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Members get instant access to our library of shorts, documentaries, and series. Subscriptions directly give back to non-profits and filmmakers making a difference to preserve our natural world.

Supporting Primates

We ♥ Primates

In addition to streaming primate-focused content, EarthStream supports the filmmakers and non-profit organizations who work to protect primates around the world.

EarthStream supports non-profits who work with primates

Empowering Filmmakers

Featured Filmmakers

EarthStream features an eclectic mix of content from a variety of filmmakers around the world.

Filmmaker Gunjan Menon

Gunjan Menon

Gunjan Menon is an independent wildlife filmmaker and writer from India. She...
Filmmake Paula Kahumbu

Paula Kahumbu

Paula Kahumbu is a wildlife conservationist and Chief Executive Officer of...
Lion Ark director Tim Phillips looking through the camera

Tim Phillips

Director of the award-winning feature documentary Lion Ark, about the rescue...
Filmmaker Sonny DePasquale

Sonny DePasquale

Sonny DePasquale is the Founder & CEO of Emergent Productions, a...

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is EarthStream?
EarthStream is an eco-focused streaming service that offers an eclectic mix of documentaries, shorts and series on some of your favorite internet-connected devices. New content is added regularly, and you can watch as much as you want, whenever you want without a single commercial – all for one low monthly price.

Subscribe to EarthStream on behalf of a charity and we will donate 100% of the first month of your monthly subscription or $20 from an annual plan to the non-profit of your choice.

How much does EarthStream cost?
Watch EarthStream on your smartphone, tablet, laptop or TV using an Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV or Roku device, all for one fixed monthly fee. Subscriptions to EarthStream are available for $5.99 a month or $59.99 a year. No extra costs, no contracts.
Where can I watch?
Watch anywhere, anytime. Sign in with your EarthStream account to watch instantly on the web at earthstream.app from your personal computer or on any internet-connected device that offers the EarthStream app.

The EarthStream app is currently available for iOS, Apple TV, Android, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV and Roku. You can also download content to watch on your mobile apps while you're on the go and without an internet connection. Take EarthStream with you anywhere.

Can I watch without WiFi or cellular connectivity?

Yes, using the EarthStream iOS or Android apps you can download content to your mobile devices to watch when you won’t have WiFi or cellular connectivity.

How does my subscription support non-profits?
Select a non-profit when subscribing through our website and EarthStream will donate 100% of the first month of your monthly subscription or $20 from an annual plan. ​Stream content provided to our platform by non-profit organizations and they will earn additional revenue.

Plus, EarthStream also promotes the important work of non-profits by generating awareness of their work and fundraising efforts, as well as content creation.

How can I cancel my subscription?

Canceling your EarthStream is easy. There are no contracts and you may cancel at any time. Learn more.

Is EarthStream a non-profit?
EarthStream is not a non-profit organization and does not accept donations. Instead, our unique business model allows us to support the many non-profit organizations making a difference for our planet.
Does EarthStream offer free content?

Yes, select content throughout the platform is available to watch without a subscription in order to provide a preview of our library.

Does EarthStream create any of its own content?

EarthStream is working with content creators to co-own content that we will be coming out with in 2022. The content will take many forms from a reality show, shorts, and full-length documentaries.