Hopefully by now you know that a great way to save money is to ditch your cable and stream movies and TV shows online. Click here for all the details.
Of course, streaming online video isn’t always free. If you aren’t careful where and what you watch, you won’t see much savings.
That’s why just for you, I’ve rounded up some of the best free streaming sites. You’ll find plenty of free video at these sites to keep you entertained for hours.
YouTube – If you think YouTube is only for videos of cute cats and people tripping over stuff, think again! YouTube hosts plenty of free movies, and not just user-created clips.
YouTube Movies offers full-length feature films from Hollywood and around the world. Many are completely free. You can also find classic films and independent films. Remember that some of these movies are not suitable for all audiences.
Crackle – Crackle has plenty of popular options for television shows and movies. Many of them are recent blockbusters, but there are also a number of classic and underground choices.
There are more than 200 films and more than 100 TV shows from every genre. Crackle is supported by advertising, so each video will have commercial breaks. Again, not all the content is appropriate for everyone.
Hulu – One of the most popular sources for brand-new TV shows and movies is Hulu. Hulu hosts hundreds of shows, many of them recently broadcast on major networks.