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ScreenGeek Offering Free Year-Long Subscription To Streaming Service Of Your Choice

‘Tis the season to binge-watch a whole lot of TV — and ScreenGeek is giving you the chance to keep that going into the new year by winning a year’s subscription to the streaming service of your choice.

Yes, really. So, whether you’re looking forward to catching up with Grogu and The Mandalorian on Disney Plus, want to catch up with Marvel’s M.O.D.O.K. on Hulu or you want to see what Netflix’s The Umbrella Academy has in store for season three or Stranger Things has planned for season four, you’re in luck.

And it couldn’t be easier to be in with a chance to win. All you have to go is follow us on Twitter and retweet the following tweet linked below. If you win, you’ll get the chance to pick which streaming service you want a year’s subscription of.


And it looks like there’s going to be a lot to look forward to on the streaming services over the next 12 months. Disney’s recent 2020 Investor Day announcements share a number of new projects fans will be keeping an eye on in 2021 — and beyond. Some of the new projects on the way include a number of new Star Wars projects, as well as the first glimpses at Loki and The Falcon And The Winter Soldier

Meanwhile, Netflix users are keeping their fingers crossed that season four of Strangers Things – which was delayed due to the pandemic – will be landing next year. Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness is also expected to land on the streamer in 2021, just like Gremlins: Secrets Of The Mogwai. HBO Max, meanwhile, recently revealed their first look at a number of highly anticipated shows — including The Nevers, Mare of Easttown,  Gossip Girl reboot. Oh, and Zack Snyder’s Justice League Cut, too — which is set to be released in March 2021.

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