These days, if you're looking for a movie (including documentaries) or a TV show to watch, you can bypass your local cable or sat. dish services by checking out one of many video streaming services. Most likely, you're already familiar with Amazon Prime, Disney+, Hulu, Netflix, and more. However, there are actually video streaming services that you can watch for free. I found a great article from where I get my daily dose of gaming (and pop media) news from that I thought I'd share w/ you. It seems, many of these services contain ads, but there is at least one of which you can pay for to remove the ads. Some don't even require you to sign up for an account. Many of them are also compatible with most video streaming devices such as a Fire Stick, Roku, or a web browser. I don't have any personal experience with any of these, so feel free to share your thoughts! Enjoy!

Travis   Admin wrote on 01/26/2021 at 04:37am

I've messed around with Pluto. It's interesting that it has live TV in a sense. Not the channels you're used to but channels set up based on interests. Kinda reminds me of the days when you could fire up Winamp and get a list of shoutcast streams that were airing all kinds of pirated content-- only this time it's legal.

I've unlocked a lot of movies and TV on Vudu via Movies Anywhere but had no idea it also had free stuff.

Azurephile   Super Member   Post Author wrote on 01/26/2021 at 08:18am

Thanks for sharing! I never did listen to shoutcast streams w/ Winamp. I briefly explored this list and found some interesting things I think I'd like to watch. I think at least one site showed me movies I didn't know about that had actors that I haven't seen in a long time. Vudu, I believe, has a lot of what I want to watch, but for a price.

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