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.
uNoGS (unofficial Netflix online Global Search) allows anyone to search the global Netflix catalog.
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.
Add TV information to your website or app with our easy to use REST API. The TVMaze API uses JSON and conforms to the HATEOAS / HAL principles.
The unofficial Hulu API - Hulu being one of the most popular video on demand services, others being Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+ and HBO
A public RESTful API that provides access to Hydra Movies entire data set of more than 3,500 movies - data that may be useful to other webmasters and film buffs alike. Users can obtain the following information from each film title: - Movie Title - Movie Year - Genre - Movie Synopsis - Movie Poster – via URL path - IMDB ID - IMDB Rating - Runtime - Language - YouTube trailer video ID
IMDb is the world’s largest source of global entertainment content including information on movies, TV shows, and celebrities. It has information on over 6 million titles and over 10 million individuals like actors, producers, directors, etc. It also boasts the world’s largest entertainment fan community with ratings, reviews, and more.
The official API offers developers access to all the data at the enterprise-scale and latency. IMDb offers API products and bulk data access with tiered pricing levels based on specific needs.
There are other unofficial APIs available as well that offer access to the IMDb data.
Developers write applications that send requests to the API, which then processes the request and returns results.
An example is a search method that developers call to get back detail about a specific movie, show, or person.
The API will receive the search request with the search expression such as a movie title and return a result based on that search.
IMDb API is for developers that want to access the most complete database of entertainment content on the planet. Businesses can help customers find information about films, box office stats, and reviews.
IMDb is the world’s largest source of entertainment content in the world. Developers that want to include entertainment related content into their apps should definitely use IMDB APIs.
APIs offer methods for searching content including movie or TV show titles, by episodes, keywords, and more. There are methods specifically for getting subtitles, trailers, and ratings. They provide robust documentation that describes key concepts, versioning, formats, etc, as well as Swagger documentation to help developers test their API calls.
One example of a free OMDb API is the IMDb-API which advertises itself as a web service for movie, serial, and cast information. It includes movie specs, images, posters, trailers, ratings, and more. To use this API you will need an API key, which you can register for free on their website.
All IMDb 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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