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The Best Netflix Alternatives You Should Know About

It seems like Netflix rapidly took over the world and become the ultimate streaming platform that is somehow always attached to our favorite series and movies. But, after so many binged episodes, we start to feel mildly saturated with its content. Everything begins to look the same.

Fortunately, the Internet is an unimaginably huge place, and Netflix’s competition manages to keep up with demands. We’ll list some great streaming platforms, many of which are completely free, where you can easily find a refreshing binge-watching content.

HBO Now

HBO production is one of our favorites. There are, of course, series to recapitulate, like GoT or Chernobyl, but also many new promising titles.

HBO Now is not cheaper than Netflix, but it provides some of the most wanted titles this year.

Sony’s Crackle

This platform offers 150 movie titles and 75 exciting series. You get completely free streaming for thirty seconds of commercials, which seems like a fair deal.

Popcornflix

It contains a large number of generated films of all genres. All videos have decent quality. The only downside is that it is ad-supportive and occasionally shows short advertises.

Amazon Prime

It is one of the best replacements, not too different from Netflix in terms of quantity and choice of movies and series. Yet, it has a restriction of use outside the US.

Amazon is offering a one-month free trial service and, after that, an $ 8.99 standard and $10.99 premium membership fee.

Hulu

Hulu is an excellent platform for finding binge content that is available in Japan and the USA.

Like Amazon, it also offers a 30-day trial version and, after that, memberships that cost $5.99 with ads on, and an ad-free version for $11.99.

CBS All Access

CBS holds some great series like The Bing Bang Theory or TV classics Fraiser and The Twilight Zone. They are also broadcasting live sports events and local news. This platform is available in Canada and the USA. 

Different packages have different prices, depending on advertising. Ad-supportive service costs $5.99, while for the exclusive non-commercial watch you need to pay $9.99 per month.

Sling TV

Sling is a live TV and streaming that is available only in the US. This portal is not just about movies and series but also about sports streams and news broadcasts. For a 20-dollar membership, you can unlock 25 channels. For 25 dollars, you’ll get 40 channels, and for 40 dollars you can unlock them all. 

With all these alternatives, you should be careful about the cost of the service, as well as country restrictions. This type of service may provide more content than, for example, Netflix or the standard television. Moreover, they can be much more affordable than some more popular platforms.

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