Tubi adds more originals and the Jaws franchise in August

Tubi August key art - Courtesy Tubi TV
Tubi August key art - Courtesy Tubi TV /

Tubi is back in August with more documentaries, horror and thrillers to keep you shivering in this year’s scorching summer heat.

Starting with this month’s Tubi Originals, let’s take a look at what you can watch for free.

August 12:

Blind Waters (Tubi Original) – Ah, a beautiful vacation, what could possibly go wrong? A couple is stranded at sea, and have to fight for their lives.

August 16:

Defying Death: Surviving Jaws (Tubi Original Documentary) – Watch and listen as shark attack survivors tell their harrowing stories. The doc also includes the expert advice and knowledge of marine biologists and other experts, who will help to debunk myths about the fascinating creatures.

August 17:

Rock the Boat (Tubi Original) – Ten years ago, Millie lost her entire family. In present day, her friends are dying one at a time, and Millie is forced to consider whether or not the new deaths are somehow connected to her past tragedy.

Twisted Neighbor (Tubi Original) – When a woman moves into a new house, she discovers that her neighbors are not only obsessed with gossip, but also with an app that allows them to chat with one another. When one of them disappears, group chat has it that the new neighbor is to blame.

Also added to the vast Tubi library are:

  • 8mm
  • 88 Minutes
  • Bad Times at the El Royale
  • Final Destination
  • Friday the 13th (2009 reboot)
  • Gremlins
  • Rob Zombie’s Halloween
  • Rob Zombie’s Halloween II
  • Hollow Man
  • Inherit the Viper
  • Jaws
  • Jaws 2
  • Jaws 3-D
  • Jaws: The Revenge
  • Jeepers Creepers
  • Jeepers Creepers 2
  • Red Water
  • Running with the Devil
  • The Long Kiss Goodnight
  • The Shallows
  • V/H/S (The film franchise will be available August 4)

If you know Tubi, you already know their value. If not, here’s the scoop: Although the streaming platform is ad-supported, it is also absolutely free, and films are not edited. You do have to watch commercials, but it’s worth it, because there are no pesky monthly subscription fees. If you want to check it out for yourself, jump on over to their website.

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