Where to watch Funny Girls online free

Find out all the places you can watch the reality TV show Funny Girls online. You'll probably have to pay, although there are ways to get your fix for free.


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Back in 2015, the reality TV series Funny Girls gave us a glimpse into the world of the American female comic.

As the six comediennes fought to make it in the Los Angeles scene, we saw the blood, sweat and tears behind the laughter.

From family spats, juggling other jobs and trying to keep up a love life, life is by no means easy for these women trying to make it in a male-dominated game.

Where to watch

While the series only lasted for one season, it’s still undoubtedly worth a watch. Here’s where you can find it online.

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Perhaps you remember watching Funny Girls when it was on TV a few years ago, and you’re trying to find out where you can watch it online?

Thankfully, hayu has you covered. This streaming site is a bit like Netflix for reality TV, giving you access to tons of US reality shows like Keeping Up with the Kardashians and The Simple Life – not to mention all eight episodes of Funny Girls.

You can get a free trial with hayu, which might be enough time to binge watch the show. Or if you’ve already used hayu’s free period, then it will cost £4.99 a month to get access to all its content.


You can also catch Ester, Stephanie, Yamaneika and co with NOW TV. Get all eight episodes of these funny women trying to keep it together on-stage and off.

With NOW TV, you can buy a hayu pass for £3.99 a month, which is just a bit cheaper than with hayu itself.

Is the show available on Netflix?

Alas no, however hayu and NOW TV have you covered if you’re keen to watch Funny Girls.

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