Free and made in Europe, the arte.tv platform has established itself over time as a very serious alternative to American streaming platforms. AlloCiné helps you navigate the 2022 offer and program.
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What is arte.tv?
Present on our television screens since 1992, the Franco-German channel is a pioneer in on-demand broadcasting thanks to the arte.tv platform. Having become a benchmark and an example to follow for competing channels, it is now much more than a replay service that rivals paid offers.
Almost all of the programs broadcast are available in streaming, some even in preview up to 4 weeks before they appear on the air. Most series go live in full on day one.
Finally, a program specially designed for the platform highlights content available exclusively online, such as the Bruno Dumont and Ingmar Bergman cycles currently on offer.
Arte: from Anna to Nona and her daughters, discover the series for the 2021/2022 season
How much does it cost ?
Unlike other big streaming platforms, arte.tv is free and you don’t even need to create an account!
It is available on the web at arte.tv, but also via the ARTE application in internet boxes, on iOS and Android, on certain models of smart TVs and blu-ray players.
You can access the personalization of the service by creating a MonARTE account (also free) in order to save your favorites, find your reading list on all your devices and follow the news of the platform as well as the seasonal events reserved for members.
Among the winter 2022 cinema program, three cult feature films are available on arte.tv:
First film and master stroke, this social chronicle revealed the director Bruno Dumont, with such a personal style, in 1997.
Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival in 2014, Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s masterpiece is ranked among the 20 best films of the decade 2010 according to AlloCiné’s editorial staff.
The latest film from the great director John Huston, who stars his daughter Anjelica, is the splendid adaptation of a short story by James Joyce.
Between original creations, TV classics and international successes, series fans have plenty to do on arte.tv!
In the “Back to the Originals” collection, arte.tv presents the Israeli series by Hagai Levi (The Affair) which inspired the French adaptation In therapy.
Newly landed on the platform, The Split is a British comedy that mixes divorce cases with a family and feminist intrigue.
Surprise by Valérie Donzelli, the series worn by Miou-Miou as a free and offbeat matriarch is available on arte.tv until January 14.
This original format features 24 actresses in short films against violence against women, written by 24 authors.
After the big screen, Bruno Dumont tried his hand at the series with P’tit Quinquin and his sequel: a televisual UFO between thriller and farce.
From the creators of the intriguing Beau Sejour series, a quirky Flemish comedy about the project of four sisters determined to eliminate their brother-in-law.
But also: Scenes from married life and Fanny and Alexandre by Ingmar Bergman, La Maison de la rue en slope, Borgen …
And to go further …
Documentaries or homemade fictions, arte.tv is full of original programs, available for several months in streaming!
Co-signed Lucie Cariès and Yves Jeuland, a portrait rich in archives of the French actor Jean-Louis Trintignant, over his 60-year career.
Award-winning TV director and collaborator of Alain Resnais, Laurent Herbiet signs a wacky comedy for ARTE with Emmanuelle Devos and Eric Caravaca as a couple in their fifties in the midst of a crisis.
But also: Happiness, One meter twenty… and other digital creations available exclusively on arte.tv.
Follow all the news of arte.tv on AlloCiné.