Letterkenny is distributed by Canadian video-on-demand service Crave, owned by Bell Media. It was the first original series offered on the platform. In 2018, it became available for streaming in the United States as well, on Hulu.



In Canada, all seasons and holiday specials can be streamed on Crave, on demand, with a subscription. Seasons 1–6 and the holiday specials can also be purchased from iTunes or Google Play.

Crave also offers the Letterkenny: Ferda Edition, which includes episode commentary, and the original Letterkenny Problems series as well. Crave will also stream the Littlekenny animated shorts offered by sister platform SnackableTV.

United StatesEdit

In the U.S., all seasons and holidays specials are available for streaming on Hulu. On June 25, 2019, they were also made available in the U.S. iTunes store. The Ferda edition is not currently available in the U.S.

Seasons 1 and 2 were released on Hulu on July 13, 2018. Seasons 3–6 were released on Hulu at 3:00 a.m. Eastern Time on December 27, 2018. On June 6, 2019, Hulu announced that it had acquired exclusive streaming rights in the U.S., and would bill Letterkenny as one of its "Hulu Originals" starting with Season 7, to be released October 14. Despite this appellation, Hulu only distributes the show, and does not produce it.


On September 15, 2019, it was announced via @LetterkennyProb on Twitter that Letterkenny would be broadcast in Australia on free broadcast channel SBS Viceland starting on October 15, 2019, and also made available then through SBS On Demand. It was not immediately clear which seasons were included in the agreement.


A Region 1 DVD has been released for each of the first six seasons of Letterkenny. The Season 2 disc includes the St. Perfect's Day special, the Season 4 disc includes the The Haunting of MoDean's II special, and the Season 5 disc includes the Super Hard Easter special. The Season 6 DVD was released on August 27, 2019.

A combined set, Letterkenny: Season 1-5, was made available in 2018. A collector's edition of the combined set comes in a wooden box and includes a Puppers beer cozy.

The DVDs are available for sale from the Canadian and U.S. websites for

The DVDs are somewhat limited, in that they are not in high definition, do not include subtitles, and provide no special features or other additional content. Nevertheless, given the relatively limited distribution in the early days of the show, the DVDs were the most accessible way of watching legally.

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