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  1. Are there any other sites where you can watch TV series and movies except on netflix?
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    Moved your post to a thread were you can get more help.Amazon prime is a site where you can watch tv and movies.
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    There are many legal alternatives to Netflix. Here are a few of them...

    Paid: Amazon Prime, YouTube, Hulu, EPIX, VUDU

    Free: Tubi, XUMO
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    You can also look at moviesfoundonline, seems to an index to movies on the free sites. For example,
    https://moviesfoundonline.com/genre/1970s/
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  5. Living under a rock for the last 10 or 15 years? Go to any of the streaming devices' web sites and look at the supported streaming apps. For example:

    https://channelstore.roku.com/browse
    https://store.google.com/product/gtv_apps_and_partners?hl=en-US

    And that's just the tip of the ice burg. The sites supported by those apps usually have apps for all platforms including Web browsers.
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    Crackle is another one.
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  7. legal and free, lots of them, but be prepared for a ton of adverts.

    I was recently using the firestick to watch the original Django movie on one of the free movie channels.

    It came with repeating back to back adverts for Asda, and I mean back to back repeating, non stop.

    How I made it through the film is remarkable.
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    i watch Amazon Prime. i binge watched Man In The High Castle in evenings over a couple weeks. it was a four year series, but i kinda treated it like a multi-part movie. some parts are in German or Japanese but there are English subtitles.
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