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Life After Lock Up’ Online for Free

Life After Lock Up’ Online for Free

Gypsy Rose Blanchard is in her “reality TV era.” After sharing a glimpse into her life in prison in a six-episode docuseries, the 32-year-old opens up about how she’s navigating her newfound freedom and establishing her identity in a new unscripted series for Lifetime.

Blanchard’s new show, Gypsy Rose: Life After Lockup, premieres tonight on Lifetime at 9 p.m. ET/PT and runs through July 22. Each episode is available to watch online after it airs for traditional and streaming cable subscribers, including those with DirecTV, Frndly, Fubo and others.

At a Glance: How to Watch Gypsy Rose: Life After Lockup Online

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Blanchard explained that she didn’t want to be defined by her life in prison.

“I’m about to head into a new chapter in my life, a new look, a new me, new style, new everything,” she says. “You get little bits and pieces of what my life has been like in the last five months from articles online, TikTok videos, social media, little bits here and there. But no one gets to actually be in the room with me except for my family. … And for me that was important to show, no, this is who I am.”

Below, keep reading for more on how to watch Gypsy Rose: Life After Lock Up online with and without cable.

How to Watch Gypsy Rose: Life After Lock Up: Premiere Date, Episode Release Schedule

Gypsy Rose: Life After Lock Up premieres on Lifetime on Monday, June 3 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. The first season spans eight episodes, which will be released weekly on Mondays. The season finale airs on July 22.

How to Stream Gypsy Rose: Life After Lock Up Online

All eight episodes of Gypsy Rose: Life After Lock Up will be available to watch online the day after they air on or the Lifetime app.

Subscribers of traditional and streaming cable services can watch the series on Lifetime’s website or app by login in with their TV provider credentials including DirecTV, Frndly, Fubo, Hulu + Live TV, Philo, Sling, Verizon, Xfinity and others.

Those who prefer to watch Gypsy Rose: Life After Lock Up online live when it airs on Lifetime can stream it on cable TV streaming services that carry the network, such as DirecTV, Frndly, Fubo, Hulu + Live TV, Philo, Sling and others.

Read on for all of the ways to stream Gypsy Rose: Life After Lock Up with and without cable, including for free.


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Packages from $69.99 per month

Watch the first episode of Gypsy Rose: Life After Lock Up online for free on Lifetime when you sign up for a seven-day trial of DirecTV Stream. The cable provider’s streaming plan starts at $69.99 and includes live TV, on-demand content and more than 75 other channels, including CNN, Disney Channel, Nickelodeon, AMC and others.

Other plans offer over 105-150 channels, and DirecTV is offering a limited-time deal for eligible subscribers that saves $10 off per month for the first 24 months, plus a $100 Visa gift card. Learn more here.

Frndly TV

Best AFfordable family-friendly Plan

Packages from $6.99 per month

One of the most affordable cable streaming services includes Frndly, which offers a seven-day free trial and carries Lifetime and other family-friendly channels starting at $6.99 per month. The streamer’s lineup also includes Hallmark Channel, A&E and over 40 lifestyle channels; learn more about Frndly here.


Best Value

Packages from $79.99 per month

Stream Gypsy Rose: Life After Lock Up for free with a five-day trial of Fubo, which carries Lifetime plus more than 170 other news, entertainment and sports channels starting at $74.99 per month.

Other plans include the Elite package (254 channels for $84.99 monthly) and the Ultimate tier that comes with 298 channels, NFL RedZone, Showtime and 4K quality for $100 monthly.


best streaming bundle

Packages from $76.99 per month

New subscribers of Hulu + Live TV can watch the first episode of Gypsy Rose: Life After Lock Up for free with the streaming service’s three-day trial. The live TV streamer is bundled with Disney+ and ESPN+ and includes NBC and 75 other major cable news, entertainment and sports channels from $76.99 per month with ads or $89.99 without ads. You’ll also get access to live streaming and events on ESPN+, like UFC Fight Night, PGA golf, soccer and baseball.

Hulu subscribers also get access to the streamer’s limited original series, The Act, which starred Joey King and Patricia Arquette.

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Best affordable cable streaming

Packages from $25 per month

Affordable cable TV streamer Philo offers a seven-day free trial, and new subscribers can watch Gypsy Rose: Life After Lock Up‘s first episode during that period. The online streamer carries over 50 classic TV, lifestyle and news channels for $25 per month.


Best streaming deal

Packages on sale from $15 per month

You can watch Gypsy Rose: Life After Lock Up on Lifetime with a subscription to Sling, which is on sale starting at $15 per month for new subscribers. Lifetime is available on Sling’s individual Orange and Blue and combined Orange & Blue packages; learn more about the latest deals here.

Who is Gypsy Rose Blanchard?: Murder Trial, Where She Is Now

Gypsy Rose Blanchard captivated true crime enthusiasts — and the world — when she was sentenced to 10 years in prison in 2016 after pleading guilty to persuading Nicholas Godejohn, a boyfriend she met online, to kill her mother. Dee Dee Blanchard had forced her daughter to pretend for years that she was suffering from serious illnesses, including leukemia and muscular dystrophy. She was released on parole from Missouri’s Chillicothe Correctional Center on Dec. 28, 2023, after serving 85 percent of her original sentence.

Blanchard now lives in Louisiana with her ex-fiancé, Ken Urker (whom she met while in prison), after filing for divorce from husband Ryan Anderson (whom she also met and wed while incarcerated).

Gypsy Rose: Life After Lock Up TV Series Synopsis, Where to Watch Other Documentaries and Shows

Per Lifetime, Gypsy Rose: Life After Lock Up “is an authentic, raw and revealing look at Gypsy’s new life on the outside. From the joyful moments as she is free to make her own decisions for the first time, to the challenges of navigating life and relationships while facing her past, including the abuse she suffered at the hands of her mother, and Gypsy’s own notoriety and fame. In this delayed-coming-of-age story, Gypsy must reconcile the pop-culture, celebrity version of herself while trying to forge her brand-new identity in a ‘normal’ world as wife, sister, daughter and most of all – a free woman.”

Blanchard first shared her story in Lifetime’s six-episode docuseries, The Prison Confessions of Gypsy Rose, which is available to buy or rent on Apple TV, Prime Video and other video-on-demand platforms, or to stream online at Lifetime’s website or app by logging in with a traditional or streaming cable TV account (such as DirecTV, Frndly, Fubo, Hulu + Live TV, Philo and Sling).

Her story also inspired a Hulu limited original series, The Act, starring Joey King and Patricia Arquette; as well as countless other unofficial documentaries.

HBO also released a 2017 true-crime documentary, Mommy Dead and Dearest, inspired by Gypsy Rose and Dee Dee Blanchard. The one-hour, 32-minute film is available to stream on Max, which can be added to DirecTV, Hulu and Prime Video streaming plans.

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