Is Wheeler Dealers on Discovery Plus?

Is Wheeler Dealers on Discovery Plus?

Currently you are able to watch “Wheeler Dealers” streaming on Amazon Prime Video, fuboTV, Motor Trend, Discovery Plus, Discovery+ Amazon Channel or buy it as download on Apple iTunes, Google Play Movies, Vudu, Amazon Video.

Is Wheeler Dealers still on Discovery?

No, Wheeler Dealers hasn’t been cancelled. In fact, the programme will be back for season 17 in autumn 2021. Mike confirmed the show’s renewal status in a YouTube interview, explaining that Wheeler Dealers will return in a brand new location.

Where can I watch old Wheeler Dealers?

Right now you can watch Wheeler Dealers on fuboTV or Amazon Prime. You are able to stream Wheeler Dealers by renting or purchasing on Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, Google Play, and Vudu.

What is next for Wheeler Dealers?

Series 17 of the hit TV series will air in Autumn 2021 on the Discovery Channel, and will be filmed in the UK for the first time in six years. Marc ‘Elvis’ Priestley joins as Brewer’s new co-host, while Ant Anstead departs as a series regular.

Is ant no longer on Wheeler Dealers?

Ant Anstead has ended a big part of his professional life. The 41-year-old British TV host announced on Instagram on Monday that he’ll no longer be hosting the car show, Wheelers Dealers. “My time on Wheeler Dealers has come to an end as the show heads back to the UK,” the now California-based dad wrote.

What happened Edd China?

It became both China’s and Brewer’s most famous television work to date, and they presented the show together for 13 series, from 2003 to 2017. On 21 March 2017, China announced on his YouTube channel that he was departing Wheeler Dealers due to disagreements over the direction of the programme.

Is Ed coming back to Wheeler Dealers?

Edd China revealed that he decided to leave Wheeler Dealers in early 2017 because Velocity planned to reduce the ‘workshop’ aspect of the show for the upcoming season.

What happened between Mike and Edd on Wheeler Dealers?

The former partner of Used Car Awards host and current Wheeler Dealer front man Mike Brewer will work on a variety of vehicles, just as he did on the popular TV show. China left the show to ‘pursue other interests’ and was replaced by Ant Anstead in 2017.