If you are a subscriber to YouTube Premium service there is good news for you. YouTube Premium was formally known as YouTube Red and it is a paid subscription service, it allows subscribers to watch movies for free now. The service is very similar to Netflix streaming streaming service. Subscribers pay $11.99 monthly charge to enjoy these premium services and the same applies to YouTube Music service.
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YouTube have become advertisers hub because of the massive traffic they have. It is independently confirmed that YouTube have nearly 2 billion monthly visitors to it site. YouTube reaches more 18-34-year-olds in the U.S. than any other TV network – at least in the mobile space.
What YouTube Premium Offers!
YouTube Premium earlier this year and allowed users to watch free music,videos ad-free. This includes their own original content like the Karate Kid revival series, “Cobra Kai.”
Now YouTube Premium will be showing full-length feature films.
Watch Movies On YouTube For Free
There is a new subsection within their Movies & Shows category. Nestled between New Releases, where you can rent or buy new movies, and Top Selling is now a Free to Watch option. It’s a recent addition YouTube quietly rolled out last month.
You shouldn’t expect the latest movie for free, but you can watch dozens of movies for free. The full length available free and accompanied with adverts in intervals. These ads can be distracting , well, that’s the price to pay.
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Movies you can watch
Most on the movies on YouTube service appears to be from movie studio MGM but that still offer a plethora of movies to chose from. Let me emphasis the movies are blast from the past, don’t be expecting Avengers: Infinity War.
Some of the movies available includes the original “Terminator”and the Billy Crystal/Danny DeVito classic, “Throw Momma From the Train.”
Also included is every “Rocky” movie from the first through “Rocky V,” or one of Leonardo DiCaprio’s early films, “The Man in the Iron Mask.” If you’d rather laugh, there are options like “Zookeeper,” “Legally Blonde” and some of the original “Pink Panther” films.
There are movies directed toward the younger audience, including “All Dogs Go To Heaven” and “Cody Banks.” There are also numerous options you’ve probably never even heard of.