Nites TV no more, but alternatives exist

Nites TV has met its inevitable end after growing concerns over user safety, and copyright infringement got DMCA to shut it down.

If you are dismayed at losing access to all the movies and TV shows that Nites TV promised us for free, we have explored a few alternatives that may you cheer up.

Before we go into listing a few of such options though, we would like to clarify that by no means would we advise or encourage our readers to stream content illegally. Please use this information wisely with sound judgment and with awareness (and in compliance) of your local laws

Now that we have the disclaimer out of our way, lets dig in.

AZM is a website similar to Nites TV that has popped up recently, that streams the latest movies in HD for free. It has a vibrant catalog that includes popular foreign language movies from across Asia, apart from your usual Hollywood suspects.

While AZM specializes in only HD movies, its sister site Noxx has all the TV shows you want.

AZM is truly a copy of Nites TV in terms of how the site looks like, and how it functions by hosting multiple streaming platforms on its servers. Even its copyright disclaimer sounds notoriously similar.

“Disclaimer: No copyrighted or illegal content is hosted on this website. all content is hosted on non-affiliated third-party websites.”

Thus the legal and safety concerns with this site are similar to that of Nites TV. If you are worried, we have addressed these legal and safety concerns in detail here.

Tubi TV

If you are concerned about your safety and don’t want to risk legal action by accessing your content through sites whose legitimacy is under doubt, but still paying for content is not an option, then Tubi TV is an alternative you may want to explore.

Tubi is an ad-supported video-on-demand service with over 20,000 movies and television shows from major Hollywood studios.

Tubi is available in the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand and can be accessed on over 25 devices – the most of any ad-supported video-on-demand service, if their claim is to be believed.


This is a media platform that allows you to watch movies, series, YouTube channels instantly. You can watch a wide variety of content in HD, with subtitles. It mostly works on the peer-to-peer video sharing concept.

What makes its library super-rich is it sources its content directly from legit streaming platforms like Netflix Filmon, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and so on. It also allows you to cast on your preferred screen using DLNA, Chromecast, or AppleTV.

It also comes with an add-on that lets you stream torrents. The freemium version has limited functions, obviously, but you can get full access with a one time fee.

Popcorn Time

This multi-platform service is a mecca for endless streamable videos. It is open-source, and hence free. It runs on a program that fetches torrents directly from the swarm and thus there’s hardly a cap to how much you can stream on it.

It also supports HD viewing, and comes with multilingual subtitles and dubs. The best thing is that it runs on almost any operating system – Windows, Mac, Android, Linux and even Android TV.

Its endless catalog can get overwhelming to use, but if you know what you are looking for, this is the best free opensource streaming service out there.
It has a long-standing history of being resilient to government regulations, and keep making comebacks, whenever taken down.


Out of all the alternatives we explored, this one seemed to have the most refreshing take on movie streaming. Zion is an app-only-based streaming platform that promises the latest popular TV shows and movies available across OTT platforms in one space.

It is specifically designed for android TV and hence supports most casting devices. It gives you access to torrent services like Debrid so you can download, stream and cast simultaneously on your home device.

It also supports subtitles that you can directly search from its third-party library, and also allows to you pick up where you left off.

The catch is that all of this is only available for free if you join their Zion Club, and right now they are running promotions for a free lifetime membership if you share TvZion links with your friends.

Perhaps, this one is also a more legit-sounding approach to making its free-to-watch library accessible.