Cancel Netflix after price hike? 7 cheaper options for streaming TV and movies in 2022 – The Streamable

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Netflix has announced that it will increase the price of its packages for most US subscribers. Their Standard tier will increase to $15.49 per month (currently $14), while their Premium tier will increase to $20 (currently $18). Their base level will increase to $10 (down from $9).

New subscribers will see the price increase immediately, while current subscribers will see the new prices gradually, with 30 days notice before the change.

The Basic tier offers single-device streaming in SD, while their Standard tier offers HD streaming on two devices, and their Premium tier offers 4K streaming on up to 4 devices.

If you’re ready to ditch Netflix Originals, there are now great options for streaming on-demand movies, TV shows, and original series from other services.

We’ve compared the full content list of five cheaper alternatives to Netflix. If you want to compare all streaming services, check out our on-demand streaming guide.

You can also use our Movie Finder and TV Show Finder to find out where a movie or TV show is streaming on 50 different services.

1. Hulu ($6.99 | $12.99)

One of the premier streaming services, Hulu will bring you one of the largest TV streaming libraries.

Hulu is home to original series such as “The Handmaid’s Tale”, “Only Murders in the Building”, “How I Met Your Father”, “Little Fires Everywhere”, “The Act”, “Shrill”, “Love Victor”, ” Ramy,” “Ms. America,” and Oscar-winning movies like “Parasite” and “Nomadland.”

You will be able to watch most on-demand shows from networks like ABC, NBC, Fox and cable channels like Bravo, USA Network, HGTV, etc. They also include all current episodes of FX, FXM, FXX show right after they aired (and their entire library from past seasons).

The service has a limited ads plan for $6.99 per month, or you can upgrade to their ad-free plan for $12.99 per month, both are available with a 30-day free trial. In fact, you can bundle Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN+ together for less than the new standard Netflix plan cost.


2. HBO Max ($9.99 | $14.99)

With the latest price hike, HBO Max is cheaper than Netflix for the first time. The service has an ad-supported plan for $9.99 per month, or you can upgrade to their ad-free plan for $14.99 per month, both are currently 20% off for a limited time.

If you subscribe to the ad-free plan, you also have until January 21 to stream “The Matrix Resurrections.”

With either of these packages, you can stream the recently released new seasons of “Euphoria”, “Succession”, “And Just Like That…”, “Curb Your Enthusiasm”, “Insecure”, “Love Life “, “Gossip Girl”, “How To With John Wilson. You’ll also get all new Warner Bros. movies just 45 days after they hit theaters.

HBO Max has an incredible library. It’s The Streamable’s choice in the following categories:


3. Paramount+ ($5.99 | $9.99)

At a fraction of the cost of Netflix, Paramount+ has an on-demand library of TV shows and movies from channels like CBS, MTV, Nickelodeon, VH1, BET, Smithsonian – and Paramount+ original series like “Star Trek: Picard”, “Star Trek: Discovery”, “The Good Fight”, “The Mayor of Kingstown” and the Yellowstone spin-off “1883”.

The service also recently added 1,000 new movies, including ‘The Avengers’, ‘Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol’, ‘Sonic the Hedgehog’, ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’, ‘Skyfall’ and more. Additionally, they added “A Quiet Place: Part II” and debuted Mark Wahlberg’s new film, “Infinite,” which skipped theaters and went straight to Paramount+.

While their ad-supported ($5.99) and ad-free ($9.99) tiers include live sports like the NFL on CBS and the Champions League, with Paramount+ Premium you’ll get your local CBS affiliate included.


4. Disney+ ($7.99)

Disney’s streaming service has been a major hit. At less than half the price of Netflix, you get full access to nearly every Disney, Marvel, Pixar, and Star Wars movie ever made. You will also get TV episodes from Disney Channel and National Geographic.

Much like Netflix, they have their own original series like the hit Star Wars shows ‘The Mandalorian’ and ‘The Book of Boba Fett’, as well as Marvel originals like ‘WandaVision’, ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’. and “Loki”. .”

Disney+ has also added new Pixar movies directly to the service instead of releasing them in theaters. “Soul,” “Luca,” and the upcoming “Turning Red” are straight-to-Disney+ titles.

The streaming series also has “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series,” based on the Disney Channel movie and docu-series “The World According to Jeff Goldblum” — plus a few others.


5. Peacock (Free | $4.99 | $9.99)

NBCU’s Peacock provides access to up to 15,000 hours of content, including original shows, blockbuster movies and classic TV series.

Although there is a free tier, you can upgrade to Peacock Premium ($4.99) to access original series, dub content and live sports (Premier League, WWE PPV, Sunday Night Football) and you can stream all Olympic events. live. If you are an Xfinity Internet customer, Peacock Premium is free.

If you want to remove ads, Peacock Premium Plus costs $9.99 per month, or $4.99 if you’re an Xfinity Internet customer.

Much like Netflix, Peacock has its own original series, including the “Save By The Bell” reboot. They also house the complete library of “Yellowstone”, “The Office”, “Law & Order”, and “Parks and Recreation”.


6. Apple TV+ ($4.99)

Over the past year, Apple has added its own hit original series to Apple TV+. When the service debuted, the most popular series was “The Morning Show” starring Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon.

Most recently though, they had a hit with “Ted Lasso,” featuring former SNL cast member Jason Sudeikis, from the creator of “Scrubs.”

With your subscription, you also get access to blockbuster movies exclusive to the service, such as the Tom Hanks movies “Greyhound” and “Finch.”


7. Amazon Prime Video ($8.99)

While most people get Amazon Prime Video included in their Prime subscription ($12.99 per month / $119 per year), you can also subscribe to it separately for $8.99 per month.

The service includes on-demand access to over 10,000 movies, TV shows, and Prime Originals like “The Boys,” “Invincible,” “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “Homecoming,” and more. A more recent series, “The Underground Railroad,” landed on nearly every critic’s top 10 list of 2021.

Starting next season, Amazon Prime Video will be the exclusive home to NFL Thursday Night Football, and you’ll have the option to subscribe to third-party services like Paramount+ and Discovery+ with Amazon Prime Video Channels.

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