IMDb TV is Adding 20+ Fan Favorite Shows in a Licensing Agreement with Disney

Free streaming service IMDb TV has just announced a licensing agreement with Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer and International that will bring 20+ scripted TV titles to the platform over the next six months.

Today, IMDb TV is adding every episode of “Desperate Housewives,” “My So-Called Life,” “White Collar” and “The Glades” to its content library. In the upcoming months, those series will be joined by “Lost,” “Malcolm in the Middle,” and “Ally McBeal.”

All 112 episodes of “Ally McBeal” will be available on April 1, 2020. To coincide with the 10th anniversary of the “Lost” series finale, all 121 episodes of the series will be available for free starting May 1, 2020. All 151 episodes of “Malcolm in the Middle” will be available June 1, 2020.

IMDb TV will be the exclusive free streaming home for all episodes of “Lost” and “Malcolm in the Middle” when they’re added to the service.

IMDb TV is available for free as an app on FireTV and on Prime Video. To use IMDb TV on Fire TV, look for the icon in the “Your Apps & Channels” row, making it easy to find free movies and TV shows. Using the Alexa Voice Remote or paired Echo device, simply say “Alexa, go to IMDb TV.”  IMDb TV is also available for free on the IMDb website.

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