An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but one click a day can do the opposite. Daytime fans can now check out episodes of the classic soap opera The Doctors just by visiting a website.
Retro TV began airing episodes of the black-and-white NBC drama in 2014 and added subscription-based episodes on its digital expansion earlier this year. Now it has launched a streaming service fully dedicated to the Emmy Award-winning soap that aired from 1963 to 1982.
For just $2.99 per month or $30.99 annually, fans can access all of the episodes of The Doctors that aired from 1967 to 1972 -- with more seasons set to be added in the future. For more information or to sign up, check out www.watchthedoctors.com.
However, Retro TV is still catering to fans who aren't keen on signing up for membership to its The Doctors streaming platform. The classic soap opera can be viewed on Retro TV weekdays at 12PM EST, 4PM EST, and 7:30PM EST and live streamed for free here. For more information about the Retro TV schedule, click here.
Meanwhile, on Friday, April 24, Retro TV will be airing new interviews with stars from the show called The Doctors: Where Are They Now? Be sure to tune in to the station or view online at 12PM EST and/or 7:30PM EST to check it out.
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