Hooq is the streaming service with an Asian TV content focus

Watch out Netflix, here comes Hooq

If your TV taste has always been more Bollywood than Hollywood, Hooq is the streaming service you’ve been waiting for.

The start-up is a partnership forged between Singtel, Sony Pictures Television and Warner Brothers. The line-up features over 20,000 titles currently including TV series like Supergirl and Lucifer, and more with categories spanning everything from Bollywood movies to Tamil favourites. If you like watching Indonesian, Filipino, and Indian content, this is where Hooq’s strength lies from partnering with studios from around the region.

You can also make sure you have content to distract the younglings in your household with; Dora the Explorer, My Little Pony, Mr. Bean and more are available. 

The difference is you can download shows to watch on the go so your mobile data stays untouched. And even if your trial period ends, you can continue watching the pilot episodes of all TV shows as long as you’re a registered user.

Monthly subscription starts from S$8.98 a month, compared to Netflix’s S$10.98. It can stream on two devices simultaneously and connect up to five.

You can download the Hooq app on iOS or Android. Hop over to their site to sign up for your one week trial. If you binge-watch fast enough, seven days are all you need.