We know that many of us are tempted to say that you can’t have other alternatives that could defeat Netflix. Yes, the streaming service from Netflix is on top and famous, but for sure, it’s not the only one. We are making a list with other alternatives for Netflix, which you could try for free or paid.
Top Six Streaming Services Other than Netflix
We are starting our top with HBO Now, which is well known and famous. The streaming service had a boom this year thanks to the Chernobyl series, which had great success all over the world. At the same time, HBO Now is offering you a lot of old TV shows or movies that deserved not to be forgiven, for example, The Sopranos. Regarding the price paid for HBO Now, you will give $14.99, which makes it a little bit expensive than Netflix.
Moving on onto our list is Amazon Prime Video with a lot of goodies for users. You will find a lot of TV shows and movies, and also some original programs, such as The Man in The High Castle, or Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Accessing Prime Video means you must subscribe to Amazon Prime for $12.99, and that’s not all. Having this streaming service will benefit you because you will have free shipping for the products you order.
However, Sony is bringing Crackle to our attention. The best part about this streaming service is that it is free. Give it a try and choose between 75 shows and 150 movies available right now on the platform. The little minus that you could find at this service is the ads. From the beginning and through the show or movies, you will have to watch some commercials.
Besides these, if you are a fan of classic movies, we recommend you Acorn TV. You will find here videos from Ireland, Australia, Britain, and a lot of popular shows, such as Midsomer Murders, or Poirot. The cost is small, only $5.99 per month, and it is ads-free, but the download isn’t a feature in this platform.
Another free streaming service for you is Tubi TV. Of course, the platform has ads, but you can pass this small issue because it has more than 50.000 titles. The great thing is that the platform is collaborating with Lionsgate, MGM, or Paramount.
To sum up, we are closing our list with Fandor, which is a streaming service that presents documentary films, indie, or foreign. You can even search for movies by countries. Like Acorn TV, the monthly subscription is $5.99 per month, and it’s worth it if you like classic films.