Where to watch Catfish online

Don't get catfished by dodgy streaming sites, we've found you the easiest places to watch the show online in the UK.

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Nev and Max help bring couples together who have fallen in love online, but what will happen when the couples meet in real life? Drama of course!

The hit US TV show is now into its eighth season, and has featured some of the most iconic catfish stories we’ve ever seen. If you’ve managed to miss any episodes of the show over the last eight years, we have scoured the web for the best places for you to watch online.

Your viewing options

When it comes to watching online you have a few options available to you – either pay-per-view platforms or streaming services.

Maybe the easiest pay-per-view option is Amazon Prime Video, where episodes are available for just under £2 each – or it’s just under £20 for a series. You can also purchase some episodes on Google Play, but only series 4-6 are available, for a similar price of nearly £2 an episode or just under £15 a series.

Possibly your easiest streaming service option is NOW TV’s Entertainment Pass, which you can get on a 7-day free trial. This gives you unlimited access to all episodes of the show, along with access to over 250 other box sets including The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones and Geordie Shore, to name just a few.

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How does NOW TV work?

The service works in a similar way to other streaming services like Netflix, in that you stream video content directly through your internet connection. But with NOW TV you can be more selective about what you pay for – an Entertainment Pass will give you access to a large catalogue of TV shows, while Cinema and Kids Passes are available separately.

Take a look below for a glimpse of what’s new on NOW TV below.

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