Streaming subscriptions are the gift that keep on giving and with new content coming out monthly and originals you can’t find elsewhere, we rounded up all the deals happening this Black Friday. Whether you’re looking for nostalgia-filled content like The Office, A Goofy Movie, or any number of Nicktoons favorites, there is a streaming service for you. Plus, every platform is bringing forward original content like young adult series to Marvel Cinematic Universe series like Hawkeye, and a whole lot of Star Trek. There are a lot of reasons to pick up a new subscription but the pricing can all add up, so why not pick them up cheap!
We’ve rounded up all of the streaming platform Black Friday deals to help you save some cash.
If you’re a Star Trek fan, then chances are you already have Paramount+ to keep up with series like Star Trek: Discovery, Star Trek: The Lower Decks, and Star Trek: Prodigy. If you’re not, there is still a whole bunch on the platform that ranges from nostalgic Nicktoons series and they’re even expanding their international offerings like the best series I’ve seen this year: Bargain. With a lot to offer and a great deal – you can jump into Paramount+ today with 1 free month.
Curiosity Stream is a little different. Completely focused on documentaries and s-tier edutainment and educational programming, Curiosity Stream is a great option for people looking for science and history documentaries for themselves or for their kids. With a variety of content that covers ancient civilizations, astrophysics, dinosaurs, and of course puppies, there is a lot to put on to watch yourself or keep your busy while they’re home for the holidays with some education.
One of my favorite streaming services that flies below the radar but has some of the best series I’ve seen like Silo, Lessons in Chemistry, and Pachinko, AppleTV+ is a must-buy to prepare for the next year of television. Or, you can take advantage of picking it up now on Black Friday to watch the series that matches your interest, like maybe Monarch: Legacy of Monsters? With high production value and a diversity of genre and storytelling this is one to pick up.
Hulu & Disney Bundle
Now the Disney Bundle is single-handedly the most bang for your buck on the list. Of course, you get access to all of the Disney programmings like MCU series Loki and Hawkeye, and other originals like Diary of a Future President and High School Musical The Musical: The Series. Additionally, new Disney films hit the platform after 45 days in theaters. That said, the Disney Bundle also gets you Hulu and ESPN. While ESPN is a great addition for sports fans, Hulu is where you get the most out of this subscription. With access to anime, live-action, Hulu Originals, and a whole lot of television, it’s a great addition.
Wrapped into an Amazon Prime subscription, Prime Video is doing so fantastic things with adult animation like Vox Machina and Invincible and is the home to Tom Clancy series like Reacher and Jack Ryan. There is a lot to watch and Amazon Studios is expanding its film repository too with some fantastic takes on genres.
Starz has some critically acclaimed original series and a pretty wide selection of films as well. Not to mention, the diversity of its programming is phenomenal with storytelling from across marginalized backgrounds creating unique stories that showcase experiences: Vida, Power, Blindspotting, and Run the World to name a few. On top of that period pieces like Black Sails and the Spanish, Princess are perfect binge-watches for the holiday season.