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A new Hallmark+ Streaming Service Is Coming Later This Year


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A Hallmark+ streaming service is coming later this year, offering fans of the network a way to access more Hallmark Channel content without the need for a live TV package.

While Hallmark already offers a Hallmark Movies Now streaming platform, Hallmark Movies Now will be rebranded and replaced with the new Hallmark+ service in September, according to Variety. This won’t be a simple rebrand, however, as the new Hallmark+ service will be far more inclusive, providing access to a wider range of Hallmark content, including new original series.

Price will also be another difference. The new Hallmark+ streaming service will be priced at $7.99 a month, which is $2 more a month than the current price of Hallmark Movies Now. Subscribers will also have the opportunity to sign up on an annual basis at $79.99 a year, $20 more than the current cost of the Hallmark Movies Now annual plan.

These prices relate to an ad-free streaming service, with no word on whether an ad-supported subscription option will become available at a later time.

In addition to access to the streaming service, it also looks like subscribers will get access to additional perks and benefits, including coupons, gift cards, and more.

John Finn


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