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If you’re already planning to upgrade your home theater setup with this weekend’s many Black Friday sales, you can also expand your library of movies and TV shows. Many streamers are using the retail therapy holiday to attract new subscribers, and services including Hulu, Discovery+, Paramount+, Peacock and Philo are offering deep discounts to new customers for a limited time.
Looking to make the most of that new smart TV or soundbar (including the one you just got on sale)? Next, check out the best Black Friday deals on streaming services — for binge-watching time from Thanksgiving through New Year’s.
Amazon Prime Video
From November 23rd to December 4th, Amazon Prime subscribers will get their first two months of select Prime Video channels for $2 per month (regularly $3 to $11 monthly), including AMC+, Epix, Paramount+, Showtime, Starz and more.
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For a limited time, save up to 70 percent off your first year when you pay $2 a month AMC+ Under annual plan, then $9 monthly.
What to watch The Walking Dead franchise, Doctor Who: Flux, Kevin can f**k himself
From November 23rd to 28th, new and returning customers (including existing Disney+ and ESPN+ standalone subscribers) can get Hulu’s ad-supported plan is $2 monthly First 12 months; After that, pay $8 monthly. The Disney+ and ESPN+ bundle are excluded from the deal, but the first month is free for new subscribers to the Hulu ad-free plan or one week free for the Live TV plan (which goes up to $65 per month and then increases again to $70 monthly on December 21, 2021). Get access to Hulu original content as well as TV shows and movies on networks including ABC, AMC, CBS, Disney, NBC, FX and more; You can also add Cinemax, HBO Max, Showtime and Starz for an additional fee.
What to watch The Handmaid’s Tale, Dopsic, great, Nine perfect strangers, This is us, Grey’s Anatomy
For a limited time, pay 99 cents a month (or 80 percent off) for your first three months Discovery+’s ad-lite plan; After that, it’s $5 monthly. You’ll get access to networks like A&E, Food Network, HGTV, History, Lifetime, OWN and more, along with Chip and Joanna Gaines’ Magnolia Network.
What to watch Shark Week, Johnny vs. Amber, Introducing, Selma Blair; Fixer Upper: Welcome Home; 90 Day Fiancé; Mythbusters
Through November 27, new and returning subscribers save 50 percent off annual subscriptions Paramount +of Essential ($50 per year) or Premium ($100 per year) plans. Both packages include access to tens of thousands of movies and TV shows, 24/7 live news on CBSN, your local CBS channel, NFL on CBS Live and more, but only the Premium plan gives you the ability to watch your local CBS station live and download. Shows to watch later.
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From November 23rd to 28th, new subscribers can get NBCUniversal Peacock Premium 99 cents a month plan for their first 12 months with code SAVEBIG; After that, subscriptions are $5 monthly.
What to watch Yellowstone, Girls 5 Eva, Jurassic World, Honk for Jesus. Save your soul, Halloween ends, Office, Parks and Recreation, Disdain me, Demons: The World Tour
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From November 25 to 30, new subscribers get 80 percent off their first month Philo’s live and on-demand Internet TV service Thanks for the code; Then pay $25 monthly. The platform includes access to more than 60 channels, including A&E, AMC, BET, CMT, Comedy Central, Lifetime, MTV, OWN, Sundance TV and others. Plus, get a seven-day free trial for select add-on packages, which regularly range from $3 to $9 monthly.
For a limited time, get your first 30 days Show time Free, then pay $11 per month. You can bundle with Paramount+ and save up to 28 percent when you get 30 days free, then it’s $12 monthly. Note that pay per view is excluded.
What to watch billion, Minaret, Dexter: New blood, Zola, Moonlight
Through November 27th, save $10 off your first month of live TV streaming service the sling And get a free Amazon FireTV Stick Lite and a free month of additional lifestyle channels including Hallmark Channel, VH1, Magnolia Network and more. Sling’s on-demand Orange or Blue streaming plans are regularly $35 per month and the Orange and Blue package is regularly $50 per month. Both the Personal Blue service and the Orange and Blue plan offer 40 other local broadcast channels, and you can record up to 50 hours of content and stream it on up to three devices.
Get your first seven days of the horror-focused streaming service for free tremble; Then pay $4.75 a month and up.
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New and returning subscribers can get the first three months Starz Pay $5 per month, then $9 monthly.
What to watch Gaslit, Spider-Man: No Way Home, Venom: Let there be carnage, Who Killed Tupac?, Seduced: Inside the NXIVM Cult, Power Book III: Rising Conan, Outlander, The Luminaries, Jumanji: The Next Level
Get your first three months YouTube TV For $55, then pay $65 monthly. You get access to more than 85 entertainment, news and live sports channels for six accounts, including AMC, CNN, Comedy Central, ESPN, Nickelodeon, Univision and more.