With the multitudes of cars on the market, finding the right one can be confusing. You want it all but you know you cannot. You need someone to point you in the right direction. Unfortunately, most car advice is worthless. People usually just tell you what they want instead of what you want. Fortunately, the Esquire Network andSpike Feresten are changing the way people buy cars with their Car Matchmaker show. If you want to watch Car Matchmaker online, this guide will tell you how to do it.
In the show, Spike Feresten (former Seinfeld writer, talk show host, and comedian) finds the perfect ride for prospective car buyers by talking with them. He evaluates what they want in a new car, their budget, and other important strategic issues that might affect their decisions. Then, he shows them a selection of cars based on whether the buyers will lease or not. He will even recommend used cars and trucks if they would be better a better fit for the buyer. Once he has an idea for the perfect car, he takes the buyers to a place that specifically highlights their car of choice, providing more information on the cars in the process.
The beauty of the show is that it lets you guess what car the buyers will choose along with Feresten. Sometimes you will get it right. Other times, the buyer will throw you a curve ball. Either way, if you love cars, you will love watching Car Matchmakers streaming live on the Esquire Network on Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET, and we created this guide so you can watch Car Matchmakers online.
Watch Car Matchmaker Online Live with PlayStation Vue
You have to stream Car Matchmaker live so no one can spoil it for you, and the only way you can do that online is through the PlayStation Vue streaming service. PlayStation Vue (review) lets you stream all your favorite cable channels live online and on-demand through your PlayStation 3 or 4, iPad, Amazon Fire TV, or Chromecast device. You will you can watch Car Matchmakers online on the Esquire channel with the PlayStation Vue $29.99 per month basic package.
Vue is the only way you can legally watch Car Matchmaker online live, and we must let you know that you can only watch it live while you are home. Your PlayStation Vue service is linked to your home address, and you only have full access to it from there. Even the iOS app will not let you use all features while you are not home, so this might be a downside to big mobile streamers.
Is Car Matchmaker on Netflix?
No. You cannot watch Car Matchmaker on Netflix at this time. We do, however, encourage you to read our Netflix review to see why it’s one of the most popular streaming sites avaiable today.
Is Car Matchmaker on Hulu?
Other Car Matchmaker Streaming Sites
If you cannot watch the Car Matchmaker live stream, you still have options for watching the series online. You will have to buy each episode separately, but you will own the episodes and therefore can watch them whenever you want.
- Amazon Instant Video – If you have an Amazon Prime account, you can stream Car Matchmaker on Amazon Instant Video. The streaming service will let you watch the episodes a few days after they air on Esquire. You will want to get the season pass so you can save money and have the episodes as soon as they come available.
- Vudu – Vudu is another Car Matchmaker streaming site similar to Amazon Instant. Episodes cost about $2 each.
- iTunes and Google Play – You can also watch Car Matchmaker online through your mobile device when you buy the episodes through their respective stores.
Car lovers have a wide selection of shows they can watch online, and we hope you are able to watch Car Matchmaker online using these tips. To find more car shows, use our TV show search tool to find them. Once you have the show you want, you can use our ISP search tool to find an Internet plan that will let you watch it without a cable subscription.
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