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On September 25th, 2019, the Survivor series returns for its 39th seasonSurvivor: Island of the Idols. A cultural institution hailing from practically the start of the millennium, Survivor retains a dedicated fanbase to this day.
But while the show survived the transition into the late 2010s, a different media institution — cable — has not fared so well. This has left many fans wondering how to watch Survivor if they’ve cut the cord.
Fear not, as plenty of streaming services and app subscriptions grant you access to the newest season. But which service fits your needs and interests? We’re outlining all of your options to help find the perfect way to watch Survivor.

1. Amazon Prime Video

Amazon Prime video carries the whole season in HD for $24.99 and in SD for $19.99. Whether you buy the whole season or an individual episode at a time, the program is available the moment it airs live on cable. Also, keep an eye out for surprise deals. Earlier this month, Amazon preorders only cost $4.

Watch at Amazon Prime

2. CBS All Access

For $5.99 a month, CBS All Access lets you tune into Survivor: Island of the Idols live. You’ll also gain access to every single episode from the show’s past 38 seasons. All Access also offers plenty of additional content, such as NCIS, NFL games and Big Brother (another series perfect for Survivor fans). And there’s a week-long free trial for those who wish to test it out.

Subscribe to CBS All Access

3. Hulu + Live TV

A bit pricier than other options, Hulu + Live TV comes in at $44.99 a month. For $50.00 a month, you can get your programming commercial-free, as well. You also get access to more than 60 channels live, meaning you can catch up on more than just Survivor each week. Like many other services here, Hulu + Live TV offers a one-week free trial.

Subscribe to Hulu + Live TV

4. Apple TV

Like Amazon, Apple TV offers entire seasons of Survivor for $24.99. Also like Amazon, while you won’t have access to the archive of past seasons, you will technically own any season that you buy for life.

Watch at Apple TV

5. Google Play

For Android and Chromecast users, Google Play presents a really great deal with seasons starting at $19.99. This is noticeably cheaper than most other options. That said, Google Play is not available to stream on every type of device, so double-check that you’ll be able to access it easily before purchasing the show.

Watch at Google Play

6. fuboTv

Compatible with all of the most popular streaming devices, fuboTV starts at $54.99 a month, and gives you access to more than 100 channels. It’s also an ideal choice for sports fans, as the service carries a large number of sports channels. FuboTV comes with a one-week free trial period.

Subscribe to FuboTV

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If you’re worried about missing deals, be sure to set up a Deal Alert to keep you informed of all the best smart TV bargains. Just like Survivor, deals are all about playing your cards right.
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Mick Jacobs

If Carly Rae Jepsen and Sabrina Spellman raised a child, Mick Jacobs would be the result. He plays the saxophone, writes about music, and loves his hometown of Cleveland. His work appears in PopMatters, Spectrum Culture, and Pretty Much Amazing, and his own site Secondhand Setlists covers the live music scene in Los Angeles. A proponent of happy hour, the mall, and public transit, Mick loves nothing more than a good deal.