How IMDb TV Plans to Be Your Parents’ Favorite Streaming Service

Amazon’s free streaming service is expanding and wants to create the “modern broadcast network”

The newest streaming service has been hiding in plain sight for the last two years and wants to appeal to those who are fans of older-skewing broadcast dramas like “Law & Order” and “NCIS.”

IMDb TV, Amazon’s free ad-supported streaming service, is plotting an expansion to join the gold rush that is direct-to-consumer digital video. Peak TV has given way to Peak Streaming. Ryan Pirozzi, co-head of content and programming at IMDb TV, is fine if viewers have never heard of IMDb TV.

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Tim Baysinger

Tim Baysinger

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