The Most Underrated Streaming Platforms To Check Out

Here are some of the best and most underappreciated streaming platforms to check out, as well as basic information about their subscription costs.

Who doesn't like horror? It's one of the most distinct and entertaining genres you can find anywhere. Luckily, too, there exist a few services that provide viewers exclusively with dozens of movies and TV series within the horror genre — the most well-known being Shudder.


An off-shoot of the popular National Theatre Live — filmed productions of British theater programs released to theaters across the globe — National Theatre At Home gives you the joy of seeing a theatrical performance entirely from the comfort of your home.

National Theatre at Home

The appeal of BroadwayHD lies in its nearly endless viewing options, ranging from classic Broadway musicals like The Phantom of the Opera and Cats to more recent hits like the 2018 Tony Award-winning production of An American In Paris.


Documentary+ is basically just what it sounds like: a streaming service that offers a number of documentaries on diverse subjects like history, art, cooking, science, religion, and nature.


Aimed at film scholars, historians, and cinephiles, the best thing about The Criterion Channel is not only its impressive streaming options but the bonus features attached to The Channel's films.

The Criterion Channel

The Criterion Channel, Shout! Factory TV is an off-shoot of Shout! Factory's DVD and Blu-Ray, offering a variety of low-budgeted cult films.

Shout! Factory TV

While other, more notable anime-related streaming services like Funimation or Crunchyroll revolve around more recognizable anime, RetroCrush focuses on the lesser-known but equally excellent series out there.


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