Netflix Party may have impressed the stream-and-binge crowd when it first launched, but thanks to a huge demand for group viewing, watch parties are now ubiquitous. Netflix Party upgraded to Teleparty, servicing many streamers apart from Netflix. Other apps have also appeared to fill in the gaps Teleparty left in its wake, like Scener, which covers all of Teleparty's services plus Shudder, Showtime, and Vimeo, and Kast, which supports Tubi.
Some streaming services have also taken it upon themselves to let subscribers share screens directly on their platforms. In particular, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Disney+, AppleTV+, Plex, and Sling have their own built-in group watch feature. They only differ in the number of allowed participants (Hulu allows a max of seven, for instance, while Amazon Prime incredibly allows a max of 100), but for the most part, they function similarly: just press the group watch button and you're good to go.
As of this writing, there are plenty of streaming services that either support third-party apps like Teleparty or have a similar feature built into their platforms. We list the best of them below.