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How to Watch All Seasons of Survivor in 2022

By Sam Cook • Published Jul 6, 2022

Updated Jul 6, 2022

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Survivor is one of the longest-running and most popular reality TV competition series around. Currently on its 42nd season, Survivor fans could easily start all the way back at Season 1, Survivor: Borneo. You can stream Survivor by accessing this CBS-owned branded in one of two ways: Either sign in with your TV provider information (fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV) all work for this if you’re into cord-cutting) or get CBS access directly from the company using its Paramount+ streaming service.

How to Watch Survivor Seasons 1 - 40

Whether you’re a fan of the original Survivor seasons, were too young to watch them when they first aired, or are just getting into the series now, there are a large number of available options to watch Seasons 1 - 4. As a reminder, each season of Survivor takes place somewhere new. Here’s the breakdown of the first four seasons:

  • Season 1 - Survivor: Borneo

  • Season 2 - Survivor: The Australian Outback

  • Season 3 - Survivor: Africa

  • Season 4 - Survivor: Marquesas

As noted in the intro, if you want to catch up on where Survivor all began as a series, you need access to either a TV provider that carries CBS, or you need a subscription to Paramount+ (formerly known as CBS All Access). Between these options, a multi-channel TV provider like fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, or YouTube TV that offers CBS is great if you also want a complete cable TV channel package, while Paramount+ is excellent if you’re looking for a low-cost, single-channel subscription service.

How to Watch the Newest Survivor Episodes (Seasons 41 and 42)

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Survivor entered its newest season this year with Seasons 41 and 42. If you’re a fan, you’ll probably recognize that there’s no subtitle attached to Survivor 41 or Survivor 42. That’s because CBS began dropping the location names of Survivor after it started filming in the same location over consecutive years. Both Survivor 41 and 42 take place in Fiji, as do the 7 Survivor series before them.

You can easily stream Survivor 41 and Survivor 42 using the same services as mentioned above: fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, or YouTube TV if you plan to cut the cord on traditional cable TV, Paramount+ if you want a low-cost single-channel streaming service, or through a traditional cable TV provider that carries CBS.

Now that you know which services offer the best access to all seasons of Survivor, let’s dive into why you might want to consider each one.

Watch All Seasons of Survivor on Paramount+

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Paramount+ Pricing and Packages

You can sign up to Paramount+ for as little as $4.99/month for the Essential (ad-supported) subscription. If you hate advertisements, the Premium subscription is a small bump in price at $9.99/month.

Each streaming package gives you access to your local CBS TV station live streaming, over a dozen other live TV channels and 24/7 stations, as well as the entire library of content owned by ViacomCBS. That includes all 42 seasons of Survivor, and many other hit TV shows and movies that fall within its ownership (CBS, MTV, Nickelodeon, BET, Comedy Central, and Smithsonian Channel).

Paramount+

7 day free trial

$5.99 / month
A mountain of entertainment
No ads
Live and on-demand titles

Paramount+ Streams and DVR

This service allows you to stream on up to 3 devices at once. That carries over into both the Essential and Premium packages. Although you do get access to several live streaming stations, there is no DVR with this service.

Paramount+ Supported Devices

  • Computer: Web browsers

  • Mobile: Android, iOS,

  • Streaming: Apple TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, Roku, Portal TV, VIDAA TV

  • Gaming: Xbox, PlayStation 4

  • Cable set-top boxes: Xfinity Flex and X1, Comcast Contour Box

  • TVs: LG, Samsung, Vizio

Watch All Seasons of Survivor on fuboTV

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fuboTV Pricing and Packages

With fuboTV, you can stream local broadcast networks like CBS and many other sports-centric and entertainment channels using one of three packages: Pro ($69.99/month), Elite ($79.99/month), and Ultimate ($99.99/month)

FuboTV’s streaming plans each offer 100+ channels and provide access to all 4 major broadcast networks (CBS, Fox, NBC, ABC).

Each plan will also allow you to use your fuboTV account credentials to log into CBS.com, where you can view all 42 seasons of the hit Survivor TV series.

100+ Channels
Wide sports coverage
1,000 hours of cloud DVR
3 simultaneous stream
150+ channels
Multiple streams
No hidden fees
All the best sports

fuboTV Streams and DVR

All fuboTV base packages allow you to stream on up to 10 devices at once simultaneously. All plans also include 1,000 hours of cloud DVR storage.

fuboTV Supported Devices

  • Computer: Web browsers

  • Mobile: Android, iOS

  • Streaming: Apple TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, Roku

  • Gaming: Xbox

  • TVs: Hisense, LG, Samsung, Vizio

Watch All Seasons of Survivor on Hulu + Live TV

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Hulu + Live TV Pricing and Packages

Although you can watch Survivor through Hulu’s $6.99/month on-demand streaming service, you need access to CBS through Hulu + Live TV if you want all seasons of Survivor. Hulu + Live TV has just one package of 75+ channels for $69.99/month.

Once you’ve signed up for Hulu + Live TV, you can use your credentials to sign into CBS.com, where you’ll be able to watch all 42 past seasons of Survivor and any future seasons that air.

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Hulu + Live TV Streams and DVR

Your Hulu + Live TV streaming package allows you to watch any and all of its content on up to 2 screens per account. However, you can upgrade to Hulu’s Unlimited Screens package for $9.99/month which allows you to have an unlimited number of simultaneous streams on any number of devices connected to your home network, and up to 3 devices outside of your home network.

Taking a page out of YouTube TV’s playbook, Hulu + Live TV now features unlimited DVR storage with recordings that stay active for 9 months.

Hulu + Live TV Supported Devices

  • Computer: Web browsers

  • Mobile: Android, iOS, Fire Tablets

  • Streaming: Apple TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, Roku

  • Gaming: Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, Xbox

  • TVs: Android TV, LG, Samsung, Vizio

  • Cable set-top boxes: Cox, Xfinity

  • Smart Home: Echo Show

Watch All Seasons of Survivor on YouTube TV

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YouTube TV Pricing and Packages

You can sign up for YouTube TV through its single package of 85+ channels for $64.99/month. On occasion, the company offers discounts on the first few months of service, so you may be able to time it right to get in at a lower price.

Within that channel package, you’ll find CBS alongside many other local broadcast networks, sports channels, and entertainment TV. You can use your YouTube TV credentials to log into CBS.com and view all 42 seasons of Survivor, plus any other seasons that release in the future.

Unlimited DVR space.
6 accounts for 1 price
85+ broadcast, cable, and regional sports networks

YouTube TV Streams and DVR

This service offers unlimited DVR storage (videos expire after 9 months), 6 individual user accounts (each with their own DVR), and the option to stream on up to 3 devices at once. If you want more simultaneous streams, the $19.99/month 4K streaming add-on gives lets you watch on any number of devices at once.

YouTube TV Supported Devices

  • Computer: Web browsers

  • Mobile: Android, iOS

  • Streaming: Apple TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, Roku

  • Gaming: PlayStation, Xbox

  • TVs: Android TV, Hisense, LG, Samsung, Sharp, Vizio

  • Smart Home: Google Nest

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Sam Cook

Sam Cook is a full-time content strategist by day, a part-time freelance content writer since 2015. In another life, he was a high school English teacher for nearly a decade. Based in sunny New Orleans, he writes long-form educational content on technology, including Insurtech, Fintech, HRtech, and content streaming.

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