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StreamSavvy Guide: What to watch January 3, 2017

StreamSavvy’s daily guide for the best TV from January 3, 2017. Stream Bones and the series premiere of Kiss Bang Love. Here’s the post with what to watch, why you should check it out, and how to stream it.


A big day for shows kicking off their 2017 seasons.

Stream Bones

Stream Bones: Final Season Premiere

One of the longest running Fox shows loved by millions over the years will be coming to an end this season. Bones, an institution on broadcast TV, debuted in 2005. Yeah 2005 when Mariah Carey was sort of popular, Star Wars Episode III Revenge of the Sith came out, and George Bush was president. Wow we’re old.

So whether you’ve been a loyal fan the entire 12-year run, have been in-and-out of the show, or dropped off sometime around 2009, it’s worth flipping to Bones as it enters its final season. (FOX 9/8c)

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How to watch: you can stream Fox through Sling TV (the Blue package) in select markets, which means mostly large cities. You can also watch it for free through in HD through your digital antenna.

If you’re cool with waiting a day, check it out on Hulu, starting tomorrow night.

Stream Kiss Bang Love

Series Premiere: Kiss Bang Love

Is love really blind? The newest reality show from FYI answers that question for us in Kiss Bang Love. The basic premise of the show is that singles are blindfolded and select a match by relying only on their kissing skills. Each show will feature a woman or a man as they test out the kissing skills of ten potential matches. The top two candidates score dates with the main kisser.

The show has been wildly successful in foreign markets, including Germany, Australia, and Denmark.

Rachel DeAlto, a communications expert, relationship expert, coach, motivational speaker, and hypnotherapist, hosts the show. Best known for Married at First Sight, her new show has us interested. Here’s to kissing 2017 hello. Sorry. Couldn’t help it. (FYI 10/9c)

How to watch: You can stream the FYI channel on Sling TV (Lifestyle Plus). This means that you need either a Sling TV Orange or Blue package. Then you can add on the Lifestyle Plus for $5 per month.