Good News! Even if are not a Netflix subscriber or someone who is still wondering whether to subscribe or not and if the Netflix hype is justified. You can now watch some of the greatest gems on Netflix completely free, titles such as “Stranger Things”, “Murder Mystery”, “Elite”, “Bird Box”, “When They See Us”, “The Two Popes”, “Our Planet”, and Grace and Frankie” are now available for free to non-subscribers in more than 200 countries.
The past year Netflix conducted a similar experiment in some markets to appeal viewers to subscribe to the platform, however, only a few titles were available, with a new strategy the streaming giant has made limited titles free to watch across the globe, and this time the library is pretty vast. To watch these free titles you do not need to create a free account, simply go to this link “https://www.netflix.com/watch-free” and get your free dose of entertainment.
But, of course, there’s a catch, while you can watch movies full movies and skip the advertisement, there is a little disappointment when it comes to Shows. You can only watch the first episodes of the shows being offered, this is to give potential subscribers a taste of Netflix.
While there is no source claiming this, but it is expected that the giant has chosen shows with the best and most intriguing first episodes. This move is expected to lure more people into subscribing to the King on online streaming.
A Netflix spokesperson told TechCrunch in a statement that they were looking for more ways to penetrate into different markets and audiences, “We’re looking at different marketing promotions to attract new members and give them a great Netflix experience,”.
There is little bad news for iOS users as the free titles are watchable on browser only and it does support the iOS browser, while Android users can watch it on their phones as well.
With a population of around 1 Billion and an undying love for video content in India, the company has made “Bard of Blood” free to watch in the country, which is an Indian production. Due to the high poverty rate, Netflix also previously introduced weekly subscriptions in India so that more and more people can access the platform.
Another show, “Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj” has been made completely available on YouTube even though the management first decided to release only the first two episodes available.
It is the first time that the company has made so many titles available for free, the exact number of titles is 10, however, it has not been revealed how long this free scheme is intended to run.