"Growing Up Hip Hop" Streaming: How To Watch Guide

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NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 07: Damon 'Boogie' Dash, Angela Simmons, Romeo Miller, Kristinia DeBarge and Egypt Criss take part in AOL BUILD Series: "Growing Up Hip Hop" at AOL Studios on January 7, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty Images)
Stream "Growing Up Hip Hop" on Hulu, Spectrum On Demand, DIRECTV, Allblk, or WeTV. This guide provides step-by-step sign-up instructions.

Rap has significantly influenced popular culture, with Growing Up Hip Hop being one of the shows that have captured the essence of this lifestyle. The reality series offers a unique, behind-the-scenes look at the lives of the children of hip-hop legends. If you're interested in the show and wondering how to watch it, you're in the right place.

Growing Up Hip Hop On Hulu

Hulu is one of the platforms where you can stream Growing Up Hip Hop. To sign up, visit Hulu.com/welcome and click on "Start Your Free Trial." Select a plan that suits your preferences, then enter your email address, password, and personal information. Choose your payment option, add your billing information, and you're good to go​.

Here is a step-by-step guide to signing up for Hulu via the official Hulu Help Site:

  1. Visit Hulu.com/welcome on a web browser
  2. Click on "Start Your Free Trial"
  3. Select a plan: Hulu (ad-supported), Hulu (No Ads), one of the Hulu + Live TV plans, or one of the Disney Bundle options
  4. Enter your email address, password, and personal information
  5. Choose your payment option and add your billing information​​.

Growing Up Hip Hop On Spectrum On Demand

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - MAY 22: (L-R) Egypt Criss, Sandy "Pepa" Denton, Damon "Boogie" Dash, Master P, Romeo Miller, Vanessa and Joseph "JoJo" Simmons attend WEtv and The Cast of "Growing Up Hip Hop" screening event and celebration at The London West Hollywood on May 22, 2018 in West Hollywood, California. (Photo by Maury Phillips/Getty Images)

Spectrum On Demand also offers Growing Up Hip Hop. To watch the show on Spectrum, you'll need to install the Spectrum TV app. The app is available on various devices and offers the option to live-stream TV channels. To create a username, download the app from your device's app store, and start watching your favorite shows. For additional users, sign in to Spectrum.net, choose the Settings option, click on the People sub-tab, and then add users as needed​​.

For Spectrum On Demand, users can utilize the Spectrum TV app on various devices to access the on-demand library and the entire Spectrum channel lineup. To sign up:

  1. Create a Spectrum username
  2. Download the Spectrum TV App from your device’s app store
  3. Start watching your favorite show​​. For additional users, sign in to Spectrum.net, choose the arrow icon at the top right corner of the screen and select the Settings option. Click on the People sub-tab, click on "Add Person" next to the list of users registered on your account, select a role for the person and enter the info in the fields, and click on the option of "Add."

Growing Up Hip Hop On DIRECTV

You can also catch Growing Up Hip Hop on DIRECTV. To sign up, head to DirecTVNow.com and click any of the "Start Your Free Trial Now" buttons. Choose your preferred package, add any premium channel options, and then create your AT&T Access ID & Password. Enter all your details, accept the terms & conditions, and you'll have instant access to DIRECTV Now on any of your compatible devices​.

Here's a step-by-step guide to sign up for DirecTVNow via WhatToWatch:

  1. Visit DirecTVNow.com and click on "Start Your Free Trial Now"
  2. Choose your favorite package from the available list
  3. Choose any premium channel options you want to add to your plan and click "Continue"
  4. Create your AT&T Access ID & Password
  5. Enter all of your details to complete the process, then accept the terms & conditions​.

Growing Up Hip Hop On Urban Movie Channel

ATLANTA, GA - JUNE 27: (L-R) Cast members of 'Growing Up Hip-Hop' Shaniah, Mauldin, Ayane Fite, Brandon Barnes, Reginae Carter, and Zonnique Pullins attend "Bossip On WE" Atlanta launch celebration at Elevate at W Atlanta Midtown on June 27, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Marcus Ingram/Getty Images)

Urban Movie Channel, now Allblk, is another platform to watch Growing Up Hip Hop. The platform offers a 7-day free trial and then costs $5.99 per month plus taxes where applicable. Make sure to cancel within 7 days if you don't want to continue with the subscription​​.

Growing Up Hip Hop On WeTV

WeTV is the original home of Growing Up Hip Hop. To sign up for WeTV, you need to create an account with Apple TV. After selecting the WeTV app, click "Join AMC+ with Prime" and then "Start your free trial."

Conclusion

In conclusion, Growing Up Hip Hop can be streamed on various platforms, each with unique features and subscription plans. Make sure to consider your preferences and financial capabilities before choosing a platform. Happy streaming!

Note: Please ensure that you are subscribing and streaming through legal and official platforms to support the creators of the show and contribute to the continuity of the series.

Please note that all these instructions are for signing up for these services in the United States. Availability and sign-up processes may vary in other regions. It's also important to note that while some of these platforms offer a free trial, they are all paid services. Be sure to check the terms and conditions of each platform before signing up.

About The Author
Jake is the SEO Content Lead for HotNewHipHop. He has more than ten years of experience covering mixed martial arts, pro wrestling, gaming and music across a number of publications, starting at SEScoops in 2012 under the name Jake Jeremy. His work has also been featured on GiveMeSport, Sportskeeda, Pro Sports Extra, Wrestling Headlines, NoobFeed, Wrestlingnewsco and Keen Gamer, again under the name Jake Jeremy. Previously, he worked as the Editor in Chief of 24Wrestling, building the site’s profile with a view to selling the domain, which was accomplished in 2019. As well as his work for HNHH, Jake is also the Editor in Chief for Fight Fans, a combat sports and pro wrestling site that was launched in January 2021 and broke into the millions of pageviews within the first two years. Jake also previously worked for the biggest independent wrestling company in the UK, PROGRESS Wrestling, as PR Head and Head of Media across the company's social channels. Jake's favourite Hip Hop artists are Kendrick Lamar, Public Enemy, The Beastie Boys and Body Count.
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