With a library of over 3,000 titles from over 1,500 independent filmmakers and creators, the streaming service offers anything from documentaries to comedies, animated shows, and international titles. Fearless releases new content weekly (every Friday).
Subscribers can get ad-free content for $7.99 per month, following the 14-day free trial. The yearly price is $79.99 and there is even a Lifetime subscription plan for $958.80.
Based on the company’s mission statement, Fearless strives to have inclusive movies and shows in its library, focused on under-represented perspectives of the film industry (LGBTQ, female, Black, Indigenous, and Disabled communities).
We tested Fearless and other subscription streaming services for more than 100 hours. Fearless is compatible with Amazon Fire TV, Google Chromecast, Android TV, iPhone/iPad, Android Phone/Tablet, Mac, Windows, LG Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV, Sony Smart TV, and VIZIO Smart TV.
Fearless has a couple of original shows and shorts like “Extreme Actor,” “Stripped,” “Inside Look,” “Brennan & Victoria Make Rent,” “So That Happened,” “It’s Complicated,” and “Committed.”
Across all content, genres range anywhere from Comedy and Drama to Thriller, Sci-Fi, Romance, Animation, Horror, Crime, Mystery, and Fantasy.
Series include “The Beech Boys,” “Bombshell,” “The Circuit,” “You’ve Been Had: Celebrity Edition,” and tons of others.
The service has unique categories such as Bring on the funny!, LGBTQ+ Documentaries, Must-Watch Indie Gems, Cinematic Gay Dramas, The best short films, Stand-Up Comedy, Arthouse & Experimental, Reality TV & Talk Shows, Oh no, don’t go in there!, True stories about music, film & the arts, Disability won’t stop them, and more.
Titles include “Jinkx Monsoon: Drag Becomes Film,” “Euphoria,” “A Million Happy Nows,” “Divorce Invitation,” “James Mullinger: Anything is Possible,” among many others. There are also some classics as well like “The Little Shop of Horrors,” “Night of the Living Dead,” and “The Attic.”
There are a very limited amount of Family-Friendly titles. These include “The Gift,” “Charlie and the Baker,” “Judy’s Child,” and “What the Cat Dragged In.”
Although there aren’t any parental controls, there is a filter to divide content by age suitability: Family-Friendly, Teen, Young Adult, Mature, and Very Mature.
No Parental Controls
There are no parental controls for Fearless.
Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+, Disney+, Max, Hulu, Netflix, Paramount Plus, Peacock, SHOWTIME, and STARZ have parental control features.
Up to 5 Devices
Fearless allows you to stream on up to 5 devices simultaneously.
On the mobile apps in some regions.
Available worldwide on the web version and some app versions are available only in select countries.
Fearless is compatible with these devices:
- Amazon Fire TV
- Google Chromecast
- Android TV (Google Cast)
- Android Phone/Tablet
- LG Smart TV (AirPlay)
- Samsung Smart TV (AirPlay)
- Sony Smart TV (AirPlay/Google Cast)
- VIZIO Smart TV (AirPlay/Google Cast)
Fearless is not compatible with Apple TV, Roku, PlayStation, Xbox, or Nintendo devices.
(Up to 4K UHD)
The majority of content on Fearless is in HD. A small selection of titles are up to 4K.
Content has stereo audio.