To create a streaming service with the same tech stack as Criterion Channel, the biggest name on the block is Vimeo OTT. The video hosting service entered the B2B space in 2017, and has since made a name for itself with its OTT offering. However, for businesses with other types of content, or streamers that want more options in customization and monetization, there are other services that might prove to be a better fit. Here’s our list of the best Vimeo OTT alternatives available.
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A good horror movie comes once in a blue moon (cue the wolf howl). Here, we're ranking all the new horror movies of the year, like El Conde and Talk to Me.
The best shows on Hulu this year are arguably its slate of original series. From crowd favorites like The Bear and hidden gems like The Other Black Girl to true crime classics like Never Let Him Go and docuseries like Pretty Baby, Hulu has a solid mix of different genres that warrant its growing popularity. As of 2023, it has 45 million paid subscribers in the U.S., earning itself a spot on the country's top five streaming services.
Below you will find our recommendations for the best shows of 2023 on Hulu. These recommendations are all highly rated by viewers and acclaimed by critics. They were also watched and vouched for by one of our writers.
As Netflix's biggest competitor, Amazon Prime has been steadily ramping up its productions. The streaming service has new TV shows released almost every week not just in the States but all around the world as well. There are different languages, genres, and formats, some as big-budgeted as Daisy Jones and the Six and Dead Ringers, others serving as hidden gems in the platform, like Class of '07 and Deadloch.
Below you will find our recommendations for the best shows of 2023 on Amazon Prime. These recommendations are all highly rated by viewers and acclaimed by critics. They were also watched and vouched for by one of our writers.
If you like watching with your young ones, you may know how daunting it is to pick a title for movie night. Streaming services release new films on an almost-daily basis, and not all of those are kid-friendly. So to save you time rummaging through ratings and reviews, we've rounded up the best child-friendly movies to come out in 2023. Our picks include both animation and live-action, and to cover all bases, we also made sure to consider every age group. There are movies like Elemental and Nimona that you can watch with your toddlers, as well as more mature films like Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret. and Friday Night Plan to enjoy with your curious teens. Without further ado, here are the best new movies you can stream with your kids right now.
NordVPN is one of the best legal applications you can use to get through geo-restricted content. But while it works well in most cases, it doesn't mesh with every single streaming service out there, despite what articles online will have you believe. You may have already realized, for instance, that it's almost impossible to access region-locked titles in Amazon Prime, or that you'll have to do a server trial-and-error when logging into Paramount+. There are workarounds you can try to bypass these restrictions, and indeed NordVPN has guides dedicated to helping you with that. But we're not here to tell you what streaming services to avoid. Rather, this is a list of the best streaming services that work with NordVPN.
The most compatible service with NordVPN is without a doubt Netflix. It loads smoothly and seamlessly, quickly picking up on your chosen location. But we found that Disney+, Peacock, and Max work just as well. And while Hulu is only available in the US, you can use NordVPN to easily access your account wherever you are in the world. Live TV streaming services will understandably load less swiftly, but some work just as well - Fubo TV is a great option, as is Hulu with Live TV. Read on to see our picks for the best NordVPN-compatible streaming services available right now.
For the longest time, Xfinity internet customers were able to enjoy thousands of movies and TV shows from Peacock, as well as sporting events and live TV channels the platform hosted, at no additional cost. As part of the larger Comcast umbrella, Xfinity and Peacock were often bundled together, but now with the cancellation of Peacock's free tier, you might be wondering if that's still the case.
The good news is that it is, albeit for certain Xfinity members. For instance, if you're an Xfinity user with gigabit speeds, you're actually eligible to get Peacock Premium free for two years. But if you're not on Xfinity, you can still access a bundled deal via Amex's Digital Entertainment Credit program, which allows you to receive up to $20 in statement credits each month. With the demand for bundles reaching an all-time high, we're sure more deals will come up in the following months, but for now, these are the best streaming bundles out there. We gathered all that we could learn about them, such as device compatibility and channel lineup, in the list below.
Whether you're an expat missing home or an anglophile who appreciates the signature dry humor of the Brits, you're likely to have heard of BritBox, the streaming service that carries hundreds of movies and TV shows from the UK, Canada, Australia, and other Commonwealth countries. The service has partnered with the BBC, ITV, and other local stations to deliver everything from fan favorites and classics to the newest and freshest releases. But with that many options, it can be hard to know what to watch, so in this list, we round up the most critically acclaimed TV shows on the platform. After going through our picks, we hope you find a new favorite, too, which you can binge while enjoying a cuppa.
In the past year, many major streaming services have slowly but surely been hiking up their monthly prices. YouTube TV went from $65 to $73, Fubo from $70 to $75, and Hulu with Live TV from $70 to $77. Some packages with premium tiers even run to more than $100 per month. It's a trend that doesn't seem to be stopping anytime soon, but that doesn't mean that there aren't more affordable choices out there.
If you're on a budget, we're happy to let you know that there are still a number of streaming services you can get for $50 or less. Your best bets are Sling Orange, Sling Blue, and Philo, all of which provide a decent amount of news, sports, and entertainment channels and cloud DVR to boot. For an even lower price, you could get Frndly TV, Peacock Premium, and Paramount+, the latter two of which give you access to NBC and CBS simulcasts, respectively. Other services are able to mark down their prices because they stream specialized content. YipTV for instance caters to Latin American viewers while SportsLive is for those who looking to stay on top of live sporting events. You can read about them and learn more in our comprehensive list below.
Streaming services have become so popular that even seniors are cutting the cord. They've proven to be a worthy replacement for cable TV, not least because they're cheaper and easier to cancel. There's plenty to choose from at the moment, from on-demand services like Netflix to live TV services like YouTube TV, so to help simplify your options, we thought of listing down the best streaming services for the elderly.
The services below will vary in affordability and content, but for the most part, these are the easiest to use and the most varied in terms of programming. Although if you are a fan of classics, we made sure to include platforms that exclusively stream just that. Read on to learn more about these senior-friendly services.
Netflix may be facing stiff competition from rival streaming services, and a hike in prices may have turned off some subscribers, but when it comes to production, Netflix has never been one to waver. With partner studios around the globe, there's never been more Netflix shows to watch and binge. In Canada, that means both originals and imports from international partners like the BBC, if you're into British dramas, and NBC, if you're into American sitcoms. And this isn't to mention the international gems, including Korean dramas and South American mysteries, that can be found on the platform. Below, we sift through the latest and rank the very best 2023 shows you can watch on Netflix Canada right now.
The best streaming services for watching college football are live TV streaming services: they have the most channel offerings and with DVR to boot, you're sure to not miss a single thing. YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, Fubo, and Sling TV are your best bets here. They cover most nationwide and local channels, including conference channels like the ACC Network, and since Hulu with Live TV doubles as a bundle, it even gives you access to ESPN+ on top of all the ESPN channels.
Of course, live TV streaming services are pricier, so if you're looking to pinch some pennies, you can always go the standalone streamer route. In this regard, ESPN+ is a great cheap option that has exclusive deals with conferences around the country, while Paramount+ and Peacock Premium will give you simulcasts of CBS and NBC local channels, if that's what you're after. In the end, the best streaming service will depend on your affiliation and location. So below, we've listed all the relevant information that could help you pick the best service for your needs.
The disagreement between the Spectrum and Disney, the owner of ESPN, has been resolved. That said, cord-cutting services, which are cheaper than many Spectrum plans, and easy to cancel, are still viable alternatives.
If the double-feature success of Barbenheimer proves anything, it's that 2023 just might usher in another golden age of cinema. It's no longer just superhero or comic book films that are dominating screens, it's a wealth of different stories. There are family tales and individual journeys, personal triumphs and communal struggles. The magic of movies is that they can be about anything, and so they've never been more diverse than they are today.
They've also never been more accessible, seeing as many of the critically acclaimed and widely enjoyed films of the year can just as well be found on streaming platforms than in theaters. That, of course, includes the all-mighty Netflix which, despite growing competition, remains to be the top streaming service in Canada. In this article, we've gathered the best 2023 movies you can stream right now on Netflix Canada. We'll update this list as we go along the year, so be sure to check in regularly.
Of course, screenplays can be written on any available word processor. However, it can be irritating to deal with issues like formatting instead of paying attention to the story. With word processors, you would have to copy-paste long chunks of text just to rearrange scenes, hunt down the correct screenplay version from multiple files, and find some spot to place stray ideas. Why bother when there are many available screenplay tools online? In this list, our team has compiled the top screenplay writing applications you can use to focus on the story, not the formatting.