4 Free Streaming Services For TV Shows and Movies

We are now in a world where paying for cable Television is a total luxury. You can watch tv shows and movies for free if you don’t mind watching a few ads during your stream. Actually, these streaming services show you fewer ads than cable TV does.

Here are 5 streaming services that are completely free that have tons of content for you to watch.


Tubi TV has a very unique collection of movies you may have or have not seen. They currently have some classics like “The Passion Of Christ”, “Paranormal Activity 3” and much more.

You should be able to get Tubi on most Smart TV’s but you can simply go to tubitv.com.


Try Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial

IMDb is famous for having a popular website for rating and reviews on movies and TV Shows. They also have a streaming service. All you have to do is create yourself an account and you will be able to watch tons of free content.

You can access IMDb via the website or any Amazon fire device.

Pluto TV

Pluto TV gives you access to live channels as well as a bunch of on-demand movies and TV shows. Viacom owns Pluto TV so you get access to a lot of older content from BET, MTV, Comedy Central, and more.

I actually watched some old episodes of MTV Cribs that featured a young Kim Kardashian a few days ago.


Xumo TV also has live channels and a unique bundle of content. Xumo has a dedicated app for Android and iOS devices. You can also get Xumo on most Smart TV’s and Amazon fire devices.

Try Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial


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