Admittedly, I was late to the “Letterkenny” game, but only because someone told me that the show was basically “Trailer Park Boys,” and I still have a personal vendetta against the person who said that because it meant I was a good four years late to the super soft party.
Since the show’s debut in 2016, “Letterkenny” has been cranking out about two seasons per year, and thanks to the pandemic giving everyone an excuse to binge-watch all of the shows they never got around to watching, it’s developed a die-hard fanbase chomping at the bit for more adventures with the hicks, the skids, and the hockey players. With season 10 just around the corner, now is the perfect time to catch up (or, let’s be honest, rewatch) all of the Canadian comedy series. Pitter patter, let’s get at ‘er, here’s where you can stream or buy every season of “Letterkenny.”
Where You Can Stream Letterkenny
If you’re in the United States, Hulu is the home for all things “Letterkenny.” The platform acquired the exclusive U.S. rights to all future seasons of the show back in 2019, beginning with season seven. Created by Jared Keeso, who also developed and wrote it with Jacob Tierney, originated on CraveTV in Canada, but the show is released in the U.S. under the Hulu Originals banner.
CraveTV has claimed that the debut of “Letterkenny” was the biggest of any series on their platform since it launched in 2014, and that as of March 10, 2016, nearly one in three subscribers to the service have watched “Letterkenny.”
Production has also begun on the “Letterkenny” spin-off, “Shoresy,” based on the faceless antagonist of the hockey players of the same name (and played by Keeso in a cheap wig). The series is set to debut on CraveTV, but no announcements have been made regarding its availability in the U.S. It’s assumed that Hulu will obtain the rights, but as this isn’t an official season of “Letterkenny,” there’s a chance it may end up elsewhere.
Where You Can Buy Letterkenny
The first seven seasons are currently available for purchase on Apple iTunes, ranging between $15.99 and $16.99 per season. Individual episodes from the seasons are available for $1.99 and $2.99 a pop, depending on whether or not you want standard definition or high-definition. Similarly, the first five seasons are available on Amazon Prime, but the prices are all over the place and have been fluctuating throughout the holiday season due to sales and promotional events. Amazon also has the first eight seasons available on DVD for purchase, again, at fluctuating prices. The ninth season has yet to get a physical release, but according to Blu-Ray.com, it will be available on December 14, 2021.