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Telenet TV (BE)

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If you live in Belgium, then Telenet is probably a company that requires no introduction. Being the largest internet and cable company in the country, it would probably be quite difficult for you to have not encountered Telenet in some way or form in your lifetime. I would even go as far as to say, seeing as you are reading this particular movie streaming site review, that you either have a Telenet cable or internet membership (quite possibly both). This is, after all, the only way that you can access Telenet TV, one of the best movie streaming sites on the web today.

That’s right … unfortunately, if you aren’t a Telenet customer, Telenet TV will be off limits. I figured it made sense to get the most significant bad news out of the way first. This way, you don’t have to read through the entire review to find out at the very end that Telenet TV is probably not the best movie streaming site for you. I am not in the business of wasting anyone’s time!

In fact, I am in the business of doing quite the opposite – I seek to save time for my readers. By outlining each of the best movie streaming sites on the market today, my goal is to provide a comprehensive and convenient index where you can quickly reference any streaming site you have been curious about trying. Instead of bothering to survey the site yourself or googling “best movie streaming sites” and sifting through a bunch of garbage, you can learn everything there is to know about all of the best movie streaming sites in a way that is user-friendly and makes sense!

But enough about how great is and how incredibly selfless I am for making your life a little bit easier … today I want to talk about Telenet’s exclusive movie streaming site, Telenet TV. It is no secret that this is a formidable movie streaming site, right up there with the giants of streaming today: Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, Prime Video, etc. But does it truly deserve to be listed alongside the best movie streaming sites of all time?

Well, that depends on what you look for in a streaming site. If by ‘best movie streaming site,’ what you really mean is a well-designed and intuitive site that offers a large library of high-quality, critically acclaimed movies, then, yes, most definitely, Telenet TV is one of the best movie streaming sites on the market.

Telenet TV, though, is also one of those streaming services that goes above and beyond the bare minimum. Most movie streaming sites provide a bunch of great movies for you to stream on-demand, and that’s it. Telenet TV, however, offers some really cool additional features that I think will help you to see why this site deserves to be on this list.

But is Telenet TV enough to convert you to Telenet’s internet and/or cable service? Well, I don’t know about that … that’s quite a commitment. I don’t know if any streaming service is good enough to prompt that big of a change in one’s monthly budget. Nevertheless, if you have been considering becoming a Telenet customer, access to Telenet TV could just be the final push that you need to get you to pick up your phone and set it up.

Let’s take a look at Telenet TV and see everything that it has to offer.


Telenet is no stranger to internet technology. They have been offering their internet service in Belgium since 1997. In addition to highspeed internet, Telenet also offers voice, data, and other internet services through its brand, Telenet Solutions, which runs via its optical fiber infrastructure. Telenet acquired its optical fiber network when it bought out CodeNet, which covers the entirety of Luxembourg and Belgium.

When you take into account Telenet’s history of providing top-notch television programming alongside its internet tech prowess and capabilities, a streaming site like seems almost inevitable. Telenet has been offering digital cable since 2005, and this service became compulsory for all Telenet cable customers since 2012-2013.

By today, though, Telenet’s digital cable offering has evolved into Telenet TV. And if you have Telenet cable, access to Telenet TV results in the ultimate, 360-degree TV and movie viewing experience. With both of these services working in concert, you can tune into any Telenet channel and watch live from your living room, or you can stream anything that you may have missed on-demand after the fact. It’s a win-win.


Telenet TV has something of a unique design when it comes to movie streaming sites. For the most part, sites like this one tend to have a fairly uniform layout and look to them. Time and time again, even the best movie streaming sites look the same – large banner at the top of the page, a series of horizontally situated categories to browse. Most of the content discovery, in other words, occurs on a single page.

Most of the time I would say that a majority of movie streaming sites are designed this way because it is the most effective design option. Telenet TV, though, with its relatively unique look and user experience, makes me question this.

The first thing that I notice when I visit Telenet TV is the fact that the site menu bar takes on more of a site dashboard feel than I am used to on a movie streaming site. Instead of being barely noticeable, folded up into the top of the page, the entire left margin of the site becomes a site menu/user dashboard that borders the rest of the page and remains constant as you scroll through and browse content.

I rather like this unique setup. I think it makes for a very neat, organized, and streamlined experience. Unlike a movie streaming site like, say, Netflix, on which I have to scroll and scroll through an endless blend of movies and TV shows and genres and categories, on Telenet TV, I can quickly access only movies, only TV, and only my saved titles with the click of a button … the whole central piece of the site then changed completely, offering an equally intuitive and content-appropriate user experience for each section.

Content and Features

Speaking of content, there are few streaming services out there that come close to rivaling the breadth and the quality of Telenet TV. Not only will you be able to stream some of the best movies ever made (and some of the biggest contemporary hits) here, but you will also be able to access the most critically acclaimed TV shows, too.

Are you a fan of HBO? If so, you might want to hold off on signing up for that HBO Max subscription (at least for now). If you have access to Telenet TV, you will be able to watch your favorite HBO shows, such as Big Little Lies, True Blood, High maintenance, I Know This Much is True, and Looking. Whether you like to binge high-quality TV or you prefer streaming one movie at a time, Telenet TV has plenty for you to enjoy.

How about some of the biggest movie releases? I don’t know how long these specific titles will be available, but Telenet TV currently provides access to top hits like Tenet, Unhinged, The Personal History of David Copperfield, Doctor Sleep, Witches, and Downhill. This, I think, is a decent representation of the overall quality of the movies to stream on Telenet.

Oh, and don’t forget about the live TV streaming. Any channel that you can watch via your Telenet cable service can also be streamed here. Just pick a channel and jump into the action in real time. This makes Telenet TV an ideal streaming service for sports fans, as they frequently broadcast football matches.

Mobile and Desktop Experience

For those of you who prefer to stream your movies on the go, I have some good and some bad news for you regarding Telenet TV. The good news first: yes, there are apps available on both Android and iOS devices. The bad news: they are very poorly reviewed by users.

To give some more context: the Telenet TV app on the Apple App Store has an average user rating of just 2 stars (out of 5). This is one of the lowest streaming app ratings that I have ever seen. It is a bit higher on Google Play (but not much), averaging out at 2.8 stars. The most common complaint? Bugs, crashes, incompatibility with certain connections and devices, etc.

Likes & Hates:
Over 80 live TV channels
Hundreds of great movies to choose from
Watch recently aired movies/shows for up to 7 days
User-friendly and intuitive site design/interface
Requires Telenet internet/cable membership (pricey)
Sports channels are extra
App is poorly reviewed