If you’re looking for more content without another monthly subscription fee, you’re in luck. There are many free streaming services with everything from recently released films to classic TV shows waiting for you.
In this post, we’re looking at Tubi and XUMO, two great streaming services that you can use for free.
Tubi is a streaming service with thousands of movies and TV shows, available anywhere, always for free. Recently Tubi became available on the Amazon Echo Show, along with adding voice casting support for Nest Hub and Nest Hub Max, making it easier for viewers to control their content and watch anywhere, any time.
Tubi has thousands of titles from partner studios including Paramount, Lionsgate, MGM, and more. If you’re looking for classic content, start with Tubi. You’ll find westerns, cult classics, horror movies, mysteries, and more. In the new releases category, you’ll also find newer movies. Other categories will show you movies that are only free on Tubi and movies that you won’t find on Netflix.
Learn more at the Tubi website.
XUMO is a subscription-free service, offering over 180 channels of on-demand and live content at no cost. It’s the best content from both traditional and digital networks, in one place, to watch whenever you want.
On XUMO’s grid guide, you can scroll through over 180 channels in categories like news, lifestyle, pop culture, and fashion. XUMO has been adding to its channel lineup lately in every category, from bringing ABC News to the news category to bringing two new channels just in time for the holidays.
Be sure to check out the on-demand section to catch up on the news and your favorite sports teams. In that section, you’ll also find kids shows, viral video clips, and episodes from your favorite XUMO channels, ready to watch whenever you want.
Start streaming on the XUMO website.
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