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How to Stream Alone Season 9 Online: Is It on YouTube?

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Alone is a reality TV show where ten people have to survive in the wild and compete with others for a grand prize of $500,000 USD. It may come as a surprise to some, but this series has been going on for 9 seasons now, with Episode 1 of the ninth season dropping tomorrow, May 26th at 9PM ET/PT. The show is distributed by Discovery+, and airs on The History Channel, but will Alone Season 9 stream on YouTube? We’ve got the details for you.

Is Alone Season 9 Online on YouTube?

Unfortunately, Alone’s full episodes are not available on YouTube. However, there are a ton of clips about the multiple seasons on the official History YouTube channel. The full episodes are not available there, probably since the main distributors of the series are Discovery+ and The History Channel. Discovery+ is a subscription-based service which will also grant you access to History, HGTV, TLC, and so many more channels for a pretty low price. Sling is another option for you if you wish to stream your favorite shows online, including Alone. If you are based in Canada, Stack is also there for you.

While Alone is the type of show that seems familiar to most survivalist reality series, the main difference here is that the show’s participants are just that: Alone. No camera crew, no teams, and no producers around them. Only the wilderness and their tools, along with their survival knowledge, will help them through the days. Season 9 takes place in Labrador, Canada. In Season 8, the ten contenders battled it out in the Canadian wilderness around Chilko Lake, British Columbia.

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    Valerie Anne is a Type 1 diabetic, mother, tree-hugger, self-proclaimed granola who loves a good horror story through literature, video games, and movies. She also streams art over at

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