Bruce Campbell: Where to binge Xena, Brisco and more shows!

SAN DIEGO, CA - JULY 23: Actor Bruce Campbell speaks on stage at the "Ash vs Evil Dead" Comic-Con screening at the San Diego Convention Center on July 23, 2016 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Michael Kovac/Getty Images for STARZ)
SAN DIEGO, CA - JULY 23: Actor Bruce Campbell speaks on stage at the "Ash vs Evil Dead" Comic-Con screening at the San Diego Convention Center on July 23, 2016 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Michael Kovac/Getty Images for STARZ) /

Bruce Campbell fans, if you miss seeing the actor on a regular basis, we will show you where you can binge your favorite TV series.

Bruce Campbell has appeared in quite a few high-profile television programs over the years. If you are a fan of the actor, here is a list of his TV series that you can binge on your favorite streaming networks.

Tangled: The Series

Tangled: The Series recently ended its run on Disney Now. Bruce played Eugene’s long-lost father, King Edmund. This is a fun role for Campbell and one that his fans should check out to see a different side of the actor. You can stream the series on Disney Now, Hulu, You Tube, Disney+ and iTunes.

Lodge 49

Unfortunately, this brilliant AMC series was canceled after its second season. Bruce really knocked it out of the park with his portrayal of real estate magnate, Gary “Captain” Green. Morally compromised, a hot mess emotionally, Captain is a man on the brink of a breakdown. It is Campbell like you have never seen him before. Lodge 49 is available on Hulu, You Tube, Amazon Prime and Google Play.

Ash vs Evil Dead

For those of you that are still reeling from the demise of this horror/comedy and Bruce’s retirement as Ash Williams, fear not, you can binge all 3 seasons. With news of another installment in the Evil Dead franchise possibly starting production at the end of this year, you can relive the King’s final Deadite adventures at the following streaming services: Hulu, VUDU, Netflix, You Tube, Sling TV, STARZ and Amazon Prime.

Burn Notice

Bruce was brilliant in this enjoyable series about a spy who is burned by the CIA and must fight to clear his name. His character of Sam Axe, a boozy, ex-Navy Seal was the perfect accompaniment to Jeffrey Donovan’s action hero, Michael Westen. Remember, Chuck Finley is forever especially when you can binge Burn Notice on Hulu, Amazon Prime, You Tube, iTunes, Google Play and VUDU.

The Replacements

Continuing his long-standing relationship with Disney, Campbell played several roles, Uncle Phil, Gordo Glideright and Phil Mygrave in this show about two orphans who can replace people in their lives with superhumans. You can catch this rare series on Disney+ and iTunes.

Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman

Bill Church, Jr. is exactly the smarmy, criminal mastermind that we want and need. As the head of Intergang, he was the perfect foil to Dean Cain’s Superman. If you are in the mood for dastardly, charming Bruce, this is the series to watch. The Man in Steel can be streamed at DC Universe, iTunes, Amazon Prime, You Tube, Google Play and VUDU.


Campbell portrayed Autolycus, the King of Thieves, on this series about the legendary hero and strong man. Interesting to note, he also played his friend and the show’s executive producer, Rob Tapert on this fantasy show. Experience The Legendary Journeys on You Tube, Amazon Prime, Google Play and VUDU.


Autolycus also made his way to Xena’s world as well. Dashing and definitely the Thief of Hearts, for some of Bruce’s fans, this is the first role they saw the actor in. Join The Warrior Princess on You Tube, Amazon Prime, Google Play, iTunes and VUDU.


From 1996-1997, Bruce played Ellen’s boss on her sitcom of the same name. Campbell is a natural fit for a sitcom. His impeccable sense of timing and his appealing ability to play the “every man” definitely made him compelling to watch. Ellen is available on Amazon Prime, iTunes, VUDU, You Tube and Google Play.

The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr.

A huge fan favorite, Brisco is another role that introduced the actor to some of his fans. The Harvard educated lawyer turned bounty hunter was a great mix of steampunk and action. It truly was a throwback to the 1960’s series, The Wild Wild West with Robert Conrad. Campbell also proved that he had the chops to be a romantic lead. His chemistry with co-star Kelly Rutherford as Dixie Cousins was palpable. Everyone’s favorite cowboy hero is ready to stream on You Tube, Google Play and Amazon Prime.

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