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Wondering where to watch and stream Cheers online? We got you covered. The second season has 22 episodes that originally aired between September 29, 1983, and May 10, 1984. In season 2, the romance between Sam and Diane starts to take shape, despite their contrasting personalities.
Here’s how you can watch and stream Cheers Season 2 via streaming services such as Hulu and Paramount Plus.
Is Cheers Season 2 available to watch via streaming?
Yes, Cheers Season 2 is available to watch via streaming on Hulu and Paramount Plus.
In season 2, Carla goes into labor, while her sister tries to find a suitable romantic partner. When Carla claims that Diane is receiving special treatment at work, the latter decides to get another job. In the season finale, Diane must mount a defense of her relationship with Sam.
The cast includes Ted Danson as Sam Malone, Shelley Long as Diane Chambers, Nicholas Colasanto as “Coach” Ernie Pantusso, Rhea Perlman as Carla Tortelli, George Wendt as Norm Peterson, John Ratzenberger as Cliff Clavin, and more.
Watch Cheers Season 2 streaming via Hulu
Cheers Season 2 is available to watch on Hulu. Launched on Oct. 29, 2007, Hulu is a subscription-based streaming service offering a wide range of original titles as well as TV shows and movies developed by ABC, Searchlight Pictures, FX Networks, Disney Television Studios, 20th Century Studios, Freeform, and more.
You can watch the show via Hulu by following these steps:
Go to Hulu.com/welcome
Select ‘Start Your Free Trial’
Choose a plan:
$7.99 per month or $79.99 per year (With Ads)
$17.99 per month (No Ads)
Hulu (With Ads) is the cheapest option, providing users access to Hulu’s streaming library with commercials. Hulu (No Ads) is the service’s premium option, providing access to its library without any advertisements. There are also several bundles available with Hulu that pair the service with Disney Plus and ESPN Plus, along with Live TV plans that also include many live TV channels.
Watch Cheers Season 2 streaming via Paramount Plus
Cheers Season 2 is available to watch on Paramount Plus. Originally launched as CBS All Access on October 28, 2014, the streaming platform became Paramount Plus on March 4, 2021. Its library contains titles primarily developed by CBS Media Ventures, CBS Studios, Paramount Media Networks (formerly Viacom Media Networks and ViacomCBS Domestic Media Networks), and Paramount Pictures. This includes live sports coverage, original films and TV shows, and live streaming of local CBS broadcast stations (exclusively in the US).
You can watch via Paramount Plus by following these steps:
Select ‘Try It Free’
Choose your plan:
$5.99 per month or $59.99 per year (Essential)
$11.99 per month or $199.99 per year (with SHOWTIME
Enter your personal information and create your account
The Paramount Plus Essential plan includes tens of thousands of episodes and movies, the NFL on CBS, the UEFA Champions League, 24/7 news coverage with CBS News, and limited ads.
The Paramount Plus with SHOWTIME plan includes all of the above, removes the ads except in limited circumstances, and also includes SHOWTIME originals, movies, and sports along with CBS live TV and college football. You’re also able to download shows to your mobile device.
Cheers Season 2’s synopsis is as follows:
“Sam and Diane prove that opposites really do attract when they finally get together in the hit sitcom’s second season — much to the chagrin of some of the regulars — but their unlikely romance is hardly smooth sailing.”
NOTE: The streaming services listed above are subject to change. The information provided was correct at the time of writing.
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