I have everything and it's almost embarrassing! Netflix, HBO Max, Mubi, Prime and Disney/Star+(the local Hulu). I barely watch Disney. I think I have only watched NatGeo stuff! I used to have Apple, too but only because the free year you get when buying their products!
It's still not the same that in the USA, of course. I wrote yesterday about Criterion Channel and I just remember that you can actually watch it on HBO Max in the USA. That's not the case here! At most, you get a few old classic WB films.
In general, I don't have time to watch a lot and TBH I still spend time watching a lot of DVDs and BluRays! Lol
Don't be embarrassed! I have quite a few, too, mostly because my parents want them and I manage the accounts for them, since I am more tech savvy than they are.
I mostly watch Gravity Falls on Disney. It is a cartoon about twins (brother and sister) who go to spend the summer with their Grunkle (grand uncle) Stan at his place The Mystery Shack. Weird shenanigans happen, including rainbow vomiting gnomes. It is fun and mindless, so that is why I like it.
I decided to install my teeny tiny flatscreen TV in the room where I sew. This way, I can "watch" (ie, listen) stuff while ironing or whatever (I am not sure I will be able to hear the TV when using the sewing machine. This reminds me that I need to order one of those wall hangy thingys for the TV...
I only have Netflix. A lot of times, American productions that are available for streaming in the US are actually shown on regular tv here in Canada. I was able to watch Patrick Melrose by getting a free trial of Crave TV, so I would do that again if there was something I really wanted to see.
I just started this and it’s very good, with the exception of the added, rather loud “whooshing” and other background noises as animals fly, or run, or jump. Completely unnecessary and rather annoying, actually. BC is wonderful, of course.