Top 5 Free Streaming Services

Below you will find a list of the most popular “free” streaming services and channels that focus on TV shows, movies and more. So check them out below and get to streaming.

Crackle

Crackle is an ad-supported on-demand service offering various TV shows and films

Cost: Free with ads
Watch it on: iOS mobile devices and tablets; Android mobile devices and tablets; Amazon Fire TV devices; Android TV; Apple TV; Chromecast; Roku; PlayStation 4; Xbox One; LG, Vizio, and Samsung Smart TVs; Mac and PC browsers
Notes: Crackle is available in the U.S. and Australia.

PBS

PBS offers more than 4,000 PBS and local shows on demand and available to stream, while PBS Passport offers full seasons of Masterpiece and other great programs

Cost: Free with ads but PBS Passport is a member benefit — local stations set their own qualifications for eligibility, with most requiring donations of at least $5/monthly gifts or $60/year
Watch it on: iOS mobile devices and tablets; Android mobile devices and tablets; Amazon Fire TV devices; Android TV; Apple TV; Chromecast; Roku; Samsung Smart TV; Mac and PC browsers

Tubi

Tubi is an ad-supported on-demand service offering various TV shows and films

Cost: Free with ads
Watch it on: iOS mobile devices and tablets; Android mobile devices and tablets; Amazon Fire TV devices; Android TV; Apple TV; Chromecast; Roku; PlayStation 4; Xbox One; Amazon Echo Show; Tivo; Samsung, Sony, and Vizio Smart TVs; Mac and PC browsers; Comcast Xfinity X1; Cox Contour; Google Nest Hub Max; and Hisense TVs (coming soon)

Pluto TV

Pluto TV is an ad-supported on-demand service offering various TV shows and films, as well as live TV

Cost: Free with ads
Watch it on: iOS mobile devices and tablets; Android mobile devices and tablets; Amazon Fire TV devices; Apple TV; Chromecast; Roku; PlayStation 4; Hisense, Roku, Samsung, and Vizio smart TVs; Mac and PC browsers; Xfinity

Xumo TV

Xumo TV is an ad-supported on-demand service offering various TV shows and films, as well as live TV

Cost: Free with ads
Watch it on: iOS mobile devices and tablets; Android mobile devices and tablets; Amazon Fire TV devices; Android TV; Flex, Hisense, LG, Magnavox, Panasonic, Philips, Roku, Samsung, Sanyo, Sony, VIZIO, TVs, Xfinity X1 devices
Notes: Xumo TV features more than 190 channels and is available in the U.S., Canada, France, Germany, U.K., Italy, Spain, Brazil, and Mexico. Users can watch on multiple devices at a time.