Vudu is an American digital video store and streaming service. It is part of Fandango Media, a joint venture between Warner Bros., NBCUniversal, and Discovery. Its business model is based on the concept of “convenience over selection.”
With over three thousand free movies and television series, Vudu offers something for every taste and budget. Its free library includes thousands of titles, ranging from direct-to-video schlock to anime like Naruto. The free library is still worth checking out on its own, and the selection of movies and TV shows changes regularly. Nevertheless, the free library is still worth checking out, and you can expect it to continue to grow over time.
The best thing about Vudu is that the majority of its content is free. The site allows users to filter content by genre, and it also displays reviews and ratings from the public. In addition to this, you can find preview cards for different types of content, including Rotten Tomatoes ratings, Vudu user ratings, and age suggestions. Vudu also has a separate free section, which features thousands of ad-supported movies.
While you can’t watch Netflix movies on Vudu, you can still access the physical versions of films and TV shows. You can often find a redemption code on the packaging of Blu-ray discs, and these codes unlock digital versions of your purchases. Some of these codes have the Play Anywhere logo on them, and older UltraViolet codes should still work. Once you have a code, all you have to do is load the content’s Vudu page, click the Redeem button, enter the code, and click Submit.