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Streaming services you can try for free while in quarantine

by Sean P. Aune | March 26, 2020March 26, 2020 11:30 am EDT

Feel as though you’ve exhausted everything on Netflix? Nothing to watch on Hulu? Luckily some other streaming services have stepped up to help entertain you through your quarantined time at home.

Multiple services have extended their free trials during the coronavirus pandemic to help keep you entertained. Most of them have gone to at least 30 days of free content.

We do recommend you make a note of when you signed up as these will convert to paid subscriptions when the trails expire. Make sure you manage to turn them off before that happens in case you don’t wish to continue the service.

Acorn TV

The perfect streaming service for anyone who loves British television. It is currently offering a free 30-day trial when you use the code FREE30 on Enjoy series such as Doc Martin, Midsomer Murders, Murphy’s Law, and more.

CBS All Access

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Just in time for the season 1 finale of Star Trek Picard, CBS All Access has gone free for a month when you use the code GIFT when you sign up.


Showtime is offering a free 30-day trial for new customers when you sign up at Try out original series such as Shameless, Ray Donovan, Homeland, and more.


The ultimate destination for horror fans, you can try Shudder with a 30-day free trial when you use the code SHUTIN on

Sundance Now

Sundance Now typically offers a 7-day free trial, but it is now available for a 30-day free trial with the special code SUNDANCENOW30 at

Smithsonian Channel Plus

You will get a total of 37 days to try out the Smithsonian streaming service when you enter the code ALONETOGETHER.


The Urban Movie Channel (UMC) will give you a 30-day free trial when you use the code UMCFREE30 at


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The biggest name in professional wrestling is offering a free month of its WWE Network streaming service for new customers.



Sean P. Aune

Sean Aune has been a pop culture aficionado since before there was even a term for pop culture. From the time his father brought home Amazing