Amazon’s ad-supported video-on-demand service has now been rolled out across Apple devices. Formerly known as IMDb TV, the service is the home of a growing number of original productions.
The Amazon-Apple deal means users of Apple TV, iPads and iPhones can now access Freevee, with the service available through a dedicated app from the App Store.
Original productions on Freevee include the spinoff of the longest-running Original series for Prime Video, Bosch: Legacy; a new home-design series, Hollywood Houselift with Jeff Lewis; Greg Garcia’s comedy series Sprung; and High School, a scripted series adapted for television by Clea DuVall, produced by Plan B, and based on the New York Times best-selling memoir by Grammy-nominated, platinum recording artists Tegan and Sara Quin. The service is also the home of Judy Justice, the new show from Judge Judy Sheindlin.
Freevee also includes a library of movies and TV shows such as Babylon 5 and The A Team.