The era of streaming comes to Black Friday.

In an attempt to take advantage of subscription numbers, some streaming services are giving away deals that include heavily discounted (or sometimes totally free) months.

The best of the bunch might be Hulu, which offers new subscribers a full year for 99 cents a month (normal plans cost around $ 7 a month). For a full year, that would represent a $ 72 price knockoff.

Growth on Hulu has slowed a bit, as have all of Disney’s streaming services. Hulu has about 44 million subscribers, including those who purchase its live TV service, which will include access to Disney + and ESPN + starting next month.

NBCUniversal offers six months of Peacock Premium for half off; its normal price is $ 4.99 per month. According to the latest figures available, Peacock has more than 50 million records, including those who watch Peacock on its free tier. During its most recent earnings report, NBCU executives declined to give any kind of update on subscriptions.

ViacomCBS offers one month of the Paramount + Premium Plan (normally $ 9.99) for free. ViacomCBS has 47 million subscribers across all of its streaming services, including Showtime and BET +, with the first of 14 “South Park” specials premiering tomorrow.

Among other Black Friday deals, Starz offers six months for $ 20 (typically $ 43.99), Discovery offers Discovery + for 99 cents a month for three months (typically $ 4.99), and AMC offers AMC + for $ 1.99 per month for a year (this is normally $ 8.99).

Amazon, which recently removed HBO Max from its Prime Video Channels, is offering two months of a list of 16 streaming services for $ 0.99 a month, including AllBlk, AMC +, Lifetime Movie Club, Noggin, Paramount +, and PBS Kids.

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