The Best Streaming Services for Dramas
agoodmovietowatch is a film and TV recommendation website. We aggregate what we call “highly-rated but little-known” titles, in other terms, movies and shows that you haven’t yet seen that you will like.
Naturally, many dramas fall into this category. People often dismiss films that seem sad or sentimental for comedies and easily digestible action films.
But if like me you are always on the hunt for a good drama, here are the streaming services you should consider subscribing to.
StackTV is a streaming channel available to either Amazon Prime subscribers or Rogers customers. It’s one of the rare Canadian services that hosts premium broadcast networks, including Global, Food Network Canada, HGTV Canada, History, Adult Swim, National Geographic, and Lifetime, among others. It’s a bit steep at $12.99 a month, but its wide availability via Amazon and its exclusive access to notable American networks is worth considering.
Crave is a Canadian subscription service founded in 2014 that gives users exclusive access to US titles and theater releases, as well as original shows, live content, and Canada-only movies and series. In particular, the service has a deal with studios Warner Bros. and Paramount, and with channels HBO, HBO Max, Showtime, Comedy Central, and MTV, so you can be sure to find the most in-demand releases on the service. Crave plans start at $9.99/month for single users, while the premium package costs $19.99/month.
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