OutDaughtered fans with the TLCme App or cable often go back and watch the older seasons of the show. But, it seems they disappeared. So, where can you watch them now? As the show gains more popularity, more people hope to catch up with Blayke and the quints. And sometimes, fans just enjoy going back as the whole family enjoys the kid-friendly show.
OutDaughtered – new season comes on TLC & discovery+
For now, if you haven’t yet signed up for discovery+ streaming, you can still see the upcoming season of the TLC. The show premieres on Tuesday, February 23rd at 8 p.m. ET/PT. We reported that many fans seemed bitter as they heard that the new season only airs via discovery. But Adam Busby reassured fans that it also airs on TLCme and cable as usual. So, many people felt relief about that news. But, some people noticed that they can’t go back and re-watch the old seasons.
On February 8, Adam shared a cute photo of his daughter Parker playing on a swing. Many OutDaughtered fans commented on the pretty little girl. A lot of people love the photo. After all, Parker became something of a fan-favorite. And, they rejoice as she seems over her anxiety these days. But, hidden among all the comments, came a query from one fan about watching the older seasons.
Old seasons of the show – where to watch them
One fan asked Adam, “How come the first 6 seasons went away on tlc?? I need help on how to fix it please.” Another fan said they can still watch them via “discovery+.” Romper.com reports, “While you won’t find newly released movies on the streaming service, you will find 55,000 previously aired episodes from Discovery-owned channels.” And amongst those, are earlier seasons of OutDaughtered. The paid subscription comes in at $4.99 with ads.
Many TLC fans complain about paying more for their favorite shows as they already pay for cable. However, it looks like discovery+ is here to stay. If you subscribe to Amazon Prime, then OutDaughtered comes available on a pay-per-view basis. So, unfortunately, if you hope for a good old-fashioned binge session, then there are few other options if any, to watch the older seasons.
Watch the Busby family on Adam’s vlog
In the meantime, at least Adam Busby still posts up his own videos on his It’s A Buzz World vlog. For now, his vlog airs for free on YouTube. Recent videos include their Thanksgiving trip to Oklahoma and footage of the recent mini-vacation in Williamsburg, VA. Older videos include general updates, visiting the Houston Zoo, and the kids playing with VR. They run for around 20 to 25 minutes each. So, that should help to keep viewers entertained by the OutDaughtered family for a while, at least.
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