Opinion: Channels you should be streaming on Apple TV Channels

It’s no secret that Apple TV Channels has changed the game when it comes to how users stream their favorite TV shows and movies right from the Apple TV app.

For those who do not know, Apple TV Channels is a way for those who use the Apple TV app to subscribe to and watch content from select streaming services.

What makes the service stand out from subscribing to services directly is that users who subscribe through Apple TV Channels can download and watch their content offline.

Here are the following channels on Apple TV Channels that we recommend:

  • CBS All Access: With the number of both CBS and CBS All Access Originals, the service already pays for itself in that sense. In addition to that, due to the CBS-Viacom merger last year, other Viacom channels have been added so users can not stream TV shows such as “Spongebob Squarepants,” “Tosh.O” and “Ridiculousness,” just to name a few. In addition to that, you can stream your local CBS station from it too. It costs $9.99 a month and Apple has a new bundle for the same price that includes Apple TV+, CBS All Access and Showtime.


  • Hallmark Movies Now: This is one of the newer streaming services on Apple TV Channels. It has TV shows such as “Chesapeake Shores,” “When Hope Calls” and select Hallmark movies. Note that this is not the service you would use to watch all of your favorite Hallmark regular and Christmas movies, but it does have some on it. It costs just $5.99 a month.


  • STARZ: If you’re a movie person, then this is for you. It includes popular movies like “Spider-Man: Far From Home,” “Jumanji: The Next Level” and “Taken.” At just $8.99 a month, this is what some movie lovers would dream to have playing in their living room.


  • NickHits: With kids, especially today, it seems like there’s just not a lot of actual good new shows for them to watch. By subscribing to NickHits, you can get them hooked on some of those Nickelodeon classics like all 12 seasons of “Spongebob Squarepants,” “iCarly,” “My Life as a Teenage Robot,” “Zoey 101” and many others. It costs $7.99a month to subscribe to it.


  • BritBox: Have you ever wanted to learn more about the British lifestyle and culture, but not travel all the way over there? Those days are over thanks to this streaming service brought to you by the BBC and ITV. It has programs like “Classic Doctor Who,” the British version of “The Office,” “Mr. Bean” and the David Tennant TV series “There She Goes.” It currently only costs $6.99 a month to subscribe to.
David Becker
Author: David Becker

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