IMDb TV is a fun app that lets you watch free TV shows and movies. While the website is great on its own, when Amazon bought the service, it got a serious upgrade, including the ability to watch popular shows and movies.
IMDb doesn’t show the latest blockbusters, but it has a solid lineup of hits in multiple genres. The IMDb TV app is a fantastic complement to live TV streaming services for people who want to cut the cord on cable.
If you have a streaming device like the Amazon Fire Stick or Roku, you can easily access the IMDb platform.
Watch our IMDb TV review video now to learn more about how you can start watching free TV and movies.
Quick Jump Sections:
0:00 – IMDb TV Review, What is IMDb TV?
2:02 – How to watch IMDb TV
2:37 – What you can watch
5:32 – How bad are the ads?
6:03 – Alternatives to IMDbTV
8:35 – Final thoughts
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