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You can now access multiple streaming service via YouTube Primetime Channels


Last updated: November 2nd, 2022 at 15:06 UTC+01:00

With the number of video streaming services increasing day by day, it is getting quite overwhelming for people to hop from app to app to watch their favorite TV shows and movies. What if you could access all those streaming services on YouTube? Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to watch all the shows on the platform that we all know and use every day? Well, that’s exactly what’s happening right now.

YouTube, the world’s largest video streaming platform, has launched Primetime Channels. It enables you to access more than thirty streaming services, including Paramount+, AMC+, ViX+, Showtime, and STARZ, from YouTube. Nope, none of those channels will be free to watch. You will still have to pay a monthly subscription for each of those channels, but you can now access them from a single place.

That being said, YouTube isn’t the first platform to launch this kind of service. Apple TV+ and Amazon Prime Video already offer a bunch of other streaming services on their platforms for a monthly fee. But having those streaming services on YouTube is more convenient as it is a platform that people access more frequently throughout the day, which makes it easier for people to explore content from other streaming services on it.

Unfortunately, popular streaming services such as Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+, and Netflix are not available on YouTube Primetime Channels as of now. But who knows, things could take a turn for the good in the near future.

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