Counting Cars season 9

Counting Cars season 9 will premiere at 10 PM EST (7 PM PST / 3 AM BST) on June 3. There’ll be one new episode every Wednesday evening until at least August, but given that the most recent seasons have been longer than usual, there could be even more in store than we’re aware of. Read on to find out how you can watch Counting Cars season 9 live online from anywhere in the world.

It’s important to recognize that we’re only recommending official sources below. Although you may be able to watch Counting Cars via unauthorized streams, these are frequently low-quality and are usually taken offline fairly quickly for copyright violation. Further, with plenty of ways to stream the new season online, there’s really no reason to use unreliable, unlicensed sources.

Note: Counting Cars will only be available on geo-restricted streaming services. If you’re traveling abroad and looking to watch on your services from back home, you’ll need a VPN.

How to live stream Counting Cars abroad with a VPN

Relax: even if you’re completely new to VPNs, you shouldn’t have any issues streaming Counting Cars from abroad. In fact, you can access region-locked content in five easy steps.

Here’s how to watch Counting Cars season 9 online from anywhere:

  1. Start by signing up for a reputable VPN (we particularly recommend ExpressVPN) but NordVPN and CyberGhost are two excellent low-cost alternatives.
  2. Next, download and install the VPN app. Most providers allow around five connections at once, so feel free to add the software to all of your most commonly used devices.
  3. Log in and connect to any of your VPN’s American servers. This will hide your real IP address and make it look as though you’re in the US.
  4. Visit the History Channel website and sign in with your cable provider details or a supported streaming service.
  5. Finally, try to play a video. It should begin to play immediately but if you run into any problems, clearing your cookies and reloading the page should fix them.

This show will be broadcast live, which is why it’s so important to test your VPN ahead of time. Otherwise, last-minute technical trouble could mean that you miss the start of an episode. Remember: most major providers offer 24/7 support over email and live chat, just in case.

How to watch Counting Cars season 9 on US TV

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The new season of Counting Cars will air exclusively on the History Channel. If you have a cable TV subscription that includes this channel, you can just sign in and watch online at no additional cost. Here’s the best part, though: the History Channel website also lets users sign in with a wide variety of streaming services, making it easy to watch Counting Cars online without cable.

So which over-the-top services work with the History Channel? Well, there’s Philo, fuboTV, and AT&T TV Now, for a start. However, we recommend using Hulu instead since it’s much less expensive than the other options, at $5.99 USD per month. That said, each of the above services comes with a free trial so you can try them all out and see which works best for you.

Not quite caught up yet? The History Channel also lets users stream every prior episode of Counting Cars online. As this platform is geo-restricted, you’ll need a VPN to access it abroad. ExpressVPN includes a 30-day money-back guarantee, meaning you can stream new episodes risk-free and get a full refund if unsatisfied.

How to stream Counting Cars outside of the US

Unfortunately, at the moment, we don’t know when season 9 will be released outside of the US (it’s not even available on History Channel Canada). There are a couple of international broadcasters that show older episodes on occasion, though; take a look below to find out how to watch Counting Cars abroad.


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One of the great things about Counting Cars is that it’s a series that’s perfectly fine to watch out of order. This is lucky because there are only two ways to stream it in the UK: watch older episodes on Blaze or pay £2.49 per episode on Amazon Prime Video.

Neither option is perfect. Despite being free to use, Blaze rarely shows Counting Cars, and even if you’re prepared to pay, Prime Video only has the first five seasons. Further, you’ll have to connect to a British VPN server to watch if you’re outside of the UK.


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7plus occasionally shows older episodes of Counting Cars, but doesn’t seem to follow any specific schedule for doing so. For instance, it sometimes shows multiple episodes in a day, but then goes several weeks without airing any. In any case, users can stream the most recently-shown episodes for free, without even having to create an account first.

This streaming service is region-locked and only usually available in Australia. Despite this, it’s possible to unblock and use it abroad by connecting to one of your VPN’s Australian servers.

What’s new in season 9 of Counting Cars?

The teaser for season 9 really doesn’t give us much to go on but it’s safe to say that there’ll be cars involved. As well as seeing the Count and his team modify a steady stream of muscle cars and Mustangs, we’ll also watch them get up close and personal with some one-of-a-kind vehicles including drag racer Ohio George’s instantly recognizable Funny Car.