IMDb TV has entered into a licensing agreement with Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer and International for more than 20 scripted TV titles, including Desperate Housewives and White Collar.
Per the deal, the programs will roll out on IMDb TV’s free streaming service over the next six months. Every episode of Desperate Housewives, White Collar, My So-Called Life and The Glades are all currently available on the service. Full seasons of Lost, Malcolm in the Middle and Ally McBeal will soon be added to IMDb TV, which will be the exclusive free streaming service for all episodes of Lost and Malcolm in the Middle.
IMDb TV, available as an app on FireTV and a free channel within the Prime Video and IMDb apps across hundreds of devices, is a free streaming video service with thousands of movies and TV shows and limited commercials. Among the shows currently available on the platform are Chicago Fire, The Middle and Friday Night Lights. Movies such as Shrek Forever After, The Fury and Stranger Than Fiction can be streamed on IMDb TV as well.