9 Reasons You Need BritBox, Especially If You're a Doctor Who Fan

TVGuide.com | 4/19/2019 | Kaitlin Thomas
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We know you're tired of hearing about all the different streaming services you absolutely must subscribe to — especially in the wake of the news that Disney and Apple will both be launching their new services this fall. But we have one more streaming service we'd really like you to consider subscribing to this year: BritBox.

From BBC Studios and ITV, BritBox is just $6.99 per month (or $69.99 per year) and offers its subscribers access to the best in British programming, which means you no longer have to dig through Netflix and Hulu and Amazon to find your favorite British programs under all the American shows that are constantly being thrust in front of your eyeballs. The BritBox library has everything from your favorite sitcoms and classic sci-fi programs to irresistible crime dramas. And in the case of ongoing series, you can often see the new episodes not long after they air in the U.K. So as you debate cutting the cord and shelling out money for various streaming services, please consider these nine good reasons to look into subscribing to BritBox in 2019.

Poirot - Staple - Television - Diet - Anything

Poirot is a staple of any good television diet, and not just for those of us who gobble up anything related to Agatha Christie's work and/or every British mystery series we can get our hands on. Everyone would be better off having watched this classic series, which stars David Suchet as the titular detective and which eventually adapted every major work featuring the character. Thankfully, BritBox is home to seven of the show's 13 seasons that were produced over 25 years; you can binge the first six seasons of the series (covering 1989-1995), as well as the more recent final season, which aired in 2013 and is listed under the title Poirot's Final Cases.

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