How to Watch ‘Wheel of Fortune’ Online Without Cable

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Quick Answer: Watch new episodes of Wheel of Fortune online for free with trials to live streaming services like DirecTV Stream and fuboTV.

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For over four decades, Wheel of Fortune has been a beloved fixture in American households since its original debut in 1975. Hosted by the legendary Pat Sajak and the iconic Vanna White, the show is the longest-running syndicated game show in the country and has, no doubt, left an indelible mark on pop culture.

As Wheel of Fortune enters its 41st season, it marks the end of an era with Pat Sajak’s impending departure from the show, with prolific media personality, game show host, and Emmy-winning producer, Ryan Seacrest, set to take the reins alongside Vanna White with Sajak consulting behind the scenes for the next three years. You can catch Sajak in his final season of Wheel of Fortune when it airs on local networks and niche cable channel Game Show Network. But those who’ve pulled the plug on cable can catch every round with a few streaming services that won’t cost you a fortune of your own. If you’re past your last spin with cable, here’s where you can livestream the classic game show online.

Editor’s Note: New episodes of Wheel of Fortune air weeknights on local networks and Game Show Network. Check the show’s site for specific broadcast channels and regional air times, depending on where you live.

How to Watch Wheel of Fortune Online

If you’ve unplugged the cable box for good, here’s your guide to streaming Wheel of Fortune online so you never miss a letter.

Watch Wheel of Fortune on DirecTV Stream

Watch each round of Wheel of Fortune weeknights with DirecTV Stream’s Entertainment package, which comes with a five-day free trial and allows access to stations airing the show, like ABC, NBC, CNN, and CBS. It costs $79.99 (plus tax) a month following your free trial. Upgrade to the streaming service’s Choice subscription for over 105 specialty channels like Big Ten Network, NBA TV, SEC Network, and Game Show Network, which also airs Fortune every weeknight, for $108.99 (plus tax) a month after your five-day trial.

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Stream Wheel of Fortune on fuboTV

fuboTV delivers Fortune at your fingertips with a seven-day free trial and subscription plans ranging from $79.99 to $99.99 monthly. The service streams ABC shows, including Wheel of Fortune, and other local affiliate station programs, news, and entertainment channels like Comedy Central, Bravo, TV Land, Disney Channel, Freeform, E! Entertainment Television, Freeform, and tons more.

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Stream Wheel of Fortune on Hulu + Live TV

If Hulu + Live TV was in the game, it’d be considered the “Bonus round” for the platform’s programming. Not only do you get the service’s critically acclaimed original shows, like The Bear and Only Murders in the Building, but Hulu + Live TV also allows subscribers to stream local ABC, NBC, and CBS stations, plus ESPN+, Disney+, and more in its 90-channel offering. Get a Hulu + Live TV plan starting at $76.99 a month (with ads).

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Stream Wheel of Fortune Online on Sling TV

Look to Sling TV for Wheel of Fortune on demand, starting at $40 per month for the Orange plan (sports, entertainment, and family channels), $45 for the Blue (on local affiliates stations like ABC), and $60 for both (plus 22 exclusive channels). You get half off your first month and have the chance to customize your channel further with additional sports, news, entertainment, kids, and more channels.

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How to Watch Celebrity Wheel of Fortune 

For a different spin of Wheel of Fortune, you can watch stars win big for charitable causes on ABC’s Celebrity Wheel of Fortune, hosted by Pat Sajak’s daughter, Maggie Sajak, on your local network on Wednesdays at 9/8 p.m. CT. Without cable, stream new episodes online with services that grant access to local stations, like DirecTV Stream, fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, and watch select past episodes on ABC’s site.

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