People.com Entertainment TV This Under-the-Radar Streaming Service Is the Cheapest Option for Cord-Cutters And it just added Starz to its lineup By Nina Huang Nina Huang Nina Huang is a lifestyle writer focusing on beauty, fashion, entertainment, home, and food. You'll find her work on People, InStyle, Real Simple, Entertainment Weekly, Travel + Leisure, Food & Wine, and other Meredith publications. People Editorial Guidelines Published on June 23, 2020 05:04 PM Share Tweet Pin Email We independently research, test, review, and recommend the best products—learn more about our process. If you buy something through our links, we may earn a commission. Photo: Philo As more and more streaming services like HBO Max and the upcoming NBC Peacock enter the so-called “streaming wars,” cable streaming remains a somewhat less populous field with a limited amount of options for cord-cutters. Most platforms remain on the pricier side (such as Hulu’s $55-per-month option), so it’s all the more important for viewers to look for affordable, easy-to-use services that won’t break the bank. One of them is Philo, a relatively under-the-radar service that includes popular channels such as BBC America, AMC, Comedy Central, and Hallmark. It’s currently the cheapest option for cord-cutters at just $20 per month, and includes a seven-day free trial for those who want to try before committing. Philo Stream It! Philo, 7-Day Free Trial then $20 per month; philo.com While Philo’s content library might not be as all-encompassing as pricier options, it does include cult-favorite programs such as Killing Eve, Better Call Saul, Awkwafina Is Nora From Queens, and Lifetime and the Hallmark Channel’s much-loved romantic comedies. The streaming service also recently announced that it’s adding Starz and Epix to its lineup at an extra $3 for the first three months, then $6 per month after. With the Starz and Epix add-ons, subscribers can watch cult-favorite dramas such as Outlander and Belgravia for a low cost. Adding the premium brands to Philo’s service has been “consistently requested by our subscribers,” according to Philo COO and Head of Content Acquisition Mike Keyserling in a press release. Chicago Fire's Monica Raymund Is Determined to Solve a Murder in Dark New Starz Series Hightown Viewers can sign up to watch Starz and Epix at Philo now through a seven-day free trial. With streaming TV being one of the best ways to stay entertained indoors, Philo is another platform to put on your radar. Do you love a good deal? Sign up for PEOPLE's Shopping newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest sales, plus celebrity fashion, home decor and more.