Tracker airs Sundays, looking to stream the show? Here's 3 ways to watch

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Tracker, starring Justin Hartley, made its debut on CBS after Super Bowl LVIII. The series follows Hartley's character Colter Shaw as he solves cases that he's hired to conduct either by the victim's family or the authorities in the area. Described as a "lone wolf" and a reward seeker, Colter uses his specialized skill set to track down people who have gone missing.

This procedural drama has been the talk of the town due to its long promotional runway and the show being Hartley's first lead TV role since This is Us. If you're looking to stream the show, whether live or in the days after a new episode airs, there are three ways you can do so. Here's what you need to know!

Tracker airtime

New episodes of Tracker air Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on CBS. The show is a part of an action packed three hour block of television on the network that starts with The Equalizer and ends with CSI: Vegas. Adding the show to your weekly staple of TV watching means you can anticipate a 10-13 episode season for its freshman outing.

CBS' website is the easiest method for those with a cable provider to tune into Tracker online and watch live. If you're not at home, or if you prefer to watch on a mobile device, all you need is a log-in and password. The site lists which providers it gives access to and has a range of options including Streaming TV providers like Youtube TV, Hulu + Live TV, and DirecTV Stream.

Streaming TV provider

As noted in the previous option, CBS is available on streaming TV platforms. However, depending on the streaming service, the region you're in could determine whether or not you have access to the channel. Check with your provider to see if this is a viable watch option for you. Hulu + Live TV and Fubo TV are platforms that are region specific in terms of channel availability.

Hulu + Live TV

  • $76.99/month for Hulu + Live TV, Disney+, and ESPN+ all with ads
  • $89.99/month for Hulu (no ads) + Live TV, Disney+ (no ads), and ESPN+ (with ads)

Fubo TV

All of Fubo TV's plans, with exception to its Spanish Language subscription Latino, provide 1,000 hours of Cloud DVR space and you can use the service on up to 10 screens at a time.

  • Pro: $79.99/month - 144 channels
  • Elite: $89.99/month - 210 channels, 4K is included
  • Premier: $99.99/month - 219 channels and Showtime, 4K included


Last, but certainly not least, you can watch Tracker on CBS' streaming arm, Paramount+. The service has two subscription plans.

The Essential subscription ($5.99/month) will you give you access to CBS' roster of programs for next day viewing, meaning you'll be able to watch new episodes of Tracker on Mondays under this plan. There are limited ads, but you'll be able to stream everything the platform has outside of its Showtime content.

If you want to watch live, the Paramount+ with Showtime subscription ($11.99/month) will let you watch CBS series live and on-demand the night they air. You can also stream content without commercials with exception to certain live content. Plus, you'll get access to Showtime originals and movies on offer on the platform.