Amazon’s free ad-supported Streaming Service IMDb TV is being renamed Freevee, the company has announced.
IMDb TV is a well-known streaming platform that is available for free on tons of media devices and more.
This includes the Amazon Firestick which comes with IMDb TV pre-installed upon purchase.
Amazon announced this transition in a press release which noted the name change will become official on April 27 of this year.
However, this announcement also noted some changes users can expect with this rebranded service.
Jennifer Salke, head of Amazon Studios made the following comments regarding IMDb TV:
Over the past two years, we have seen tremendous growth for our AVOD service and are committed to bringing our audiences premium, free-to-consumer content, We’re looking forward to building on this momentum with an increasing slate of inventive and broadly appealing Originals, and are excited to establish Freevee as the premier AVOD service with content audiences crave.
The company looks to expand its original programming content by 70% in 2022 including a spinoff of the popular series Bosch.
There will also be additional Original movies from Amazon which will continue the expansion of this ad-supported Streaming App.
The official press release from Amazon noted some of the highlights of Freevee that include:
Expansive Catalog of various genres including comedy, family romance, thrillers, and more
Free to install and use with no paid subscriptions necessary
Half the ads of traditional linear TV
Instant Access on nearly any device you prefer including Firestick, Roku, and more
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