Top 10 Free Movie Streaming Sites You Need To Check Out

Let’s face it, paying for Netflix and Hulu is expensive. Add ever-increasing prices for just about everything, and at some point you have to draw a line in the sand and say “No more”. If you’re looking to save money and stick to a few streaming services that offer the best value for money – and are willing to put up with some ads – why not explore the cheapest options available? There are many free and legal streaming platforms; most of them are good, but only a handful are outstanding. Luckily, we’ve done the hard work for you and picked our 10 favorite free mobile streaming sites.



You probably already know that YouTube has all kinds of independently created vlogs and shows – some of them are even good. You might not already know that YouTube also has a great collection of free movies and TV shows – these aren’t limited to public domain pieces from the 1950s (which are also available if you use filters search to find what you are looking for).

YouTube’s movie selection is limited, but it tends to change often. Some well-known movies like Happy forever making guest appearances, as well as acclaimed independent films like Adrift in Soho. YouTube hasn’t made its free movies and TV service available outside the US, but hopefully that will come.

2. Crunch

Crackle is an ad-supported streaming service previously owned by Sony Entertainment. Although it has since changed hands, it still offers over 1000 films, including The Aristocrats and Bernie, as well as nearly 100 TV shows. We’re going to be honest here and say that Crackle is a bit like shopping at a thrift store: you’re going to have to dig a little to find something good, but it’s totally worth it.

Crakcle also has a healthy dose of anime, reality TV, action, and thriller shows. Ads on Crackle are quite frequent, appearing every 10-15 minutes during a movie or show.

3. Pluto TV

Paramount Streaming owns and operates Pluto TV as a free, ad-supported streaming platform, meaning much of the content available on Pluto comes directly from Paramount itself. While it’s often B-tier or older content, there’s plenty to choose from, and Pluto is also expanding its roster with exclusives. The recent addition of a search button also greatly simplifies the viewing experience.

You can access Pluto TV from just about anything with a web browser, and there are Pluto TV apps for just about every device under the sun, including the PlayStation 4.

4. Freevee (formerly IMDb TV)

Freevee’s catalog isn’t as plump as some other free services, but there are some interesting shows and movies, including Mad Menthe fifty shades series, and Schitt’s Creek. There are also older titles available which were very popular in their time.

Freevee is only available in the US and UK for now, but there are plans to expand the service to Germany by the end of 2022. You’ll need at least one Free Amazon account to access Freevee content, allowing travel to any geographic area. blocking a little more difficult. Amazon Prime members get access to Prime Video, with hundreds of ad-free movies and series to stream.

5. Awesome

Although Fawesome is available worldwide, you have to download a rather clunky app – available on LG TVs, Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Android, iOS and Windows – to view the content. Fawesome has everything from reality TV, documentary series and children’s shows, to a wide variety of action, comedy, drama and even a handful of popular anime series.

6. TubiTV

Although FOX’s Tubi TV content is hit and miss, you’re sure to find something worth watching. With over 20,000 shows and movies to choose from, you’ll likely find something to keep you busy on a Friday night. If you’re looking for something specific, you might want to look elsewhere, but Tubi has a healthy dose of action, comedy, drama, documentaries, plus a handful of animation and movie classics. anime.

Tubi unfortunately had to withdraw from the UK and EU due to GDPR laws, so for now, US viewers get access to Tubi’s entire catalog of content, while international viewers from Canada, Mexico, Australia and New Zealand have access to a limited range of free content.

7. Crunchyroll

Anime fans are probably already aware of this one, but Crunchyroll has the most comprehensive library of anime and manga. Not everything is available for free, and you have to create a free account to watch anything, but it’s a great way to watch anime without going to unscrupulous websites.

The icing on the cake of Crunchyroll’s offering is the updated user interface, which is in beta at the time of writing, but is a huge step in the right direction.

8. Peacock TV

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NBC Universal’s Peacock TV offers two ad-supported tiers – Free and Premium – and an ad-free tier in the form of Premium Plus. Peacock TV differentiates its free offering from paid versions by offering a limited selection of content on the free tier. Still, Peacock TV’s 40,000 hours of content is nothing to sneeze at, especially since the shows and movies available are generally of a slightly higher caliber than what’s available on many other free alternatives.

The ads on Peacock aren’t too overwhelming, clocking in at 5 minutes per hour of content, but you’ll need to create an account to watch them. Peacock TV is available in the US, UK, Ireland, Germany and Italy, with limited availability for customers outside the US.

9. Plex TV

If you like a combination of independent films, documentaries, B series and vintage productions, Plex TV should be on your radar. Along with a full catalog of on-demand shows and movies, Plex also offers a slew of live TV channels spanning a variety of genres, from news to fitness to live sports.

Plex doesn’t require you to create an account to watch, but if you decide to create an account, you can use Plex to access your other subscriptions or download content, so it’s all in one place. Plex is available outside the US, but the quality and quantity of content decreases when you leave the US.

10. CT

Yes, The CW isn’t a movie streaming service, but it’s full of trashy shows that are perfect for insane binges. Have an afternoon and want to watch something absolutely ridiculous? Each episode of Riverdale is an absolute train wreck. Want to watch a historical drama where all the facts are wrong and everyone has an American accent? You are will love Salem.

The CW has a solid assortment of some of the network’s latest offerings, but some notable films are missing from the mix.

Streaming through The CW is only available in the US, but you may be able to circumvent this limitation with a VPN, as you don’t need an account to access the site.

You too can cut the cord

Whether you want to save a little money or just spend less time watching TV, free movie streaming platforms are a godsend. That said, there are some amazing video streaming services out there that are well worth a few bucks a month. If you’re looking to stream to a TV, nearly all of our picks are available on smart TV hubs or with a solid streaming device.

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