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Every Streaming Service We Could Find (More than 90)

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If you thought your choice of streaming services were bad enough, then here’s a complete list of all the streaming services we could find.

Pause for a moment and just imagine having to sign up to all of these services, arrange payments and manage your subscriptions on a monthly basis. If you’re already suffering from so-called “subscriber fatigue” then it might be best for you to leave now. Otherwise, take a look through the list and you never know – you just might find your next favorite streaming service.

Read more: Choosing the best live TV streaming service beginner’s guide

Some points to note about this list. We’ve focused solely on the streaming services that are accessible in the U.S. Apologies to international readers, but the list is long enough so it seemed better to cap it off at this point. Also, we’ve excluded anything from the list that we considered to be solely a digital rental/storage shop (for example, Google Play Movies), closing down soon or already (for example, PlayStation Vue), and just anything that looked a little less legit than it should be.

We also opted to group these streaming services alphabetically as that seemed to be the best way to make the list accessible and manageable should we need to add any more in the future. Let’s face it, the list will likely be updated every week at the rate new streaming services are launching.

With that all said, here’s the full list of every streaming service we could find.

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Acorn TV

Acorn TV is a subscription service that focuses on the “best of British” although its content does also include shows and movies from outside the UK, with a selection of comedies, dramas and mysteries from Australia, Ireland and more.

Acorn TV costs $5.99 per month and comes with a seven-day free trial.

Apple TV+

Apple TV+ is the new streaming service from Apple and i tis populated entirely by Apple origins. The service is still new and so it is limited on content, although it is expanding the selection all the time.

Apple TV+ costs $4.99 per month and comes with a seven-day free trial.

Amazon Prime Video

Amazon Prime Video is both an online video store and subscription service. The subscription site is populated with a wealth of shows and movies including many Amazon Studios originals.

An Amazon Prime Video subscription costs $8.99 per month, although it is free to access for anyone with an Amazon Prime subscription.

AMC Premiere

AMC Premiere is designed to complement content from the original AMC network and also provides ad-free access to popular AMC shows.

The subscription service costs $4.99 per month but needs to be coupled with a TV package. For example, if you don’t already have access to AMC, then you won’t be able to sign up to AMC Premiere either.

AT&T TV

AT&T TV is a live TV streaming service designed to be more of a direct replacement for cable. It does come with plenty of channels but requires the company’s set-top box.

AT&T TV subscriptions start at $59.99 per month and you should expect to sign up to a lengthy contract.

AT&T TV NOW

Unlike AT&T TV, AT&T TV NOW is the company’s pay-as-you-go live TV streaming service. With plans starting from $65 per month, subscribers get access a wide range of live TV channels including HBO, and can access the service from a number of different streaming devices.

Read more: AT&T TV NOW full channel list

BigStar TV

BigStar TV offers a number of different channels that you can sign up to individually. For example, it has a dedicated movie channel, a Black World Cinema channel, a 247 Horror channel, and more.

Overall, there’s 17 channels to choose from and all of them appear to offer free content, although some do also provide a subscription option to access additional content.

Blaze TV

Blaze TV is an American streaming service that focuses on conservative media with content available from Mark Levin, Glenn Beck, Steven Crowder, and more.

Blaze TV offers a 30-day free trial with monthly subscriptions costing $10.

Bleacher Report Live

The B/R Live Pass provides access to sports content including UEFA Champions League and Europa League, as well as National Lacrosse League and World Armwrestling.

The service provides access to a very limited amount of free content with an active subscription costing $9.99 per month. Additional events can also be purchased on a per-per-view basis.

BritBox

Like Acorn TV, BritBox focuses on British content. In fact, BritBox claims to be the service that offers access to the most British content overall.

The service costs $6.99 per month and comes with a seven-day free trial.

BroadwayHD

BroadwayHD is a streaming service that focuses on live theater performance recordings, and provides access to musicals, Broadway classics, Shakespeare productions, and more.

BroadwayHD subscriptions cost $8.99 per month following a seven-day free trial.

CBS All Access

As the name suggests, CBS All Access is a streaming service focused on CBS content. With a subscription you can access recently aired CBS shows as well as originals that are exclusive to the streaming service.

A CBS All Access subscription costs $5.99 per month although there’s also a $9.99 per month plan that removes ads. Both plans are available with a seven-day free trial.

Cinemax

Cinemax is owned by HBO and provides access to a selection of movies and shows, including original programming. Generally a subscription to Cinemax costs $9.99 per month although it does vary depending on where you sign up as the service typically requires some sort of other TV service.

However, that’s not to say it has to be a paid service as you can add Cinemax to a Roku device via The Roku Channel.

Crackle

Crackle is owned by Sony Pictures and provides access to a wide range of movies, TV shows, and original programming. The selection of content changes regularly with fresh titles frequently available.

Crackle is a free to use service as it solely relies on ads to generate revenue.

Criterion Channel

The Criterion Channel looks to bring together a collection of classic and contemporary Hollywood movies for you to enjoy in one place. The selection includes Criterion Collection movies, as well as some that the company claims you can’t find anywhere else. Padding out the content is a large selection of shorts, and other film-related videos.

A Criterion Channel subscription costs $10.99 per month and a 14-day free trial is available.

Crunchyroll

Crunchyroll is a popular service for those looking for anime, manga, and similar. One of the benefits of the service is that it airs episodes around one hour after they’ve been broadcast in Japan.

A Crunchyroll subscription starts at $7.99 per month and comes with a 14-day free trial.

CuriosityStream

CuriosityStream is the ideal service for those looking for more documentaries and especially on topics such as history, nature, science, and technology. Compared to other streaming services, CuriosityStream is also fairly cheap.

A CuriosityStream subscription can be picked up from as low as $2.99 per month.

DAZN

DAZN is a streaming service that provides access to both live and on-demand sports events, including boxing and MMA.

Subscriptions cost $19.99 per month, although there are savings to be had when signing up on an annual basis.

Disney+

Disney+ might be one of the newer streaming services, but it is already providing to be a major hit with the general public. Which is not surprising considering it provides access to the Disney classic vault, as well as Star Wars, Pixar, Marvel and National Geographic shows and movies.

A Disney+ subscription costs $6.99 per month or $12.99 per month when bundled with ESPN+ and Hulu.

Read more: Disney+ Streaming Guide

DC Universe

DC Universe is your one-stop shop for everything DC. With a DC Universe subscription, you get access to TV shows, movies, DCU originals, as well as DC comics and exclusive DC shopping events and sales.

A DC Universe subscription costs $7.99 per month and comes with a seven-day free trial.

Dove Channel

Dove Channel looks to provide access to content deemed family-friendly. For example, the service is in partnership with The Dove Foundation and therefore the selection of movies and shows are based on how well they emphasis on inspiration and family values.

Some content can be watched for free while the full catalog is available ad-free for $4.99 per month.

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ESPN+

ESPN+ is a popular sports-focused streaming service with access to plenty of live events, including MLB, NHL, MLS, Serie A, FA Cup, and more. The service does also offer the option to pay for individual pay-per-view events when available.

An ESPN+ subscription costs $4.99 per month or $12.99 per month when bundled with Disney+ and Hulu.

EPIX

EPIX is another popular option for those looking to access latest movie releases as well as classic movies. The service also provides access to a range of documentaries, shows and EPIX originals. EPIX is actually one of the few services that can either be added to an existing TV package or subscribed to as a standalone service.

EPIX prices vary by provider when going through the TV package route although the standalone streaming service costs $5.99 per month.

F1 TV

F1 TV is a great steaming solution for those keen on Formula 1 racing. The service not only provides access to all F1 races, but also unique angles during races and plenty of background and supplementary data for analysis.

Those looking for the complete experience will want to go with the $9.99 per month F1 TV Pro plan. Otherwise, there’s a $2.99 per month plan that although doesn’t include live races does feature full race replays.

Facebook Watch

Facebook Watch is Facebook’s take on steaming. The service provides access to both short and long-form content uploaded by users, as well as shows commissioned by Facebook. Making it quite a mixed bag when it comes to what’s on offer.

Facebook Watch is free to access.

Fandor

Fandor has had a rough time over the last couple of years but the service is still in business. This subscription streaming service is designed for those who love films and want to support the industry, and especially the independent side of it.

Fandor provides access to a selection of movies, documentaries, and more for $5.99 per month.

FlixFling

FlixFling claims to offer more than 5,000 movies including new releases and cult classics. The service especially seems to be proud of its stockpile of ‘hard to find gems” which give you an idea of the type of content that’s available.

A FlixFling subscription costs $7.99 per month following the seven-day free trial.

Fox Soccer Match Pass

Fox Soccer Match Pass is all about soccer with access to games from many of the world’s most popular leagues. Overall, Fox Soccer Match Pass claims to offer live and on-demand streaming of more than 600 soccer games each year.

A Fox Soccer Match Pass subscription costs $19.99 per month and there’s a seven-day free trial available.

Frndly TV

Frndly TV is another service that focuses on family-friendly content. Besides shows available on-demand, the service also provides access to 13 live TV channels. Again, ones the company considers to be uplifting and TV “that makes you feel good.”

Frndly TV is available with a seven-day free trial and subscription starts at $5.99 per month, rising to $9.99 per month – depending on whether you need additional streams and cloud DVR.

fuboTV

fuboTV is a live TV streaming service which looks to differentiate itself by leaning more heavily on sports channels than any other live TV streaming service. As a result, fuboTV is an excellent live TV option for those who want as much sports as possible.

fuboTV comes with a seven-day free trial with packages starting at $54.99 per month.

Read more: fuboTV full channel list

Gaia

Gaia is a little different to the other streaming service on this list as it comes with a clear focus on content that’s good for the body, mind and spirit. The service claims to offer access to more than 8,000 films, shows and classes, including yoga, meditation, fitness and lifestyle content.

A Gaia subscription costs $11.99 per month.

GINX Esports TV

GINX Esports TV is a service designed to deliver video gaming and esports content. Some of the shows are free to watch although unlocking the full and ad-free experience requires a $4.99 per month subscription. GINX Esports TV does offer a seven-day free trial to get you started.

GuideDoc

GuideDoc is a fact-focused streaming service and as a result the content is entirely filled with documentary films. The service tries to stand out by suggesting it is more focused on good documentary films rather than the latest.

A GuideDoc subscription costs $5 per month.

Hallmark Movies Now

Hallmark Movies Now is a great option for fans of Hallmark. The Now service is designed to bring together a selection of feel good movies and shows, as well as exclusive Hallmark Movies Now originals.

The service delivers all content ad-free for $5.99 per month, and there’s a seven-day free trial available.

HBO

HBO will already be well-known to many streamers due to its popular HBO shows including Game of Thrones and Westworld.

While the service is typically added to an existing TV package, a standalone subscription is available, priced at $14.99 per month.

HBO Max

HBO Max is better described as HBO+ as it not only provides access to all the content available through HBO but also content pulled from the wider WarnerMedia catalog.

When HBO Max goes live in May 2020, it will be priced at $14.99 per month.

HIDIVE

HIDIVE is another anime streaming service with access to anime and live action shows and movies. The service looks to offer a more unique experience compared to others by adding interesting features, such as an in-episode live-chat.

A HIDIVE subscription costs $4.99 per month following a 14-day free trial.

History Vault

History Vault is part of the History family and so this should tell you what type of content you can expect. The service is packed full of historical documentaries and spanning the ages.

A History Vault subscription costs $4.99 per month once the seven-day free trial has ended.

Hi-YAH!

Hi-YAH! is the streaming service you’ll want to be taking a closer look at if you’re a fan of martial arts and Asian action movies and shows. This streaming service is not as widely available as some of the others although it can be accessed via Prime Video Channels and The Roku Channel.

Hi-YAH! subscriptions cost $2.99 per month following the seven-day free trial.

Hoopla

Hoopla is not your usual streaming service. Technically, Hoopla provides access to movies for free. In fact, not just movies, but also music, books and more. However, the service is offered in conjuction with public libraries and therefore users do need to have a library card to use the service.

What’s more, the content is not actually free for the libraries with them paying each time a user “borrows” a title. Due to this, each library has a monthly borrowing cap in place for its users. Hoopla is also not available everywhere, so access will greatly depend on where you are.

Hopster

Hopster is more of an ecosystem than a service and as part of that ecosystem you can stream shows via the app. Hopster is completely designed from the ground-up for young children and this means all of the content has been hand-picked based on how appropriate it is for the youngest of viewers.

A Hopster subscription costs $4.00 per month.

Hulu

Hulu is a popular and well-known subscription service with access to plenty of shows and movies to choose from, including all of Hulu’s own original programming.

A Hulu subscription currently costs $5.99 per month with subscribers able to go ad-free for $11.99 per month.

Read more: Find the right Hulu plan for you

Hulu + Live TV

Hulu + Live TV is exactly what it sounds like – it’s the basic Hulu subscription plus live TV. Due to the service combining both the SVOD and live TV packages together, this is a subscription service with plenty of content to choose from.

A Hulu + Live TV subscription costs $54.99 per month although you can go ad-free for $60.99 per month, or drop the basic Hulu subscription and pay $53.99 per month.

Read more: Hulu + Live TV review

IMDb TV

IMDb TV is owned by Amazon and is a newer service compared to some of the others. The big selling point is IMDb TV is a free service so you don’t have to pay anything to watch any of the shows or movies. However, you will have to sit through ads and you do have to create a free account.

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Kanopy

Kanopy is a very similar service to Hoopla in the sense that it also partners with public libraries to offer free streaming of movies (and more) for those with a library card. Also like Hoopla, while the content is free to the user, the library has to pay.

Not all libraries currently support Kanopy, and some may place additional caps on how many movies you can stream each month.

Kocowa

Kocowa lets you stream South Korean content including Kpop, Kdramas, and KVariety from the main South Korean broadcasting channels. Making it a great destination for everything K-related. What’s more, some of the content can be watched for free although subscriptions are available for those who want a richer and ad-free experience.

A daily Kocowa subscriptions costs $0.99 while a monthly sub is available for $6.99.

KlowdTV

KlowdTV brings together multiple internet TV channels into one single package. Although even the packages are editable with users able to choose the news, sports, and entertainment they want.

The main “Premium” plan costs $9.99 per month and is listed as coming with access to 86 channels.

Lifetime Movie Club

If you’re a fan of Lifetime, then Lifetime Movie Club might be the streaming service for you. This one is populated with both new and classic Lifetime movies and the service says it rotates content each week to ensure a wide selection of fresh content is available.

Lifetime Movie Club is available with a seven-day free trial and costs $3.99 per month.

LG Channel Plus

LG Channel Plus is a streaming service provided with LG smart TVs. The service integrates into the live TV guide and results in access to 175 live TV channels for free. This is a service powered by Xumo and so the experience overall is very similar to what you can get directly through Xumo.

Laugh Out Loud

Laugh Out Loud was created by Kevin Hart and is designed to be a hub for all things comedy. The service focuses heavily on short videos making it a good streaming option for anyone accessing via a mobile phone or while on the go.

The Laugh Out Loud service is free to access.

Magnolia Selects

Magnolia Selects is a streaming service created by Magnolia Pictures and offers a curated selection of movies and shows that spans most genres.

A Magnolia Selects subscription costs $4.99 per month and comes with a seven-day free trial.

MLB.tv

MLB.tv is for fans of Major League Baseball. The streaming service is offered directly by the MLB with access to all games including out of market, as well as a ton of other features and background content.

A standard MLB.tv subscription costs $24.99 per month with savings to be hard for those who pay on an annual basis.

Mubi

Mubi is a service aimed at film-lovers and therefore the content takes more of a quality over quantity approach. The selection is hand-picked and limited to around 30 movies at a time. However, every day one is removed and replaced with a new one – technically, there’s a new movie added each day.

A Mubi subscription costs $10.99 per month once you complete the seven-day free trial.

NBA League Pass

NBA League Pass provides online access to all the basketball content you can want. With a pass, subscribers can stream every out-of-market regular season game, as well as local game replays, and more.

A subscriptions costs $28.99 per month although the price can be reduced if signing up for a lengthier subscription.

NBC News Now

NBC News NOW is a streaming service focused entirely on news and topical events. This is a free to access service and unlike some other NBC properties does not require cable or TV authentication. However, the service is currently a part-time service. For example, NBC News NOW only live streams Monday through Friday and between 3 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET.

NBC Sports Gold

NBC Sports Gold provides additional access to sports content not available through the likes of NBCSN. The service works by offering dedicated passes for different sports and ranging from the Premier League to figure skating.

The prices also vary as well with subscriptions starting at $9.99 per month and rising to $99.99 per month.

Netflix

Netflix likely needs no introduction as this is arguably the most popular streaming service in the US. With a wide selection of shows and movies, including Netflix Originals, the service offers a lot of content.

Subscriptions start at $8.99 per month and rise based on the playback quality and number of streams needed.

Read more: Find the right Netflix plan for you

NFL Game Pass

NFL Game Pass allows subscribers to watch a replay of every game during the season. It also comes with some nifty takes on watching considering you can opt to save time by watching a condensed version.

An NFL Game Pass currently costs $24.95 per month and a seven-day free trial is available.

NHL.TV

NHL.TV brings all the live NFL games and highlights to all of your devices. In addition, there are some other features designed to enrich the experience, such as the option to choose between team announcers, additional camera angles and more.

An NHL.TV monthly pass will currently set you back $24.99.

Outside TV

Outside TV is another sports-focused streaming service although it is more focused on adventure sports, considering its relation to Outside magazine. Here you’ll find movies, series and shorts centered around mountain biking, skiing, snowboarding, and more.

A subscription costs $4.99 per month and you can take advantage of a free seven-day trial.

Pantaflix

Pantaflix is yet another streaming service you can check out. This one claims to offer a wide range of movies and shows although the service seems to focus in more on international content.

Pantaflix doesn’t offer a subscription but you can watch a selection of limited content for free, or pay to rent premium titles.

Popcornflix

Popcornflix lets you choose and stream from a selection of Hollywood movies and shows, although the focus definitely leans more on the movie side.

This is a completely free streaming service, although that does mean you will have to put up with ads.

Peacock

Peacock is the new live TV and on-demand streaming service from NBC. Peacock provides access to a wealth of NBCU content and is available in three different pricing tiers. There’s the free version which is the most limited on content and the Premium version which increases the content for $5 per month. The third tier is an ad-free version of the Premium plan priced at $9.99 per month.

Philo

Philo is one of the cheaper live TV streaming services around. The service costs $20 per month and in return, subscribers get access to 58 live TV channels. In spite of the low price, there’s also a number of premium features included, such as a 30-day cloud DVR and the option to stream on multiple devices at the same time.

Read more: Philo live TV channels list

Pluto

Pluto is another streaming option for those looking for live TV access although unlike most of the others, this one is completely free. Pluto relies on ads to generate revenue so you will have to put up with commercials, and the channel list is not exactly comparable to paid live TV services. However, it is entirely free.

PokerGo

PokerGo is your one-stop shop for everything poker. The service provides access to live events, but also lets you catch up through replays. Adding to the content is some originally programming and access to classic poker events.

A PokerGo subscription costs $10 per month.

Pure Flix

Pure Flix is another inspiration-based streaming service packed with a selection of family-friendly and Christian content. You’ll find full movies, TV shows, documentaries, kids shows, and more.

Pure Flix offers a seven-day free trial and afterwards the subscription costs $12.99 per month.

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Qello

Qello claims to have the world’s largest collection of full-length concerts and music documentaries making it an ideal streaming destination for anyone in need of more music-based content.

An All Access Pass subscription costs $11.99 per month and there is a seven-day free trial.

Quibi

Quibi is a mobile-centric streaming service and this means not only is the content optimized for the smaller screens, but so is the duration. Essentially, Quibi focuses on short-form content although this doesn’t mean the stories are short with longer stories broken down into bite-sized segments.

An ad-supported Quibi subscription costs $4.99 per month while the ad-free option will set you back $7.99 each month.

Revry

Revry is a streaming service that caters to the LGBTQ market by focusing on content that’s by the LGBTQ community. This can mean starring LGBTQ actors, created by LGBTQ filmmakers, or simply a story that revolves around an LGBTQ character.

The service provides access to content free of charge with ads, although there’s also a $6.99 monthly subscription that not only unlocks more content, but also removes the ads.

Screambox

Screambox is exactly what it sounds like as this is a horror and terror-focused streaming service. The service offers a wide range of horror movies and claims to offer horror you won’t find anywhere else.

A Screambox subscription costs $4.99 per month and there’s a seven-day free trial to kick things off.

Shudder

Similar to Screambox, Shudder is another streaming service that’s focused on more chilling content. However, this one does spread its wings a little further by also hosting thriller and suspense content as well.

Following the seven-day free trial, a subscription will set you back $4.75 per month.

Sling TV

Although Sling TV is yet another live TV streaming service, it takes on more of an a la carte approach compared to the others. Essentially, you can choose between one of two $30 per month subscriptions and then add additional channel packs on top. There’s also a $45 per month plan which brings the best of both $30 plans together under one plan – again with the option to add channel packs on top.

Read more: Sling TV live TV channels list

Shout Factory TV

Shout Factory TV is the streaming service designed for pop culture fans. The service claims to offer over 2,000 hours of programming with a focus on cult and classic TV.

This is another service that is free to watch with ads, although those interested can opt for a $2.99 per month subscription which will remove the ads.

Showtime

Showtime is a popular premium network and home to many popular TV shows, including Homeland, Billions, Shameless, and Ray Donovan. The service can be added to an existing live TV plan or subscribed to directly.

The price varies depending on provider although the standalone Showtime subscription costs $10.99 per month, following a seven-day free trial.

Snagfilms

Snagfilms focuses more heavily on independent content and claims to have over 2,000 titles ready to stream, consisting of movies, TV show episodes, documentaries and original comedy shorts.

This is another service that relies on ads for revenue and so there’s no cost to the streamer.

Spectrum Essentials

Spectrum TV Essentials is a streaming service specifically aimed at Spectrum Internet customers. Therefore, if you’re not a Spectrum internet customer, this service won’t be much use to you. If you are, then the service offers access to more than 60 live TV channels as well as a selection of on demand content

Spectrum TV Essentials costs $14.99 per month.

Sundance Now

Sundance Now is a streaming service that claims to be a bit different to the rest thanks to a stronger focus on storytelling and emotionally moving stories. According to the service, you can expect gripping true crime, political thrillers, and dramatic series.

A subscription will run you $4.99 per month after you’ve finished the seven-day free trial.

Starz

Starz is another premium network and home to a selection of popular TV shows, including Power, Outlander, American Gods, and more. Like many other premium networks, Starz is a service that you can add to an existing TV package or subscribe to directly.

Although the price varies depending on TV provider, going the direct route nets you a seven-day free trial and a subscription for $8.99 per month.

The CW

Many will already be familiar with The CW as it is typically bundled with a live TV package. However, The CW shows can be watched for free via many platforms and directly from The CW website. No sign-up or subscription needed.

The Roku Channel

The Roku Channel has become a force to be reckoned with and is now more than just a channel considering you can also subscribe to other channels and premium networks. However, skipping all of that for now, The Roku Channel provides free access to a selection of movies and shows each month, thanks to ads.

Tubi

Tubi is a great option for those looking to spend the least amount each month on content as this is another completely free service. Tubi provides access to a wide selection of shows and movies without the need for a subscription. You also don’t even need to create an account although doing so adds to the experience with the ability to create a watchlist and sync devices.

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UP Faith & Family

UP Faith & Family looks to provide streaming access to a selection of content that’s not only family-friendly, but also faith-friendly. The service claims to offer over 1,000 titles including UP original content.

A subscription costs $5.99 per month but you do get a generous 14-day free trial first.

UFC Fight Pass

If you’re into mixed martial arts then the UFC Fight Pass is for you. Not only do you get access to live events, but also original programming and an archive of MMA fights to stream whenever you want.

A UFC Fight Pass subscription costs $9.99 per month.

Urban Movie Channel

The Urban Movie Channel is a streaming service that’s specifically focused on delivering content tailored to African American and urban audiences. This not only includes movies and TV shows, but also original content, short films, music, and more.

Urban Movie Channel comes with a seven-day free trial. After which, a subscription costs $4.99 per month.

Vidgo

Vidgo is one of the newest live TV streaming services to arrive, making it a good option for those who have tried the others but still not found a suitable live TV streaming service for them. The service offers many of the usual channels across two main plans. The first is priced at $39.99 per month while the second costs $49.99 per month. Both Vidgo live TV plans come with a seven-day free trial.

Read more: Vidgo live TV channels list

Viki

Viki is a service brought to you by Rakuten. The service mainly focuses on content from South Korea, but covers Asian content in general.

While the service is free, there’s also a “Viki Pass” which opens the door to exclusive content, an ad-free streaming experience, and more for $4.17 per month.

Vimeo

Vimeo is a video-sharing platform and in this respect it is very similar to YouTube. However, it does have a slightly different edge to it as you will find a lot more artistic content on the platform. In many ways, it’s a place for creators to exhibit their portfolios, although with the content being user-generated you will find all sorts and something to suit everyone. As you might expect, Vimeo is free.

VRV

VRV is another service that’s focused on anime although this one goes well beyond that with access to cartoons, tech and gaming videos. VRV is actually free to stream with ads, but there’s also a premium subscription for $9.99 per month. The premium subscription not only removes the ads, but increases the content and adds offline playback.

Vudu

While Vudu started off, and is still, a digital rental store, it also now offers access to a wide selection of movies and episodes for free. These are titles that are available to rent or buy from Vudu but become free for a limited time thanks to ads.

WatchTV

WatchTV is a budget live TV streaming service from AT&T. Compared to AT&T’s other live TV streaming services, WatchTV is far more limited in channel selection and additional features. However, a WatchTV subscription does only cost $14.99 per month and that’s cheap by live TV standards.

Read more: WatchTV live TV channels list

Willow TV

If you’re into cricket, then Willow TV is likely to be the streaming service for you. Not only does it broadcast live cricket matches, but also highlights and replays as well.

A Willow TV subscription costs $9.99 per month.

WWE Network

WWE Network provides all the WWE access you will need. Not only do you get access to pay-per-view events, but there’s also tons of hours of content available to stream at any time on demand.

The WWE Network subscription costs $9.99 per month and there’s a 30-day free trial to get you started.

Xfinity Instant TV

Xfinity Instant TV is not a streaming service for everyone as you do need to be an Xfinity internet customer to begin with. If you already are, then the subscription will give you access to on demand movies and shows, local live TV channels, and 20 hours of cloud DVR.

Xfinity Instant TV costs $20 per month following the 30-day free trial.

Xumo

Xumo is very similar to Pluto in the sense that it provides access to live TV channels free of charge. Again, as this is a completely free service, it does rely on ads to generate revenue. While the channels might not be the most familiar channels, the service does claim to offer access to more than 180 channels in total.

YouTube

YouTube should need no introduction. However, if you are new to the service than you can expect videos on just about anything and everything. YouTube is primarily a user-uploading platform although you will find more than just user content on the platform. YouTube is free to access.

YouTube Premium

YouTube Premium is the service’s subscription option which mainly improves the experience through additional features. The subscription costs $11.99 per month and for that price you get ad-free access to everything on YouTube as well as the option to download YouTube videos for offline viewing.

YouTube TV

Unlike the standard YouTube experience, YouTube TV is all about the live TV channels. The service currently charges $49.99 per month for a subscription and in return offers access to more than 70 live TV channels. This is in addition to unlimited cloud DVR, six sub-accounts, and more. You can test-run YouTube TV for seven days before having to start paying.

Read more: YouTube TV live TV channels list

And that’s about it. If you’ve spotted a streaming service that we’ve missed then make sure to let us know in the comments and we’ll add it to the list.

John Finn

By John Finn

John is the founder of Streaming Clarity and has been writing about smartphones and TV-related services and devices since 2014. John streams everything and genuinely believes the best streaming approach is to bounce between streaming services as needed. Contact John via email at john@streamingclarity.com or on Twitter

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