Stressing over the final season of “Game of Thrones”? Wondering where you will get binge-worthy shows after “The Walking Dead” disappears from your weekly schedule? If you enjoy getting caught up in a series and are worried about filling the voids that your favorites are leaving behind, no worries. We have a variety of websites that offer plenty of free streaming content to have you back in binging mode in no time.
In addition to these providers, there are plenty of other excellent sites that offer unique content that may catch your attention such as Philo, Sling TV and Fubo TV, but those require subscriptions. If you are not interested in paying for streaming services, check out these lesser-known sites that offer quality content for free, although they are supported by ads.
How to stream classic TV series
Sony Crackle, owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment, is a free streaming service that features a library of TV shows including classics such as “Seinfeld,” “Heroes” and “The Shield.” The site also carries a variety of original programs such as “Startup” and “Snatch.”
You can view Sony Crackle with your desktop browser, stream to your television (with supported devices) and on mobile devices with the Sony Crackle app.
Streaming options for children
As a parent, finding quality streaming content for kids is essential and often frustrating. Tubi.tv has you covered with its extensive video-on-demand collection of children’s shows including “My Little Pony,” “Pokémon,” and “Transformers.” And, Tubi recently announced it intends to grow its selection this year, so be on the lookout for even a greater variety.
Tubi’s library includes movies, TV shows, docuseries and plenty of options for grown-ups. Tubi’s content is ad-supported, so if you don’t mind commercials before, during and after your free content, you won’t mind Tubi.
Free movies and TV on Pluto
Among the 75 channels offered on Pluto.tv, you will find a wide selection of movie channels based on genre. With comedy, action and drama as well as other genre options, Pluto.tv has your movie needs covered with live streaming or video-on-demand service. Pluto’s content is supported by ads (someone has to pay for the content), so plan your trips to the ‘fridge and bathroom accordingly.
By the way, you can stream Bloomberg Television via Pluto, which is where The Kim Komando show airs on Saturdays.
2 sites to stream documentaries
If you prefer documentaries to the big studio scripted movies, we have the perfect sites for you: Watchdocumentaries.com and Top Documentary Films are both curators of documentaries. Between the two, they have thousands of eye-opening, influential films across several categories including biography, health and technology.
See free live sports programming
Are sports more your thing? Try Facebook. With a few clicks on your Facebook page, you can enjoy virtually every sport from around the world, live. Although the number of official streams is limited, you can view one MLB game per week, in addition to soccer, surfing, women’s basketball and a host of other unofficial streams. Here are the steps to access Facebook’s live sports streaming content:
1. Open your Facebook home page
2. In the search bar, type “live” and your chosen sport, press enter
3. Click See All
4. Click the live option button
Now you can watch your favorite live sports content.