Are Netflix Original Series good?

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15 Legal Online Movie Streaming Sites

You might find yourself looking for new entertainment sources by spending time at home. You don't have to subscribe to another streaming service if you've seen everything on Netflix or Disney+. There are many free online movie streaming websites that will have some of your favorite flicks. We've compiled a list of options you can view on your computer, streaming device or even your smartphone.

There is a platform to suit every taste, whether you are looking for undiscovered gems, engrossing documentaries or timeless classics. These free online movie streaming sites will allow you to enjoy hours of entertainment from the comfort of your own home or anywhere else you like.

1. Bounce

Bounce, the first African-American broadcast channel, is available on cable and local TV stations in the United States. It can also be viewed online. It is possible to stream movies and original TV series online. You can watch movies online at Bounce, as well as download the Bounce TV App from the iTunes App Store (iPhone and iPad) or the Google Play Store (iPad and Android).

2. Crackle

Crackle is a video network featuring original content, movies, and shows. Crackle.com offers free movie streaming. Crackle can also stream movies to your mobile device, connected TV, or console via the Crackle app. They do require you to watch some commercials. To find something that interests you, you can search by title and genre or look for a particular film.

3. Fawesome.tv

Fawesome.tv has more than 10,000 movies and shows across 25 genres. You don't need a subscription to stream and you can get instant HD streaming. Although streaming is not possible on the website, the Windows 10 app can be downloaded from the Microsoft Store. It works on Xbox One and most mobile devices. You can search by title to browse different genres such as Action, Horror and LGBT, or see what's most popular.

4. IMDb TV

IMDb is the Internet Movie Database. It allows you to find out more about any film, TV show, or actor. You might not be aware that IMDb TV, formerly Freedive, also offers a free streaming service. You can stream movies and shows via this ad-supported streaming channel through the website, Amazon FireTV devices and Roku devices, LG devices and Roku devices. It also works on the Xbox One and Series S/X, PlayStation 4 and Android TV. A free account is not required. However, you can sign up to receive personalized recommendations, keep track of your watchlist, rate films, and provide information.

5. Open Culture

Open Culture's collection may suit your tastes if you like vintage films. Open Culture's 1,150 free movies include classics, indies and noir as well as Westerns. Open Culture is different from other online movie streaming sites that offer photos, sorting options, advanced search capabilities and advanced search capabilities. It also doesn't have any apps that let you watch movies on your streaming device. Open Culture is simple to use. Open Culture can point you to movies not available on other sites.

6. Peacock TV

Peacock TV offers a premium, paid service. However, the Comcast-owned NBCUniversal streaming platform also offers thousands hours of free programming, including a wide selection of movies. You can watch the latest films, award-winning titles, and original movies and series via a long list of apps and devices.

7. Pluto TV

Pluto TV, an ad-supported streaming platform that ViacomCBS owns, has a huge library of live-streaming and on-demand content. Not only can you watch hundreds of channels that are similar to cable TV, but you also have unlimited access to thousands upon thousands of movies from all genres. To get a personalized experience, you can either watch online immediately or register for an account. You can also add Pluto TV to any streaming device, smart TV or mobile app.

8. Popcornflix

Popcornflix is able to access more than 1500 movies because its parent company, Screen Media Ventures, LLC, has become the largest independent distributor for motion pictures to the global television market. These films are available in over 60 countries free of charge. It takes only two clicks to view a movie online. You can also access one of the supported platforms such as Roku and Apple TV, Xbox, iOS, Google Play, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Xbox One, iOS, and Google Play.

9. Redbox

Redbox might seem like a kiosk that rents DVDs outside of drug and grocery stores. The company offers a streaming service, and some content is free. Redbox allows you to stream live TV, movies and series online via their website and on certain smart TVs, streaming devices, and apps.

10. The Roku Channel

Roku Channel has thousands of movies and TV shows, as well as live streaming TV channels. You can connect premium subscriptions to certain content partners such as HBO, Cinemax or Showtime and view all your content in one place. This channel was originally designed for Roku devices but is now available online, on mobile devices, Amazon Fire TV devices and on Samsung smart TVs.

11. Sling TV

Sling TV offers a free account, even though the premium version has more to offer. Simply open the Watch Sling website from your browser or use a supported device to start watching. To view any on-demand movie or show, you will need to create an account.

12. Tubi

Tubi, owned by Fox Corporation, is an ad-supported streaming platform that features fewer ads than cable. Tubi has more than 20,000 titles and offers TV shows and movies from Paramount, Lionsgate and MGM. Movies can be streamed online using any of the supported apps or devices. Browse popular titles, thousands of genres, special collections, or channels.

13. Xumo

Xumo offers more than 190 channels including movies by genre. You can spend hours watching old Westerns, sci fi flicks, documentaries, and many other content. You can stream channels live, or browse on-demand content online without signing up or creating an account. You can search for a show on your computer or one of the supported devices.

14. Yidio

Yidio is a video aggregator, which is different from other streaming sites. It can search over 200 streaming sites for movies. This is particularly useful if you have multiple streaming accounts such as Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon. You can search for films using either browsing or searching, even if you don’t subscribe to premium services. Yidio can also suggest titles based upon other films or shows that you like.

15. YouTube

YouTube is the best place to find original content about everything, from cooking to makeup tutorials to gaming, but it could also be the best place to get free movies. YouTube offers a wide range of movies that you can rent or buy, and also has free films thanks to advertisements. While you may not find new releases, you might discover a favorite or something you haven't seen yet.

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I can't really tell you if they're good, that's subjective, but I can say some of them are worth watching.
 
My big problem with Netflix Originals is that nearly all of them seem to get cancelled in season 2. Which is always before the story was meant to end. I've pretty much stopped watching them entirely because of it.

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yes i like them especially the last one is the bridgertons! Netflix Original series vary widely in quality. Some are highly acclaimed for their storytelling and production values, while others receive mixed reviews. It's essential to explore specific shows and genres that interest you to find what resonates. Websites like Busted Newspaper can offer insights, but personal preference ultimately determines what you'll enjoy.
 
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I like Netflix original series less and less, I find that they are too suitable for teenagers.