Here's How You Can Watch Every Season Of The Good Place

If you're in the mood for some feel-good TV that will by turns make you laugh out loud, hit you in the feels over love, loss, and life, and also give you a lesson in philosophy, NBC's The Good Place is for you.

Since it's a half hour sitcom aired for four seasons from 2016 to 2020, it's an easy binge watch for a long weekend. The Mike Schur show about the afterlife and what makes someone good stars veteran actor Kristen Bell as Eleanor Shellstrop, a self-described trash bag from Arizona who, after dying in a grocery cart accident, mistakenly ends up in the good place. Her afterlife guide is Michael, played by the legendary Ted Danson. The show also stars William Jackson Harper as ethics professor Chidi Anagonye, Jameela Jamil as the ultra-posh Tahani Al-Jamil, Manny Jacinto, as the molotov cocktail throwing Jason Mendoza, and D'Arcy Carden as Janet, who is not a girl and knows everything about everything in the universe (via Vulture).

It may be off the air, but you can still watch it

If you didn't catch it when it first aired, or if you watched all of it but are missing the antics of The Soul Squad a.k.a. Team Cockroach, you're in luck if you are a Netflix subscriber since all four seasons are now available to stream. If you're not a Netflix person, don't worry.

Amazon Prime Video has all four seasons available to buy a cost from $1.99 per episode, or $19.99 for seasons one and four, which both have 13 episodes, and $17.99 for the 12-episode seasons two and three. You can also buy all 50 episodes of the show for $2.99 a pop on Apple TV. The show was available on the NBC website with a TV provider link or NBC account, but not anymore, nor is it available yet on the streaming service Peacock, which includes other NBC comedies like 30 Rock and Superstore, so potentially it may be there at some point.