13 Best Streaming Services You Might Not Have Heard Of

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Sadly, those times are long gone, and all indications lead to a time when managing your internet viewing library will involve money, perseverance, and perhaps a tonne of bookmarks.

According to a J.D. Power survey last year, 22% of U.S. households indicated that they were subscribers to seven or more streaming services, which is nearly twice as many as indicated that they were.

It should come as no surprise that overall streaming spending has increased. According to the same survey, the average household paid $55 per month for all of its streaming services.

That represents a 45% increase in spending from April 2020. To put that into perspective, streaming congestion has become so severe that a booming market paid apps that assist consumers in managing.

The terrible irony in this situation is that, despite the abundance of options, many consumers are finding it more difficult than ever to find something decent to watch on TV.

The terrible irony in this situation is that, despite the abundance of options, many consumers are finding it more difficult than ever to find something decent to watch on TV.

It might be time to start considering exploring the dozens of other streaming sites now filling in the gaps left by prominent streamers if spending $500 per year. 

The free, ad-supported service has a sizable selection of high-end films, as well as a much smaller selection of television shows and an expanding library of original programming.