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Streaming Services Your Senior Will Love


If your senior loves discovering new TV shows and movies, they would surely appreciate a gifted subscription to a streaming service. But there are so many options out there. Which should you choose? This guide will offer some support.

Since the main demographic targeted by broadcast television is audiences 18 to 50 years old, your senior may find it difficult to find the perfect channel. However, your senior can easily access streaming services with a smart TV, Fire TV stick, Roku Streaming stick, and other devices. Here is a broken-down list of some reasonable possibilities:

  • If live TV is essential to your senior, Sling TV or Hulu+ Live TV are some of the best on the market. Sling TV starts at $40/month based on your chosen channel package. Live TV through Hulu is about $69 for its ad-supported plan. If your senior is a Disney or sports fan, there is also an option that combines ESPN, Disney+, and Hulu + Live TV with ads for only $1 more!
  • With an Amazon Prime Video subscription, your senior would experience many TV shows, movies, and documentaries. It may be the perfect choice if they are interested in originals that are only produced and released by this service. You don't have to pay for all the Amazon Prime benefits with delivery service. They sell an Amazon Prime Video for only $8.99/month.
  • Netflix is another great option for seniors that already have live TV or won't miss it. Netflix continuously rotates its library of shows and movies, consistently casts award-winning actors and adds family favorites. Their cheapest package with ads is about $7/month, but the high-definition package is $15.49/month.
  • One of the newest services is Paramount+, which includes CBS shows and live sports as well as movies, family shows, news, and cartoons. It's the home of the original show: Yellowstone.
  • Peacock is also famous for its various genres and the lowest price point.
  • Is your senior a Disney, Star Wars, or Marvel fan? Disney+ has all their favorites, and their library even includes National Geographic and Pixar content!
Of course, this list is incomplete; there are still dozens more services to consider if none seem intriguing. HBOMax streams many classic movies and television shows if your senior would rather reminisce than watch new, original shows!

Whether it's a new TV show or a good lunch, seniors at Evergreen Senior Living in Decatur always have something to smile about. To learn more, contact us so we can answer any of your questions!

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