Free movies/TV shows on IMDB, the online film and TV information database, will start featuring full-length films and TV episodes for free.


Officials at, which owns IMDb, released a statement detailing the news, “The rotating video content is provided by CBS, Hulu, Sony Pictures Television and about 500 independent filmmakers. The content includes shows like “24”, “The Office” (both from Hulu), “Beverly Hills 90210”, “Star Trek”, and movies such as “Fever Pitch”, “Bring it On” and others”.

Along with the free video service, Amazon is looking to expand IMDb’s role in the film industry with the purchase of independent movie distribution site Withoutabox, where it will showcase projects from filmmakers around the world.

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