I'm not sure everyone knows about this. It's kinda lost in the clutter. You probably know about IMDb, short for the Internet Movie Database, the website that is an online encyclopedia for TV shows offering information on 5+ million movie and TV show titles with everything from cast breakdowns to ratings, fan reviews, and production details for pretty much every title you might want to Google. Originally a fan-maintained site, not unlike Wikipedia, it’s been an Amazon subsidiary since 1998. In January 2019 Amazon launched IMDb TV as a free ad-supported service for streaming movies and TV shows in the U.S. These days you can access it on most devices. They offer a lot of movies plus what we would have called in the old days "syndicated" TV shows. The Cord Cutters News article Here is Everything Coming To Amazon’s Free IMDb TV Streaming Service in February 2020 had a few comments which reflected that many just can't stand to watch TV with commercials but also this informative one: I watch quite a few tv shows on Imdb. I normally only see 3 breaks of commercials in an hour episode. Each break is maybe 60 seconds. That's 3 minutes of commercials an episode. I can handle that. I just finished an episode of Chicago Fire and it didn't have any commercials. I'll admit that's the first time I've not had any. You can read earlier listings on Cord Cutters. IMDb TV has some original TV shows. This leads me to believe that Amazon with its Prime Video and IMDb TV is going to continue to be an effective player in the streaming business. Thus, while the Peacock and Disney+ services begin with huge libraries of old stuff, Bezos intends for Amazon to be a meaningful player in the video streaming landscape. The reality for our household is that Prime Video is free - we were Prime members decades before Prime Video was added and benefit from buying stuff enough that the Video is just a nice addition.