IMDb TV and Pluto TV are each free streaming services with a ton of content and unique categories, offering something for nearly every streaming viewer. In this post, we’re comparing the two services to help you decide which is right for you.
In January, Amazon launched a free streaming service called Freedive. Amazon later renamed the service to IMDb TV. With IMDb TV you can get access to thousands of movies and TV episodes for free with ads from Amazon.
IMDb TV is more of a movie-focused service. When you scroll through the content library, you’ll find both classic films and more recent titles. Now that this free streaming is available on iOS and Android devices, you can watch content anytime, anywhere. While IMDb TV currently has on-demand content only, Amazon is reportedly planning to add live content in the future.
These are some of the categories you can choose from:
- Recently Added Movies
- Most Popular Movies
- Popular TV Series
- Top Rated Movies
- IMDb Originals
- TV Shows
- Chills and Thrills
- Action and Adventure
- Date Night Picks
- Aliens, Area 51, and Sci-Fi
- Movies for the Whole Family
- Real-Life Dramas
If you’re looking for a traditional grid guide, similar to what you’d find with cable, Pluto TV has it. The traditional grid guide works well for many users who miss the guide from cable TV services. On the guide, you’ll find what’s coming up for the next 3.5 hours for all of the live TV channels.
Pluto has been adding many new channels to its lineup lately. The free streaming service now has over 200 channels, offering sports, news, movies, and more. When Viacom bought Pluto TV, several Viacom channels were added. You can now watch content from channels including Nick, Nick Jr., MTV, and Comedy Central for free.
The Pluto TV channel guide is broken down into the following sections:
- New on Pluto TV
- Geek + Gaming
- Chill Out
- Life + Style
- Music + Radio
Which Should You Choose?
Both of these streaming services are free. There’s no risk to trying them both out and choosing your favorite. With several free services in your cord cutting lineup, you’ll get a variety of quality content without paying a dime.
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