Access movie and TV information similar to that of IMDB. Get Title, Year, Metascore Rating, IMDB rating, Release date, Runtime, Genre, Directors, Writers, Actors, Plot, Awards, Posters & tons of other data for each title.
This API helps to query for all information about films, actors, characters,etc... to create a content site/application such as imdb.com
Get Streaming details of Movie and TV Shows. We support 150+ Streaming platforms in US and India such as HBO, YouTube, Netflix , Primve Video, Hotstar, Hulu, etc . (use our OTT Providers endpoint to get the full list OTT providers we support) . In additon to streaming info we also provide basic details on any given movie title.
The API provides a powerful search of movies, games and TV series using multiple filters including availability on streaming services, year of release, ratings and more. Metadata and a poster for each game or movie title is returned as well as deep information about TV series and their seasons and episodes. There is also a Data Match Endpoint to input your own title details and match them to IVA’s professionally curated data set as well as an ID Match Endpoint to get IVA data based on 3rd party IDs such as IMDb, TMDb, etc.
Rotten Tomatoes has become one of the foremost online authorities for movies thanks to its utterly simplistic approach to design — a raw percentage that ranks movie reviews as either positive or negative. It’s an approach that cuts through the inherent complexities of varying movie review formats, but it also means that the database behind the site is a wellspring of information connecting together films and their reviews. Underlying this site and the database is a proprietary API that Rotten Tomatoes uses to give you the information you want.
Hypothetically, Rotten Tomatoes APIs would allow you to use the same reference system that Rotten Tomatoes uses to sort through their information on movies, reviews, and all the metadata related to that. Unfortunately, the API that Rotten Tomatoes uses is private, and there’s no publicly available API that directly taps into the Rotten Tomatoes database. However, there are a number of public APIs that can provide you with comparable information.
Since Rotten Tomatoes doesn’t make their information readily available, these types of APIs instead draw from different film databases. These APIs might be developed by the creators or a third party, but they nevertheless take advantage of the orderly filing system of these databases to filter data in various ways. The quality and breadth of information can vary depending on the purview of the database. The Netflix Unofficial database only includes information on movies that are part of Netflix’s service, while sources like the Internet Movie Database offer comprehensive data sets.
Any app or site developer who wants to be able to manipulate or display information about films can benefit from these APIs. While they’re lacking the review information that Rotten Tomatoes uses to calculate their averages, a single API can be used for practically any important film data.
Film and TV are big industries, and the rise of streaming apps has ensured that viewers have access to more media than ever before. Whether you’re looking to help viewers get viewing suggestions based off their favorite movies, conduct research into gender disparity across genre lines, or just simplify the task of finding the service a movie is streaming on, the breadth of information in these APIs are surprisingly versatile.
Any one of these APIs will provide you with basic information like the cast, character names, release year, and genre. Beyond that, many offer deeper data points — with IMDB including some of the most dense information. It can even get filming location information. Many offer reviews and ratings information, but it draws from the personal databases of the services in question rather than from Rotten Tomatoes.
There are only free Rotten Tomatoes APIs listed here, but most offer premium features with a paid subscription. The unofficial IMDB API is completely free to use, but its functionality is relatively limited.
All Rotten Tomatoes APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.
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