Danny Koker is known to most as “The Count.” Count’s Kustoms is his stomping ground where he pimps out rides from Model Ts to Mustangs and every make and model in between, on Counting Cars.
Danny and his shop are in the spotlight and every episode is a showcase of the best automobile customization and restoration The Count and his crew provide on a daily basis. Count’s skills when it comes to supping up motorcycles and cars is so great, it no surprise the Pawn Stars dudes have Danny on speed dial.
Here’s everything you need to know to stream Counting Cars.
What is Counting Cars?
Danny Koker aka The Count of Count’s Customs was first featured in various episodes of Pawn Stars, where he served as an automobile expert on prospective buys. It’s the third Pawn Stars spinoff, following Cajun Pawn Stars and American Restoration. The show premiered in August of 2012 and is currently in its ninth season.
- Launched: August 2012
- Airtime: Season nine premiers Wednesday, June 3 at 10:05 pm PST/EST. Check local listings.
- Channel: History
- Genre: Reality
- Starring: Danny “The Count” Koker, Scott Jones, Kevin Mack, Michael “Horny Mike” Henry, Roli Szabo, Shannon Aikau, Ryan Evans, Big Ryan, Harry “Grandpa” Rome Sr., Joseph “Doc” Duggan, George the Mechanic
- Seasons: 9
- Status: Pending
Counting Cars Reviews:
What the critics are saying:
- “From trying to buy random strangers’ Cadillacs for cash to retrofitting a Harley-Davidson motorcycle for a man in a wheelchair to safely ride, the series shows the engineering and design that go into fixing up and increasing the value of vintage vehicles. The way profits are made by doing this kind of work also is highlighted. It’s pretty male-centered and can be heavy on testosterone at times; many of the scenes include the cast burning rubber and driving fast. But folks who like this sort of thing will find the brief histories offered about the vehicles, and the unique ways they’re retrofitted, interesting. Tween and teen car buffs will probably love the attention to detail, but non-car lovers may not be as riveted.”-Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
Where to stream Counting Cars
History Channel is available on a few of the major live TV streaming services. When trying to decide which one is best for you, you’ll want to weigh the cost, the other channels you’ll receive, and the compatible devices for streaming.
Counting Cars on Philo
Philo is a budget-minded streaming service, and depending on what channels you want, it might be right for you. The 59 Philo channels lean decidedly toward entertainment; the Philo channel list includes AMC, Discovery, IFC, Lifetime, and the Paramount Network, all for $20 a month. If you’re a fan of History Channel, you’re in luck: You can find it on Philo. Philo also comes with free cloud DVR, but shows recorded are deleted after 30 days, so binge responsibly.
Counting Cars on Hulu with Live TV
Hulu Live TV is a great way to stream live TV, as it comes with access to Hulu’s massive library of on-demand content. You’ll be able to choose from movies, shows, and Hulu’s original programming, and keep up with what’s new each month. Hulu plans even include a bundle option where you can access Disney+ and ESPN+ along with Hulu.
Hulu Live TV sets you up with local channels and has a broad spectrum of entertainment and sports channels to review, including the full suite of ESPN channels, Cartoon Network, FX, HGTV, and even deep cuts like National Geographic and Syfy, and of course, History Channel, where you can stream Pawn Stars and Vikings.
|Hulu Live TV||$64.99|
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Counting Cars on FuboTV
FuboTV started as a streaming service geared toward sports fans, but it’s evolved into a broadly-appealing option with entertainment and news options alongside its robust sports choices. Depending on the package, you can access as many as 181 FuboTV channels. If you’re looking to be entertained, Bravo, IFC, MTV, and VH1 are options even at Fubo’s most basic tier. The Fubo channel list still includes plenty of sports, including the Fubo Sports Network, which has original programming mixing sports and humor. The FuboTV cost starts at $54.99 a month, and with Disney Media favorites like ABC, ESPN, and the Disney Channel coming on board in 2020, some who were on the fence about Fubo are giving it another look.
To stream Counting Cars, you’ll want to dock in at the FuboTV Standard level.
|Family with Showtime||$74.99 ($69.99 for first 3 mos.)|
Counting Cars on Sling TV
If you’re looking for a streamlined, cost-effective streaming package, check out Sling TV. It offers two basic cable packages, Sling Orange and Sling Blue, each of which costs $30 per month. There’s also the third option of getting Sling Orange + Blue for just $45 per month. You’ll get more Sling TV channels by choosing Sling Blue, with its 40 channels including sports favorites like FS1 and NBCSN and cable mainstays like Food Network and Discovery Channel. But Sling Orange brings must-haves Disney Channel and ESPN as part of its package. To gain access to History channel, you’ll either need Sling Orange, Sling Blue, or Sling Orange + Blue. Sling also has a number of add-ons, including robust international packages organized by languages all over the globe.
|Orange + Blue||$50|
Counting Cars on Vidgo
Vidgo offers a package for under $40 a month that pulls together more than 60 English-language channels into its National English Package. Vidgo channels include ABC, Fox, the ESPN family of channels (including ESPN Deportes), and it’s one of the few streaming services that carries BeIN Sports. But it’s like Fubo in that, even though it started out for streaming sports, it carries a lot more now. You might be surprised to know that Vidgo’s an option to stream History Channel—and then you chat about it online via Vidgo’s Social TV platform.
Counting Cars on AT&T TV Now
If you’re already looking to AT&T for your wireless needs, you might consider AT&T TV Now to cover streaming for you. AT&T TV Now channels start with Plus and Max, which even include HBO. Then, AT&T plans expand from there, approaching cable selection and pricing with AT&T TV Now’s biggest packages. AT&T streaming also comes with Cloud DVR, letting you record up to 20 hours of TV per month. If you’re looking for History Channel, get in at the AT&T TV Now Entertainment tier to stream it.