TV Streaming Service Guide: Disney+, Hulu, HBO Max and 65+ Other Options — What Are Your New 'Must-Haves'?

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A funny thing happened as the #PeakTV era inches closer to its breaking point. The “disappearing” of shows, coupled with not-insignificant price hikes, has led consumers to rethink their subscriptions. 

In other words, what was once a “must-have” streaming service is now maybe less attractive. And maybe one of those low-key, free cord-cutting options is looking better ever day.

As you reconsider the ways you get so, so much TV into your eyeballs, TVLine has updated our rundown of subscription rates, original series and select library content offered by streams both established and on the rise. In addition to the OG trinity of Netflix, Hulu and Prime Video, you’ll find the information on competitors such as Paramount+, Disney+, HBO Max and Peacock.

Our pricing guide also features intel on more distinctive SVODs geared towards anglophiles, gore hounds, history buffs and Hallmark Channel enthusiasts. Cord-cutters, meanwhile, will find solutions to keep up with their favorite premium cable series, by way of over-the-top (“OTT”) services or standalone channel subscriptions.

Last but not least, those of you who are on a budget will find information on free streaming services that offer a wide assortment of classic-TV titles — and as of late are offering now homes to “disappeared” content from the big guys.

How many services are you currently subscribed to? What are now your must-haves? And which services are you considering adding or dropping?

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