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Pavel Prokopev

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4. fuboTV Who needs cable when you have fuboTV? You get over 100 top channels, including CBS, ABC, FOX, NBC and ESPN. Plus, fuboTV users get live and on-demand access to top shows like This Is Us, The Walking Dead, House Hunters, and so much more. There are over six unique plans to choose from, including Latino Plus, but the most common starter plan costs $64.99/month. The easiest way to watch FuboTV is with Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV, or Chromecast. 3. Disney+ Disney+ is counted on to have the childhood classics you know and love. It’s the ultimate streaming destination for all things Disney, Pixar, Marvel, and National Geographic. Plus, it’s where you’ll find the best new Disney Originals, including Cruella and Jungle Cruise. Other top-rated Disney+ shows and movies include What If…, Hamilton, and Free Solo. Signing up for Disney+ only costs $7.99/month. The Disney+ Bundle costs $13.99/month and includes a subscription to Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu. 2. Hulu Since The Walt Disney Company partially owns it, there’s no wonder you can purchase a sweet bundle subscription that includes Hulu and Disney+. Hulu boasts exclusive top-notch entertainment, including Nine Perfect Strangers and Only Murders in the Building, which are new to the platform. Another great series people are loving is Manifest. Hulu’s standard subscription costs $5.99/month, but if you want ad-free entertainment, it costs $11.99/month. For the addition of live TV, it costs $54.99/month for three months and then bumps up to $64.99. 1. Apple TV+ Apple TV+ is only three years old, but it sure has made its mark in the streaming wars. This streaming service is unique because it consists exclusively of Apple’s original series and movies, including fan-favorite The Morning Show. Some other top-rated shows and movies are Ted Lasso, CODA, and Dickinson. After a seven-day free trial, it costs $4.99/month. However, when you buy an eligible Apple device such as Apple TV, Roku, Xbox, or Fire TV, you’ll get three months free!

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