Created in 1963, Let’s Make a Deal (LMAD) has become one of the most unique game shows in the world. Studio audience members are selected to become “traders” and make deals with the host. Traders are given an item with value and will have to decide whether to keep it or exchange it for an unknown item that has equal, lesser (a “zonk”), or greater value, in what is referred to as a deal.
The interactive nature of the show makes it easy for viewers to play along at home. What makes LMAD stand out from other game shows is that many audience members dress outrageously in costumes and as characters to increase their odds of being noticed to become traders on the show.
Monty Hall, who served as the original host, co-created the show with Stefan Hatos, which originally aired on NBC in 1963. Over the past 6 decades, the show has aired on NBC, ABC, and CBS, which is home to the most recent incarnation. Between the three networks, LMAD has aired over 6,000 episodes over the years, and in its current version, actor-comedian Wayne Brady serves as host.
Fans of Let’s Make a Deal can find out how to watch without cable, below.
How to Watch Let’s Make a Deal Cable
CBS has been the home of Let’s Make a Deal since 2009 and the network can be found on many live TV streaming services. DIRECTV STREAM, Fubo, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV carry the network and cord cutters on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and other compatible devices. CBS is also available to simulstream on Paramount+.
Stream Let’s Make a Deal for Free
There are a few different ways that you can watch one of America’s oldest game show for free. Viewers can watch CBS for free by using an antenna and you can find out which affiliates are in your area by using AntennaWeb.
You can stream CBS for free by using the free trials offered by DIRECTV STREAM (5 days) and Fubo (one week). Paramount+ offers a one-week free trial too.
Find out more about each of the streaming services below.
Watch Let’s Make a Deal on DIRECTV STREAM
The Entertainment package from DIRECTV STREAM is the perfect way to watch CBS and contestants haggle their way on Let’s Make a Deal. The plan includes over 105 live channels for only $64.99/mo., and unlimited cloud DVR storage so you can rewatch your favorite moments from the hit game show and many more events, movies, and series.
Watch Let’s Make a Deal online for free before subscribing to DIRECTV STREAM by using its risk-free 5-day free trial.
Watch Let’s Make a Deal on Fubo
Stream Let’s Make a Deal live each weekday on CBS with the Pro Plan for only $74.99/mo. The Pro plan on Fubo includes over 140 live channels and 1000 hours of cloud DVR storage, and you can view up to 10 screens at home, so you and your family or friends can watch throughout your home.
Watch Let’s Make a Deal online for free with Fubo’s one-week free trial.
Watch Let’s Make a Deal on Hulu + Live TV
For as low as $69.99/mo., subscribers to Hulu + Live TV have access to over 85 channels, including CBS. Subscribers can watch Let’s Make a Deal live, plus the subscription includes Disney+ and ESPN+, and thousands of hours of content from Hulu’s large library. Record and rewatch with unlimited DVR storage.
Watch Let’s Make a Deal on YouTube TV
YouTube TV is one of the best ways to stream Let’s Make a Deal on CBS. The service offers a robust channel lineup of over 100 live channels for only $72.99 per month.
Plus, subscribers can rewatch their favorite episodes of deal-making and much more for up to 9 months with unlimited cloud DVR storage. Make it a family affair with 3 simultaneous streams and 6 accounts per household included.
Watch Let’s Make a Deal on Paramount+
Stream Let’s Make a Deal live on your local CBS affiliate with the Premium plan from Paramount+. For $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year, watch over 2,000 episodes, hit shows, movies, and unlock everything Paramount+ has to offer.
Watch Let’s Make a Deal online for free by trying Paramount+ one-week trial.
Other Ways to Watch Let’s Make a Deal
With sign-on authentication, you can watch full episodes of Let’s Make a Deal on demand via CBS app or official website. Some episodes are available to watch without authentication.
Game Show Network (GSN) sometimes airs old episodes of Let’s Make a Deal as well.