Top 10 Best Websites to Watch TV Shows Online for Free

Watch TV Shows online for free

While the cost of cable continues to get more expensive, more people are cutting the cord and using subscription services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and many others. But, These subscription fees can add up quickly.

So, I’ll show you 10  websites where you can watch full episodes of TV Shows online free and legally. Some of the services mentioned are not available in all regions.


Crackle

Crackle was founded in 2007 and it’s a subsidiary of Sony Pictures Entertainment with a large selection of TV shows included are such classics as Alma family married with children news radio and Seinfeld along with many others.

You’ll also find original TV shows created exclusively for the service. If you’re in the mood to watch a film, they currently host more than 150 full-length movies on their site.

In addition to streaming content on their website, Crackle has apps for Roku, Android, iOS, Apple TV and many others.


Yahoo View

Yahoo View is a service operated by Yahoo in partnership with Hulu to stream recent episodes of TV shows from the networks such as ABC, NBC and Fox along with other various distributors.

You’ll find content in various categories which include comedy, drama, anime, sci-fi, fantasy, action and adventure.

Here’s some great news for you, if you’re one of the millions of people that have dumped the once powerful internet media giant [Yahoo] over the last several years, a yahoo account is not needed to use their streaming service.


Pluto TV

One of the most interesting of the free websites for streaming TV shows is Pluto TV.

Instead of having you browse through categories to find an on-demand show to watch, it offers a cool looking channel guide which lists the shows which are currently airing.

Pluto TV now offers more than 100 live channels for you to choose from in various categories. If you prefer to watch Pluto TV on other devices, they have apps for just about every major platform.


Tubi TV

Tubi is a video-on-demand service which offers one of the most extensive collections of TV shows and movies.

Of any website in this article, it has license agreements with more than 200 partners including MGM, Paramount Pictures, Lionsgate and Starz

Their selection TV shows are quite diverse with various genres to choose from. They offer the typical categories you’d find on any website along with odd categories titled such as highly rated on Rotten Tomatoes and not on Netflix.

The app is available on Android and iOS and they also have apps for the various streaming platforms.


Popcorn Flix

PopcornFlix is another website that’s been around a long time offering free TV shows.

You won’t find the latest and greatest on here but they do offer a large selection of shows from the 1990s for you Millennials looking for some childhood nostalgia and for those of you that watch TV on the go.

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They have apps for iOS and Android along with apps for Apple TV, Roku, Xbox and Amazon devices.


CW TV

If you’re a teenager or someone that enjoys watching TV shows geared towards a younger crowd, CW TV is a site you should check out.

It offers the popular TV shows from the CW network such as Riverdale, Black Lightning, Arrow and the long-running hit series Supernatural to name a few.

The video quality is excellent and they have apps for most of the popular devices. CW TV has a sister site called The CW Seed, you won’t find any of the content from the CW network on this site.

Instead, you will find original and DC animated TV shows along with some classics that are worth watching. Just like CW TV,  CW Seed has apps for most of the devices.


Snag Films

Snack films come with the unfortunate name that makes it sound like a not-safe-for-work website.

It has a large variety of TV shows movies and award-winning documentaries for you to watch. Most of the shows on here are probably the ones that you’ve never heard of. But don’t let that deter you, you may find a hidden gem that you’ll love. 

Other than watching on the web, SnagFilms does offer apps for other devices.


Xumo

Xumo is another website that features live streaming content.

It offers a channel guide showing what is currently airing and what is coming up next. You’ll find more than 150 channels on here from well-known content creators along with ones that are lesser.

Xumo has apps for many of the Smart TVs along with apps for Roku, Android, and iOS.


The Roku Channel

The Roku Channel is another great source for watching TV shows and movies online.

Initially, it was only available to owners of a Roku device, but now you can watch content from the Roku channel from your browser even if you don’t own a Roku device.

With a great variety of TV shows and movies, you should have no trouble finding something to watch on here.