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With TVMucho, you can watch KiKa live abroad, plus 29 other German TV channels (like Das Erste, ZDF, RTL, Sat. 1, VOX, Prosieben), on any device, without a VPN! Stay-up-to-date with the latest news, claim front-row seats to the world’s greatest sporting events, or indulge in award winning soaps, shows, dramas and documentaries from the comfort of your favourite armchair. Start watching German TV abroad today. Click the play button below and start watching KiKa live!
Living overseas or on holiday and want to watch German TV abroad, without a VPN? Or are you living in the Germany and are looking for all your favorite Germany TV channels in one app? TVMucho offers an easy way to watch KiKa live, plus 120+ other German, British, French and Irish TV channels, anywhere and on any device!
Besides KiKa, TVMucho also gives you live access to 120+ other German, British, French and Irish TV channels, including popular BBC channels, like:
TVMucho works just like a traditional satellite TV with a slight twist on the technology. Click here to learn more about how it works.
With a TVMucho membership you can access all available channels (including KiKa) from wherever you are! With your membership you can receive satellite signals from free-to-air broadcasts virtually using your pc, laptop, TV box, tablet, smartphone or TV instead of a physical satellite box.
Perhaps you are running late and can’t watch the live broadcast. Maybe you are holidaying or living abroad and in a different timezone. Or you might just want to record the programme and watch it at your leisure. Don’t worry, we’ve got it covered.
All TVMucho memberships come with 7-day recordings*; 10 hours for our free Starter TV membership, and up to 50 hours for our paid Expat TV and Family TV memberships. But what if you need more storage or wish to keep your recordings permanently?
Introducing Later, the personal cloud-based video recording app. Later works seamlessly with all TVMucho memberships and allows you to record up to 300 hours of your favorite films, series, documentaries and shows, permanently.