Today, many companies release video streaming services. They want user can watch their favourite movies or TV shows from the app. Now, YouTube is taking the chance to compete with other streaming services.
YouTube, the world’s largest video streaming platform, has launched Primetime Channels. You can find popular streaming services, including Paramount+, Showtime, Starz, Moviesphere, AMC+, Vix+, Epix, Screenpix, Sundance Now, Acorn TV, IFC Films Unlimited, ALLBLK, Shudder, RCN Total, Hallmark Movies Now, Topic, Tastemade+, The Great Courses, HereTV, AtresMedia, Magnolia Selects, Outside TV, Comedy Dynamics, Dove, CONtv, Fandor, Docurama, Screambox, Law & Crime, VSIN, Dekkoo, Up Faith & Family, Gaia, and Curiosity Stream.
Unfortunately, you can’t enjoy the streaming programs for free, you still need to pay a monthly subscription for each of those channels, but you can now access them from a single place.
YouTube isn’t the first platform that launches a streaming service; Apple TV+ and Amazon Prime Video already offer many popular channels with a monthly fee. YouTube offers more convenient menus for users to access quickly. YouTube Primetime Channels doesn’t offer Amazon Prime Video, NBA League Pass, Apple TV+, and Netflix on this app. But who knows, they will be available in the near future.
If you want to enjoy this YouTube Primetime Channels with 100 basic channels, you need to pay $64.99 a month.