Have you been wondering what to do with all this extra free time that you now have? Well, Bell Media's Crave has got you covered. While most of us rely on Netflix for our entertainment, we often forget that Crave has a variety of different options for us to watch. And, since you can now get 30 days of Crave for free, you can stream both of them.

The press release which shared this good news stated: "Bell Media's Crave announced today that it's providing one month free for any new subscribers with access to the internet, expanding from seven to 30 days the trial period that Canadians can sample the service."

This deal will go on from now through April 30. The press release specified that "the one-time-only offer is for first-time, direct-to-consumer subscribers, and can be accessed now on the Crave app or Crave.ca."

So, if you've never made a Crave account before, you're in luck!

In the midst of practicing social distancing, it can be difficult to find new and exciting things to do at home. That's where Crave comes in.

If you're a television lover, this is the moment you've been waiting for. Suddenly, you have way more time to catch up on all your old favourites, or new discoveries. And, Crave is going to let you do just that for 30 days — for free.

As the tweet specifies, this offer goes on until April 30 — so act fast.

Crave is one of Canada’s most prestigious entertainment services. On this streaming service, you can find your HBO favourites, along with Hollywood classic movies.

So, whether you're spending this quarantine time alone, with your significant other, or with your entire immediate family — Crave has something for everyone to watch.

You can read the full press release about Crave's additional 30-day free trial here.

Wishing all my fellow Montrealers quarantine days filled with excitement!


Quebec health officials released guidelines for individuals to follow to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in the province. You can read about them here.

More information on hygiene practices during the pandemic is available on the government of Canada's website here.

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