Ever since Netflix announced it would be cracking down on password sharing, other streaming services have followed suit by testing to see how far they can go with restrictions. While Netflix might charge $3 to users who are not part of the same household, Disney+ has rolled out surveys gauging reactions about a possibly similar crackdown. Other streamers have just made the deed difficult from the get-go, such as Amazon linking a Prime Video account to one person's credit card, Apple TV+ requiring an Apple ID during login, and Hulu allowing only two simultaneous streams.
Password sharing has yet to be strictly banned, but with streaming services moving this way, it's not far off to imagine such a future. That said, we decided to look up streamers that have been relatively lax about the topic. As far as we know, they haven't done or said anything about the matter, so it might be a while before they go through measures like the ones above. So without further ado, here are the best streaming services that haven't banned account sharing...yet.