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Here's Where You Can Watch Pee-Wee's Playhouse

Here's Where You Can Watch Pee-Wee's Playhouse

Ideally, one can find the old 1996 VHS box sets on the second-hand market. DVDs of the complete series are also readily available, and the Shout! Factory put out an excellent Blu-ray version. Incidentally, if one wants more of Paul Ruebens, Shout! also put out a Blu-ray of “Cheech and Chong’s Next Movie.” If one is more inclined toward advanced technology, however, then “Pee-wee’s Playhouse” is available from the following services.

All five seasons are currently available through Hoopla, a streaming service that can be accessed using only your local library card and a valid e-mail address. The series is free.

If one is keener to purchase “Pee-wee’s Playhouse” for download, however, multiple online stores also carry it. Apple TV is offering the “Pee-wee’s Playhouse” Christmas Special for a mere $2.99. 

Fandango’s online service Vudu is offering seasons 1 and 2 for $24.99 per season in standard definition, and $34.99 in HD. One can also purchase individual episodes for $1.99 each in SD or $2.99 each in HD. Seasons 4 and 5 are $17.99 in SD and $27.99 in HD. The truncated season 3 is not available.

For those who were really into Quibi and like watching TV on their phones, “Pee-wee’s Playhouse” can also be found in the Google Play Store. Season 1 is $24.99, seasons 2, 4, and 5 are $15.99, and the only three episodes of the third season are $3.99. There are no HD options. 

Amazon also has all five seasons in a similar format to Vudu. Season 1 is $34.99 for HD and $22.49 for SD. Seasons 2 and 4 are $23.99 in HD and $15.99 in SD. Season 3 is $5.98 in HD and $3.98 in SD. Season 5 is $21.59 in HD and $15.99 in SD. 

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