The free streaming service, Crackle, is coming to the Plex ad-supported video on demand collection. The addition will bring a diverse collection of content to the Plex catalog, with well-loved titles, hard to find content, and even some original series and films.
Starting today, Plex users will have access to thousands of free titles from Crackle. On Crackle, you’ll find content in all genres, including big-screen hits such as Captain Phillips, Patriot Games, The Illusionist, and Failure to Launch. Additionally, you can now binge for free beloved TV series such as Hell’s Kitchen, Snatch, and Roseanne. Open the Movies & TV section of your app to find the new content and get streaming.
Along with the titles you know and love, Plex users will also be able to watch Crackle originals, such as On Point, a basketball docuseries following three high school players as they move toward their goal of an NBA career, and Yelawolf: A Slumerican Life, a reality-tinged journey through the life of Cherokee rapper and artist from Alabama, Yelawolf.
“Plex users in the US will now be able to stream more individual movies than you can stream on Netflix — and in case you missed that word a few times it’s f-r-e-e.”
Crackle offers content from some big name partner studios, including Metro Goldwyn Mayer (MGM), Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution, Lionsgate, and Legendary.
Check out the Plex blog for more information.
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