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A&E Television Networks Mobile

    • 3.8 • 6.7K Ratings
    • Free


Stream your favorite A&E TV shows!

60 Days In, Hoarders, The First 48, Cold Case Files, Nightwatch, Secrets of Playboy, to name a few.

Watch your favorites and discover your next binge from A&E’s trove of award-winning, non-fiction and documentary programs about stories that matter.

With the newly re-designed A&E app, you can:

Watch full episodes and clips
Catch up on entire seasons of new and classic shows
See exclusive clips and deleted scenes, never shown before on television
Create a profile with A&E so you can continue watching episodes whenever you want, on any device

60 Days In
The First 48
Duck Dynasty
Biography on A&E
Biography: WWE Legends
WWE Rivals
Court Cam
Storage Wars
Secrets of Playboy
Panic 9-1-1
First Blood
Interrogation Raw
American Justice
WWE’s Most Wanted Treasures
Cold Case Files Classic
Bobby Brown: Every Little Step
Road Wars
Killer Cases

...and so much more!

Move or Improve
Zombie House Flipping
Living Smaller
Rachael Ray’s Italian Dream Home
Triple Digit Flip
Tiny House Nation

...and so much more!

The A&E app is free to use. If your TV Provider is supported, you can sign in and get access to even more content.

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A&E content is only available to stream in the United States and Canada.

What’s New

Version 6.7.3

We fixed some bugs and made some updates. We hope you enjoy a better streaming experience.

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
6.7K Ratings

6.7K Ratings

Jenl633 ,

Easy to navigate

So. I just finished watching Elizabeth Smart’s Autobiography. All I can say is she one amazingly strong, inspiring, and brave woman. That being said, and this has NOTHING to do with Elizabeth Smart’s story, but. One thing I noticed while watching her powerful documentary, was the amount of commercials during her show. I watched the first episode On Demand, and the second episode on the app while I was getting my monthly MS infusion treatment. I was so distracted by the amount of commercials, as well as the frequency of them on the app, I feel I didn’t get the full impact of her story. I understand the commercials have to pay for the app to be up and running, but is there anyway to give and option to skip a few of them? I have no idea how apps work, or how much they cost, so this may not be possible. Either way, keep up the good work with the app and the shows you offer

Jen Reeves ,

Great shows on a lousy app

There are quite a few shows on this app that I really really enjoy. But I’m so used to being able to use the picture in picture function on the other streaming app in case I need to look up something that was just mentioned on the show that I want to understand better or if I get a text message from someone or a notification about something… And this app does not offer that feature. So I have to close the app temporarily to do whatever I need to do and then when I go back it always makes me watch ads again. 4 as in a row every 4 or 5 minutes is too much, especially when it’s the same 4 ads each time. And if one of the ads happens to be annoying or in some way offensive to you, you’re going to have to watch that ad 7 or 8 times in one episode.

I would not mind the number of ads so much if it were not the same ads over and over. The repetitiveness is so tedious.

I would use the app much more often if the picture in picture feature was available. There are a lot of shows on the app that I would really like to watch but the app is so inconvenient and there are other streaming apps that don’t present these problems. So I often find myself starting an episode and then getting frustrated and switching to a different show on a different streaming service. it’s very strange that the feature that is offered by pretty much every video streaming app is still not available on this one.

Chippy1985 ,

Shows are great, app is terrible

There are a lot of tv & movie apps out there. All of them seemed to be able to figure out how to minimize the screen so you can watch the shows & do other things on your device without closing the app. In all my time using the app, A & E has not figured this out. If I want to watch & do other things on my iPad like set a timer or look up something on the internet, I will use A & E’s website because it will minimize...most of the time. Because the website is actually much more glitchy than the app. The website will usually get stuck on an ad or be really tough to resume play at the point you left off, & sometimes the subtitles disappear. But the biggest issue - the ads. Ugh. Everyone is complaining about how many of them there are & how repetitive. True, but we’re marketed to every waking hour in the modern world & you learn to ignore ads or to mute them. My biggest complaint is HOW LOUD they are. I have to quickly throw the volume down on my iPad because I might lose even more hearing than I’ve already lost (I’m hearing impaired). Some ads are merely loud, most are deafening. If hearing impaired people are complaining about how loud your ads are, they’re too loud. I’m absolutely never going to buy whatever you’re selling because the sight of the product now fills me with rage as I remember who loud & annoying the ad was.

App Privacy

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  • Contact Info
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  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
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  • Search History
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