An all-new streaming service launches in the UK this June with the launch of Paramount+.
But with so many other TV platforms out there, it can be hard to choose the one that’s right for you.
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We’ll take a look at what each of the major streaming platforms offer and how much they cost.
UK streaming services – which is better?
Accessible: UK launch on Wednesday 22 June 2022
How to broadcast: If you’re already a Sky customer, you can either include it with your Sky Q package, or if you subscribe to Sky Cinema, you’ll automatically be able to access it at no extra charge.
Otherwise, Paramount+ is available on an app that can be streamed to devices including phones, tablets, laptops, and smart TVs.
What you can watch: Paramount+ offers a huge selection of content, from original TV series to its back catalog of movies.
On launch day, there will be new ones among the available highlights Star Trek series Strange new worldsvideo game television adaptation Halohistorical drama First lady starring Viola Davis, Michelle Pfeiffer and Gillian Anderson, plus a new version The man who fell to the ground featuring Chiwetel Ejiofor and Naomie Harris.
Also pay attention to Sentencere-enactment of producer Albert S. Ruddy’s experience in creating Godfatherthe whole series yellowstone and its new prequel 1883 and series by Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Uma Thurman Super Pumped: Battle for Uber.
Later in the month of launch, there will be a new celebrity reality show. All Star Coast will see Joey Essex and Chloe Ferry take on contestants from all over the world in a party competition.
There are a huge number of films out there, including several Star Trek titles and classics including Pulp Fiction, Loose, and Mean Girls.
The kids will love the movies, including paw patrol, Clifford the big red dog as well as transformersthough most Paramount+ offerings are for adults.
Price: £6.99 per month or £69.90 for the whole year.
How to broadcast: The Netflix app can be used on devices including phones, tablets, laptops, and smart TVs.
The difference between the basic, standard, and premium subscription packages is how many different screens you can watch it on simultaneously, how many devices you can download the content on, and whether it’s available in HD or Ultra HD.
What you can watch: Netflix is a giant of streaming content around the world, offering TV shows and movies for all tastes, as well as a lot of hidden content that you can discover using genre codes.
Famous drama series originals include Breaking Bad spin off Better call Saulfantasy science fiction very strange things and drug thriller by Jason Bateman and Laura Linney Ozark.
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Popular reality shows include Love is blind as well as Sale Sunsetand Netflix has become known for its gripping true crime documentaries such as tiger king, Creation of a killer, Fire as well as Tinder scammeras well as performances by star comedians such as Ricky Gervais and Aziz Ansari with their sitcoms. after life as well as Master of Nothing also included.
In addition to changing the face of television, it is also changing the cinema, with Netflix exclusive films receiving awards regularly. dog power, Irishman as well as Tick, tick… Boom!.
Subscribers can create kid profiles with the same huge selection of content for young viewers, as well as original content and TV shows like Coco Melon as well as The Cuphead Showvarious lego movies, shrek, Hotel Translevania and a family classic like Hook as well as Beethoven all are available.
Netflix also includes box sets of popular drama series such as BBC and ITV, as well as American series such as Breaking Bad.
Price: Basic is £5.99/month, Standard is £9.99/month, Premium is £13.99/month.
How to broadcast: When you subscribe to Amazon Prime, their subscription package includes access to streaming content through the Prime Video app, which runs on devices including phones, tablets, laptops, and smart TVs.
What you can watch: The Amazon originals for which the streaming service has become known include The Amazing Mrs Maisel, boys, Jack Ryan, Romanovs, Reacher as well as The Man in the High Castle.
Jeremy Clarkson found a new home on a platform with a car series Grand Tour documentary film about agriculture Clarkson Farm.
In addition to its own original content, Prime Video includes a host of other TV shows and movies hit elsewhere, and its varied kids content includes favorites such as Peppa Pigadaptations by Julia Donaldson for the BBC and television series Kung Fu Panda.
Price: £7.99 per month including Amazon Prime.
How to broadcast: Through the Disney+ app on devices including phones, tablets, laptops and smart TVs.
The standard Disney+ subscription package lets you watch up to four different devices simultaneously, download up to 10 devices, and host virtual parties for up to five friends to watch.
What you can watch: Marvel fans won’t want to miss out on a Disney+ subscription that gives you access to many MCU movies and original series like Hawkeye, Loki as well as Ms. Marvel.
star Wars also found a home in the service for his films and TV shows, including new series The Mandalorian.
Read more: Everything Coming to Disney+ in June
Comedy Only murders in the building and biographical series Pam and Tommy have attracted a lot of attention lately, and a new Kardashian reality show is also coming to Disney+.
This is arguably the best platform for kids content – access to the back catalog of Disney and Pixar movies with Encanto, Moana, blushes, Cruella, frozen, guardians of the galaxy, Aladdin, Black Panther, Luke and much, much more are all available.
Price: £7.99 per month or £79.90 for the whole year.
Accessible: Later in 2022
How to broadcast: ITVX is not due to launch until the end of the year and will include what is currently a free on-demand ITV Hub service with a paid BritBox.
Different subscription levels will give you access to either free content that includes add-ons, or additional premium content without ads.
What you can watch: In short, all ITV Hub and BritBox content will be migrated to ITVX according to different subscription tiers, giving you access to some of the best UK TV channels.
On the new service, dramas, comedies and reality shows will be available for full viewing on the service as soon as the first episode airs on ITV, with new drama series appearing on ITVX six to nine months before airing on ITV.
Content also includes BBC, Channel 4 and Channel 5 series as well as original BritBox content such as Why didn’t they ask Evans? as well as Dry.
New commissioned series include Spy among friends starring Damian Lewis and Guy Pearce nolly starring Helena Bonham Carter, Confessions of Franny Langton Six-episode drama by Lenny Henry starring Carla-Simone Spence, Sophie Cookson and Patrick Martins. little birds as well as Litvinenko starring David Tennant.
Price: Prices are being specified.
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