M*A*S*H—also known as Mash—is a hilarious classic comedy show with a lot of heartfelt moments mixed in. If you want to catch up with Radar, Hawkeye, BJ, and more, these streaming services have the show to take you back.
This show takes place during the Korean War, following a hospital that services both soldiers as well as civilians in the area. While it is mostly a comedy, there are quite a few scenes throughout that take on a more serious tone. These services will ensure that you get every moment, even the ones that may make you want to cry.
Hulu is an excellent service to stream tons of great shows, such as M*A*S*H or Seinfeld. Starting at $6 a month, you can enjoy all the content on this service. It also has ad-free and live TV plans as well.
Amazon Prime Video
Amazon Prime Video is a great place to purchase shows that you want to add to your library. On Prime, you can buy seasons 1 through 10 for $20 each, season 11 for $25, and each episode for $3 a piece.
If you’re an Apple user, then iTunes may be the best place to purchase M*A*S*H. You can buy the entire series for $100, so you don’t have to worry about paying for each season or episode. It’s quite a steal considering there are 11 seasons of the show, which usually cost $20 each.
Google Play Store
For our Google fans, you can purchase the entire series from the Play Store for $100. With every season at your hands, you can stream this show endlessly on almost any smartphone, computer, or TV.
TVLand is a streaming service that specializes in older shows similar to M*A*S*H. All you have to do is link your TV provider, if it is accepted, and you’ll have all these shows available to you. It also has live shows cycling throughout the day.
There are quite a few services that can bring M*A*S*H right to your home; it’s all about which one is best for you. Whether you want to purchase them outright or get a service where you can stream multiple shows, one of these options will fit into your lifestyle.
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