Where to watch Made in Chelsea online free

There are plenty of ways to watch Made in Chelsea online. It just depends whether you want it for free or without adverts.

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The posh and promiscuous socialites from Chelsea have had us gripped for years now. But these days you don’t have to watch it on your telly, you can get your fix online.

We explain all the various ways to watch it on your laptop or tablet, either live or on catch up.

If you just can’t deal with adverts, thankfully there are several ways you can pay to binge without any annoying interruptions.

Where to watch

Looking to get your fix of Made in Chelsea at the earliest opportunity? These days you don’t need a telly to watch shows on E4 live.

Curl up in bed with your laptop or tablet and head over to Channel 4’s on-demand player All4. If you have a TV licence you can catch it at 9 o’clock on Monday nights.

If you miss it there though, here are the various ways you can catch up on all the drama.


Maybe you don’t have a TV licence or you were just too busy to watch MIC this week? Thankfully you can head over to All4 to watch all the heartbreaks and cutting remarks back again. All for free!

The latest episode should be available on the website shortly after it finishes airing on TV, so at around 10 pm on Mondays.

But it’s not just the latest series you can engross yourself in. Every single episode from every season is available for your viewing pleasure.

Perfect for a lazy Sunday or sick day when all you need in your life is to binge watch MIC.

If you don’t want to deal with adverts then you can pay for a premium All4 subscription, or check out Made in Chelsea using one of the below channels.

Amazon Prime Video

Looking to binge some classic past series without any annoying adverts? Unfortunately, Amazon doesn’t have the latest Made in Chelsea action, but you can watch seasons 1-15.

Buy an episode for about £2 or a whole series for around £10. Or start a 30-day trial with Amazon Prime Video and get your fill for free.


Once again the streaming service NOW can’t offer you the latest gossip from SW3. But if you’re in the mood for the Spencer and Caggie days you’re in luck.

12 seasons are available to view, and a NOW entertainment pass costs £9.99. Or you can do a free trial.


Another way to watch is with Hayu, the subscription streaming service dedicated to all things reality TV.

Series 7-12 of Made in Chelsea are available to watch here.

You pay £4.99 a month, and you also get access to shows like Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Don’t Tell the Bride.

YouTube or Google Play

You can watch a handful of old episodes using YouTube or Google Play too.

However season 9 is the only one available via YouTube or Google Play, so there’s not a whole lot of choice.

If this is your favourite era of MIC and exactly what you’re after, episodes are £1.99 each, or you can buy the whole season for £11.99.

Is the show available on Netflix?

No, currently you can’t watch your favourite posh toffs on Netflix unfortunately.

Can’t I just watch illegally for free?

You shouldn’t! Here’s a few things to remember:

  • It’s poor quality. Streaming often takes ages to buffer, will keep cutting out and is bad picture quality.
  • It risks your computer. All of those pop ups aren’t doing your laptop much good.
  • It’s illegal. E! work hard to bring great entertainment to fans. Pay your bit, sit back and enjoy!
  • It’s so much easier to just buy it. Save yourself all that trouble and sign up for a free trial with NOW. Problem solved.

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