‘Pawn Stars’ Pulled From Netflix: Where Can You Watch the Show

by Madison Miller
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If seeing Rick Harrison, Chumlee, Corey Harrison, Richard Harrison, and the rest of the “Pawn Stars” gang is your favorite TV tradition, we have some bad news.

The show will no longer be available to stream on Netflix. It’s not a massive letdown, however. There was only season two available to watch on the streaming platform after all.

‘Pawn Stars’ Taken Off Netflix, Where to Watch

The episodes of “Pawn Stars” left Netflix Wednesday. It’s common for Netflix to remove content to make room for more new and exciting shows and movies. Netflix released the full list of programs that would be coming to the platform throughout September. This list always also states which shows and movies fans should get ready to say goodbye to.

So, where else can you watch the popular show? Hulu has seasons 11 to 14 available to stream. Otherwise, you can watch the show when it airs on the History Channel. You can also stream full episodes online as long as you sign in with your TV provider.

There are also different options to watch with Pluto TV, Discovery Plus, YouTube TV, Sling TV, and fuboTV. These will all require a subscription of some kind.

Season two is back in the very beginning days of “Pawn Stars.” The show first premiered in 2009 and the second season was in 2010. Now, we have gotten 16 seasons (and counting) of the popular TV series.

For those unfamiliar, “Pawn Stars” follows all the crazy, jaw-dropping, and hilarious moments that go on at the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. The stars are Richard “Old Man” Harrison, his son Rick Harrison, Rick’s son Corey “Big Hoss” Harrison, and Corey’s friend Austin “Chumlee” Russell.

The most recent season premiered in mid-August on the History Channel.

Although fans adore the show, the main cast never saw it going on quite this long.

“Honestly, when I look back 13 years ago, when this all started, I thought we’d be done by now. I thought, if anything, I would be off doing some dumb show of my own. But we’re still making ‘Pawn Stars,’ and I’m loving it. Every year is better than the year before,” Russell told the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

A decade later and the reality series still manages to showcase what is easily the most amusing pawn shop in the U.S.

As far as the future of the show goes, as long as Rick Harrison and the rest of the gang are enjoying the work, the show will go on. During a 2020 interview, Harrison said he would do the show “as long as it’s fun and I still have a blast.”

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