Seeka, available free at watch.seeka.tv, offers more than 300 episodes from 40 web series. Highlighted shows include The Pantsless Detective (comedy noir), 20 Seconds to Live (horror/comedy), Theater People (comedy) and Doomsdate (“romantic comedy with zombies”). Seeka’s platform allows users to schedule “Watch Parties” that enable a group of friends to watch together – with a single play/pause control and chat panel.
The new “Peeks Drive-In,” meanwhile, allows users of the Peeks app to watch free movies together while chatting with each other. Peeks said the “Drive-In” library contains more than 500 movies and documentaries. When The Savvy Screener logged in, two docs – titled Steam Punk Era Muslim Converts and Tupac – Conspiracy – were live. Peeks said it would add new titles weekly. You can download the Peeks app from the iOS App Store or Google Play.
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