Whether you want to journey through ancient Egypt, explore Mars, or learn the ins and outs of the world wide web, here’s your chance. You can do it all from the comfort of your own couch thanks to this documentary streaming service.
Launched by John Hendricks, the man who founded the Discovery Channel, CuriosityStream is known as the “Netflix for nonfiction.” Its library consists of over 2,000 science, technology, history, nature, society, and lifestyle documentaries. They feature experts such as Stephen Hawking and David Attenborough, and there are also documentaries exclusive to CuriosityStream.
Like other streaming services, you can stream an unlimited amount of content each month via web browser, mobile app, TV, or tablet. CuriosityStream is also available for Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV, Xbox One, and more.
What you get:
CuriosityStream typically costs $3 per month. Right now, however, you can sign up for a two-year subscription for $30 — the equivalent of just $1.25 per month.
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