You Now Can Watch This Streaming TV Service for Free Online

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If you’re looking to cut down the price of TV entertainment — as in, all the way down to “free” — Sling TV has a deal for you.

This major streaming television service, which is owned by Dish Network, is offering 3,000 hours of free content online — all without the need to sign up for a subscription.

According to a Sling TV announcement:

“We just expanded our Sling Free experience to the web, so consumers can access nearly 1,000 free movies and more than 4,000 free TV episodes, purchase Pay-Per-View events and movies or add premier standalone channels — such as NBA League Pass and STARZ — without a base subscription.”

Sling Free formerly was available only to people using Amazon, Android and Roku devices. Now, you can access the freebies online via the Chrome, Safari and Edge internet browsers.

To start watching the movies and TV shows that are now accessible for free online, just visit

There you will see free content arranged in categories like “Free Binge-Worthy Full Series” and “Free Live TV” as well as “Free Drama Movies” and “Free Kids’ Movies.” Click on a free show or movie to start watching it.

“Free” is always a great price — especially at a time when streaming costs are rising, as we reported in January. However, as you would expect, free services generally do not offer the diversity of entertainment options that you will find in services that charge a fee.

So, if you want to find a more robust selection of entertainment options — without having to pay a fortune — check out “4 Streaming TV Services That Cost $20 a Month — or Less.”

For more options, check out Money Talks News’ latest coverage of streaming and cable TV services.

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