How to Watch ‘House’ Online – Stream Seasons 1 to 8 Episodes

By Gabriela Vatu / July 30, 2019

When it comes to medical dramas, House is one of the best-known and most loved shows on the planet. Everyone knows unconventional and sarcastic Dr. Gregory House, played by Hugh Laurie, so if you want to watch and rewatch House online, there are quite a few ways to do it.

House, also called House, M.D., is a medical drama that premiered back in 2004 and ran until 2012 for a total of eight seasons. House himself is a medical genius who leads a team of diagnosticians at a fictional hospital in New Jersey.

We don't know whether you love House more, or his team - Chase, Cameron, or Foreman, or perhaps even Cuddy or his best friend, Wilson. Either way, we're always eager to watch a House episode and see what diagnosis they manage to put on some of the weirdest cases.

The show originally aired on Fox, but every now and then you can find reruns on a number of channels, including Oxygen. None are running the show at the time, so we won't be mentioning those this instant. We will discuss, however, other ways you can watch.

How to Watch House Without Cable?

Nowadays, we can watch content in so many ways online. There are many platforms, which is great because we have a lot of versatility. These platforms offer us so much content that we can enjoy, so they're worth every penny every time we're bored. Let's see what platforms can help you watch the show.

NBC's Website - You can find all eight seasons of House on NBC's website, so you can stream them there. In order to access the videos, however, you're going to have to log into an account on the site. For this, you'll need credentials from your TV provider, which can be a cable company or a live TV service. The live TV platforms that feature NBC are fuboTV, Sling TV (the Blue and Orange + Blue bundles), Hulu, YouTube TV, DirecTV Now (all bundles), and PlayStation Vue (all bundles).

Amazon Prime - If you're an Amazon Prime subscriber, you can watch House for free directly on the service. This is quite great because Amazon Prime Video has an awesome system that gives you loads of info on videos and shows. The service comes with many apps you can download for your devices, including Amazon Fire TV and Fire Stick, Smart TVs, Blu-Ray Players, game consoles, Fire Tablet, iPhones, iPads, Roku devices, and Android phones and tablets. The subscription price for Amazon Prime runs at $12.99 per month or $119 per year and includes numerous perks, from free movies and shows, music, books, and speedy delivery, to name a very few.

How to Watch House When Traveling Abroad?

One thing that's not so great about live TV platforms and streaming services is that they are all geoblocked. This means that when you travel abroad, you lose access to the content because their licensing deals prevent them from allowing content to stream outside of the United States. The issue can be fixed by changing your IP address so the platform thinks you are still within the United States. We suggest you look into subscribing to a VPN service. We'll even guide you through it.

How to Binge-Watch House?

There are quite a few ways you can binge-watch House. On top of using the obvious options of watching the episodes on NBC's website and Amazon Prime, you also have a few other options.

For instance, you can purchase House episodes or full seasons from platforms like Google Play, YouTube, iTunes, Microsoft Store, Amazon Prime, or Vudu. You can check all the links to see which one comes with a better price offer for the content you want to purchase.

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