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How to Watch ‘When Calls the Heart’ Season 11, Episode 3 (Free)

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“When Calls the Heart” airs the third episode of the 11th season on Sunday, April 21 at 9 p.m. You can watch the broadcast live on DIRECTV Stream (free trial) or Philo (free trial).

In the episode, titled “Steps Forward,” Bill and Rosemary will work on a business they believe should never have been closed, while Hope Valley will open its first-ever daycare.

The series stars Erin Krakow, Daniel Lissing, Jack Wagner, Martin Cummins, Pascale Hutton and Kavan Smith. Lori Laughlin is no longer part of the series.

Here’s the information you need to get one free livestream of “When Calls the Heart” online without cable.

How to watch ‘When Calls the Heart’ without cable

If you’re a cord cutter or don’t have cable, you can stream “When Calls the Heart” live on one of the following streaming services:

DIRECTV Stream (Free Trial)

In addition to ABC, Freeform, ESPN and the other Disney channels, DIRECTV Stream offers CBS, NBC and FOX. This sets it apart from most live TV streaming services. Plus, a subscription gives you access to more than 65 other channels in the basic package, including Nickelodeon, MTV, CNN, VH1 and more. However, the biggest selling point for DIRECTV Stream is that it is the best for live and regional sports coverage. Add that to over 65,000 on-demand titles and the Cloud DVR and you have a diverse, versatile service that can meet all your streaming needs. The basic package costs $64.99 per month, with a wide range of add-on options. DIRECTV Stream offers a five-day free trial.

Philo (free trial)

Philo is remarkably cheap for the amount of content it offers, with over 70 live channels, the ability to stream from three devices simultaneously, and a 365-day DVR with unlimited space. Subscribers also have on-demand access to thousands of movies and TV shows. The service costs $25 per month. There are several packages available that include premium channels, such as Epix and Starz, for an additional cost. The service offers a seven-day free trial that includes all the features of a full subscription.

Fubo TV (Free Trial)

Fubo is considered the ultimate live TV streaming service for anyone looking to cut the cord. With a subscription you get access to over 100 channels (depending on your region), 30 hours of DVR space, and tons of on-demand content, mainly with episodes of shows that aired in recent weeks. Fubo also has ABC and the ESPN family, making it a top option for sports fans. The service costs $74.99 per month, with a range of add-on options, and the standard package offers a seven-day free trial.

When can ‘When Calls the Heart’ be seen?

“When Calls the Heart” airs the third episode of the eleventh season on Sunday, April 21 at 9pm on Hallmark. The broadcast lasts one hour and is followed by a repeat of ‘Snowkissed’.

Which channel is Hallmark?

You can use the channel finder on your carrier’s website to locate these: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, DIRECTV, Dish.

How to watch ‘When Calls the Heart’ online on-demand

If you missed ‘When Calls the Heart’ or want to watch other Hallmark movies or events, check out one of the following streaming services:

DIRECTV Stream (Free Trial)

Philo (free trial)

Fubo TV (Free Trial)

What is ‘When Calls the Heart’ about?

According to the official Hallmark website: Inspired by Janette Oke’s bestselling series about the Canadian West, ‘When Calls the Heart’ follows the story of a young teacher and single mother, Elizabeth Thornton (Erin Krakow), in the quaint town of Hope Valley. When her husband is suddenly murdered while on duty, she must find the courage and strength to move on. With the help and guidance of the townspeople and her friends, she adapts to the ever-changing times and the people who enter her life.

Here’s a look at a highlight from Season 10, in which Elizabeth and Rosemary realize they don’t have the right wedding dress, courtesy of the official Hallmark Channel YouTube channel:

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Joseph Rejent covers TV and writes about live television, streaming services and cord-cutting. He can be reached at [email protected].