Everything you need to know about ACORN TV streaming


This article will focus on one of the British streaming services called ACORN TV. It will cover all the information that I think is important for basic cutters, such as prices, available platforms, available features, and especially its content.
ACORN TV was launched in 1994. It is a company that has existed for decades. It has stood the test of time and started with VHS tapes. It then expanded its activities to Blu-ray DVD. It followed market trends and reached a million subscribers mark in 2020. It is a niche streaming service. ACORN TV is only for UK content. This is where the niche streaming service comes in. There will be no local channels, no premium channels like HBO, STARS, ESPN, or SEC.


In terms of pricing, you can pay either $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year. The structure is not a bad deal, because when it comes to reducing legal fees, the big advantage for people is the ability to cancel when you want or subscribe to whatever you want. You can also subscribe to ACORN through the Amazon Prime video service for $4.99 per month. However, when you subscribe to a channel on Amazon Prime video, you can only watch it on that platform. So if you want to watch it, you won’t be able to watch it from any device. I recommend that you subscribe directly from their website.


Now let’s talk about availability. Of course, they are available on the web version. So, from any device (your tablet, cell phone, desktop, and laptop), you can go to acorntv.com and watch the content. You can also access it from applications available on Roku, Android, Google Chromecast, or Fire TV Sticks devices.
ACORN TV is available in North America, the United States, Canada, Oceania, Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, South Africa, Sweden, and Norway. They are available almost everywhere.


They have foreign language documentaries, comedies, mysteries, dramas and they even have originals like MANHUNT, AGATHA RAISING, and FOLEY’S WAR. So just by looking at this platform, you know you can understand why it is partly popular because some of our biggest film stars come from this part of the world (UK, Ireland). For example, Liam Neeson, Ben Kingsley, Tom Huddleston, Anthony Hopkins, Sean Connery, and many others. I mean, some of our greatest actors come from that part of the world. So it makes sense that this streaming service has stood the test of time.