Most of us know about the paid TV streaming services, but do you know about the options for watching content for free? In this post, we’re looking at two streaming services with everything from blockbuster films to original series, Crackle and IMDb TV.
Crackle is bringing major titles from its partner networks as well as original content to its free lineup. Crackle recently announced that they plan to create more original content going forward, through Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment’s new Landmark Studio Group.
We’ve already seen an original docu-series from Ashton Kutcher. Going From Broke is a 10 part series where millennials gain financial confidence and work toward financial freedom. The streaming service also has original scripted series including SuperMansion and On the Ropes.
Crackle makes it easy to find the content you want, dividing it into TV and Movies sections. Browse by genre or sort all available content alphabetically. Look for the Crackle Original category in both sections to find exclusive content.
Find out more and give this free service a try on the Crackle website.
IMDb TV is Amazon’s free, ad-supported streaming channel. With the free app, you can watch TV shows, movies, and exclusive content, including behind the scenes looks at some of your favorite films.
IMDb TV is now available on iOS and Android devices as well as being available as a free channel on Fire TV and on the Prime Video app. IMDb TV’s lineup is all on demand for now, but Amazon is working on plans to add live content in the future.
Be sure to check out the IMDb Originals section for exclusive content. The section includes original animated titles like You’re Not a Monster and Corner Gas Animated, two comedies with great viewer reviews. IMDb TV also has themed categories. Check it out now for a wide selection of holiday movies, from the classics to more current Lifetime Christmas movies.
Learn more about this free service and watch online on the IMDb TV website.
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