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In 1993, The Nightmare Before Christmas was released giving audiences a Halloween/Christmas mash-up they’d never forget. Directed by Henry Selick and produced and conceived by Tim Burton, the movie tells the story of Jack Skellington, the King of Halloween Town, who stumbles through a portal to Christmas Town. He decides to take over the holiday and introduce it to his creepy companions, but things don’t go exactly as planned.

The project originated in the form of a poem written by Burton in 1982 while working as an animator at Walt Disney Feature Animation. Years later, it began to take shape as a feature with Danny Elfman taking charge of the songs and score, while also providing the singing voice of Jack. Additional voice actors joined the movie including Chris Sarandon, Catherine O’Hara, William Hickey, Ken Page, Paul Reubens, Glenn Shadix, and Ed Ivory.

With all that in-mind, here’s exactly how you can stream The Nightmare on Christmas and everything you might want to know about the film, it’s box office success, critical reception, and more!

How to Stream ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ – Exclusively on Disney+

The Nightmare Before Christmas is one of the classic 90s Disney movies that will be streaming exclusively on Disney’s new subscription streaming service, Disney+.

You can sign up for a 7-day free trial of Disney+ HERE, which will allow you to stream The Nightmare Before Christmas and hundreds of other movies and shows on your computer, phone, tablet, smart TV or streaming device. If you extend past the free trial, the service costs $6.99/month. You may also opt for this discount bundle of Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ for $12.99/month.

  1. 1. Sign up for Disney+ here
  2. 2. Go to Disneyplus.com or download the Disney+ app on your device
  3. 3. Log in using your information
  4. 4. Search for “Nightmare Before”
  5. 5. Start streaming

Disney+ also boasts a vast library of Disney-owned movies and series — plus several new original series coming soon. The service includes unlimited downloads so you can watch offline whenever and wherever you want. The list of compatible devices and smart TVs includes iPadsApple TV, Amazon devices, Amazon Fire TV, Android, Chromecast, RokuPS4, and Xbox One.

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‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’: Overview

Release Date: October 29, 1993
Creators: Directed by Henry Selick, Produced and created by Tim Burton, Screenplay by Caroline Thompson
Starring: Danny Elfman, Chris Sarandon, Catherine O’Hara, William Hickey, Ken Page, Paul Reubens, Glenn Shadix, and Ed Ivory.
Rating: PG
Synopsis: Jack Skellington, King of Halloween Town, discovers Christmas Town, but his attempts to bring Christmas to his home cause confusion.


How Long Is ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’?

The Nightmare Before Christmas has a runtime of 76 minutes.


‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ Plot

Halloween Town is a world filled with monsters, ghosts, goblins, vampires, werewolves, witches, mummies, and more. The leader of the town is Jack Skellington, the Pumpkin King, who leads them through their annual Halloween celebrations year after year. Jack has grown very tired of the same routine and longs for something new to shake up his world. Wandering in the woods one morning, he finds a portal to Christmas Town, an unfamiliar holiday that sparks his interest. He returns to Halloween Town to present his findings, but his constituents fail to grasp the concept of Christmas although they are drawn to one particular character they call “Sandy Claws.” Jack makes the executive decision that he and the citizens of Halloween Town will take over Christmas this year.

Jack assigns his to-do list to the citizens of Halloween Town, including singing carols, making presents, and building a sleigh to be pulled by skeletal reindeer. Sally, a ragdoll secretly in love with Jack, worries that Jacks’s efforts will lead to disaster, but he continues forth anyways, ordering trick-or-treating punks Lock, Shock, and Barrel to kidnap Santa Claus and bring him back to Halloween Town. Unbeknownst to Jack, the kids deliver Santa to Oogie Boogie, a dangerous gambling-addicted boogeyman who winds up capturing Sally as well.

Jack heads out on Christmas Eve but his Halloween-styled gifts terrify and attack the citizens of Christmas Town. The military shoots him out of the sky as Jack laments the disaster he has made. Now, Jack must save Santa and Sally from Oogie Boogie’s clutches. Once rescued, Santa returns to his Town to save Christmas for his people, while the folks of Halloween Town celebrate Jack’s return as he realizes he should appreciate what he has.


‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ Cast

Chris Sarandon and Danny Elfman as Jack Skellington

Two different voice actors help bring Jack Skellington to life. Sarandon handles Jack’s speaking voice, while Elfman handles all of the singing duties. Elfman also voices Barrel, one of the trick-or-treaters working for Oogie Boogie in addition to Clown with the Tear-Away Face, the clown who rides a unicycle.

Catherine O’Hara as Sally

Sally is a ragdoll creation of the mad Doctor Finklestein and the growing love interest of Jack. She’s also psychic and has premonitions when anything bad is about to happen. O’Hara previously co-starred in another one of Burton’s productions: 1988’s Beetlejuice. She can now be seen in the Canadian comedy Schitt’s Creek.

William Hickey as Doctor Finklestein

Doctor Finklestein is a mad scientist and the creator of Sally. In the film’s official credits he’s listed only as “Evil Scientist”; he’s only mentioned by name once in the movie.

Glenn Shadix as Mayor of Halloween Town

The Mayor conducts most of the meetings in Halloween Town. His mood swings from happy to distraught as his head spins between a happy and sad face. (He’s literally a two-faced politician.) Shadix also co-starred in Burton’s Beetlejuice alongside O’Hara.

Ken Page as Oogie Boogie

Oogie Boogie is the villainous boogeyman in Halloween Town who has a passion for gambling. Four years before Nightmare, Page voiced King Gator in All Dogs Go To Heaven.

Ed Ivory as Santa Claus

Santa Claus is the leader of Christmas Town who is kidnapped by Lock, Shock, and Barrel. In addition to playing Santa, Ivory does the brief narration at the start of the movie.

Paul Reubens as Lock

Reubens voices Lock, one of the trick-or-treaters working for Oogie Boogie. Reubens, famously known as Pee-wee Herman, has also previously worked with Burton on Pee-wee’s Big Adventure (1985) and Batman Returns (1992).


‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ Songs and Soundtrack

A fun fact about the movie and its soundtrack is that Patrick Stewart (Star Trek) originally recorded narration for the film’s prologue and epilogue. While his narration was eventually cut in the editing room and not used in the movie, his voiceovers are included on the soundtrack album.

The tracklist for The Nightmare Before Christmas soundtrack is as follows:

1. “Overture (score)”
2. “Opening”
3. “This Is Halloween”
4. “Jack’s Lament”
5. “Doctor Finklestein/In the Forest (score)”
6. “What’s This?”
7. “Town Meeting Song”
8. “Jack and Sally Montage (score)”
9. “Jack’s Obsession”
10. “Kidnap the Sandy Claws”
11. “Making Christmas”
12. “Nabbed (score)”
13. “Oogie Boogie’s Song”
14. “Sally’s Song”
15. “Christmas Eve Montage (score)”
16. “Poor Jack”
17. “To the Rescue (score)”
18. “Finale/Reprise”
19. “Closing”
20. “End Title (score)”

The soundtrack also received a special edition release when the movie was re-released in 3-D in 2006. The new version included a bonus disc that contained covers of five of the film’s songs by popular artists such as Fall Out Boy, Panic! at the Disco, Marilyn Manson, Fiona Apple, and, She Wants Revenge.

In 2008, another version was released called Nightmare Revisited, which included all covers by popular artists. Marilyn Manson’s “This Is Halloween” carried over from the 2006 re-release. Other artists like Flyleaf, The All-American Rejects, The Polyphonic Spree, Korn, Rise Against, Amy Lee, Datarock, Shiny Toy Guns, and more contributed covers of Nightmare classics.


‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ at the Box Office

The Nightmare Before Christmas earned $75,082,668 worldwide according to Box Office Mojo. It had an overall ranking of 27 for the year it came out. Its rank for PG movies alone was 10.


‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ Reviews – What the Critics Said

The Nightmare Before Christmas holds a 95% Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The site wrote, “The Nightmare Before Christmas is a stunningly original and visually delightful work of stop-motion animation.”

Unsurprisingly, the movie was praised for its stop-motion animation, originality, music, and message. Kenneth Turan of the Los Angeles Times wrote, “Part avant-garde art film, part amusing but morbid fairy tale, it is a delightfully ghoulish holiday musical that displays more inventiveness in its brief 75 minutes than some studios can manage in an entire year.”

Anthony Lane of The New Yorker praised its animation style and “magic-toy shop feeling,” while Desmond Ryan of the Philadelphia Inquirer wrote about Burton’s creativity. “Burton, the man who gave us Batman, Beetlejuice and Edward Scissorhands, is incapable of a conventional idea. His take on the holiday fairy tale is delightfully off the wall.”

Other critics give the film credit for standing apart from the CGI-crowd, while also name-dropping Edward Scissorhands and Beetlejuice as other products of Burton’s out-of-the-box creative process.


‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ Trailer

The description for the official trailer (below) reads: “Jack Skellington, king of Halloweentown, discovers Christmas Town, but doesn’t quite understand the concept.”

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‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ Trivia: 5 Fast Facts

1. ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ Took 3 Years To Make Despite Its Short Runtime

Due to the challenges of stop-motion production, director Henry Selick began filming before the script was even finalized. After Elfman was finished composing and mastering most of the film’s songs, Slick along with his team of 13 animators and army of set builders, prop makers, and camera operators got to it. They began with the discovery of Christmas Town that goes with the song “What’s This?” Since they were shooting 24 frames per second, animators had to create unique images and movements for 110,000 frames total. In fact, one minute of film footage took a week to shoot, making the total production stretch to nearly three years. Selick utilized 20 sound stages and 230 model sets. Jack Skellington had over 400 heads alone to convey all of his various emotions.

2. Disney Wanted Burton and Selick To Give Jack Skellington Eyes

Originally, Disney thought Nightmare was too off-brand. To help round out the image of the film, Walt Disney Studios gave some serious studio notes, one of which was the insistence that Skellington has his empty sockets replaced with a pair of friendly eyes. Selick and Burton refused despite the fact that most animation and puppet-creations use eyes as a way to connect to audiences. That said, the creators were right and ultimately proved that Skellington could connect to kids and adults without them.

3. The Role of Santa Claus Almost Went To Vincent Price

Having previously worked with Burton on Edward Scissorhands and Vincent, Vincent Price was the original choice to voice Santa Claus in the film. The “Sandy Claws” character is supposed to be light and flustered as he’s kidnapped by trick-or-treater brats Lock, Shock, and Barrel. However, the death of Price’s wife Coral Browne in 1991 changed things. In the commentary track for the film, Selick explained that the actor was so grief-stricken that the director felt he sounded too sad for Santa. There are also reports that the actor’s health had declined after his wife’s passing and that his voice sounded frail and weak. Edward Ivory was brought in as a replacement.

4. Like Many Other Disney Films, ‘Nightmare’ Has Hidden Mickeys

According to the film’s commentary track, Disney was reluctant to let Selick and Burton include a hidden Mickey in the form of a menacing toy. According to Mental Floss, in the scene where Jack’s Christmas gifts attack, there’s a flying stuffed animal with a sharp-toothed grin that’s meant to be the Burton version of Mickey Mouse. Also, the little girl it attacks is wearing a Mickey print nightgown, while her brother’s pajamas are covered in Donald Duck’s face.

5. Burton Protected the Series From A CGI Sequel

Disney has a history of success with straight-to-DVD sequels of their hits, but Burton has no interest in making The Nightmare Before Christmas 2. He told MTV, “I was always very protective of [Nightmare Before Christmas], not to do sequels or things of that kind. You know, ‘Jack visits Thanksgiving world’ or other kinds of things, just because I felt the movie had a purity to it and the people that like it. Because it’s not a mass-market kind of thing, it was important to kind of keep that purity of it. I try to respect people and keep the purity of the project as much as possible.”

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If you’re sick of all of the sitcoms and dramas that you’ll find on Netflix and Hulu, and have no interest in the type of content that Disney Plus offers, chances are that you’re looking for a streaming service that does things a bit differently. That’s where Curiosity Stream comes in.

Curiosity Stream is available now for streaming on many of your favorite devices and platforms. And, for many of us, that means we’re planning to add Curiosity Stream to our Roku devices.

Is Curiosity Stream Available on Roku Devices?

Yes, Curiosity Stream is available on Roku devices, as well as your Xbox One, PS4, Android, Firestick, Apple TV, and more. And, luckily, there were no hiccups with the app’s launch, and if you’ve purchased your Roku device in the last few years, you’ll have no problem adding the Curiosity Stream channel to your device.

But if you’re trying to figure out exactly how to download Curiosity Stream on your Roku device, here’s how to do it:

  1. 1. Sign up for Curiosity Stream here
  2. 2. Boot up your Roku Device
  3. 3. Navigate to your Roku Home Screen
  4. 4. Scroll down and select Streaming Channels on the left side of the screen
  5. 5. Select Search Channels in the menu on the left side of the screen
  6. 6. Enter ‘Curiosity Stream’
  7. 7. Select Curiosity Stream
  8. 8. Select Add Channel at the top of your screen
  9. 9. Select the App on the Roku Home Screen
  10. 10. Log in with your Curiosity Stream credentials
  11. 11. Find whatever you want to watch
  12. 12. Select Play

If you’ve followed the above steps precisely, a window will pop up on your screen that says “Channel added – ‘Curiosity Stream’ has been added to the end of ‘Home’.

Of course, you can totally move Curiosity Stream from the bottom of the Home screen to the top by highlighting it and pressing the * key. If you do this, you’ll see the Curiosity Stream app right at the top of your screen when you first turn on your Roku device. That will make it easier for you to watch when booting up your Roku device.


Curiosity Stream Supported Roku Devices

Not sure if your Roku device will have Curiosity Stream available at launch? Here’s every Roku model that will have Curiosity Stream:

  • Roku Express, Roku Express+, Roku Premiere, Roku Streaming Stick+, Roku Ultra
  • Roku 4: 4670X, 4662X, 4661X, 4660X, 4640X, 4630X, 4620X, 4400X, 4230X, 4210X, 4200X
  • Roku 3: 3931X, 3930X, 3921X, 3920X, 3910X, 3900X, 3811X, 3810X, 3800X, 3710X, 3700X, 3600X, 3500X
  • Roku 2: 2720X, 2710X, 2700X
  • All Roku TVs

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So, it’s safe to say that if you’ve purchased a new Roku in the last six years, you’ll be able to download Curiosity Stream on your device. However, those of you who are still rocking a Roku 1 might want to think about upgrading.

I’ll also note that you need to have version 8.1 or higher in order to be able to install Curiosity Stream. So, if your device is no longer receiving Roku OS updates, you’ll definitely need to grab a newer Roku or pick up any of the other Curiosity Stream-ready devices.


Will Curiosity Stream Work on Roku Express?

Yes, Curiosity Stream will work on Roku Express as well as Roku Express+, despite not being listed on Curiosity Stream’s official FAQ section.


Watch Curiosity Stream in 4K on Roku

Not all Roku devices support 4K streaming, so if you’re planning on streaming Curiosity Stream in 4K with your Roku, you’ll need one of the following devices:

  • Roku 4
  • Roku Premiere
  • Roku Premiere+
  • Roku Ultra

Any of the older devices will not allow you to stream in 4K, limiting you to a max 1080p, unfortunately. But, if you have any of Roku device that supports 4K, then yes, you can stream Curiosity Stream in 4K on Roku.


Roku Devices That Won’t Work with Curiosity Stream

Any generation 1 Roku devices will not work with Curiosity Stream.


How Much Is Curiosity Stream Cost On Roku?

Like the majority of Roku apps available, Curiosity Stream is free to download. However, you’ll need to purchase a Curiosity Stream subscription for either.

There are 4 different subscription options for Curiosity Stream, so it’s super flexible and can be adjusted to your budget.

Here are the 4 tiers:

  • HD Monthly for just $2.99/month.
  • HD Annual for $19.99/year (most popular/best value).
  • 4K Monthly for $9.99/month.
  • 4K Annual $69.99/year (best price for the best picture quality).

After you’ve subscribed to Curiosity Stream, you’ll then use your credentials to log into the Curiosity Stream Roku app on your device to start streaming.


What Shows Are on Curiosity Stream?

If you’ve got a need to learn something new, there are plenty of great options on Curiosity Stream. Here are just a few highlights available now:


What to Do If Curiosity Stream Is Not Working On Your Roku?

If Curiosity Stream isn’t working on your Roku device, there are a few things you can try.

The most likely culprit for Curiosity Stream not working on Roku devices is a slow internet connection. You need at least a 5Mbps connection to stream in the lowest resolution, and 15Mbps for 4K. But if your device isn’t getting those speeds, there are a couple of things I would try first.

  1. Restart your router and unplug your Roku device.
  2. Wait 30 seconds.
  3. Plug your Roku device back in.

This will help restart your device’s TCP/IP and internet connection settings so that you have the best chance of getting the best speeds.

If that doesn’t work and you’re still getting slow speeds, it could be due to a crowded network or downloads on other devices. For example, if you’re downloading a game update on STEAM on your PC, any game consoles, or someone else in your home is streaming a movie while you’re trying to watch CuriosityStream, it could cause your Roku to not have the required speed juice it needs to work properly. To most easily rectify the problem, turn off the internet connection on those devices and see if this helps CuriosityStream work again.

Something else you can try if your device is still not working after fixing your internet connection is to ensure you have the latest Roku software on your device. If you don’t, you need to update your device to the latest software for best results.

To do so, go Roku Home>scroll to Settings>Select System>Select System Update>Select Check Now. If Roku finds any new software available or channel updates available, it will download them and install them automatically.


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If you’re sick of all of the sitcoms and dramas that you’ll find on Netflix and Hulu, and have no interest in the type of content that Disney Plus offers, chances are that you’re looking for a streaming service that does things a bit differently. That’s where Curiosity Stream comes in.

Curiosity Stream is available now for streaming on many of your favorite devices and platforms. And, for many of us, that means we’re planning to add Curiosity Stream to our Fire Stick or another Fire device.

Can You Watch Curiosity Stream on a Firestick?

Luckily, yes, Curiosity Stream is available on Amazon devices, which includes the Amazon Fire Stick.

It will also be available on your Xbox One, Roku Devices, PC, PS4, Mac, Android, iOS, Chromecast, and more.

How to Install Curiosity Stream on Your Firestick

But if you’re trying to figure out exactly how to watch Curiosity Stream on Firestick, here’s exactly how to hook it up for your Amazon Fire Stick device:

  1. 1. Sign up for Curiosity Stream here
  2. 2. From the Main Screen, select Search.
  3. 3. Type ‘Curiosity’ into the search box
  4. 4. Select Curiosity Stream
  5. 5. Select Download/Free
  6. 6. After the Curiosity Stream app downloads, select the Open button
  7. 7. Sign In
  8. 8. Enter your Curiosity Stream account information (email address and password)
  9. 9. Browse to whatever show/documentary you want to watch and select play.

If you’ve followed the above steps precisely, congrats—you’re streaming CuriosityStream on Fire Stick right now!

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How to Watch Curiosity Stream in 4K on Fire TV

Not all Fire TV devices support 4K streaming, so if you’re planning on streaming Curiosity Stream in 4K with your Fire device, you’ll need one of the following devices:

  • Fire TV Stick 4K
  • Fire TV 2nd Generation and Up
  • Fire TV Cube

Any of the older devices will not allow you to stream in 4K, limiting you to a max 1080p. But if you’ve purchased a brand new fire TV stick in 2015 or beyond, chances are that your device will support Curiosity Stream in 4K.

Internet Speed Requirements for 4K

If you’re planning to stream Curiosity Stream in glorious 4K resolution, you’re going to need an internet connection of at least 25 Mbps (megabits per second). If you’re not sure exactly what internet speed you currently have, head on over to speedtest.net, run the test, and take a look at the first number that pops out (your download speed). If that number reads 25 Mbps or above, you’re good to go for 4K streaming. If it’s slightly lower, you should try to stream Curiosity Stream in 4K to see if it works. And, if it’s anything below 15 Mbps, you’ll need to call up your internet provider and see if there’s an upgrade available.

In my personal experience, Curiosity Stream works flawlessly on Fire devices, and since its U.S. launch, I have yet to experience any hiccups with the app.


How Much Is Curiosity Stream Cost On Fire Stick?

Like the majority of Fire TV apps available, Curiosity Stream is free to download. However, you’ll need to purchase a Curiosity Stream subscription for either.

There are 4 different subscription options for CuriosityStream, so it’s super flexible and can be adjusted to your budget.

Here are the 4 tiers:

  • HD Monthly for just $2.99/month.
  • HD Annual for $19.99/year (most popular/best value).
  • 4K Monthly for $9.99/month.
  • 4K Annual $69.99/year (best price for the best picture quality).

After you’ve subscribed to Curiosity Stream, you’ll then use your credentials to log into the Curiosity Stream Fire app on your device to start streaming.


What Shows Are on Curiosity Stream?

If you’ve got a need to learn something new, there are plenty of great options on Curiosity Stream. Here are just a few highlights available now:


What to Do If Curiosity Stream Is Not Working On Your Firestick?

If Curiosity Stream isn’t working on your Firestick, there are a few things you can try.

The most likely culprit for Curiosity Stream not working on Firesticks is a slow internet connection. You need at least a 5Mbps connection to stream in the lowest resolution, and 15Mbps for 4K. But if your device isn’t getting those speeds, there are a couple of things I would try first.

  1. Restart your router and unplug your Firestick.
  2. Wait 30 seconds.
  3. Plug your Firestick back in.

This will help restart your device’s TCP/IP and internet connection settings so that you have the best chance of getting the best speeds.

If that doesn’t work and you’re still getting slow speeds, it could be due to a crowded network or downloads on other devices. For example, if you’re downloading a game update on STEAM on your PC, any game consoles, or someone else in your home is streaming a movie while you’re trying to watch Curiosity Stream, it could cause your device to not have the required speed juice it needs to work properly. To most easily rectify the problem, turn off the internet connection on those devices, and see if this helps Curiosity Stream work again.

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If you’re sick of all of the sitcoms and dramas that you’ll find on Netflix and Hulu, and have no interest in the type of content that Disney Plus offers, chances are that you’re looking for a streaming service that does things a bit differently. That’s where Curiosity Stream comes in.

Curiosity Stream is available now for streaming on many of your favorite devices and platforms. And, for many of us, that means we’re planning to add Curiosity Stream to our Xbox One or Xbox Series X.

Is Curiosity Stream on Xbox One?

Curiosity Stream has been available on the Xbox One since the streaming service’s launch, as well as your PS4, Roku Devices, PC, Mac, Android, iOS, Chromecast, and more.

But if you’re trying to figure out exactly how to stream Curiosity Stream on your Xbox One, here’s how to do it:

  1. 1. Sign up for Curiosity Stream here
  2. 2. Turn on Your Xbox One
  3. 3. Sign into your Xbox Live Profile
  4. 4. From your Xbox Home Screen, hit the Y Button to bring up Search
  5. 5. Type in ‘Curiosity Stream’
  6. 6. Hit the A Button to go to CuriosityStream on the Microsoft Store
  7. 7. A buzz video/trailer will start auto-playing. Ignore it and hit down on your left thumbstick
  8. 8. Select GET and push the A Button (Curiosity Stream will begin downloading)
  9. 9. When the download is done, you’ll get an Xbox notification at the bottom of your screen. When that happens, hold the middle Xbox button on your controller to open the app.
  10. 10. Sign in to Curiosity Stream using your credentials
  11. 11. Browse to a show or movie, and hit the A Button to play.

If done correctly, congrats— you should be streaming Curiosity Stream on your Xbox One right now.

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How Much Is Curiosity Stream Cost On Xbox?

Like the majority of Xbox One streaming apps available, CuriosityStream is free to download. However, you’ll need to purchase a Curiosity Stream subscription for either.

There are 4 different subscription options for Curiosity Stream, so it’s super flexible and can be adjusted to your budget.

Here are the 4 tiers:

  • HD Monthly for just $2.99/month.
  • HD Annual for $19.99/year (most popular/best value).
  • 4K Monthly for $9.99/month.
  • 4K Annual $69.99/year (best price for the best picture quality).

After you’ve subscribed to Curiosity Stream, you’ll then use your credentials to log into the Curiosity Stream Xbox app on your device to start streaming.


What Shows Are on CuriosityStream?

If you’ve got a need to learn something new, there are plenty of great options on CuriosityStream. Here are just a few highlights available now:

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