You can “Who steals the show from me” in the stream see. A TV connection is therefore not necessary. Even if you want to follow the show live, you can do it for free. We tell you what you need for this.
“Who steals the show from me” in the stream: Here it is
You have two options for watching Who’s Stealing Me on stream. Either you use Joyn or ProSieben. Both are free, but you have to register. Then you have access to all previous episodes, but you can also follow the show live while it’s running on linear TV.
That’s how it works at ProSieben
At ProSieben, registration works via the so-called 7Pass. ProSieben writes: “With this you will be able to log into numerous websites, online offers and mobile apps for smartphones and tablets in the future and use their services.”
If you are registered, you can watch “Who steals the show” every Tuesday at 8.15 p.m. here in the live stream. You can also find the previously aired episodes there. However, expect advertising.
That’s how Joyn works
You can also use Joyn for free if you are registered. Even if you don’t want to use the paid section, Joyn PLUS+, it is possible to watch all previous episodes of Steal My Show in stream. A live stream is also possible here. This works via the menu item “Live TV”. Simply scroll down to the station ProSieben. If you use the free account, you also have to be prepared for advertising.
by the way: In our test, we were also able to log in to ProSieben with our Joyn credentials.
Don’t want to register?
Would you like to register neither with Joyn nor ProSieben, but still watch “Who steals the show” online? Then it’s on YouTube. After the show has been broadcast, individual clips of the respective games will be uploaded here.
But beware: they will not be published in chronological order. Also, you may have to wait up to a week before you can piece together the big picture of the show with the individual clips.
Otherwise, you still have linear television: “Who steals the show from me” runs every Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. on ProSieben.
Source: ProSiebenSat.1, own research