There are plenty of streaming services around the world, now that we don’t need to buy a DVD to watch the latest Movie or TV Show. Out of the “enough” number of streaming services, there are those that are free while others are must be paid for – after the free trial ends of course. Free streaming services let you enjoy just what everyone else is enjoy but without an additional cost to your monthly bill. How cool is that?
In this article we list the best free streaming services that you can use to stream Tv Shows and movies.
Best free streaming services
1. NBC Peacock
Yes, NBC’s Peacock streaming service is free and is the latest entry. Boasting around 13000 hours of streaming content available for free. Its ad-supported and provides access to the latest NBC shows’ episodes a week after airing plus sample episodes of Peacock Original shows.
Also Read: NBC Peacock: How to stream Peacock, Pricing and Everything else
You can stream Peacock on Android phones and tablets, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, iOS and iPadOS, Xbox One, Vizio SmartCast TVs, LG Smart TV, Sony PlayStation 4, Comcast Xfinity X1 and Xfinity Flex, LG TV, Xbox One and via web on your Mac, Windows and Chromebook laptop. Watch Peacock.
Crackle is co-owned by Sony and was launched back in 2004. Best part? Doesn’t need you to sign up and includes a variety of movies and TV Shows. Plus, Crackle supports a variety of devices including Android phones and tablets, Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, Roku, Chromecast, Android TV, Apple TV, iPhones and iPads, LG TV, Sony PlayStation 4, Samsung TV, Vizio TV, Xbox One, and can also be streamed via web browsers. Watch Crackle
Tubi supports a variety of hardware devices like Crackle. Tubi’s movie catalog includes over 20,000 movies and TV shows. Watch Tubi.
Vudu is owned by Walmart. Its movie catalog includes over 10,000 free movies and TV Shows. Vudu also offers a way to purchase latest TV shows and movies – in case you want the latest ones faster. It’s also available on quite a wide range of devices from your smartphones, to TVs, and even Sony PS4 and Xbox One. Watch Vudu
5. Sling Free
Sling recently opened its service for free streaming, but still offers premium content for $30 a month. It doesn’t have a ton of content like the rest of the other options available in this list, but it’s worth considering. Sling is available via Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, Android, Roku, and web browsers. Watch Sling Free
6. Pluto TV
Pluto TV features live channels – and it’s the best one yet in this category. However, keep in mind of the ads – but no fuss, its free anyway. Pluto TV also offers on-demand content. You can stream Pluto TV on a variety of device including Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, Chromecast, SONY TVs, Samsung TVs, Vizio TVs as well as on mobile – Android and iOS, plus via web browsers on PC and Mac. Watch Pluto TV.
7. Roku Channel
Roku channel apps is built-in in any Roku device. It offers on-demand movies and TV shows, and best of all, streams the first episodes of latest trending on-demand TV shows. Roku Channel is available on all Roku devices, and on mobile – Android and iOS – plus via web browsers for PC and Mac. Watch Roku channel
IMDBtv is another free streaming service. It has a nice catalog of movies and TV Shows. IMDBtv is available via Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Sticks and via web. Watch IMDBtv