Where to watch Unprotected online free

Wondering what life is like for a former mafia family? Find out all the places you can stream the reality show.

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Life certainly isn’t normal for the Cantarellas. The former mob family was relocated in 2011 by the Federal Witness Protection Program.

After the family’s patriarch, Richard Cantarella, testified against a fellow mafia man, it simply wasn’t safe for them to keep living in New York anymore.

Yet now they’ve opted out of Witness Protection. So in Unprotected we get to see whether they’ve adapted to their new lives in the suburbs of Scottsdale, a desert city in the state of Arizona.

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hayu is a streaming platform which is dedicated to reality TV. It has thousands of episodes from all of the biggest shows, like Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Love & Hip Hop: New York.

The monthly subscription costs £4.99 a month, giving you access to all its series. You can catch up on all 7 episodes of Unprotected too.

Desperate to see what life is like for the Cantarellas but not sure you want to pay? If you can, do a free trial with hayu.

Thankfully, getting out of paying for hayu should be much easier than leaving the mafia. Simply cancel before the trial period is up.


With the subscription TV platform NOW you can watch all of hayu’s shows for cheaper. By buying a hayu pass for £4.99 a month, you get total access.

So you get to watch all 7 episodes of Unprotected. There is a way to see it for free with NOW also, simply sign up to its free trial.

Is the show available on Netflix?

Unfortunately, no. For your Unprotected fix head to hayu or NOW.

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