The Best Movies & TV Shows In Singapore You Can Stream Right Now

The Best Movies & TV Shows In Singapore You Can Stream Right Now

A wide selection of streaming services are flexing their muscles with niche movies and TV show libraries to allow Singapore viewers to binge watch everything from blockbuster movies to favourite TV shows, anywhere, anytime.

Check out these streaming services in Singapore to get your binge-watching fix.

 
Content available
Price (per month)
Amazon Prime Video
Amazon Prime Originals, popular movies and TV shows
S$2.99
(promo price)
Catchplay
Popular movies
S$3.50 per movie or S$12.90 a month
HOOQ
Popular movies and tv shows, local and Asian content
S$8.98
Netflix
Netflix Originals, popular movies and TV shows
S$10.98 - S$16.98
StarHub Go
Thousands of TV shows including K-dramas, TVB dramas and HBO Originals. Additional S$9.90 for sports content and S$12.90 for movies
Basic pack at S$9.90, additional packs at S$9.90 – S$12.90
Viu  
Korean and Japanese dramas, Korean variety shows
Free or S$5.98 for premium

Here are some of the best movies and TV shows you can stream right now in Singapore.

Game of Thrones (2011 – )

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Language: English
IMDB Rating: 9.5

This hugely popular HBO series has a sprawling cast and multiple plot lines to rivet its audiences. Based on George R. R. Martin’s series of fantasy novels, the series follows nine noble families as they fight to claim the throne of Westeros, all while an ancient terror threatens their realm.

You can stream Game of Thrones on StarHub Go.

Running Man (2010 – )

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Language: Korean
IMDB Rating: 9.1

Running Man needs no introduction – however, just in case you’ve been missing out on one of South Korea’s most popular exports, here’s what you need to know: Running Man is a variety show that has its cast and guests complete missions at various South Korean landmarks to win the race. Many of its missions involve running, hijinks and hilarity.

You can stream Running Man on Viu.

Narcos (2015 – )

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Language: English & Spanish
IMDB Rating: 8.9

This Netflix Original series is based on the story of Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar (Wagner Moura), who became a billionaire through the distribution of cocaine. This critically-acclaimed series also chronicles the real-life stories of other drug kingpins, as well as those on the side of law enforcement who try to supress the cocaine trade.

You can stream Narcos on Netflix.

My Love From the Star (2013 – 2014)

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Language: Korean
IMDB Rating: 8.5

This Korean drama has swept K-Pop fans the world over off their feet. Do Min-jun, an alien who came to earth 400 years ago, begins a romance with the big-headed A-list Korean actress Chun Song-yi. .

You can stream My Love From The Star on HOOQ.

Ip Man (2008 – )

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Language: Cantonese
IMDB Rating: 8.1

This biographical movie is based on the life of Ip Man, the teacher of Bruce Lee and a grandmaster of the martial art Wing Chun. Ip Man debuted in 2008 and followed by two sequels – Ip Man 2 (2010) and Ip Man 3 (2015).

You can stream Ip Man and its sequels on Catchplay.

Train to Busan (2016 – )

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Language: Korean
IMDB Rating: 7.5

One of the highest-grossing Korean movies in Singapore, Train to Busan is a harrowing zombie horror-thriller that chronicles a workaholic fund manager, played by Gong Yoo, who travels with his daughter by train from Seoul to Busan on her birthday. Their journey soon turns into chaos when they are trapped in the train with a group of terrified passengers who turn into zombies through a countrywide viral outbreak.

You can stream Train to Busan on Amazon Prime.

Pop Aye (2017 – )

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Language: Thai
IMDB Rating: 6.8

This Singaporean-Thai movie is set in Thailand, where an architect (Thaneth Warakulnukroh) reunites with his childhood elephant on the streets of Bangkok. Together, they embark on a journey across Thailand in search of the home where they grew up together.

You can stream this Pop Aye from Amazon Prime.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017)

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Language: English
IMDB Rating: 6.7

Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) delivers another cinematic blockbuster in this sixth instalment of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. The subplot-packed story features a hunt for the Trident of Poseidon to help Captain Jack survive against an undead villain named Capt. Salazar (Javier Bardem) and his rotting minions looking for revenge against the bumbling pirate.

You can stream Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales on Catchplay.

Despicable Me 3 (2017)

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Language: English
IMDB Rating: 6.3

The third instalment of The Despicable Me franchise- has passed Zootopia to become the fifth biggest animated film ever, worldwide. In the latest movie, Gru teams up with his long-lost twin brother Dru in order to defeat a new enemy named Balthazar Bratt, a 1980s child actor who grows up to become a villain.

You can stream Despicable Me 3 on Catchplay.

Line Walker: The Prelude (2017)

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Language: Cantonese & Mandarin
IMDB Rating: not available

TVB’s new action drama is the prequel to the 2014 drama Line Walker. The Prelude takes place right before the original series, and several years before the 2016 film of the same name. The prequel sees the return of Michael Miu as Cheuk Sir, chief inspector of the CIB, who dispatches a team of undercover agents across different triad organisations.

You can stream Line Walker: The Prelude on StarHub Go.

Which broadband package is ideal for streaming?

With all these movies and TV shows you could stream online, how do you pick the right broadband package to initiate you into binge-watching bliss? You’ll first need to know what internet connection speeds you’ll need for online streaming. While minimum speed recommendations can vary depending on the streaming video provider, an internet connection speed of 25 Mbps will be sufficient to stream 4K Ultra HD videos on providers like Netflix.

However, it’s likely that you’ll need an internet connection speed greater than 25 Mbps if you’re online gaming or sharing large files over the internet while streaming. Having multiple internet users at home will also mean that you’ll need a higher broadband speed.

For most Singaporeans, a 1Gbps broadband package may be best for the moderate to heavy user, as it’s fast enough to support Ultra HD streaming, online gaming and sharing large files – simultaneously.

1Gbps Broadband Packages In Singapore (24-month contract)
M1
MyRepublic
Singtel
StarHub
ViewQwest
WhizComms
S$39 per month
S$49.99 per month
S$59.90 per month
S$39.90 per month
S$49.90 per month
S$32 per month

However, most broadband packages in Singapore will lock you in under a 24-month contract. If you prefer not to commit to a contract (and want to avoid possible cancellation fees), you can consider MyRepublic’s No Contract Ultra 1Gbps Fibre Broadband.

MyRepublic No Contract Ultra 1Gbps Fibre Broadband

MyRepublic No Contract Ultra 1Gbps Fibre Broadband

Enjoy speedy internet with better home internet with no contract.

Enjoy the freedom of no contract 1Gbps at $59.99/month
By June Moh
June is an ex-journo specialises in covering local, general, community and political news. She is passionate about social welfare.
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