There is another streaming service available in Ireland you might not even know existed
It has shows and movies currently unavailable on any other streaming services in Ireland.
Between Apple TV+, Disney+, Netflix, NOW, Paramount+, Prime Video - as well as the more specialised Mubi and Shudder - there are already plenty of streaming services on offer for Irish customers.
That said, there is another streamer available for those in the country that people may not be aware of, one which currently holds a pretty impressive library.
That service is Lionsgate+, which allows viewers to watch "current and past seasons of STARZ Original Series, today’s best movies, and other favorites wherever, whenever and as much as your heart desires".
Having scanned through streamer, examples of the TV shows that form part of its current library include: The Act, Castle Rock, Doom Patrol, Dr Death, Dublin Murders, Gaslit, The Girl from Plainsville, The Girlfriend Experience, Godfather of Harlem, The Great, Harlots, Outlander, Party Down, Power Book II: Ghost, Power Book III: Raising Kanan, Power Book IV: Force, Station Eleven, The Stand and Tokyo Vice.
Meanwhile, in terms of the movies on offer, they include: Atonement, American Psycho, An American Werewolf in London, Belly, Captain Phillips, Crank, Crimson Peak, Eat Pray Love, Gangs of New York, Halloween, Locke, Magic Mike, Miami Vice, Nocturnal Animals, The Other Guys, Public Enemies, Reservoir Dogs, Scarface, Split and Warrior.
A subscription to Lionsgate+ in Ireland costs €4.99 monthly but newcomers to the service are able to avail of a seven day free trial.
The streamer can be accessed on a computer or by downloading the Lionsgate+ app on a smartphone or tablet. Along with Ireland, the service is available in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden and the UK.
You can sign up to Lionsgate+ via its website here.
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