February 21, 2020
IMDb TV adds more licensed content to its library

IMDb’s Free Streaming Service will include ‘Lost’ and more than 20 Disney-Owned Shows

IMDb TV, a free streaming platform, will soon have more titles to offer viewers, including ‘Lost’ and over twenty Disney-owned shows…

For those who don’t relish adding yet another monthly cost that comes with yet another entertainment subscription service, there are free alternatives like Sony Crackle and IMDb TV. Sure, viewers must endure the ad-supported format but it’s a small inconvenience to have more movie and television choices.

IMDb TV Adds more Licensed Content to its Library

IMDb TV is going to offer its audience a nice variety of shows after it secured the rights to more than twenty Disney-owned series, which include, among others, titles like LostDesperate HousewivesMalcolm in the Middle, and My So-Called Life.

Although at least some of these shows are found elsewhere, they come at a cost. In other words, anyone who wants to stream these titles and others must pay to do so, while IMDb TV offers them at no charge.

Beginning April 1st, Ally McBeal, in its entirety, will be available on IMDb TV. Meanwhile, Lost will arrive on May 1st, with Malcolm in the Middle following on June 1st.

Of course, other titles are also joining the free IMDb TV streaming service. People just need to check out the platform to see the full list.

Bill Boyles

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