This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Buzz·Posted on Jun 19, 2014Watched Everything On Netflix? Check Out These Ten Alternatives.Netflix isn't the only option out there for online streaming, maybe it's time to try something new....by mcdojoeCommunity ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Hulu Via hulu.com This service is U.S. only, but can be accessed through Hola as well. A free weeks trial of Hulu Plus, which afterwards turns into a $7.99 a month subscription, is available and means you don't have to sit through the adverts that play every 5 minutes when using the free version of Hulu. Although the site has a smaller library than Netflix, you can view TV shows, such as 'Family Guy' and 'The Daily Show', the day after they are aired, which is a definite advantage.Click here to visit. 2. EROS NOW Via erosnow.com Admittedly a fairly niche suggestion, but a lot of other sites, such as Netflix and Google Play, have an increasingly large collection of Bollywood films. The Netflix of Bollywood, EROS NOW has one of the biggest collections Bollywood films and music around. Oh, and it’s cheap. There is a free option with adverts but a monthly subscription of £5.99 means you get access to the full film library and this is reduced to £4.49 a month if you take out an annual subscription.Click here to visit. 3. Now TV Via nowtv.com Now TV, which is powered by Sky, has a good selection of films but an extra entertainment pass of £4.99 a month is required, on top of the costly £8.99 standard payment, to get access to premium shows such as 'Game of Thrones' and other HBO series.Click here to visit. 4. Blink Box Via blinkbox.com If a subscription service isn’t your bag though, there are alternatives. Blink Box, which is now a part of Tesco, offers a huge amount of films available to buy and rent, from between 99p to £10.99, and has probably the best selection of titles for a site of this kind.Click here to visit. 5. Amazon Prime Instant Video Via amazon.co.uk Amazon Prime Instant Video has a decent selection, but it is another pay per title affair, unless you already have an £79 a year Amazon Prime subscription, or its free trial, that allows you to stream.Click here to visit. 6. Apple iTunes Store Via apple.com Of course, the Apple iTunes Store has an impressive library, 45,000+ titles and 190,000 TV episodes to rent or buy from between 99p and £13.99. But, again, for a wider range of content you might have to transfer over to the US store.Click here to visit. 7. Film 4 OD Via film4od.film4.com Film 4 OD is another pay per title system but titles are only available to rent, with prices between 99p and £3.49. So in many ways it is similar to the iTunes store.Click here to visit. 8. Google play Via play.google.com There isn’t a huge selection of films to choose from but the quality of Google play’s TV selection is impressive with episodes of shows like ‘Game of Thrones’ costing £1.89, and films costing up to £9.99 to buy and £3.49 to rent.Click here to visit. 9. Curzon Home Cinema Via curzonhomecinema.com Curzon Home Cinema is a small but arty rental only site. With films such as ‘Nymphomaniac Parts 1 and 2’ available, sign up if you enjoy 214 minutes of freaky perversion.Click here to visit. 10. Mubi Via mubi.com There are 30 films on the site at a time with 1 new film per day. But at £2.99 a month, it is the cheapest out of all the streaming options and you get to discover some pretty arty stuff.Click here to visit.