Search for TV shows & movies on Google

When you search for TV shows and movies, Google can make suggestions to help you decide what to watch.

Find a TV show or movie to watch

  1. On your computer, go to google.com.
  2. Search what to watch.
    • Tip: You can also search for what to watch by streaming service, topic, genre, and more. For example, you can search Hulu movies or 90's romantic comedies.
  3. Click a movie or TV show.
  4. Under "Available on," select a streaming service.

Add your streaming & TV subscriptions 

You can add TV and streaming services you're subscribed to so you only get results for shows or movies you can watch.

  1. On your computer, go to google.com.
  2. Search for what to watch. For example, search true crime shows.
  3. At the top of search results, click + Providers.
  4. Select your subscriptions.
  5. Click Save.
Tip: You can also search for what to watch without any subscriptions.

Rate what you've watched 

You can rate what you watch to get better recommendations in the future and help others make decisions about what to watch.

  1. On your computer, go to google.com.
  2. Search for a movie or TV show.
  3. On the right, next to the rating from Google users, click Like Like or Dislike Dislike.
Tip: To find the TV shows and movies you've rated, go to google.com/search/contributions/reviews.

Turn off personalized recommendations

If you don't want personalized recommendations, you can turn off Web & App activity. Learn how to control your Web & App activity.

How recommendations work

Movie and TV show recommendations are based on what's popular or trending in Google products, what’s mentioned across the web, and what’s new to streaming services.

If you’re signed in to your Google Account and have Web & App Activity turned on, Google’s recommendations are also based on your activity in Google products including:

  • Past searches and browsing history
  • TV shows or movies you’ve rated
  • Trailers you’ve watched on YouTube

Learn how to view and control activity in your account.

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