IMDb TV is Now Available on Comcast X1 and Flex

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Amazon’s free streaming service, IMDb TV, is now available to Comcast X1 and Flex customers. Xfinity customers using X1 and Flex can access the app by saying “IMDb TV” into their Xfinity Voice Remote.

With IMDb TV, viewers will get a library of free streaming
content, along with originals from Amazon Studios including the docuseries Luke
Bryan: My Dirt Road Diary
 and scripted drama Leverage:
The original dramedy Pretty Hard Cases will
premiere on September 10.

Recently, IMDb TV announced a deal to bring a collection of
shows from producer Norman Leer to the service. Some of the iconic titles from
Lear include All in the Family, Good Times, Maude, One Day at a Time, 227,
Diff’rent Strokes, The Jeffersons, Sanford and Sanford & Son.

IMDb TV is available as a free channel in the Prime Video
app and as a free app on Fire TV and third party devices.

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