Amazon offers its free ad-supported streaming service called IMDb TV. Many users find it exciting as new and original series are available for binge-watching on the platform. The tech giant first launched IMDb TV in January 2019 under the name of IMDb Freedive. Later in the same year, Amazon changed it to IMDb TV.
Many people want to stream content on IMDb TV. However, to access the channel, they would need to use the Amazon Prime Video app or through the web app. From there, they can search for the IMDb TV and check out different series and movies including Amazon Originals and IMDb Originals content.
Now, IMDb TV is coming to Roku. Such partnership makes it possible for more than 50 million Roku users to watch free content from IMDb TV. There is no need for a subscription since the service is for free.
Users can check out some of the popular series like Schitt’s Creek, Columbo, Mad Men, Spaced, Alex Rider, and Chicago Fire. They can also watch Friday Night Lights, Lost, The Adventures of Brisco County Jr., Fringe, and Warehouse 13. For movies, IMDb TV offers The Maze Runner, Fury, Ghost Shell, Confessions of a Shopaholic, and Ender’s Game among others.
In return, Roku also announced that it will make The Roku Channel, its very own free-to-watch service, available to Amazon users. The channel will be available on Amazon Fire TV streaming devices.
How to Get and Stream Free Movies & TV Shows on IMDb TV on Roku Devices
- Press the Home button on your Roku remote.
- Go to Streaming Channels.
- On the Search option, type IMDb TV. You can also search it on the Categories section and the right panel.
- Once you see it, click IMDb TV.
- Click Add channel.
- Wait for the installation to finish.
- Press OK when a confirmation message appears.
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