Coming To Redbox Free Streaming For February 2022


2022 marks the 20th anniversary of Redbox. As it celebrates its anniversary the service will move forward with new streaming titles for February. Redbox’s free Ad-Supported Video on Demand (AVOD) and Free Live TV streaming service will add a variety of titles in February featuring curated selections for Valentine’s Day and Black History Month. Among the titles coming to Redbox next month include “Tango and Cash,” “Boogie Nights,” and “Doc Hollywood,” as well as award-winning films “The Upside of Anger,” “Pleasantville,” and “I Am Not Your Negro.”

 The app has grown in scope since its launch with a variety of live streaming channels and on-demand movies. 

Unless noted, the below titles will be available for free on the Redbox app beginning February 1:


“Black Death” (2010)

“Boogie Nights” (1997)

“Centurion” (2010)

“The Darkest Hours” (2011)

“Doc Hollywood” (1991)

“Freelancers” (2012)

“The Homesman” (2014)

“Tango & Cash” (1989)

“DOA: Dead or Alive” (2006) – coming February 18

“Double Dragon” (1994) – coming February 18

“The Proposition” (2005) – coming February 18


Black Voices. Black Stories (Men of the Movies)

“Exit Strategy” (2012)

“Good Hair” (2009)

“Held Up” (1999)

“I Am Not Your Negro” (2016)

“The Janky Promoters” (2009)


Valentine’s Day

“The Accidental Husband” (2008)

“Elvis & Anabelle” (2007)

“Juliet, Naked” (2018)

“Pleasantville” (1998)

“The Upside of Anger” (2005)


New Titles on Redbox Free Live TV

“Faith’s Song” (2017) coming to Redbox Faith & Family on Roku

“The Upside of Anger” (2005) coming to Redbox Romance on Roku

Redbox’s streaming app is available on Roku, Samsung, VIZIO, LG, Xbox, PlayStation, iOS, Android, and many other platforms. The app provides a wide selection of Redbox on Demand movies and TV shows available to stream, as well as its Ad Supported Video On Demand (AVOD) streaming service featuring thousands of free movies. In addition, the Redbox Free Live TV service has over 100 Free Ad Supported Television (FAST) channels offering a wide range of content from The Price is Right: The Barker Era to The Bob Ross channel.