MADRID (Portaltic/EP) -Amazon Freevee is an ad-free video-on-demand platform (AVOD) that offers users access to television series and movies in the United States and the United Kingdom.
The service is the result of a rebranding of IMDb TV, which became Amazon Freevee on April 27, according to a statement published by the company’s advertising department. In it, the platform boasts of having more than doubled its number of monthly active users in the last two years.
Amazon Freevee programming consists of a list of original titles, a library of movies and series, and more than 75 ‘Ad-Supported Free Streaming Television’ (FAST) channels, which offer a service similar to traditional television with programming presets and ad breaks, as last updated.
The platform also ensures that the ads shown alongside its content are limited so as not to saturate the viewer. Its content includes films such as Deadpool, The Revenant and Shrek, as well as series such as Bosch, Mad Men and Lost, among others. It also has documentaries like Pumping Iron and reality shows like Hell’s Kitchen.
Some of these titles are made possible thanks to the agreements the platform seals with companies like Disney and Universal, which ensure the existence of content that is better known to the general public.
This service is, at present, exclusive to the United States and the United Kingdom. In addition, it is expected to arrive in Germany later this year. In the regions where it is present, viewable via Fire TV, Prime Video, Amazon Fire, Echo Show, Android TV, Apple TV, Google TV, LG, PlayStation 4 and 5, Roku, Samsung Smart TV (from 2017 onwards), Xbox and Xfinity.
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