Learn everything we know about Plex including content, price, release date, and more.
What is Plex?
Stream movies and TV shows, plus 200+ live TV channels, instantly, without a subscription. Watch your favorite TV shows and series, live channels and free movies anywhere, from any device, with Plex.
What will Plex include?
Live streaming movies has never been easier with Plex. Stream movies free from Crackle, Paramount, AMC, Magnolia, Relativity, Lionsgate, and more! Enjoy hundreds of free, full length movies from every genre: action movies, anime movies, horror movies, children’s movies, dramas, comedies, documentaries, and much more.
How much will Plex cost?
Plex is accessible as a free service as well as a paid tier known as Plex Pass. While the free tier does not charge you on a monthly basis, there is a $5 platform activation cost if you wish to use the Plex Android and iOS applications. Premium membership is $5 per month, $40 per year, or $120 for lifetime access.
How can I watch Plex?
- Sign up. Get a free Plex account.
- Get Plex. Download Plex on the device where you store your media.
- Add media. We support tons of different file types.
- Start streaming. Enjoy your media on all of your devices.
How to sign up for Plex?
You can sign up on Plex here. Click the Sign-Up button in the menubar to bring you to a form where you can create a new Plex account.
- Continue with Google: Sign up using your Google Account. A new window from Google will appear for confirmation.
- Continue with Facebook: Sign up using your Facebook Account. A new window from Facebook will appear for confirmation.
- Continue with Apple: Sign up using your Apple account. You will be redirected to Apple’s site for confirmation.
- Directly with Email: Sign up using your email address and create a password. Be sure to double-check that you entered both correctly!
What device can I watch Plex on?
- Browsers: Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and Safari.
- Mobile Apps: Android, iOS.
- Tablets: Android and iOS.
- Desktop/Laptop computers: macOS, Windows.
- Smart TVs: LG, Samsung, Hisense, VIZIO, and Roku TV.
- Streaming Devices: Amazon Alexa. Amazon Fire TV. Android TV. Apple TV.
- Gaming Consoles: PlayStation and Xbox.
Does Plex offer a free trial?
Plex is accessible as a free service as well as a paid tier known as Plex Pass. During the free trial of Plex Pass, you may watch repeats of old TV episodes, new programming, news channels, and children's material. Furthermore, instead of the typical two weeks for paying Plex subscribers, the program guide only extends 48 hours into the future.
Is there a Plex app?
Our Plex app for Windows and Mac PCs is a standalone application with the same design as our normal web app, but with considerably more robust playing features and the option to download content for offline usage.
Whether you have an iPhone, Android, Roku, Smart TV, Xbox, or another device, you should download a Plex App from our website or the app store for your device. Check the list of applications on the Plex Downloads page and follow the instructions for your desired device.
What channels do you get on Plex?
The full list of channels added today are, with summaries from Plex:
- AfroLandTV (Global)
- WildEarth (Global)
- Johnny Carson TV (Global)
- The Carol Burnett Show (Global)
- MMA TV (Global)
- USA TODAY (Global)
- USA TODAY Sportswire (Global)
- Motorvision TV (Spanish, available in the US, Latin America, and Spain)
- MST3K (US and Canada)
- Shout! Factory TV (US and Canada)
- Tribeca Channel (US and Canada)
- Love Nature en Español (US)
- The Walking Dead Universe (US)
- BUZZR (US)
- Motorvision TV (Portuguese, available in Brazil)
Is Plex worth getting?
The Plex Pass also provides intro skipping, 4K support, mobile synchronization for offline watching, multi-user support, parental controls, movie trailers, and music features like lyrics and offline playing. Clearly, all of them are fantastic benefits. However, for the vast majority of users, they are completely unnecessary.
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