You may have binged all the good stuff on Netflix or Hulu, but there’s more to watch on the STARZ app like the latest movies and some new STARZ  network series. 

During this quarantine everyone has been binge watching and catching up on their latest tv series and starting new ones. More movies have been added and some debuted. With Netflix and Hulu being the top two streaming networks some people have forgotten about other television streaming apps and networks such as STARZ and On Demand with xfinity (comcast). 

The STARZ app offers a free trial just as Netflix and Hulu, but STARZ is a 7-day free trial and after the 7 days, it’s $8.99 per month and you can access the app on any compatible device such as your laptop, tablet, and cell phone. STARZ  debuts their own network original series like popular show Power by 50 Cent. STARZ is also popular on xfinity for showing the latest movies. Some movies, network original series, and tv shows that Netflix and Hulu don’t have are seen here on their app. 

STARZ just rolled out a list of new movies on their app that was recently in theaters, but are now available through their app or xfinity On Demand under the STARZ network channel. Thos movies include:

  • Charlie’s Angels (2019)
  • Black and Blue (2019)
  • Spider-Man Far from Home (2019)
  • Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019)
  • Escape Room (2019)

If you’re interested in some older throwback movies they are also offered on STARZ. Some options include popular movies such as Nutty Professor I and II, Scarface, Ice Age, and even Garfield. They also offer superhero and kid friendly movies to add some family time streaming during quarantine.


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