If you’re looking for something new to binge-watch, Selena Gomez has you covered. Whether you want to catch her cook with a famous chef on HBO Max or prefer to take things way back to her days on DisneyChannel, there’s so much you can add to your queue.
Luckily, there’s no pressure to commit either. The majority of the following streaming platforms on this list have free trials that last up to three months, which is plenty of time to determine the service you want to go with. Scroll through and let the subscription sign-ups begin.
How to Stream Selena Gomez for Free
As for many of us, home-cooking has become the new norm for Gomez during quarantine. The only difference is that she has a squad of all-star chefs ready to help her navigate the kitchen. Watch her learn how to cook on Selena + Chef and there’s no doubt you’ll pick up some tricks along the way. Tune in today and you can enjoy the informative series at no cost for an entire week.
Deal Tip: If you want to keep streaming beyond the seven days, enter promo code SAVEFOR12 and you’ll only pay $11.99 per month, instead of the original $14.99 monthly charge.
Do you want to be one of the first to witness Gomez’s return to TV since Disney Channel? The answer is yes and thanks to Hulu, you can. It was recently announced that she was appearing alongside Steve Martin and Martin Short for the new series Only Murders in the Building. While an official premiere date has yet to be released, you don’t want to miss this.
Be ready, sign up now, and get one month of Hulu at no charge, courtesy of the platform’s free trial. Once the trial is over, plans start at $5.99 per month.
Deal Tip: Don’t pay twice. If you’re interested in Hulu and HBO Max, you can actually get both for the monthly sale price of $11.99. $6 extra dollars each month seems like a small price to pay to also have access to HBO Max.
Gomez plays a major behind-the-scenes role on Netflix. She produced the docuseries Living Undocumented and the teen drama 13 Reasons Why, but you can also watch her in the movie The Fundamentals of Caring alongside Paul Rudd. If you still haven’t jumped on the Netflix bandwagon, there’s no better time to start. The best part is Netflix’s trial is one free month, so you’ll have tons of time to check out other shows, too. When the month is up, a basic plan is only $8.99 a month.
Music is a major part of Gomez’s career and if you’re team Apple, why not sync all your devices together to have access to the singer’s hit tracks? Recently, the k-pop group Blackpink dropped their “Ice Cream” single featuring Gomez and you won’t be able to get enough of the catchy song.
Opt for Apple Music today and you’ll receive Gomez’s albums including 60 million other songs for free for three months. After that, the subscription is only $9.99 a month.
Who doesn’t love a good Disney Channel flashback? Besides Barney + Friends, it’s where Gomez got her start. Let the nostalgia flow by watching old episodes of Wizards of Waverly Place or her 2009 movie Princess Protection Program with Demi Lovato.
Sadly, Disney+ ended its former seven-day free trial, but the platform teamed up with Hulu and ESPN+ to give you all three streaming services for the low price of $12.99 a month or $6.99 a month for Disney+ alone.