Private Practice is a medical drama created by Shonda Rhimes as the spinoff series of Grey’s Anatomy whose story follows the life of neonatal surgeon Addison Montgomery who shifts from Seattle to Los Angeles in order to embrace the new change in her life. The surgeon continues to help pregnant women while looking for her child and love for herself. The series aired its first season on Sep 2007 and ran for around six seasons with 111 episodes with final season broadcasting in Jan 2013 on ABC Network. But where can you stream the series right now?
Is Private Practice on Netflix?
Private Practice is no longer streaming on Netflix. It has removed from the library of streaming giant on 21 December 2021. In Sep 2014, all six seasons were added on Netflix that remained accessible till 5th June 2017. It was removed on 6 June 2017 and added once again in 2019 but removed in Dec 2021 to never come back again.
Alternatively, you can watch several similar medical drama series on Netflix like How To Get Away with Murder, Suits, Ratched, Hospital Playlist, Medical Police, Chocolate, Dr. John, Virgin River, Diagnosis, etc.
Does Amazon Prime have Grey’s Anatomy Spinoff?
Unfortunately, the series is not included in the Prime Video subscription and subscribers wouldn’t able to watch the series for free via subscription. Each season of the series is available to purchase or rent from the streaming network in the Video On Demand section. Alternatively, you can watch House, Station 19, House MD, The Good Doctor, Chicago Med, etc.
Is Private Practice on Hulu?
Yes, Hulu is the place where you can stream the Grey’s Anatomy spinoff. All six seasons of the series are currently streaming on the platform. Moreover you can also stream Janet Jackson Documentary, New Amsterdam, Transplant, Grey’s Anatomy, etc. by taking a Hulu subscription.
Where to stream Private Practice online?
Private Practice episodes are streaming exclusively on Hulu right now. Hulu offers a 30 day free trial for its first time subscribers and then you can opt a monthly subscription of $6.99 in which you get collection of Hulu originals. Other than that, you can also watch the series by renting or purchasing individual seasons on Prime Video, Google Play, VUDU, and Apple TV.
Majority of the reviewers have updated mediocre reviews and it seems that they haven’t enjoyed the show as they imagined. Anyhow, the show was enjoyable and felt good for almost three seasons. The content from season 1 to 3 are literally taken from Grey’s Anatomy while the rest feels annoying with a shift in format. All the connections seems lost somewhere after the third season and only repeating storylines are visible. Don’t know why they were trying to make Addison and Sam a couple, it was much better to see them as neighbors and friends.