Starting June 26, Starz's streaming service subscription will increase from $9 to $10 per month, the first price increase since 2016.
Paramount+ is also raising prices as it integrates Showtime, while Disney+ is expected to increase its ad-free offering by year-end.
With the price increase, Starz's ad-free subscription matches Netflix's Basic ad-free tier but remains cheaper than Hulu, Max, and Disney+ bundle.
Starz offers popular series like Party Down, P-Valley, The Serpent Queen, and the final season of Outlander, which premiered on June 16.
Outlander's last season will be in a two-part format, and a prequel series, Blood of My Blood, is currently in development.
Party Down, which returned after over a decade, may have a fourth season on the platform, but it is not confirmed yet.
As of now, Starz is running a promotion where subscribers can get three months for $9.
The price increase coincides with other streaming platforms adjusting their prices, reflecting the evolving landscape of streaming services.