“The Best of 2015” lists 2017’s top movies, TV shows and more!

Featuring: Best of TV shows on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Video, and more, this year’s Best of Music streaming services (with a few exclusives) and the most exciting music videos of the year, including “Boys & Girls,” “The New Normal,” “Super Mario,” “Gangnam Style,” “Pitch Perfect,” and “Frozen 2” — with the full list below.

(Note: Some streaming services are limited to one entry per category, while others allow multiple entries.)

The Best of MoviesStreaming (Netflix) — Netflix’s streaming service has always been known for its impressive catalog of blockbusters, but this year is no exception.

Netflix’s most popular films this year include “The Great Wall” and “Titanic,” while the company’s most anticipated series of 2017 are “The Night Manager,” “Taken,” “American Hustle,” and a few others.

Plus, the streaming service is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its original series “Mister Rogers” with an exclusive digital movie download for only $1.99 on January 15.

Netflix (Amazon Video) — This year’s most successful streaming service added a couple of big releases, including the epic “The Martian,” “Loving” and the “Pulp Fiction” sequel “The Hateful Eight.”

Netflix also announced it’s bringing back “The Lego Movie” as well as a new series based on its animated series “Adventure Time.”

Netflix (Hulu) — Hulu’s new streaming service, Hulu Plus, has more than 1.4 billion members around the world, making it one of the world’s most active streaming services.

Hulu’s most-watched movies this year are “Mad Max: Fury Road,” “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” “Thor: Ragnarok,” and some other notable films.

Hulu also announced “Pineapple Express,” “Bridget Jones’ Diary,” “Shrek Forever After,” “Marvel’s The Avengers: Infinity War,” “Fifty Shades Darker,” “Mad Men,” and more.

Hulu (Amazon) — Amazon’s new, live-streaming video service has added “Madam Secretary,” “Downton Abbey,” “Silicon Valley,” “Stranger Things,” “Transparent,” and many others to its growing library of shows.

Amazon’s most recently-added shows include “Amazon Prime Video,” “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” “Wonder Woman,” and others.

Amazon (HBO) — HBO’s new live-TV streaming service “HBO Now” has added shows from “Mad About You” and others to HBO’s roster of titles.

“Mad Dogs” is a highlight for the service, as are “House of Cards” and some “Dancing With the Stars” shows.

HBO also recently added a handful of new original series, including new “Game of Thrones” and new “The Knick.”

HBO (Hudson Entertainment) — Hudson Entertainment’s new online-only streaming service will be a major hit for viewers who like to binge-watch content, with the majority of its content coming from its upcoming shows “Game Change,” “Veep,” “House,” “Hemlock Grove,” and other upcoming originals.

Hudson is also releasing “House Hunters” and a “House” sequel to “House Hunter.”

Hudson Entertainment (Amazon Prime) — A new Amazon Prime exclusive is coming to the service this year: “Carnival of Carnage.”

The “Hercules” series stars Matt Lanterman as “King Lear” in a new story about a madman and his circus.

Amazon Prime (Huffington Post) — The Huffington Post is bringing the most popular stories of 2017 back for the first time in the new year, with “Wish You Were Here,” “Beasts of No Nation,” “Worst Day of My Life,” “How to Make It,” “Big Little Lies,” “All in the Family,” “Misfits,” and much more to its streaming library.

HuffPo also announced its “Drones for Life” series and other new series, like “The End of the World,” “Game Night,” “Good Girls Revolt,” “This Is Us,” and the upcoming “Shark Tank” — plus the full slate of new shows.

HuffPost (Walt Disney) — Walt Disney Animation Studios has been one of Disney’s most important creative companies, with many of its beloved classics and classic classics such as “The Lion King” and its “Beauty and the Beast” movies, “Fantasia” and other classic Disney classics, “The Little Mermaid” and many more films, as well.

Disney is also making a significant push into new and new digital formats, with Disney XD bringing original shows such as the new “Facial Recognition” series, which premieres on Disney XD on January 19.

Disney (Hollywood) — Hollywood’s most beloved films