Much of the world is practicing social-distancing right now. This is one of the ways to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Since so many people are spending time at home, they are catching up on some of their favorite TV shows and discovering new favorites too. If you’re a fan of the Duggar family, now is the perfect time to watch TLC’s Counting On. Maybe you’ve been interested and want to use this downtime to learn all about them.
As of right now, it’s unclear whether there will be another season of the show. In the meantime, you can catch up on some of the older episodes.
With so many streaming platforms, it can be hard to know how and where to watch specific TV shows. To save you the trouble, here are all the ways you can watch the Duggars on TV.
How to watch Counting On
Fortunately, there are several ways to watch the TLC show if you’re wanting to give it a try.
First up is TLC. TLC is one of the easiest ways to watch Counting On because every episode is available. A total of 101 episodes is available to stream as of right now. This includes 10 seasons of the show. So, you can stay busy for a while.You can access the episodes on TLC.com or on the TLC Go app. You will need to log in with your TV provider. Some people use their family members’ TV providers to watch episodes for free.
Another option is Hulu. On Hulu, you can watch Seasons 1, 2, and 3. This isn’t a lot, especially compared to what TLC offers. But, if you’re already paying for Hulu, it’s enough to get started.
You can pay for episodes or seasons of Counting On on Amazon Prime. This is a more expensive option because each season costs $5-20. If you just want to watch an episode or two, this may work for you.
You can also buy entire seasons on YouTube. Every season is available to buy on YouTube in standard or high definition. Both Amazon Prime and YouTube have every season and episode available. If you don’t want to watch full episodes, you can watch clips on TLC’s YouTube channel.
Other subscription services that have seasons and episodes available include:
Note that these are subscriptions, so you will have to pay a monthly fee to watch shows and movies. You will not have to pay for each individual season or episode of the show.
Will you be watching Counting On while hanging out at home? Let us know in the comments below!
Stay tuned for more updates on a possible renewal.
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