On-Demand Streaming Services

Review These Popular Options

Starting at $6.99/Month

The Basic with ads option begins at $6.99 for unlimited standard-definition streaming on one device, the Basic plan without ads option costs $9.99, followed by the Standard plan for $15.49 where high-definition viewing is available on two screens simultaneously. The Premium option costs $19.99 and allows four simultaneous streams in high-definition or 4K Ultra HD when available.

Firestick, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Roku, Playstation, iOS, Windows, macOS, Android, Andriod TV, XBOX, LG, Samsung, VIZIO, Nintendo and Sony are compatible.

FAQ’s

The Basic Package allows for only one device at a time. The Standard Package allows for two devices. The Premium Package allows for 4 devices to be streaming Netflix simultaneously. For pricing information, click here.
Yes, you can actually have up to 100 active Netflix downloads per device. It’s recommended you delete the title once you’ve watched it. Not all titles are available for download. For easy steps on how to download Netflix titles, click here.
Yes, simply select “Download Next Episode” (called “Smart Downloads on devices running Windows 10 or Windows 11). When you’re finished watching an episode, it will be deleted and the next episode in series will automatically be downloaded. To learn how to activate the “Download Next Episode” on Netflix, click here.

Yes, parents can set up PIN-protected parental controls. This allows children to enjoy family-friendly TV shows and movies and restricts their access to mature content. 

$6.99/Month

Apple TV+ is a subscription video streaming service known for its high quality/award winning original shows and movies. It’s also home to Friday Night Major League Baseball. Apple TV+ releases new content each month and it costs only $6.99 per month.

Firestick, Apple TV, Roku, iOS, Windows, macOS, LG, Samsung, VIZIO and Sony are compatible.

FAQ’s

Yes, Apple TV+ probably has the most generous offline access policies compared to all other streaming services. Apple TV+ does not limit the number of downloads or the number of devices they download to. The only stipulation is the device needs to be subscribed to Apple ID.

Not only does Apple TV+ allow up to 6 different profiles for your family’s account (each with their own unique login) but also allows simultaneous streaming for up to six devices.

The parental controls on Apple TV+ are based on the rating of shows and movies. The service doesn’t allow playback of certain content based on how the users have set up their profiles related to the ratings (G, PG, PG-13, R) of shows and movies.

Apple TV+ is available if over 100 countries. Plus, you can still watch episodes and movies that have been previously downloaded onto your iPhone or iPad for subsequent viewing — without the need of an internet connection.

Starting at $7.99/Month

Hulu offers two options for their on demand services. The basic version is $6.99 per month (includes advertisements during programming) while their ad-free tier is $12.99 per month. Hulu’s on demand streaming library not only includes over 40,000 movies and TV shows, but it also offers next-day streaming of broadcast and cable shows — which is a big advantage over other on demand only services. Hulu also creates it’s own original series, movies, and documentaries.

Firestick, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Roku, PlayStation iOS, Windows, macOS, Android, Andriod TV, XBOX, LG, Samsung, VIZIO, Nintendo and Sony are compatible

FAQ’s

Hulu’s content has commercials in its Basic Plan ($6.99 per month) but also offers a “No Ads” Plan for just $12.99 per month.

Hulu’s simultaneous streaming limit is up to two devices. However, when subscribing to the “Unlimited Screens Add-On” (an addition $9.99 per month) you can stream an unlimited number of devices that are connected to your home network at the same time. If you’re on the go, (away from home network), the “Unlimited Screens Add-On” plan does limit you only three simultaneous streams on mobile devices.

Yes, if you subscribe to Hulu’s  “The Disney Bundle” (includes Hulu, Disney+ and ESPN+) or the ESPN+ Add-on (includes Hulu and ESPN+) you can purchase and watch UFC PPV events on Hulu. You can watch pay-per-view events on two screens simultaneously.

Yes, but you are limited to a total of 25 active Hulu downloads across a total of fiber supported mobile devices. You’ll have access to the unwatched downloads for 30 days, unless the content expires from Hulu’s streaming library. Also, if you start to watch a downloaded episode or movie and then stop, you’ll have 48 hours to finish watching before the download expires. To continue watching the content, you’ll need to download it again. For learn how to download Hulu titles, click here.

$8.99/Month if not an Amazon Prime Member

Membership to Amazon Prime will cost you $14.99 per month or $139 per year, and on top of the shipping and shopping benefits, it includes full access to Amazon’s video streaming service. If you aren’t an Amazon Prime member but still want access to the streaming platform, it costs
$8.99/month. Additionally, you can rent or buy movies and shows that aren’t included in the main Prime Video service, as well as subscribe to over 100 premium channels for $4.99 to $14.99.

Firestick, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Roku, Playstation, iOS, Windows, macOS, Android, Andriod TV, XBOX, LG, Samsung, VIZIO and Sony are compatible.

FAQ’s

If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you receive Amazon Prime Video as one of the various perks. You also receive free package delivery (two-day, one-day and same-day delivery options) along with shopping and reading benefits from the site. Subscribing to Amazon Prime costs $14.99 per month or $139 per year.

Yes. Prime Video is also a standalone streaming service. It’s only $8.99 per month if you’re not a Amazon Prime member. 

Yes, although not all titles are eligible for downloading. Another caveat is that you can NOT download onto a laptop or PC. Downloads are only available on mobile devices like your smartphone or tablet.

No. Amazon Prime Video is an “on demand” streaming platform, meaning you can watch the content at anytime while online. So, in the case of your home TV, there’s no need to DVR the content.

$7.99/Month or $79.99 Annually

Disney+ is the streaming home of Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and National Geographic. The service is ad-free (no commercials — YAY!!) and includes exclusive access to new original movies and series. The always-growing service is $10.99 per month or $109.99 annually. There is a basic option with ads that costs $7.99/month. As Disney owns both the HULU and ESPN+ streaming services, there are additional bundling opportunities when also subscribing to these services.

Firestick, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Roku, Playstation, iOS, Windows, macOS, Android, Andriod TV, XBOX, LG, Samsung, VIZIO and Sony are compatible.

FAQ’s

Disney+ offers a multiple parental control features including content ratings, kid profile set-up, PIN only access to content, and a password protected “profile creation restriction” to prevent other users from creating new profiles. For more information, click here.
Disney+ subscribers can create a shared streaming experience with SharePlay when using an iPad, iPhone or AppleTV. Subscribers can watch Disney+ content while on FaceTime, allowing them to see and communicate with each other while viewing the content. To learn how to set up to join a SharePlay session, click here.
Disney+ allows a household to set up seven different profiles, more than enough for most families. However, simultaneous streaming is limited to only four devices. To learn more about setting up profiles for each member of your family, click here.
Yes. Actually, a separate watchlist can be set up for each profile in your account so each family member can manage their own watchlist. To learn more about setting this up, click here.

Starting at $4.99/Month

discovery+ is a subscription streaming video service that includes unlimited access to over 70,000 episodes of some of your favorite TV networks and TV shows. The channel lineup can change but can include shows like House Hunters, Chopped, Fixer Upper, Dirty Jobs, Gold Rush, Deadliest Catch, Property Brothers, Pawn Stars, American Pickers, Diners Drive-ins and Dives, Storage Wars, Ice Road Truckers and more.

Firestick, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Roku, XBOX, LG, Samsung, VIZIO and Sony are compatible.

FAQ’s

discovery+ is $4.99 per month but the content includes commercials. The “discovery+ (Ad-Free)” option is ad-free and costs $6.99 per month.

Yes. For more information on student discounts, click here.
For more information on military discounts, click here.

discovery+ allows simultaneous streaming for up to four devices. It allows up to five different user profiles for your household’s account.

No, discovery+ does not have a parental controls setting on its streaming platform. 

Starting at $9.99/Month

Launched in May 2020, HBO Max is a subscription streaming video service that’s owned by Warner Bros. HBO Max’s pricing options are $9.99 per month (includes advertisements) or the ad-free version at $15.99 per month. (Savings can be obtained when paying annually.) Discovery. It’s content (movies and series) is built around the libraries of HBO, Warner Bros, original content called “Max Originals,” plus content acquired through third party deals (BBC Studios and Sesame Workshop) and partnerships with other Warner Bros owned libraries such as Looney Tunes and DC Comics.

Firestick, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Roku, Playstation, iOS, Windows, macOS, Android, Andriod TV, XBOX, LG, Samsung, VIZIO and Sony are compatible.

FAQ’s

HBO Max allows simultaneous streaming for up to three devices. It allows up to five different user profiles for your household’s account.

Subscribing to HBO Max with commercials is $9.99 per month or $99.99 if prepaid annually. The ad-free version of HBO Max is $14.99 per month or $149.99 if prepaid annually.

The channel lineup can change but bonus series content include the full libraries of shows like Friends, The Big Bang Theory, South Park, Fresh Prince of Bel Air, The West Wing, Sex in the City, and Gossip Girl.

HBO is the traditional cable subscription available through a television provider. HBO Max is a streaming video on demand service that contains HBO content plus additional popular TV shows and movies.