At present, A lot of streaming sites are offering free content. Consequently, they are providing a wealth of free-to-watch TV shows and movies on a temporary basis.
So, here is a great list to check out if you need something to do this weekend:
People who purchased a new Apple product lately already have a complimentary one-year subscription to Apple TV+. However, for the rest, Apple is offering several Apple TV+ shows for free. The contents are available through the TV app on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iPod touch, Mac, select Samsung, and LG smart TVs, Amazon Fire TV and Roku devices.
List of the available free contents:
- For All Mankind
- Snoopy in Space
- The Elephant Queen
- Little America
This is approximately one-third of the content on Apple TV+. However, it excludes some of the most popular shows like “The Morning Show.”
Finally, No subscription is required, but you will need to sign in with an Apple ID.
HBO is offering free access to many of its original TV shows, movies, and documentaries. Moreover, the offer includes available sans subscription through the month of April using the HBO Go and HBO Now apps on iOS and Android.
Their offered free content:
- Big Little Lies
- Silicon Valley
- True Blood
- The Wire
- Small Foot
The full list along with instructions is available on HBO’s website.
AMC is offering free content that includes the first half of “The Walking Dead” season 10, along with BBC nature documentaries. Moreover, Sundance movies, and free IFC programming like “Brockmire” and “Mystery Science Theater 3000.” are available on the list.
YouTube also made many of its original series available for free, with a list available through Google.
Amazon Prime Now
Amazon is offering free access to some kids’ movies and TV shows without a Prime subscription. In order to keep the children entertained, several movies and TV shows are available through IMDB TV.
You can access Amazon Prime Video through a free one-month trial of Amazon Prime. The free contents are available for those who do not have a subscription yet.
Likewise, Amazon Prime, Hulu is offering their brand new subscribers 30 days to try out the service. Besides that, Hulu also allows free trial periods for some eligible returning subscribers. Pricing starts at $5.99 per month after the free trial for the ad-supported service.
Sling TV is providing free content through its apps and through the Sling TV website. Their free shows include “Hell’s Kitchen,” “A Quiet Place,” “The Cabin in the Woods,” “Rick and Morty,” and more.
No login or credit card is required to access content through Sling Free.
Quibi is a brand new short-form streaming service. At present, they are offering customers a 90-day free trial to test out their content. After the trial, Quibi costs $4.99 per month.
Showtime is offering a one-month free trial.
After the trial month, It costs $10.99 per month. You can sign up on the web or on platforms like the Apple TV using the TV app’s Showtime Channel feature.
Free EPIX via Apple TV Channels
EPIX is a streaming service that offers a catalog of movies and TV shows. At present, They are currently free content for those who access the service through the Apple TV Channels feature in the Apple TV app.
For brand new subscribers, Netflix offers 30 days to try out the service. After the free trial, the pricing starts at $8.99 per month.
Other One-Month Free Trials
Some of these free trials are limited to the Channels feature. However, others are also available on the websites for each service.
- A&E Crime Central
- Acorn TV (promo code: FREE30)
- Arrow Video Channel
- History Vault
- Lifetime Movie Club
- PBS Living
- Shudder (promo code: SHUTIN)
- Smithsonian Plus
- Sundance Now (promo code: SUNDANCENOW30)
- Urban Movie Channel (promo code: UMCFREE30 )