If you want to enjoy many of the TV shows and movies Amazon Prime Video has to offer but don't want to pay for Amazon Prime, you're in luck. Amazon is adding over 100 original Prime Video titles to Freevee, the company's free, ad-supported streaming service that already offers thousands of movies and series.
Some of the content coming to Freevee includes popular shows like "A League of Their Own," "The Summer I Turned Pretty," "Goliath," "The Tick," "Homecoming," the first few episodes of "The Terminal List" and "Paper Girls," and the first season of "Upload."
Here's the trailer for "A League of Their Own" so you can get excited about what's coming:
Other Prime Video shows will be heading to Freevee later in the year, according to Amazon, including "The Wheel of Time" and "Reacher."
While all the new content heading to Freevee will be ad-supported, everything will still be available to watch via ad-free streaming on Amazon Prime Video.