Motor racing enthusiasts seeking intriguing behind-the-scenes insights should mark January 2, 2024, on their calendars. The third season of Formula E’s unscripted reality show, Unplugged, is set to debut on the Roku Channel, marking the show’s premiere on Formula E’s new streaming platform. Additionally, fans worldwide can catch the show on YouTube.
The Roku premiere of Unplugged precedes the start of the motorsport’s tenth season, kicking off with the Mexico E-Prix on January 13. Notably, this race will also be available for streaming on Roku, marking the platform’s entry into live sports coverage.
The most recent season of Unplugged chronicles the unfolding events of the 2022-23 Formula E campaign, featuring a title race that remained undecided until the final weekend. Across eight episodes, the season delves into the twists, personal drama, and noteworthy technological advancements in motorsport, spotlighting innovations like the new Gen3 racecar that challenged the skills of the drivers.
For those in need of a recap of the previous Formula E campaign or desiring a rewatch of the thrilling moments, it’s worth mentioning that the entirety of the motorsport’s first nine seasons is available for streaming on its official website. Furthermore, all Season 10 races will be accessible on the platform, albeit with a one-week delay following each event. Additionally, viewers can catch the live broadcast of races on Paramount+ and CBS, in addition to Roku.