When it comes to streaming videos for free, there are various options that you can choose from. You don’t have to pay for streaming services like Netflix. One of those services is Amazon’s IMDb TV, and the good news is that if you’re looking for alternative ways of streaming videos from it, it looks like the PS5 will be one of those avenues.
The app had previously launched on Sony’s previous-gen PS4 console earlier this year, so for it to eventually make its way onto the PS5 wasn’t entirely out of the question. It is also available on Microsoft’s Xbox Series X/S consoles, so like we said, coming to the PS5 was really only a matter of when, not if.
For those unfamiliar, the IMDb platform is home to more than just movie detail listings. With IMDb TV, Amazon is offering customers a way to stream videos for free. It will be ad-supported so you will have to put up with ads, but it is an on-demand service and you will have a bunch of shows to choose from.
This includes some original programming as well as access to shows and movies from other movie and TV studios such as AMC, NBC, and even some shows from Disney’s Direct-To-Consumer and International Division. Given that it’s free, we suppose it’s hard to complain, and could be a good way for you to enjoy content if you’re taking a break from gaming.
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