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How To Stream & Watch All Pawn Stars Do America Episodes From Season 1

"Pawn Stars" has remained a History institution since 2009. Numerous sellers have entered the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop in Las Vegas to see how much their goods are really worth. But there's still a lot Rick Harrison and the team still haven't found, and that's where "Pawn Stars Do America" fills in the gaps.

The first season of the spin-off series sees Rick, Corey, and Chumlee travel around the United States, allowing people from all over the country to get their valuables appraised. Chumlee even spoke with Looper about their adventures during Season 1 and how fun it was to see different states. They'll explore even more cities in "Pawn Stars Do America" Season 2, but if you still haven't caught up with the new series, you have some options for watching it. 

You can watch the first batch of "Pawn Stars Do America" episodes on History's website, but you'll need to sign in with your cable provider, which may not be feasible. They're also available through Hulu with Live TV. If you feel like purchasing and downloading the first season, you can do so on various platforms, including Apple TV, Vudu, Amazon Prime Video, and Google Play. But you can also watch the show through a free platform, as long as you're a friend of your local library.

Hoopla has Pawn Stars Do America episodes via a library card

With so many streaming services available today, finding the shows you want to watch can become a little overwhelming. And if you sign up for too many, you could end up paying quite a bit of money every month. However, you can save yourself money and hassle by utilizing Hoopla, which has all "Pawn Stars Do America" Season 1 episodes for free as long as you have a library card. 

That's right; after getting your library card (a completely free process), you can access Hoopla, which has all eight episodes of the first season. You have to "check out" each episode individually, and there's a limit on how much you can access per month. But with some patience, you can get through all of Season 1 in no time. Truth be told, Hoopla is an excellent resource regardless of what media you consume. You can obviously access audiobooks, ebooks, and comic books, but Hoopla also provides numerous movies, TV shows, and albums. And this cannot be emphasized enough — it's all for free. 

Everyone should support their local libraries. In many instances, you don't even have to visit the physical location to sign up for a library card, as it can be done online. It's a great tool to have if you're interested in saving money while still watching your favorite shows.