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What is Freevee, and how can I watch it?

Freevee is a free, ad-supported streaming video channel that’s only available in the United States. You can watch via the Freevee app or on their website using your laptop, home computer, Amazon Prime Video app or on Amazon Fire TV device.

Freevee gives viewers the chance to watch a vast selection of TV shows and masses of blockbuster Hollywood movies.

The best thing about Freevee is the content is completely free to their viewers. You don’t have to sign up to a subscription or provide any credit card information.

You might think that a free service won’t offer you the type of quality viewing other channels and services do—but you’d be wrong!

If you’re looking for movies like The Social Network, Gravity, Megamind, Hacksaw Ridge and La La Land, you won’t be disappointed. If you’d rather dip into an episode of Fringe, Heroes, Without a Trace or Gordon Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares, they’ve got you covered there too!

And it’s all thanks to Amazon! By making the right deals with Warner Bros., Sony Pictures Entertainment, MGM Studios and some of the other big industry players, Freevee offers a superb catalog of free viewing.

How can I watch Freevee with StreamLocator?

The intelligent system provided by StreamLocator makes Freevee think you’re watching their content from one of the US territories.

Wherever you are in the world, we provide you with a virtual American location, and all that wonderful content becomes available for you to watch whenever you choose.

No complicated settings or software installation required

There isn’t any software to install on your devices, or complicated IP or DNS settings to juggle every time you want to access a different location or service. StreamLocator is always on and ready for action; it won’t affect your network speed, how you use the Internet or your offline operation.

In fact, StreamLocator doesn’t affect your Internet operation in any way at all, apart from giving you the access you need to all that previously unavailable viewing.

Because it manages your location at the router, you don’t have to worry about which device you’re using. StreamLocator takes care of business on any device you choose. All you have to do is select the StreamLocator WiFi network instead of your usual option, and that’s that!

Freevee can be accessed via any web browser or by using their apps—you can find apps for most smart devices, including Amazon Fire TV devices.

All you need to do is plug your StreamLocator router into your existing WiFi router, and complete the few simple steps to create your account. Once that’s sorted you can connect from anywhere in your home, as many times as you want, with as many different devices connecting to as many different countries as you need.

There’s nothing quite like it!

How to watch Freevee from outside the USA

Freevee racks its viewer’s locations using geolocation technology. So if you’re not in the US, then you won’t be permitted access. However, to get around the location problem, VPN, DNS switches or Smart DNS help to change your location and replace it with a valid option.

To view Freevee from outside the USA, you’ll need to utilize one of those workarounds.

How to register for Freevee TV from outside the USA

Once StreamLocator has worked its magic and provided you with full access to Freevee's services, you’ll need to register an IMDb account. You don’t need a credit card or any payment provision; all you need is an email address.

You’ll need to create a new account with the StreamLocator connected, one that is registered to a US address. Once you’ve got that sorted, all you have to worry about is what you want to watch.

Do you need a VPN or DNS to watch Freevee from outside the USA?

There are a few different ways of switching location information to watch geolocation blocked services. VPN and DNS switching are a couple of the most well-known methods. Depending on the situation, one of these might be preferable over the other. This is usually down to the security systems administered by the service’s servers.

StreamLocator is always a step ahead. It uses a combination of different technologies and unique hardware to take care of all communication. It’s the best solution in every situation—by far.

VPN is a great tool for protecting your data when you’re accessing the Internet over a shared network. Hackers and data-spies love shared networks, as the security levels often make it easy to infiltrate your devices. A VPN will protect you from this, but when it comes to watching international TV services from home, there’s nothing like StreamLocator.

We’ve created the simplest system to make each different server think you’re exactly where they need you to be. Our unique router box communicates with them to find out what they need and switches you straight over. You’ll get all the access you need without having to lift a finger.

How to unblock Freevee

Unblocking Freevee from anywhere in the world is easy with StreamLocator. Plug in your router, select our network, create your new US Amazon/Freevee account and off you go.

Our router is simple to install, as is creating your unique user account. Unblocking international services has never been so easy.

Does StreamLocator allow me to watch Freevee for free?

Absolutely. Because Freevee is a free service, you won’t have to pay a penny. You’ll have to watch a few ads here and there, but that’s a small price to pay for the masses of fantastic viewing they have on offer.

Most popular TV shows on Freevee in the USA

  • Murphy’s Law
  • Leverage
  • The Following
  • Heroes
  • Without a Trace
  • Vincent
  • Monroe
  • Playing House
  • Caprica
  • Men Behaving Badly (British)
  • Escape to the Country
  • Blue Heelers
  • Single-Handed
  • Case Histories
  • White Collar
  • Ally McBeal
  • Army Wives
  • Midsomer Murders
  • Fringe
  • Friday Night Lights

Most popular movies on Freevee in the USA

  • Denial
  • La La Land
  • A Monster Calls
  • The Age of Innocence
  • Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
  • The Remains of the Day
  • Made of Honor
  • Finding Forrester
  • Lion
  • 3 Days of Normal
  • Midnight in Paris
  • Zoo
  • Much Ado About Nothing
  • The Deep End of the Ocean
  • The Secret of Moonacre
  • Something’s Gotta Give
  • Paris, je t’aime
  • Gray Matters
  • Nola