Monday, June 8, 2020

Most Popular “Faith & Family” Streaming Services

Below you will find a list of the most popular streaming services and channels that focus on “Faith & Family” 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.

UP Faith & Family

UP Faith & Family offers family-friendly and faith-based programming

Cost: $5.99/month or $53.99/year
Watch it on: iOS mobile devices and tablets; Android mobile devices and tablets; Amazon Fire TV devices; Apple TV; Chromecast; Roku; Xbox One; Samsung Smart TV; Mac and PC browsers; or TV providers like Xfinity, Dish, Cox or Sling TV
Notes: Subscribers have access topast seasons of UPtv’s original series, family movies, Christian movies, kids favorites, Christmas movies, music specials, comedies and more.

Pure Flix

Pure Flix offers family-friendly and Christian entertainment for all ages

Cost: $12.99/month or $83.33/year for first year and then $99.99/year after; $1000 for lifetime access
Watch it on: iOS mobile devices and tablets; Android mobile devices and tablets; Amazon Fire TV devices; Android TV; Apple TV; Chromecast; Roku; Roku Smart TV; Samsung Smart TV; Xbox One; Mac and PC browsers
Notes: Pure Flix matches every annual subscription purchased and gives it to a family in need. The service is available in the U.S. and Canada

Dove Channel

Dove Channel offers family-friendly and Christian-based programming

Cost: Free with ads; $4.99/month, $11.99/three months, or $39.99/year
Watch it on: iOS mobile devices and tablets; Android mobile devices and tablets; Amazon Fire TV devices; Android TV; Apple TV; Chromecast; Roku; Vizio Smart TVs; Mac and PC browsers
Notes: Dove Channel is available through Amazon Channels and The Roku Channel



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