There are so many streaming TV networks, yet so little time these days. What to watch and download or subscribe to has overwhelmed a lot of folks. But Tubi is making it easy as it’s A) free service and B) available for devices like Firestick, Roku, or just a plain old Smart TV.
Halloween sees the free streamer go to considerable lengths to become your scary movie destination. “Tubi viewers devour horror titles all year long, so we’ve made ‘Terror on Tubi’ extra enticing,” said Adam Lewinson, Chief Content Officer, Tubi told TV Shows Ace in a press statement. “With more than 5,000 horror and paranormal titles and four bone-chilling originals, Tubi ramps up its position as a formidable force in horror.”
Plus, there are four new “firsts” Tubi Halloween originals, including Meet, Marry, Murder; Harland Manor; and FOX alternative produced Famously Haunted, Amityville, and Celebrity Exorcism.
The Tubi terror begins.
Tubi, FOX Entertainment’s free streaming service, announced today “Terror on Tubi,” it’s scary good streaming Halloween celebration, which kicks off this entire October.
Tubi’s expansive Halloween movie collection, with more than 5,000 horror and paranormal titles from which to choose is dubbed, “Terror on Tubi,” and bonus content from the streaming service in four Tubi Originals as well as a considerable amount of haunting and heart-pounding films for horror and paranormal enthusiasts.
They will debut 140+ hours of all-new content, including original programming from FOX Alternative Entertainment (FAE). Tubi has more than 35,000 movies and television series from more than 250 content partners, including every major studio, in addition to the largest live local and national news channels. All for free.
So what’s on Tubi in October?
All of the “Terror on Tubi” offerings are available for free on the platform.
ORIGINAL “TERROR ON TUBI” PROGRAMMING:
MEET, MARRY, MURDER (October 6)
This 13-part true-crime series is hosted and executive-produced by actress Michelle Trachtenberg (“Gossip Girl”). It explores the true stories of people whose partners were murderers and features interviews with witnesses to discuss the tragic unions. The series is from FilmRise and FirstLookTV and is executive-produced by Will Hanrahan, Gillian Carter, Danny Fisher, and Max Einhorn.
FAMOUSLY HAUNTED: AMITYVILLE (October 15)
When Amityville killer Ronnie Defeo died behind bars this year, social media blew up with a new wave of armchair detectives and paranormal experts obsessed with the true horror story that shattered this Long Island village nearly 50 years ago. Now, just in time for Halloween, FOX Alternative Entertainment takes a fresh look at how six shocking murders spawned one of the terrifying ghost stories in American history.
CELEBRITY EXORCISM (October 22)
Starring Jodie Sweetin (“Full House”), Shar Jackson (“Moesha”), and Metta World Peace (NBA Champion and All-Star), these celebs will come together for an old-fashioned fright fest. With the help of an acclaimed exorcist, this team of brave celebrities enrolls in a paranormal boot camp as we’ve never seen before – journeying to exorcise an iconic haunted location. Do you dare to join them?
HARLAND MANOR (October 29)
Directed by Steven R. Monroe (“The Exorcism of Molly Hartley,” “I Spit on Your Grave”) and co-written by Steven R. Monroe and John Thaddeus (“Sea of Love”), this stars Camille Sullivan (“Intelligence”), Summer H. Howell (“Cult of Chucky”), Dion Johnstone (“Sweet Magnolias”) and Josh Strait (“The Ice Road”) as a team of paranormal investigators who document the haunted Harland Manor, only to find themselves hunted by the evil ghosts that still dwell there.
Tubi will offer more than 5,000 horror and paranormal titles to celebrate Halloween.
Titles include “Life After Beth,” “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” “Astral,” “Bones,” “Captivity,” “The Reaping,” “Virus,” “The Awakening,” “Wer,” “P2,” “Rest Stop,” “Rest Stop: Don’t Look Back,” “Curve,” “I Spit On Your Grave,” “I Spit On Your Grave 2,” “Rosemary’s Baby (2014),” “Buffy the Vampire Slayer (film),” “The Hills Have Eyes 2,” “Predators,” “Paranormal Prison,” “Flight 7500,” “The Fog (1980),” “The Vatican Tapes,” “Dracula (1931),” “The Mummy (1932),” “Waking the Dead,” “Virus (1999),” “Snow White: A Tale of Terror,” “Rosewood Lane” and more.
Tubi, a division of FOX Entertainment, is an ad-supported video on demand (AVOD) service with movies and television shows from nearly every major Hollywood studio.