If you are tired of streaming, you are not the only one in this world. It seems that every company there wants to take some of your hard-earned dollars just to watch some damn TV. But not IMDb ̵
IMDb TV has been around since the beginning of last year (originally under the name Freedive, and subsequently renamed IMDb TV in June 2019), but you would be forgiven if you missed that launch completely – in a apart from what looks like unlimited streaming options, it is almost impossible to keep track of them all.
But I stray. IMDb & # 39; s hook for its TV service seems to be based on a simple fact: people love things for free. I mean, why pay for something when you can get it for free? You wouldn't do that. The service already has a number of movies ready for your consumption, although originally limited to the web, Prime Video or Amazon Fire devices (because Amazon owns IMDb), it is now also available in all company apps.  Now that you are fully aware of what IMDb TV is about (or maybe you were already familiar, in that case I apologize for the history lesson), we have good news: there are more free things to do add to your queue. Specifically, a set of shows owned by Disney, such as Malcolm in the Middle My So-Called Life, Desperate Housewives Lost Ally McBeal, and more. (And no, Malcolm in the Middle is no better than Lost . Everyone else you tell is called Michael and is completely wrong.)
The rollout of these shows seems be spread, with Ally McBeal only in service on April 1 and lost only on May 1. Malcolm enthusiasts will have to wait until June 1 to get their solution. It is unclear when other titles will be available in the line-up, but it seems reasonable to assume that this will happen sometime in the first half of the year.
Fortunately. in the meantime you have a lot to look at.