Best Video Streaming Services

If you're considering cutting cords, leaving physical copies away, or wanting to watch a lot of movies and television shows all in one, here are the best video streaming services that you can try out. Many of these video streaming services are either be free or paid for a monthly or yearly fee. Vote for which streaming services you think are the best, and leave us a comment if you want to share out your opinion.
The Top Ten
1 Netflix

Netflix is the most subscribed video streaming service for good reason: it has a great selection of movies and television shows. It also has a lot of great original content, despite its high cost. It's always ad-free, and there are 4K, HDR, and Dolby Atmos streaming options available.

This is definitely the best. It has a huge variety of content, with tons of great movies to see. It's not only ad-free but also easy to use and very informative.

2 HBO Max

The best streaming service of all time is HBO Max. They offer South Park, Doctor Who, The Sopranos, a variety of DC content, Studio Ghibli films, a ton of Cartoon Network and Adult Swim content, a good amount of anime, numerous new movies, many classic films, and a wide range of TV shows.

The monthly fee of $15 for all of this content is pretty decent.

3 Disney+

Disney+ is a video streaming service that offers a lot of Disney-owned content all in one place, including many of our childhood favorites. The service is competitively priced compared to other video streaming services, starting as low as $6.99 per month. It offers 4K, Dolby Atmos, Dolby Vision, and HDR, and contains no ads.

However, it is restricted to PG-13 content and below. The performance was poor at the time of its initial release.

4 Hulu

Hulu is a very dependable video streaming service for many big television shows and a variety of good movies. It is available on nearly every media-streaming device. Cloud DVR and live TV options are available.

The service is ad-supported at the lowest base price and is limited to a single stream.

5 WWE Network
6 Amazon Prime Video
7 Movies Anywhere

Movies Anywhere is a video streaming service that allows users to stream, download, store, and redeem movies. What makes Movies Anywhere great is that you can extend your movie library to other platforms, such as iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, etc. The service offers a lot of streaming options, including 4K, HDR, Dolby Atmos, and Dolby Vision.

Films from 20th Century Fox, Sony Pictures, Universal Studios, Disney, and Warner Brothers are available to be synced. It's free to sign up.

8 Vudu

Vudu is a video streaming platform with over 150,000 movies and television shows. You can buy and rent movies and television shows, convert discs to digital, and redeem digital copies. The platform offers streaming options in 4K and Dolby Atmos. You can also see new releases before they are out on Blu-ray and DVD.

Vudu offers free legal ad-supported movies and television shows, and it's free to sign up.

10 Tubi

Tubi is one of the largest free, legal, ad-supported video streaming services, offering over 7,500 movies and television shows. They have a good range of genres and many hidden gems in their library. The ads aren't very long compared to other free video streaming services, and the platform runs surprisingly well. Sign-ups are not required.

The Contenders
11 Paramount+
12 Sling TV
13 YouTube TV
14 NowTV
15 Peacock
16 Twitch Twitch is an American video live streaming service that focuses on video game live streaming, including broadcasts of esports competitions, in addition to offering music broadcasts, creative content, and "in real life" streams. It is operated by Twitch Interactive, a subsidiary of, Inc... read more
17 123movies
18 Discovery+
19 CrunchyRoll
20 Funimation
21 Apple TV
22 Viaplay
23 Crackle
24 fuboTV
25 CBS All Access
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