“All in the Family: The Complete Series” is available to purchase on DVD from outlets like Amazon and Walmart online, as are the show’s individual seasons (although those are more difficult to come by). Alternatively, those who wish to stream the show may do so at no added charge on Prime Video’s ad-supported counterpart Freevee. All nine seasons are similarly available to stream on Apple TV, although you’ll have to pay a fee to check them out there. As always, we would encourage you to pick up a hard copy of the series if you’re so inclined, lest you risk finding yourself only partway through streaming the show when it’s suddenly removed from your platform of choice.
If you’re a hardcore completionist, you may also want to check out the show’s various spin-offs, including “Maude” (which centers on Edith’s cousin Maude Findlay), “The Jeffersons” (a sitcom about the Bunkers’ Black one-time next-door neighbors), “Archie Bunker’s Place” (itself more of a sequel series about Archie managing the tavern he bought on “All in the Family”), “Gloria” (a show about a now-divorced Gloria and her son), and “704 Hauser” (a series about a family living in the Bunkers’ former house). Admittedly, these series are pretty scattered across the internet and rarely available in their entirety, but you can find episodes and behind-the-scenes material from most of them on the official Norman Lear YouTube channel. You can also view illegal uploads for many of their episodes on YouTube (we promise we won’t tell if you do).