Vizio’s Fall Premieres Adds More Than 70 New Titles To WatchFree+

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Vizio WatchFree+ users now have more than 70 new titles available to watch for free, thanks to the company’s Fall Premieres content drop.


WatchFree+ is Vizio’s own streaming service and it can only be accessed on the company’s smart TVs. Last month, M/LUX launched on WatchFree+, offering viewers access to additional luxury lifestyle content.

Today, another 70 new titles have been added to WatchFree+. For example, Vizio users can now stream exclusive series and movies like Ben & Jen: Never Say Never and Tim McGraw & Faith Hill: Country Lovin’. Other new titles available to stream on Watch free+ include Weird Al: Never Off Beat, Ben Is Back with Julia Roberts, and St. Vincent with Bill Murray and Melissa McCarthy.


We’re excited for audiences to stream over 70 on demand titles, new to WatchFree+ for Fall Premieres,” said Katherine Pond, Group Vice President of Platform Content and Partnerships of VIZIO. “Thanks to the collaboration with our content partners and our data-informed approach, this fresh programming slate delivers VIZIO users free access to all of the drama, reality, and action they’ve come to expect from traditional fall premieres.”

Fall Premieres has also resulted in additional content being added to the live channels side of WatchFree+. For example, true crime movie premieres like Mind Investigators and Fred & Rose West: The House of Horrors can be found on Investigation (channel 350), food and travel shows like Hotel Hell and Exotic Islands on Fork & Flight (channel 500), ParaNorman and Crisis on the Free Movie Network (channel 199), and Alien Disclosure Files and History’s Most Haunted series on SciFi+ (channel 203).

For any Vizio TV users interested in checking out any of the newly added titles, simply open the WatchFree+ app or click on the Fall Premieres banner on the VIzio Home screen.

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