Install and Watch HGTV on Firestick: How to Guide

We will show you how to install and watch HGTV on FireStick in this guide. So, if you are interested in learning more, stay connected with this blog till the end.

In the United States, there are just a handful of home renovation and real estate channels, and HGTV is one of them. HGTV is a well-known channel that is included in almost all television packages.

As we all know, most cable or satellite television subscribers are switching to TV everywhere services since it is a more cost-effective alternative, thanks to gadgets like the Firestick, which allow us to stream our favorite TV shows, videos, and other content. 

For individuals who want to use their TV for on-demand video streaming, a fireStick is an affordable solution.

Overview of HGTV

Home & Garden Television, or HGTV, is an American home improvement and real estate television channel. 

HGTV also has a number of popular shows that viewers may enjoy. Shows like Home Hunters, Property Brothers, and My Lottery Dream Home are among them. 

HGTV GO does not require a subscription. To access the full app content, simply sign in using your TV provider’s subscription. Alternatively, you can use streaming providers to watch the HGTV channel on your Firestick.

Furthermore, the HGTV Go app, which is available for free in the Amazon app store, allows you to watch HGTV online. This channel is very popular among individuals who enjoy reality shows about house improvement and renovation.

Features of HGTV

  1. You may make your own personalized playlist in the HGTV app and add your favorite stuff to it.
  2. From where you left off, you may watch the material on any device.
  3. It lists the app schedules as well as the time and date so you don’t miss any of your favorites.
  4. HGTV provides full episodes of all shows.
  5. You can also watch old episodes that you may have missed online.
  6. You may watch high-definition streaming.
  7. You can watch your favorite HGTV episodes wherever you want, at any time.
  8. Both FireStick and smartphones may use this app.
  9. More than 150 series and 10,000 episodes are available on the HGTV app.

Procedure to Install and Watch HGTV on Firestick

If you want to get and watch HGTV on your Firestick, you can do it very easily by installing the HGTV Go app from the App Store. If you don’t know how to install and watch it, follow the steps below.

Steps to Install HGTV on Firestick

Step 1:

Hover your cursor over the Search bar on the Firestick’s home screen.

Step 2:

Search for the HGTV GO app using the on-screen keypad.

Step 3:

Select the HGTV GO app icon from the search results.

Step 4:

Now, press the Install or Get option and wait for the software to download completely. It will not consume a lot of your time.

Step 5:

To use the app on your smartphone, click Open when it has been installed.

Step 6:

In the end, you need to return to the home screen, open the HGTV app from the Apps & Channels area and watch your favorite content on your Firestick-connected TV.

Steps to Watch HGTV on Firestick

You can also use the third-party app Downloader to sideload the HGTV app. You must first enable the Apps from the Unknown Source option before proceeding with the installation process.

  1. To do so, go to the Settings option, and then click on My Fire TV or Device.
  2. Select the Developer option, and then click on the option of Unknown Source Apps. 
  3. After that, you need to click on the OK option to Turn on the light.

Because the HGTV GO channel is available on Android, you can effortlessly mirror the screen of your Android phone to your Firestick and stream the content.

Step 1:

Join the same WiFi network as your Android phone and Firestick.

Step 2:

On your Firestick control, press and hold the Home button.

Step 3:

Now you have four alternatives to choose from, one of which is Mirroring.

Step 4:

Install the HGTV Go app from the Play Store on your Android phone.

Step 5:

Launch the HGTV Go app when it has been installed and sign in with your TV provider’s subscription.

Step 6:

Tap the Cast or ScreenCast icon in the Notification Panel.

Step 7:

Choose your Firestick device from the drop-down menu.

Step 8:

Using your Amazon Fire Stick, stream the contents of the HGTV GO app.

Steps to Activate HGTV Go on FireStick

To continue using the app, you must first activate it. To do it, follow the procedures below to the letter.

Step 1:

To begin, launch the HGTV Go app on your FireStick device.

Step 2:

You must now select the Sign-in option.

Step 3:

Now you will see the activation code; copy it.

Step 4:

Now go to and paste the code into the appropriate box.

HGTV is now available on FireStick.

Step 5:

The next step is to enter your TV service provider’s login credentials.

Step 6:

Continue by pressing the Enter key.

You’re all set to watch HGTV now. FireStick is the way to go. Return to your Firestick’s home screen and open the HGTV app to begin watching.

Alternative Ways to Watch HGTV on Firestick Without Cable

You can watch HGTV shows on your Firestick through streaming services like Sling TV, Vidgo fuboTV, Philo, and others, in addition to the HGTV GO app. On the Amazon shop, you can get these channels for free.

1. Sling TV

Over 200 live TV stations are available through Sling TV. The three possibilities are Blue ($35/month), Orange ($35/month), and Blue+Orange ($45/month). 

All of these bundles offer live HGTV channel streaming. You can watch HGTV on a variety of devices with Sling TV, including Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, and more. There are also 50 hours of cloud DVR storage included.

2. Vidgo

Vidgo is a fresh streaming service with reasonable pricing compared to other live streaming providers. Vidgo’s Core plan includes HGTV as well as over 60 other channels. The Core Plan, which costs $55 per month, is available to new users.

Vidgo does not bind you to a contract, so you have the option to cancel at any moment. They have reduced pricing for new users, and you can cancel your subscription for free within the first three days.

Vidgo is compatible with Android, iOS, Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, and Amazon Fire TV. You can also watch the service on up to three devices at once.

2. Fubo TV

FuboTV is a streaming service that allows you to watch a variety of pay-TV channels. You may view the channels live, just like you would on cable, and record apps on their cloud DVR. As part of their basic bundle, they have HGTV as well as over 80 other channels.

It includes a 250-hour DVR Cloud storage capacity and may be watched on three screens simultaneously. You can also watch the station live, just as you would on cable.


HULU is another famous live television streaming service with affordable costs. If you want to watch HGTV, I recommend giving HULU a try at least once. 

Don’t confuse HULU live with HULU heritage, which only offers on-demand video content, but HULU live allows you to watch live television networks such as HGTV, CNN, ESPN, and others.


Q:- Is it possible to watch HGTV on my Firestick?

Ans:- HGTV isn’t accessible on the Firestick, unfortunately.

Q:- How can I watch HGTV for free on my Amazon Fire Stick?

Ans:- With a free trial of Philo and Hulu streaming services, you can watch HGTV on your Firestick for free.

Q:- Is the HGTV app available for free?

Ans:- The HGTV app is available for free download and streaming.

Final Words

As a result, here are the methods for installing and viewing HGTV Go content on Firestick devices. A subscription to HGTV is not required. We made both sides of the argument quite clear. The HGTV Go app and its features were also discussed. 

We made every effort to be as transparent as possible. If you are stuck at any point or have a problem while using the HGTV app, please post your question in the comments section below. We assure you that we will provide the solution as soon as possible.

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