Did you know that there are tons of ad-supported streaming services that let you watch TV and movie completely for free? There are many to choose from, but today we’re looking at two – Tubi and Crackle.
Tubi is a streaming service with thousands of movies and TV shows, available anywhere, always for free. As of this summer, Tubi has 20 million monthly users.
With Tubi, you can browse through over 15,000 on-demand movies and TV series. With over 44,000 hours of content, there’s plenty to choose from. Content comes from a variety of sources, including Warner Brothers, NBCUniversal, MGM, and Lionsgate.
Content on Tubi is divided into categories including Featured Movies, Family Movies, Comedy Horror, Black Cinema, and Action. Tubi also announced that they would be launching a free kids area with 5,000 hours of content made just for kids which is set to begin rolling out this week.
Crackle also provides full length movies and TV shows for free, but also includes original content. Crackle recently announced that they plan to create more original content going forward, through the new Landmark Studio Group, owned by parent company Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment.
First in the lineup of new content is 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.
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.
Both of these free services offer quality content at no cost, so why not try them both?
Which free streaming services do you prefer? Let us know in the comments!
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