Want to watch a ton of great movies and TV shows but don’t want to pay? We got you covered with a great list of ways you can watch movies and TV shows 100% free!
This is a list of the best 100% free services and the best services with a free trial. Hopefully it helps you find something new to enjoy.
Here are the top 10 free ad-supported ways to watch movies and TV shows:
The Roku Channel – Roku
SciFi Station – Roku
Your Local Library:
Services like hoopla digital teams up with local libraries to offer free streaming for members of more than 1,600 public library systems across North America. Public libraries are a great resource for cord cutters—not only for free DVD rentals but now also for streaming.
Want some more FREE movies and TV shows? Many services offer a free trial. These free trials can range from 5 to 30 days and allow you to binge. My suggestion is to sign up for one at a time and give them a try. You never know, you may find a free new service.
Sling TV: 7 days (Live TV)
DIRECTV NOW: 7 days (Live TV)
PlayStation Vue: 5 days (Live TV)
Fubo TV: 7 days (Live TV)
Netflix: 30 days (Movies and TV shows)
Hulu: 30 days (Movies and TV shows)
Amazon Prime Video: 30 days (Movies and TV shows)
CuriosityStream: 7 days (Documentaries & Educational)
PureFlix: 30 days (Family-friendly Movies & TV shows)
Sundance Now: 7 days (Independent movies)
Shudder: 7 days (Horror movies)
HBO NOW: 30 days (Movies & TV shows)
Showtime Anytime: 30 day (Movies & TV shows)
One More Option
If you have Amazon Prime, make sure to check out Amazon Channels. As a Prime Member, they have a ton of great additional services you can add. They all offer free trials from 7 to 30 days in length and even include big names such as HBO, Showtime, and Dove Family Films.
Have a free service you want to add? Post it in the comments but please remember only legal services. Promoting piracy will get your comment removed and may result in the loss of commenting rights.
How to know if it is piracy? If it sounds too good to be true…
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