Tired of Netflix? Here are some alternatives to try.

Its no doubt that Netflix is the biggest player in streaming. Even though there are many alternatives, netflix is definitely at the top of the list. But sometimes Netflix can be boring. Those endless scrolling to find something to watch can be exhausting. So, what do we do when that happens.

Here we have a compiled a list of alternatives that one could try when tired of Netflix. These may not be as big as Netflix, but they do carry their own pros and cons. Its not at all a bad idea to give them a try.

List of Netflix Alternatives

Amazon Prime Video

Prime Video is the best Netflix Alternative. It has a wide range of movies, tv Shows and original programming as well. Some of the shows are The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, The Man In The High Castle, and Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan.

If you’re an Amazon Prime member, the Prime Video is part of your subscription.

Amazon Prime Video - Apps on Google Play

Link: Prime Video

Hulu

Hulu is less popular than Prime Video but it has shows like the Simpsons, Seinfeld, ER, and Futurama. They have some original content as well including the popular The Handmaid’s Tale.

Hulu starts at just $5.99 per month. This package includes ads as well. / You will have to pay $11.99 per month for an ad-free experience.

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Link: Hulu

Disney+

Disney+, as the name suggests is the recently launched streaming service by the Entertainment giant. It has all the shows and movies ever made under the disney banner. Also, there are also a lot of original content from Marvel Entertainment as well. Some of the shows that are coming to Disney+ are The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki, WandaVision etc.,

The price for Disney Plus on its own is $6.99 a month, or $69.99 for an annual subscription. 

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Disney+ - Apps on Google Play

Link: Disney+

Apple TV Plus

Apple’s streaming service was announced last year and it mainly focuses on the new shows that are produced by Apple. It costs only $4.99 per month which is dead cheap compared to other streaming services.

Also, as an introductory offer, Apple gave a year long free subscription for every new iPhone 11 brought last year.

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Link: Apple TV+

Youtube

I know that Youtube doesn’t certainly doesn’t belong in this list but definitely its a good source of entertainment. It has everything from movies, shows, youtube originals, and amazing content creators in every possible subject imaginable.

Youtube is free with ads and for an ad-free you will have to subscribe to Youtube Premium.

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Link: Youtube

HBO Now

HBO is one the major TV channels in the traditional sense. In the streaming service it brings all the content ever made under HBO. It has a couple of plans like HBO Now & HBO Max and others.

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Link: HBO NOW

There are other lesser known streaming services as well. You can check them out. A range of streaming services are coming in the future.