Popcorn Time is a streaming application with tons of movies, TV shows, and series from newly released to olden times. It is available on Android, Mac, Linux, Windows, and Android TV. Most of the content available on Popcorn Time is pirated and completely illegal to stream. If you have new Google TV, then you can also access Popcorn Time directly on your device. There are two possible ways to stream Popcorn Time on Chromecast with Google TV device, and they are

  • Sideloading Popcorn Time
  • Cast Popcorn Time

Note – This article is just for educational purposes, and we don’t encourage our viewers to stream any kind of entertainment on pirated applications.

Sideloading Popcorn Time on Google TV

[1] Click on the Search option from the home screen.

Home screen

[2] Search or say downloader using the Google TV remote.

Search

[3] Download and install the application from the Google TV store.

Install

[4] Before launching the app, go to settings and turn on the Unknown sources toggle.

Popcorn time on Google TV

To enable that go to Settings >> Apps >> Security & Restrictions >> Unknown sources >> Downloader >> Turn on

[4] Then launch the downloader from Your Apps and enter the URL: https://bit.ly/3tGdPXC.

Popcorn time on Google TV

[5] Click on the Go option to download and install the Popcorn Time app.

[6] After installation, launch the app and stream the available contents.

Alternate Ways

If you are not willing to sideload the application on your Google TV device, then you cast Popcorn Time from your smartphone or PC to the Google TV connected TV screen. Instead of streaming illegal apps, you can try using applications like Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu, Disney +, etc., to stream media on your Google TV device, which is completely legal to stream with the subscription.

Before accessing Popcorn time on any device, it is better to have an active VPN service to avoid being tracked or monitored online. If you have any queries make use of the comments section below. Keep an eye on our site for more Google TV updates.