How does CuriosityStream work?

Free Trial Membership

When you take advantage of our 7 day free trial you are able to immerse yourself in your documentary adventure!  You'll be able to instantly watch choice documentaries and series without commercial interruptions at anytime over the Internet on multiple enabled devices, such as smartphones, computers, tablets and TVs.

If you enjoy your CuriosityStream trial, then do nothing at the end of your trial and your membership will automatically continue for as long as you choose to remain a member. CuriosityStream membership is a subscription which begins at sign-up. You may easily cancel anytime, online, 24 hours a day. There are no long-term contracts or cancellation fees. Just sign up to get started!

Billing

You'll be billed based on the plan selected at sign up.  Membership fees are billed at the start of each period and may take a few days after the billing date to appear on your account. If you would like to know more about your billing history, visit Your Account page. Under the Payment Information Section, select "View billing history" or by clicking here.

Watching CuriosityStream

You can watch instantly from any Internet-connected device that offers a CuriosityStream application.  Search for our application on Internet-connected devices by looking for our distinctive gold Y icon and downloading our free applications.  You must sign in with your email and password to view programming via these free apps.

CuriosityStream Worldwide Availability

While CuriosityStream is a worldwide service, accessible over any supported Internet-connected devices – the availability of our content varies according to geographical locations and licensing agreements with our partners.

Original productions from Curiosity Studios, such as Destination Pluto, A Curious World, Curious Minds, and the 4K production Big Picture Earth – are available worldwide. Acquired content (from BBC, NHK, TerraNoa, ZED etc.), such as the feature documentaries and series may be subjected to geo-blocking.

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