The internet’s primary source for movie facts and trivia, IMDb, just launched Freedive, a streaming service that features some of your favorite shows and movies available to stream for free.
While the service does not offer new releases at the moment, the selection is still plentiful with movies like Drive, Adaptation, Gattaca, True Romance, Last Action Hero, Legends of the Fall and Panic Room, amongst others, as well as TV shows like Fringe, Quantum Leap, Gilligan’s Island, Heroes, and The Bachelor. Users can also view IMDb originals through the service.
Freedive viewers can watch the ad-supported content via their computer or through Amazon devices like the Fire TV, while a dedicated mobile app will be launching soon.
Introducing #Freedive, a new way to start streaming shows and movies for free on Fire TV from @IMDb. Learn more: https://t.co/t9bpomxiJ4 pic.twitter.com/Xezpdes0lw
— Fire TV 📺 (@amazonfiretv) January 10, 2019
“Customers already rely on IMDb to discover movies and TV shows and decide what to watch,” Col Needham, founder and CEO of IMDb said in a statement. “With the launch of IMDb Freedive, they can now also watch full-length movies and TV shows on IMDb and all Amazon Fire TV devices for free.”
At the moment, Freedive is only available in the US, and it’s unclear if it will launch internationally. Furthermore, the company said that the IMDb Freedive catalog will continue to grow with new titles added regularly. You can view all of the titles available by clicking the bar below.
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