Brazzers network might just be the most widely recognized name in pornography today. Even if you’re just a casual porn watcher (we know you’re not, ya fuckin perv), you’ve likely heard of Brazzers. They are notorious for providing some of the highest quality content, sexiest porn stars, and well-executed extended scenes. It also probably doesn’t hurt that they seem to have ad space on nearly every free porn site on the web.

Brazzers got its start in 2005 by a group of investors in Montreal and has since become a subsidiary of the conglomerate, Mindgeek, putting them alongside other giants of the adult video world, Pornhub and Redtube. Brazzers has built quite the reputation for themselves, winning multiple AVN (Adult Video News) awards every year since 2009. Among their many accolades are Best Adult Website, Best New Video Production Company, Best Big Bust (Big Tits at School), Best Membership Website, and Best Art Direction (Storm Kings). You would be hard-pressed to find a more consistently top-notch membership network out there today.

I have always been curious to see for myself what all the hype was about, so I finally decided to subscribe. There are many things Brazzers is doing right and a few things that I would expect such a high-profile paid porn site to be much better at. So, without further ado, let’s get into it.

  • big network with 30+ sites
  • high-quality content in full hd
  • brazzers’ exclusive porn you won’t find anywhere else
  • watch 1750+ pornstars who starred in brazzers porn videos
  • commitment to a more “classic” kind of porn
  • world-renowned actresses
  • older videos may have poor quality
  • website user interface is not the best
  • you need to pay to access the world’s most popular premium porn site