Crown Media Family Networks, a subsidiary of Hallmark Cards and the owner of Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, will launch a subscription streaming service – Hallmark Movies Now – on October 3.
The service will cost $5.99 a month or $59.99 a year and offer between 800 and 1,000 hours of “family friendly” programming not available on Crown Media’s linear channels. New content is promised weekly.
Although Crown Media says Hallmark Movies Now will be “the company’s first subscription streaming service,” another streaming service, Feeln, is also a Hallmarks Card subsidiary. Founded in 2007, Feeln has produced over 100 original short films and programs. Feeln also offers movies (Mail Order Bride, Jesse Stones: Innocents Lost) series (Legacy, Ties That Bind) and titles from the Hallmark Hall of Fame franchise (Durango and The Magic of Ordinary Days.)
Feeln has two subscription options: a pay-as-you go $5.99 month plan; or a $35.99 annual membership paid upfront, which averages to $2.99 a month.
You can stream Feeln on a range of devices.
Visit Feeln for more information.
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