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FilmStruck is a film streaming service from Turner Classic Movies which caters to cinephiles and focuses on rare, classic, foreign, arthouse, and independent cinema. It launched in November 2016 and succeeded Hulu as the exclusive online streaming home of the Criterion Collection in the United States.

How to Cancel FilmStruck Manually

Unsubscribe by following these steps:

You can cancel your subscription at anytime, by logging into your account. Note, you need to be on Desktop, or the mobile version of desktop, to access this functionality.

Desktop:

Select ‘My Account’ from the main menu drop down, under your name. Select ‘Manage or Change your Subscription’ (an option under Subscription), click on the ‘Cancel Subscription’ link at the bottom of the screen and follow the steps to cancel your subscription.

Mobile:

Select ‘Manage my Account’ at the bottom of the page, scroll down to ‘Subscription Information’, select ‘Cancel Subscription’ and follow the steps to cancel your subscription.

You will continue to have access to the streaming service until the end of your current billing period, at which point your account will be cancelled automatically.

Free Trial: If you cancel within the 14 day free trial, you can continue to access the service until the end of the trial period.

Should you wish to renew your subscription at a later date, you can use the same account credentials if you wish.

Email help@filmstruck.com and ask them to cancel your account.
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