Free and Unlimited Movies and TV Shows with Amazon’s FireStick

Follow along with us in this guide to get your Firestick ready for some real binge watching! You can get all the movies and series for free in your Fire TV device.

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One of the best options for streaming content out there is Amazon’s Firestick. This tiny little device plugs directly into the HDMI port on your TV but it is one of the most powerful devices out there! Not only does it offer good speed and processing power, it is literally unparalleled in the number of apps it offers as its built around the Android operating system. Follow along with us in this guide to get your Firestick ready for some real binge watching! You can get all the movies and series for free in your Fire TV device.

Since some content may be geo-restricted or banned in certain regions of the world, in order to maintain anonymity whilst installation and side-loading of the app, it is recommended that you use a VPN. A VPN or a Virtual Private Network secures your privacy by not sending any information regarding your streams, downloads, and content to your ISP.

VPN’s are NOT created equal though, so make sure that you do your research carefully before selecting a specific company. One key point is that you need to stay far, far away from free VPNs as not only do they significantly slow down your viewing, there have been cases where these tools have actually ended up installing malicious software on your device!

Our best recommendation is ExpressVPN – it has a specific client that is custom built for the Firestick which makes it super easy to setup and install, but even better it has servers all over the world. You don’t have to worry about slowdowns and you also do not need to worry about geoblocking with ExpressVPN. Even better – We’ve got a special offer for our readers giving you 49% off! Apply the discount clicking in this link.

Would you like to know more? Here are 5 reasons why you need a VPN while streaming.

Terrarium TV

Terrarium TV - Free Movies and SeriesI’ve talked about Terrarium TV in a previous post but it’s probably the single best “all in one” app that I have used in order to watch free movies and tv shows on Amazon’s Firestick. I’d recommend that you read our how to Install Terrarium TV post as that will give you all the information you need to get it set up and ready for your Firestick.
If you have followed the listed steps you’ll have one of the best tools for unlimited shows and movies of amazing quality at superfast speeds. This is a binge watcher’s dreams come true!

FreeFlix HQ

FeeFlix HQ - Free Movies and SeriesA very close second for me was FreeFlix HQ. You can read all about how to install and get it set up on your Firestick in our guide and once you’ve got it installed in your system you’ll see that it has quite a bit of similarity with Terrarium TV in terms of overall look and feel.

There are some nice enhancements when you select the actual program or show as you get the option to select the quality of the stream. However, I still give Terrarium TV the prime spot as not only was it the first, it seems to be a bit faster playing content.

Show Box

Show Box - Free Movies and SeriesThe third all-in-one app that you need to install is called Show Box – simply follow the instructions in our guide. Depending on the version of your Firestick you might also need to install another app called Mouse Toggle for Fire TV. You can get this directly from the Play Store so check out our post on installing the Google Play Store on your device if you have not already done this.

Once you have got Show Box setup you will find that the interface looks very different to Terrarium and FreeFlix however it is very visually appealing with large banner-style posters and presents a nice overall view of TV and Movies on a single screen.

Hopefully, these three apps will help you really get started & you will get many hours of viewing enjoyment!

 

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