Where to watch Like a Boss online free

Find out all the places you can watch the US reality show Like a Boss online.

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The US is full of great and ridiculous reality TV shows, with many of them not available on British television. Like a Boss is a prime example.

In it we see the insane lengths assistants will go to for their demanding bosses and get a glimpse into these celebrity employees’ personal lives too.

Where to watch

You can’t catch Like a Boss on any UK television channel, so you’re going to have to watch it online. Whether it’s on your laptop, tablet or phone, here’s where you can watch it:

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Since launching in 2016 hayu has become a one-stop destination for reality TV lovers. With this subscription-based streaming platform you pay £4.99 a month and get access to hundreds of reality shows.

All eight episodes from the first season of Like a Boss are available there and you could even watch them for free if you do the hayu free-trial.


With NOW TV you can tailor what you watch, picking and choosing certain categories of shows. For instance you can buy a Sky Cinema pass, a Sky Sports pass or an Entertainment one.

You can also take out a hayu pass for £4.99 a month, which lets you watch hundreds of reality TV series such as Like a Boss.

Is the show available on Netflix?

Unfortunately no, you’ll have to use hayu or NOW if you want to see these celebrity assistants do everything they can to make it to the top.

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