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After The RVers big Discovery Channel premiere yesterday, today is just as exciting! The show, with additional BONUS CONTENT and NO COMMERCIALS, was just released on AppleTV for FREE!
That’s right… today, Monday, November 18, 2019, the first episode of The RVers is 100% FREE to download from the US iTunes Store!
This special link is designed to automatically direct you to the correct store for your device: The Apple TV store for Apple users; the Google Play store for Android users; or Amazon Video if you’re on an Amazon Fire device. Even if it’s not free on your platform, you can still access it using the link above, and watch commercial-free with expanded content.
Enjoy the show!!
*UPDATE NOTE: If the link above doesn’t work for your Apple device (anyone running the latest MacOS/iOS version may have trouble because of the change in iTunes, etc), here’s the link directly to the show on AppleTV: https://itunes.apple.com/us/tv-season/the-rvers-season-1/id1484134521
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