Growing Up Chrisley is coming back for Season 4 with some new episodes. It, however, appears to have shifted to a different network. Previously seasons of the docuseries focusing on Todd Chrisley’s children aired on USA alongside Chrisley Knows Best. Despite netting an average of over 1 million viewers for Season 3, the series will be shifting to a new network for Season 4. Where is Growing Up Chrisley moving and how will fans watch it? Keep reading for the details.
Growing Up Chrisley shifts to a new network
According to Deadline, the series is coming back for Season 4. But, the series is shifting from USA to E!. This means the series will actually drop and be available for streaming via Peacock. Sadly, this does mean that fans may be forced to pick up a new streaming service if they are interested in watching new episodes of Growing Up Chrisley.
How much does Peacock cost?
The upside to Growing Up Chrisley Season 4 landing on Peacock is that Peacock is one of the cheaper streaming services available. According to the FAQ on the website, fans can unlock Peacock Premium and get access to all content for as low as $4.99 a month. The $4.99 Premium subscription, however, does include commercials. Subscribers can upgrade to the Premium Plus option and pay $9.99 a month or $99.99 a year for access to all content without commercials.
While the news of Season 4 premiering on July 4 on Peacock did not include whether it would be part of the free streaming service, it is safe to assume fans will have to upgrade to Premium to stream the content when it drops.
Growing Up Chrisley: How will the episodes drop?
Sadly, the news of Season 4 of Growing Up Chrisley getting a release date didn’t include if the series would drop all at one time or if Peacock would be dropping weekly new episodes. The original report, however, reads that the series will drop on July 4th. So, it is possible the streaming service is going to make all of Season 4 available at the same time.
Are you bummed Growing Up Chrisley shifted to a different network? Are you going to subscribe to Peacock to watch it? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
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