The world’s largest and most popular online database of information related to movies, actors/actresses, shows, production crew personnel and TV sites, the Internet Movie Database (IMDb), has good news for users. IMDb, a subsidiary of Amazon, unveiled that it will release more than 6,000 full-length features films and TV episodes on its sites and allows users to watch these films and shows for FREE.

With this free movies/shows viewing service, users can enjoy free hit shows such as “24”, “Big Brother”, “CSI”, “Family Guy”, “Heroes”, “House M.D.”, “The Office” and “The Simpsons”. Additionally, fans can relive their past and check out TV classics, such as “Beverly Hills, 90210”, “Bewitched”, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, “Charlie’s Angels” and “Star Trek”. Recent and classic films that are available include “Fever Pitch”, “Fiddler on the Roof”, “Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World”, “Hoop Dreams”, “Raising Arizona” and “Some Like It Hot”. Via IMDb users can also enjoy the first episodes of some new and returning shows such as “Knight Rider”, “Lipstick Jungle”, “Chuck”, “Life” and “30 Rock” prior to their broadcast dates.

Besides free viewing, IMDb now also offers a platform for international filmmakers and rights owners to showcast their productions to IMDb’s visitors and subscribers. Users can learn more about getting their content onto IMDb via the link here.

“IMDb’s mission has always been to be the world’s most comprehensive, user-friendly destination for all movies, TV and celebrity-related information, products and services,” said Col Needham, founder and managing director of IMDb.com, Inc. “We’re excited to offer our users a simple online experience to watch full-length movies and TV episodes for free. Our goal is to show our users every movie and TV show on the Internet for free on IMDb.com.”

Those who say there is no free lunch in the world may be glad to learn that there are free shows and movies in IMDb. Watch to your heart’s content and save some money in these times of high inflation and economic crunch.

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