing where to watch television on the computer, there are several factors that must be weighed: ease of access, quality of stream, and cost (preferably free if I'm already paying for cable, but still less than $2 even if I'm not).

On Amazon, Google Play And Other Places You Can Pay

Look, you have the Internet. You know the drill. You can pay for episodes of RHOA after they air on Sunday nights. They're only a couple of bucks, they're HD, and you never know when there will be a "Gone with the Wind Fabulous" moment that you'll want to keep on your hard drive forever. Plus, it's almost the holiday season. Soon, you'll be drowning in iTunes gift cards, so why not use last year's iTunes gift cards to buy some HD RHOA episodes?


Bravo's website is extremely fickle. The player is unreliable, the ads play at a much louder volume than the actual episode, and the HD only intermittently works. But if you want desperately to relive the early days of online streaming, head to Bravo's site to get your RHOA fix.

Hulu and Hulu Plus

Bravo has a new relationship with Hulu. The back catalog of almost all of their shows is currently available on Hulu Plus, new episodes are released the day after air, and those same episodes are available for free for several weeks before they also retreat behind the Plus paywall.

If you're one of those binge-watching types, you can always wait until the end of the season, subscribe for a month, and watch all 20 episodes during a long weekend. And if you're watching Season 7, you might as well go back to Season 1 and relive the entire The Real Housewives of Atlanta series. By the time you're watching the closing credits on Season 7, you will have had enough tea, shade, eyeshadow, and, of course, weave, to last a lifetime (or at least until RHOA Season 8 premieres).

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