Chromecast is a device that lets you mirror any type of video to your TV from smartphones or PC. So, the device saves time to see your favorite shows or movies on the big screen. You need to connect the Chromecast device and the device you are connecting from to the same WiFi network. You can also Chromecast the Great American Country channel from the streaming service platform.

GAC Family, formerly known as Great American Country, is an American cable channel that targets the family audience. There is no official application for Great American Country to cast it. But, streaming services like Hulu, Sling TV, and more provide the option to stream Great American Country. So, you can download any one of the applications to stream it.

Chromecast Great American Country

There are two ways that you can Chromecast. They are:

  • Smartphone
  • PC

How to Chromecast Great American Country using Smartphone

1. Connect your smartphone and your Chromecast device to the same WiFi network.

2. Install the Hulu app on your smartphone from the Play Store or App Store.

3. Tap the Cast icon on the Hulu app.

Cast icon

4. Select your Chromecast device from the list.

5. Then, log in to the Hulu + Live TV account.

6. Select the Great American Country Channel to cast it on your TV.

How to Chromecast Great American Channel Using PC

1. Go to the Hulu website on your Chrome browser.

2. Click the Login button and sign in with your account.

3. Select the Great American Country show that you want to watch.

4. Then, select the three verticle dots icon (Customize and control Google Chrome icon).

5. Select the Cast option and select your Chromecast device.

Select the Cast option to Chromecast Great American Channel.

6. The Great American Channel will now appear on your TV via Chromecast.

FAQs

1. How can I stream Great American Country?

Streaming services like Philo, fuboTV, or AT&T TV Now let you watch Great American Country.

2. Is Great American Country part of Discovery?

No, formerly Great American Country part of Discovery. Currently, it is a part of GAC Media.