"Joe Pickett," the most-viewed Spectrum Originals series ever, is coming to Paramount+. The Wyoming-set crime drama's complete first season will be available to stream on Paramount+, starting Sunday, May 15, 2022. Keep reading to find out everything you need to know about "Joe Pickett."
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The Paramount Television Studios-produced "Joe Pickett" is a modern Western and crime drama based on author C.J. Box's bestselling Joe Pickett novels. It stars Michael Dorman as the franchise's titular hero. In the show's first season, Joe finds himself in the thick of a murder mystery when a poacher who had it out for the game warden's family turns up dead. Julianna Guill and Sharon Lawrence co-star.
If you haven't binge-watched the series yet, then it's time to get get busy: The show has been renewed for Season 2. That means more episodes are on their way!
Keep reading to find out where you can watch "Joe Pickett."
Paramount Television Studios and Essentials are both subsidiaries of Paramount.
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When does 'Joe Pickett' come out?
This is a bit of a trick question. "Joe Picket," you see, already is out. The show's 10-episode first season premiered on Spectrum in December 2021. But unless you're a Spectrum subscriber (something that, depending on your address, may not even be an option), then you haven't had a chance to watch it. That all changes on Sunday, May 15, 2022, when Season 1 of "Joe Pickett" becomes available to stream on Paramount+.
Where to watch 'Joe Pickett'
If you're a Spectrum subscriber, then look for "Joe Pickett," along with other Spectrum Originals shows, on that platform. If you're not a Spectrum subscriber, or, if you don't live in an area where Spectrum is offered, then you'll want to check out "Joe Pickett" on Paramount+. Starting Sunday, May 15, 2022, the show's entire first season will be available on the streamer. (And, by the by, there's no rule that says you can't be a subscriber to both Spectrum and Paramount+.)
Spectrum has renewed "Joe Pickett" for a second season. You'll be able to find Season 1 of "Joe Pickett" on Paramount+ as of May 15.
How to stream 'Joe Pickett' on Paramount+
Paramount+ has two subscriber tiers: There's the $5-a-month "Essential Plan," a budget-minded option with ads; and, there's the $10-a-month "Premium Plan," which, yup, costs more, but delivers ad-free content.
Paramount+ offers a one-week, free-trial period. This means you can sign up, and binge-watch "Joe Pickett" and otherrisk-free.
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