How to Watch ‘Counting Cars’ Online – Live Stream Season 9

By Gabriela Vatu / June 4, 2020

There's a new season of Counting Cars heading for History Channel, and we are quite eager to watch Count's Kustoms restore some new wonderful cars. We want to watch Counting Cars online, so let's go figure out the best way to do this.

Counting Cars is a really cool reality TV show that premiered on History back in 2012. The show follows the crew at Count's Kustoms, operated by legendary Danny Koker - also called The Count - who restores cars for customers. He also finds cool deals that he brings back to their former glory and sells them off again. However, that is until he falls in love with a certain car and keeps it for his own collection.

With a new season heading for History, we cannot wait to see what other treasures he gets his hands on.

When and Where to Watch Counting Cars?

Counting Cars will premiere on History on June 4th. New episodes will be available starting at 9 PM. So, clear up your evenings if you want to watch the crew back at what it does best.

How Can I Live Stream Counting Cars?

In today's world, we rely on the Internet to work, learn new things, listen to music, watch our favorite shows, and more. Another thing we can do nowadays is to watch TV online, which enables us to be wherever we are required while still keeping up with our favorite channels on the devices we enjoy most. One of the platforms we like best to watch TV online is Hulu, which has a single bundle of networks. Start your free trial on Hulu now!

If you want even more channels, there are a couple of packs available on Hulu, as well as several premium networks you should check out. One really cool thing about Hulu is that when you subscribe to their Live TV service, they also give you access to the Hulu On-Demand library, which means you have two platforms in one. Hulu works on loads of devices, including iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, PlayStation 4, and more. (Note: Hulu only works in the United States, so if you're traveling abroad, you will need a VPN. You can click here to get more details on the steps you should be taking.)

Here's how you can start your free trial of Hulu:

Other Ways to Watch Counting Cars Online

fuboTV - Another cool platform that can help you watch Counting Cars is fuboTV, which has a single bundle of networks. Start your free trial of fuboTV now! History is one of the about a hundred networks available in the main bundle, but there are multiple channel packs if you're looking for even more content.

Philo - Philo is another service that you should take into consideration. This one has a single bundle of networks and no extra channel packs or premium networks to speak of. Start your free trial of Philo now! Philo is one of the cheapest options on the market, and it comes with some really great perks, so you should look at whether or not they are what you are looking for.

Sling TV - There is also Sling TV on the list, and this service comes with free bundles to choose from. History is part of all free bundles, so you get to pick whichever one you like best. When you do make your choice between the bundles, you need to know that Orange subscribers can watch content on one device at a time, Blue subscribers can watch on three devices simultaneously, and Orange + Blue subscribers get four simultaneous streams. Besides the bundles, you also get to choose any of the available channel packs and premium networks to help you shape your account. Watch 3 Days Free on Sling TV Now!

How Can I Watch Counting Cars When Traveling Outside of the United States?

If you're going to travel abroad and keep up with some of your favorite shows, including Counting Cars, you should know there are some limitations to this situation. In short, all the services you are used to in the United States are not accessible elsewhere due to licensing deals, which clearly state content can only be streamed in the US. That said, there are ways to prevent this situation, such as changing your IP address with a VPN so that you appear to be in the country rather than anywhere else. We recommend ExpressVPN because it's one of the best tools on the market now.

Here's how you can use ExpressVPN to watch Counting Cars anywhere in the world:

Can I Watch Counting Cars Live on the Network's Website?

If you want to watch Counting Cars live on History's website, that's also a good option. To do this, however, you need to log in to an account to get access to the live stream in the first place. (Note: The History live stream is geo-blocked, so you won't be able to access it from abroad unless you have a VPN. Click here to see all the steps you need to take to be able to watch any content from abroad.)

Can I Binge-Watch Counting Cars?

If you want to watch any of the previous Counting Cars seasons, you might want to look into History's website. You will find multiple seasons available to stream, so you can enjoy all the content you like. The show is not currently available on the likes of Hulu or Netflix, so that's not a possibility right now. If you want to watch the new season and binge on the episodes, you will need to wait a little longer before multiple episodes become available.

Can I Purchase Counting Cars Episodes or Seasons?

Since this will be the ninth season of Counting Cars, there are quite a few episodes you can buy and watch whenever you feel like it. You should check platforms like Google Play, YouTube, iTunes, Microsoft Store, Amazon Prime, and Vudu in order to locate them. Make sure you check all the services before purchasing, just in case you can take advantage of a discount.

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