IMDb’s new streaming service lets you watch top TV shows and movies for free
Streaming services like Netflix and Hulu certainly make it easier for us to consume the shows and movies we love. Instead of having to deal with costly monthly bills and a confusing matrix of programming tiers from cable providers, streaming services provide us with a much simpler and affordable alternative. The irony, though, is that the number of streaming services to choose from keeps on getting larger, essentially making the media landscape as confusing and pricey as the cable packages of old.
The latest entrant into the streaming landscape comes from IMDb. Earlier today, the Amazon-owned property launched a brand new streaming site dubbed Freedive. Now I know what you’re thinking: do we really need another streaming site? In a word, no. That said, Freedive is a bit different from current streaming sites insofar that it’s completely free and, in turn, ad-supported.