Other Streaming Platforms Available To Binge During Days Of Self-Isolation

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Deanna Rivera in Entertainment

Last updated: 25 March 2020, 01:11 GMT

Finding a list to binge is the easiest way to wash off boredom. May be Netflix or Amazon Prime is our first streaming service to call when watching addictive shows.

But there are other streaming services available if you can’t find the series that you’re looking for.

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Disney +

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A new streaming service that will have an impressive library of 500 films, over 350 TV series and 26 exclusive Disney+ originals, available for an annual fee of £49.99.

Subscribers will be able to watch their favorite Marvel films, including Captain Marvel and Black Panther, The Simpsons with over 600 episodes, and expect to watch traditional animated movies like The Princess and the Frog, and Bambi sitting alongside Pixar films like Toy Story and Inside Out.


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Get your reality TV fix, home to Keeping Up With The Kardashians, the Real Housewives series (Atlanta, Beverly Hills, New Jersey & New York) and Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen for £4.99 a month.


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Soaked up with the cult, classic and independent movies. It also picks a "Film Of The Day" and includes filmmaker retrospectives and spotlights on film festivals like Sundance and Cannes. For £9.99 a month (or £95.88 a year) you can access its database of 150,000 films.

British Film Institute (BFI) Player

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Glued to Tilda Swinton in We Need To Talk About Kevin. Rentals start from £2.50 and a subscription will set you back £4.99 a month.

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Curzon Home Cinema

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An On-demand service which makes latest release titles across the globe are available the same day they arrive on cinema screens. Rent a film for 48 hours, prices start at 99p and go up to £11.99 for the newest releases.


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A streaming service for dance, opera, music, documentaries and theatre movies like The Nutcracker, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Giselle. It’s £8.99 a month or £89.99 a year.

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Now TV

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You can simply pick Now TV pass for Blockbuster series like Game of Thrones, Stranger Things or Modern Family. From entertainment, sports, cinema to kids, for £8.99 a month.

YouTube TV

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Offers an impressive line-up of films and TV shows, renting starts from as little as £2.49. Titles include Queen Latifah’s Beauty Shop, Frozen 2 and Joaquin Phoenix in the Oscar-winning Joker.



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If you love British comedies, soaps, films and documentaries, then you’ll love Broadchurch, Whitechapel and Downtown Abbey, and Gavin & Stacey for £5.99 a month.

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