SMILF is about Bridgette Bird — a smart, scrappy young single mom in South Boston. She comes from an extremely unconventional family. Her aim boils down to making her son’s life better. The episode, titled “Shit Man, I’ve Literally Failed” is scheduled for 5:00 PM EST on January 20. This is a replay, the original airing was on January 4, 2019 — it was online. The show airs on SHOWTIME. Get ready for the SMILF live stream and see what changes Bridgette has now in the second season!
There are many ways to stream online. Here are your top 3 options even if you do not have cable TV or can’t get to one on time.
You can watch SMILF on SHOWTIME online for free with a fuboTV 7-day trial. fuboTV offers a full cable replacement available as a subscription service with no contracts or long-term obligations.
Fubo basic plan comes with 85+ of your favorite sports and entertainment channels and the subscription includes free 30 hours of cloud DVR, 1000’s of hours of video on demand, 72-hour lookback feature and much more. fuboTV can be streamed on Desktop & Mobile, Roku, AppleTV, Chromecast, Firestick. Start your free 7-day trial now to watch SMILF live. Cancel if you do not like the service before the trial ends without paying a dime.
Hulu is another great option with 50-plus live TV channels, including SHOWTIME With Hulu Live you can also watch a live stream of the SMILF on your computer, phone, or a TV-connected device.
If you can’t watch live, Hulu Live also comes 50 hours of Cloud DVR storage and many hours of on-demand content that allows you to re-watch any missed episode of your favorite shows. Hulu Live also comes with a 7-day obligation free trial, start yours now to start watching.
SHOWTIME also available on Sling TV. You can sign up for a free 7-day trial and watch the SMILF live on your computer via the Sling TV website, or on your phone, tablet or TV-connected device. 50 hours of cloud DVR is available as an add-on for an additional price.
The official synopsis for the episode reads, “Bridgette and Tutu try to close the door on their pasts.” Sure, there are problems with the show. Starting with the name itself. Rotten Tomatoes’ critical consensus states “A questionable name and superficially familiar tropes mask SMILF’s raw, tender core and surprisingly fresh perspective.”
The show is a show for woman from this first episode itself. And that’s precisely why it was on a list of the best TV shows for women. That list goes on to further comment that “Sadly, television rarely allows women to be so layered.”
Previous season was well-acclaimed. The first episode of the second season connects well with the last episode of the first season. In the eighth episode of the first season (the last episode), Tutu prepares to go on a cruise. While Rafi moves in with Nelson. And Bridgette herself matches with a man on the app Tinder — who she thinks is her alienate father.