Cord cutters will be happy to know that ALL the streaming services listed below are 100% free.
Cartoon Network Reboot – Appears they are no longer streaming.
Sony owned and operated Crackle is a free streaming network that says it handpicks “the best, most compelling selection of full-length Hollywood movies, TV shows and originals.” Their most popular TV shows include All In The Family, Barney Miller, Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, Kidnapped, Seinfeld and more. Movies shown on their network include Air Force One, Balls Out: Gary The Tennis Coach, Ghost Busters, Ghostbusters 2, The Razor’s Edge and more.
Crackle is available on PC, Mac, iPhone and iPad, Android, Kindle Fire Tablet, various Smart TVs, Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon FireTV, PS3 and PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and more.
Nick Reboot – Shut down after receiving “too much publicity.”
Popcornflix, created for people who want to watch “Great Movies. Free,” was founded in 1999 by Screen Media Ventures, LLC and claims to be “the largest independent distributor of motion pictures to the world wide television market.” It offers a wide selection of ad-supported movies, mostly indie films, and TV shows that you can stream for free.
Popcornflix is available on iPhone and iPad, Android, Roku and more.
Viki offers mostly Asian TV shows and movies free, with ads, on PC and Mac. Apps for watching in HD, with no ads, are available for Android, iOS, Kindle, Chromecast, Xbox, and some Smart TVs, but a $3.99 monthly Viki Pass subscription is required. However, if you become a “Viki Qualified Contributor,” you can get a Viki Pass for FREE.