Most Popular Drama Streaming Services
Below you will find a list of the most popular streaming services and channels that focus on “Drama” content. You can find out how much each service costs per month or per year (there are also several that are free!), as well as what devices you can stream them on. So check them out below and get to streaming.
Sundance Now celebrates the power of storytelling and is committed to authentic, emotionally moving stories
Cost: $6.99/month or $59.99/year (Sundance Now is currently offering a 30-day free trial for new subscribers with the special code SUNDANCENOW30)
Watch it on: iOS mobile devices and tablets; Android mobile devices and tablets; Amazon Fire TV devices; Android TV; Apple TV; Chromecast; Roku; Xbox One; Mac and PC browsers
Notes: Sundance Now is available through Amazon Channels and Apple TV Channels, and it can be streamed in the US, Canada, UK, and Ireland.
Walter Presents offers access to select drama series from around the world
Watch it on: Walter Presents does not have its own platform and therefore must be added through a video streaming platform: It is available through Amazon Channels via PBS Masterpiece, Xfinity1, and The Roku Channels.
Topic features programs with an emphasis on stories of consequence
Cost: $5.99/month (with 7-day free trial) or $59.99/year (Topic is currently offering a 30-day free trial for new subscribers and a discounted first year)
Watch it on: iOS mobile devices and tablets;Android mobile devices and tablets; Amazon Fire TV devices; Apple TV; Roku; Mac or PC browsers
Notes: Topic is available through Amazon Channels, and operates in the U.S. and Canada. Subscribers can stream on up to two screens but cannot download programs for offline viewing. However, it’s in the works.
Magnolia Selects offers access to a collection of films and television series curated by Magnolia Pictures
Cost: $4.99/month or $49.99/year
Watch it on: iOS mobile devices and tablets; Android mobile devices and tablets; Chromecast
Notes: Magnolia Selects is available through Amazon Channels and The Roku Channel.