The Best Streaming Services for Dramas
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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.
All Samsung Smart TVs come with a free Samsung TV Plus app, the company’s own streaming service that offers more than 200 live TV channels and on-demand content to users around the globe. There’s no need to subscribe or even sign up for an account to access the app.
Aside from its TVs (specifically those released from 2016 onwards), Samsung makes its streaming platform available to all Galaxy Devices, mobile and tablet, as long as their operating systems are updated to Android 8.0 or higher. It’s a worthy option for cord-cutters, especially if you want a fuss-free and cost-efficient way to watch your favorite channels.
With its curated lineup of over 100 hand-picked, top-quality independent films every month, Curia indulges viewers with seasonal and permanent film collections for only $3.99 a month. The service ensures an experience less reliant on the impersonal algorithm that has dominated the likes of Netflix, and more on the personal recommendation setup where friends and experts help you pick out the next best watch. Aside from thoughtful curations, signing up also gets you unlimited access to award-winning feature-length and short films from beloved festivals around the world, all in the comfort of your home.
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