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This reality series is set in the hamburger chain founded by Paul Wahlburg, brother of actors Mark and Donnie. The cameras focus on the typical reality-show drama in the business, as Paul's celebrity brothers stop by and various friends and family pass through. The series debuted in 2014.

Wahlburgers is a series that is currently running and has 10 seasons (97 episodes). The series first aired on January 22, 2014.

Wahlburgers is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Wahlburgers on demand atAmazon Prime, Philo, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, A&E, Google Play, Hoopla, iTunes, Pluto TV online.

Wednesday 9:30 PM et/pt on A&E
10 Seasons, 97 Episodes
January 22, 2014
Reality
6.9/10
Cast: Mark Wahlberg, Donnie Wahlberg, Paul Wahlberg, Alma McPeck, Johnny Alves
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Wahlburgers Full Episode Guide

  • Life comes full-circle as the Wahlbergs prepare to finally open the long-awaited location in their hometown of Dorchester. Donnie gives Paul a professional makeover for the event, using some of his friends from Blue Bloods. Alma gets a special treat from Mark's personal chef, and the whole family comes together for one more special grand opening in the place where it all started.

  • Mark uses his new business venture to help Paul get his health and fitness on track. Alma prepares for a big interview on the TODAY show. Bob continues to get more involved in the business and pitches a big idea to Wahlburgers corporate.

  • In this laugh out loud special episode of Wahlburgers, the cast takes over their own show. Hosted by Donnie and Paul, this show devolves into a self-proclaimed award ceremony, where Donnie and Paul hand out Wahlburgers awards to their favorite clips. With special appearances by Alma, Bob and Brandon, plus a special "Behind The Menu" segment starring Johnny Drama.

  • Paul visits a beef Distributor in Amsterdam in preparation for a possible military base location in Germany, while Nino tries to distract him with playing tourist the entire time. While Paul is out of the country Mark and Donnie do their best to deal with oversight on their existing U.S. locations. Paul ends up with some special new footwear.

  • Mark, Paul, Alma, and Donnie recall various moments over the seasons.

  • Paul visits the Lone Star state and gets a full cowboy experience as he explores a possible Austin location. Alma and Phyllis help Brandon get his dating life on track. Paul puts his body on the line to learn a new skill in an attempt to spend more time with his son, Ethan.

  • Paul gets a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to fly with the Air Force's Thunderbirds in Vegas. Brandon tags along and bets Paul that he'll have a better Vegas experience on the strip. Bob gets more involved in the company and trains as Wahlburgers' employee from the ground up.

  • Donnie breaks ground on his St. Charles location. Alma, Johnny Drama, and Phyllis plan a 50's themed carhop behind Paul's back, and Paul gets strong armed by Alma into helping once he finds out. Brandon tries to find his niche in the family business, getting into the dog food market with the help of Paul, and Alma's dogs.

  • Paul and Drama drive the food truck to Mark's dealership in Columbus, Ohio, then they turn around and return to Boston to tailgate at a New England Patriots game with former NFL players Matt Light and Troy Brown.

  • To honor a bet that he lost to Mark, former New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez works a shift at the Fenway Wahlburgers restaurant and Paul is shocked by the reception A-Rod gets from the Boston Red Sox fans. Mark and Donnie confront Paul about his hostility towards social media, and plot to exponentially increase his Instagram followers, and give him a 'signature tagline' worthy of a celebrity chef. Phyllis and Alma take an oil painting class.

  • Mark strikes a deal that will put Wahlburgers on military bases both here and abroad. Meanwhile, Paul and Donnie come head-to-head about the need to freeze and ship their proprietary beef blend around the world. Also, Donnie learns about his local town's culture in order to gain the St. Charles City Council's approval to build his own Wahlburgers.

  • Over 15,000 fans greet Mark, Donnie and Paul at the largest grand opening in Wahlburger's history--inside the infamous Mall of America. While there, the brothers discuss the future of Wahlburgers where Mark and Donnie try to convince Paul on expanding their product line, "Wahlburgers at Home."

  • In this special episode of Wahlburgers, get ready to laugh your buns off. Mark, Donnie, Paul, and Alma recall the most hilarious moments over the last nine seasons. It's a no-holds-barred romp down memory lane where no Wahlberg is safe.

  • The new Wahlburgers in Pittsburgh is facing a unique challenge where their sports team rivalries have put a dent in the restaurant's success. Paul and Donnie fly out to try to build a bridge with the community by diving in to the Pittsburgh culture in hopes of infusing that flavor in to this store. Meanwhile, Mark is building his own boardwalk empire by opening a Wahlburgers inside an Atlantic City casino before he heads out to join his brothers at the giant Pittsburgh VIP event. Will the city embrace these Boston boys or send them packing?

  • Paul goes to Big Cedar Lodge where he gets a crash course on being an outdoorsman.

  • Mark selects Paul to be the pitchman for a business partnership.

  • The plan for global expansion continues as the Wahlberg brothers plan to break ground on a new Wahlburgers in their very own hometown of Dorchester. Chef Paul continues to work on the "Express Model" and thinks it's ready to do a test run at the Dorchester groundbreaking. But tensions reach an all-time high, when Donnie finds out that Paul made an executive decision on the Wahlburgers beef packaging without the brother's input. And Alma finally starts her memoir...again.

  • Mark, Donnie and Paul have big plans for Wahlburgers' ever-expanding burger empire. Chef Paul is working on getting the right equipment and their burger times down in order to step in the fast food market with their "Express Model," and Donnie risks a personal mission to open a Wahlburgers in his home town of St. Charles. Meanwhile, the brothers disagree on the packaging of their own brand of retail beef, a financial risk that puts real world business pressure on the family like never before.