7 Best New Streaming Services

Updated July 26, 2022 • Staff

Ever since Netflix made "streaming" a household term, competitors have sprung up left and right. Hulu was one of the first to rival the streaming giant, and while its progress was slow, it now boasts an enviable position near the top. 

Legacy networks like NBC, CBS, and HBO followed suit, and pretty soon, a cord-cutting movement had begun. There are now more shows and channels than ever online, with networks and media companies alike hopping onboard the streaming ship. In this list, we've round up the best among the latest launched. 


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With shows from other networks from Cartoon Network to CNN, there's a good chance you'll find something that's worth watching. While HBO Max has a lot more to offer than what you'd get on the HBO channel, it also provides all the hits, like Game of Thrones, The Wire or Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.

Price: $14.99 per month

Device availability: Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, PlayStation, Roku, Samsung TV, Xbox

Peacock is a cross between Netflix, with its large catalog of movies and original series, and a live TV streaming network, with live news and sports. In general, while you'll get a good mix of entertainment, there is a considerable lack of children's programs compared to other streaming services like Netflix or HBO. It's also worth noting that you won't find the classic NBC shows like Friends, Seinfeld and retro seasons of Saturday Night Live. You will, however, find more contemporary shows like Parks and Recreation and 30 Rock, as well as movies, news, live sports and short comedic clips, from NBC as well as its partners and rival networks.

Price: $4.99 per month

Device availability: Android, Android TV, Apple TV, iOS, LG TV, PlayStation, Roku, Visio TV, Xbox

If you usually watch a lot of Discovery content, like programming from the Discovery Channel itself or TLC, Animal Planet, etc, then this is the streaming service for you. There is so much to watch, over 2500 series and 55,000 episodes.

Price: $4.99 per month

Free Trial: 7 days

Device availability: Amazon Fire TV, Android, Android TV, iOS, Roku, Samsung TV, Xbox

"Watch more, search less," is Rlaxx TV's official motto, dedicated as it is to making streaming as easy and relaxed as possible. The free, ad-supported streaming service offers up diverse titles for viewing, which are all easily accessible in its clean and simple interface. It also has functions such as restart and watch later, making it familiar to those subscribed to other major streamers like Netflix and Amazon Prime. Aside from movies and series, Rlaxx TV also features lifestyle, entertainment, news, sports, music, documentary, food, and comedy content, among others. Currently, the service is only available in most of Europe and some parts of South America and Oceania, but the company says it is expanding its coverage.

Price: free for 1 channels available

Device availability: Amazon Fire TV, Android, Android TV, Apple TV, Hisense, iOS, LG, Panasonic, Roku, Samsung Smart TV, Sharp, Telefunken, Website, Xbox

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Cultpix is a streaming subscription service made especially for genre fans. But not only does it cover the entire gamut of old, weird, and beloved cinema (it has everything from horror, sci-fi, erotica, martial arts, and fantasy from before the '90s), it also collects such titles from all around the world, giving it a unique global edge over the many other cult streaming services out there. Japanese Kaij, Danish erotica, Italian Westerns—you name it, Cultpix most likely has it.

Price: $6.66 per month

Device availability: Airplay, Chromecast, Website

Arrow Player focuses exclusively on cult cinema, with a particular focus on horror and classics. If you love niche films and hidden gems, then this is for you. No one less than acclaimed director and cult fanatic Quentin Tarantino has recommended the service a few times. You'll also appreciate Arrow Player if you're into hand-picked content as it boasts a highly curated and carefully refined selection of titles. The streamer offers a month-long free trial, then charges $4.99/month afterward for a subscription. Arrow Player was launched in 2020.

Price: $4.99 per month

Free Trial: 30 days

Device availability: Amazon Fire TV, Android, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, Samsung Smart TV, Xbox One

If you’re a fan of the many great AMC series, you’ll find them all here, as well as additional library content from sister networks BBC America, IFC, and SundanceTV, and the complete collections of fellow AMC Networks streaming services including Shudder, Sundance Now and IFC Films Unlimited. So it’s safe to say that if you like independent film and award-winning shows, you won’t be disappointed with this bundle.

Price: $8.99 per month

Free Trial: 30 days

Device availability: Roku

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The streaming services on this page were chosen by our editors. If you choose to subscribe to a streaming service we recommend as a result of our research, analysis, and curation, our work is sometimes (but not always) supported by an affiliate commission from the streaming service when you make a purchase.

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