How To Watch Justin Bieber Roast on Comedy Central Online

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UPDATE: For those of you who missed the roast, you can view it on Comedy Central’s website by clicking here. Then just sign in with your TV provider (ie. FIOS, Optimum, Time Warner Cable) and you’re set.

If you’d like to watch the Justin Bieber Roast via Comedy Central online or on your mobile, here are all the possibilities for you. The event was taped on March 7, so it is an edited show, not live. Comedy Central, however, has a few features specific to the roast in addition to a live stream app, calling it #BIEBERROAST CENTRAL. And the network will have a live stream of the aired roast on their website at 10:00 p.m. Eastern and Pacific, 9 p.m. Central, which you can access by clicking here.

It’s an exclusive app where you can watch the uncensored red carpet pre-show of the event in addition to the video promos and previews — and the actual roast of course.

You can stream The Roast of Justin Bieber live to your device, compliments of the app. No TV provider is required.

Click here to access the app via the Apple Store. And, click here to access it via Google Play. It is also available on XBOX One if you click here. The app is also available on Chromecast, Amazon, and the Windows Store.

Download the free Comedy Central app or watch online to catch full episodes the day after they air by clicking here. Plus, get hours of stand-up specials, extras, past roasts, exclusives and digital shorts.


22 Comments

22 Comments

Mark Ashworth

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Anonymous

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