What’s better than finding great content to stream on your Fire TV? Finding it for free.
In this post, we’re listing five of the best free and legal streaming services for watching TV and movies on your Amazon Fire TV. (In no particular order.)
With over 160 channels of free, ad-supported, live, and on-demand content, XUMO makes a great addition to a cord cutting setup. Download the app for breaking news, full-length TV seasons, and live sporting events. You’ll also find a library of thousands of movies, all for free.
Pluto TV is revolutionizing the streaming TV experience by bringing viewers over a hundred channels for free. Download the Pluto app on your Fire TV for news, family-friendly movies, and binge-worthy series. Recently, Viacom took over Pluto and added even more content from channels including Nick, Nick Jr., MTV, Comedy Central, BET, and Spike.
Add the IMDb app to get access to the free content on Freedive. With an extensive collection of popular movies and TV series, there’s always something new to watch. If you’re a film buff, be sure to check out the IMDb Originals section, where you’ll find original series that give you an inside scoop about your favorite movies and the entertainment industry.
Sony Crackle offers hundreds of blockbusters movies and popular TV shows to the cord cutting audience. Set up a free account to watch content in your favorite genre. One thing that sets this free service apart from others is the lineup of original content. Look for Sony Crackle Originals, like Snatch, StartUp, SuperMansion and The Oath, featuring stars that include Martin Freeman, Bryan Cranston and Sean Bean.
Tubi is a completely free and legal streaming service that doesn’t require a subscription. With Tubi, you can watch thousands of movies and TV episodes, from anywhere. Look for content from studios including Paramount, Lionsgate, MGM, and more. Not sure what you want to watch? Browse unique categories like Docurama, Sword and Sorcery, Cult Classics, and Not Available on Netflix.
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