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Free Trials Best Streaming TV Services

With both Apple TV+ and Disney Plus joining the streaming TV party, there are now more Streaming Services to watch TV than ever to choose from. Making watching TV without cable a snap.

Gone are the days when Netflix, Roku, and an Antenna were all that was needed.

Now with all the choices available, it makes it increasingly more difficult to figure out and even afford the best combination of streaming TV packages.

For those that have wished to create their own TV programming bundle, that day has finally arrived.

So how do you figure out which is the best streaming service for you and your family? That's only a decision that can be made after trial and error or checking them out one by one. But we can help you out with a list of Free Streaming Trials that can make it a little easier.

Here's how to get a Free Trial to all of the top streaming TV services that are popular today.

Just know, before you sign-up that almost anyone giving away a free trial these days will want a credit card. They figure once you've joined, you'll love their service so much you would never even think about canceling. Yeah right, as cord-cutters we know better.

So be sure to set a reminder on your phone or PC, to remind you a day or two in advance to cancel before the free trial is over. This way, you can be sure your credit card won't get charged. Unless you love it so much that you want to keep it.

Some streaming TV services will even let you go into settings. Typically from their web page and turn off auto-renew. But don't count on it. It's best to find their cancellation page or contact info and manually cancel it in advance.

All The Best Streaming TV Services With FREE Trials

Netflix - One Month Free Trial (Recently Canceled)

Netflix recently stopped offering free trials. We will leave them listed for now in case they change their mind. As a true pioneer in Streaming TV technology, Netflix is still hard to beat. Just sign-up here for the Netflix plan which works best for you. They used to provide a generous 30/day free trial but they are no longer offering this.

But you can still sign-up for a couple months and binge-watch some great original TV shows like Stranger Things, The OA, Bojack Horsemen, and Mind Hunter plus a ton more. Here's what is new and popular on Netflix »

Hulu & Hulu + Live

Hulu offers both an on demand service like Netflix which has even newer shows. Usually a few days after they air on cable. They also offer a Free One Month trial which you can sign-up for here. Their Live TV streaming TV service comes with LIVE cable TV channels, Sports and News. And This Free Trial, only lasts 7/days.

Amazon Prime Video

Besides watching many great shows and movies, Amazon Prime members also can access tons of Music, Kindle Books and FREE two day shipping. While they don't offer as much content as Hulu or Netflix, if you already have Prime be sure to take advantage of this and watch some of their more popular shows. Sign-up for your Free 30/day Trial! Student get 6/months FREE.

Best Shows on Amazon Prime


Disney+ Free With Verizon

The new much-anticipated streaming service from Disney has arrived, Sign-up Here (Disney+ also recently discontinued their free 7/day trial. This service will only cost $6.99/month or $5.83 if you pay for a full year in advance. With their large library of content available, they seem to be a big hit. Verizon customers may be eligible to receive Disney+ free for one year. T-Mobile is offering some of their subscribers free Netflix.

Fubo TV - Live TV and Sports

If you are a big fan of sports, there is no better-streaming TV service than Fubo TV. They also have a nice selection of every day LIVE cables TV channels like News, Drama, Weather, and much more. Sign-up here for a 7/day FREE Trial.


Besides offering new users a Free Trial, Apple also offers several other ways to watch their new streaming TV service for Free. Here are 4 ways to watch Apple TV+ for Free!

CBS All Access Now Rebranded as Paramount+

Enjoy a Free 7/Day Trial and watch these popular CBS TV Series plus more with 10,000+ episodes:
  • Star Trek: Discovery
  • The Good Wife
  • Star Trek: Picard
  • Star Trek Discovery
  • Strange Angel
  • Why Women Kill
  • One Dollar
  • No Activity

One of the most affordable, Philo is hard to beat. $20/month buys you access to many popular cable channels minus News and Sports channels. They are one of the few that let you sign-up for a Free 7/day trial without initially using a credit card. You only need a cell phone number to get started. Halfway through the trial, they will ask for your credit card though. Here are all the channels included on Philo.


Is a great way to catch up on shows everyone is talking about like Big Little Lies, Watchmen, and Game of Thrones (GOT). It's available as a streaming-only service without requiring a subscription to cable. Besides riveting TV shows, there are also many great movies here as well. HBO Max also recently eliminated their free 7/day trial.

Criterion Channel

Criterion Channel Free Trial

Watch a nice mix of Foreign films, shows, and special features with this Independent channel. They offer a Free 14/day Trial to see everything available. They feature over 1000+ titles to choose from and can be accessed from the Internet through a Web browser or on popular media streamers like Roku and Apple TV.

Sling TV

For cord-cutters who want to watch a nice mix of Live TV content at an affordable price. With packages starting at only $25/mo it is another great way to watch live TV channels without the expensive cable TV monthly price. Join and watch a week for free.

AT&T Watch TV

Struggling as of late, and busy changing up their Channel Packages and Plans DirecTV has a $15/mo live streaming option. They also offer a Free 7-day trial.

Frndly TV

A micro bundle Live Streaming TV service Frndly offers several popular channels like Hallmark, The Outdoor Channel, The Weather, and Game Channels plus more. Be sure to give this affordable streaming TV service a try. Watch Free for 7/days!.

Acorn TV


Want to catch up on some of the best British Television shows, then be sure to check out Acorn TV. They feature premium content from the UK and more. Only $5.99/mo and click here for a Free 7/day trial.


Many claims this is now among the best Live streaming TV service today. With an Unlimited cloud DVR that's unmatched. Plus a nice selection of channels including ESPN. It's totally worth checking out YouTube TV Live channels for Free for 2 weeks*. *Limited promotion normally only one week free ends 11/14.

18+ Adult TV Streaming Services With Free Trials

Just because you quit cable TV doesn't mean you need to lose those late-night premium adult TV channels. On the contrary, there are more adult channels than ever to stream.

Like their mainstream counterparts, the top adult streaming channels also offer some great Free Trials as well. Click Here! And watch VideoBox Free for 7/days. SugarInstant Free for 5 days! Also, watch Bang! and several others FREE on Roku a PC, or from other media streamers and mobile devices.

Some streaming services let you sign-up only once. Others, after some time, go by and give you another chance to try their service for free again. So even if you may have already tried them all once, try signing up again in the future. There's nothing to lose and more free TV to gain.

Best Free Streaming Channels

If you love watching Free TV, don't miss this list of Free TV Channels that can be watched by all popular media streamers. 

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