Competition continues to expand in the streaming service industry. But, it does not mean streaming platforms cannot partner with each other. Amazon is partnering with Roku as it launches its IMDb TV on Roku devices. Now, you can access the free streaming service when you have a Roku device at home.
IMDb TV is Amazon’s free ad-supported streaming service. Amazon launched the service last January 2019 previously calling it IMDb Freedive. It was changed to IMDb TV later in 2019.
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With IMDb TV, you can stream and binge-watch Amazon Originals and IMDb Original TV shows as well as movies on your Roku device. Roku users will have access to shows like Columbo, Friday Night Lights, Schitt’s Creek, Psych, and Lost. You can also stream classic shows at any time, including Fringe, The Adventures of Brisco County Jr., Spaced, Warehouse 13, and Mad Men.
IMDb TV is available to more than 50 million Amazon Fire TV users. Now, more than 50 million Roku users can watch on the streaming service all day long.
How to Watch Amazon’s IMDb TV Free Streaming Service on Roku Devices
IMDb TV is all for free, and there’s no need for a subscription plan. To get it on your Roku streamer or Roku TV device, follow the steps below.
- On your Roku remote, press the Home button.
- Navigate to the Streaming Channels.
- Look for the IMDb TV either on the Categories section or on the Search Channels option.
- Click the IMDb TV.
- Select Add channel.
- Wait for the process to finish.
- A confirmation message will appear. Select OK.
With the IMDb TV app on Roku, you can watch your favorite shows at any time or discover new ones you can binge-watch every weekend.
At the same time, Roku also made its way into the Amazon Fire TV streaming devices through The Roku Channel. Now, both free streaming services are accessible and available to all their users.
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What do you think of IMDb TV on Roku devices? Are you thrilled to get in on your device as well? You can share your thoughts with us in the comments below.