Kicking The Tires On A New TV...Advice Needed

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I have Hulu as some of their original content is solid. Did have YTTV for 30 days and liked their sports package much better. Mainly do to the ability to watch 4 games at once. I wish they'd all have it. Playstation Vue had that. Loved adding 4 different types of channels to a screen.

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I found some free movie channels on Roku that are pretty good.

Tubi, Plex, and Pluto TV.

They have some really good movies on that are no edited for tv. All the killing and swearing. Saw Scarface and Reservoir Dogs on these and not scrubbed for tv.

Any other free movie channels?

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Lancer wrote:
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I found some free movie channels on Roku that are pretty good.

Tubi, Plex, and Pluto TV.

They have some really good movies on that are no edited for tv. All the killing and swearing. Saw Scarface and Reservoir Dogs on these and not scrubbed for tv.

Any other free movie channels?
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PlutoTV is great.

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I am thinking of getting rid of YOUTUBE TV.

Nothing wrong w/ the service, it's great, but I don't watch anything on there.

I've been watching NBA/NHL playoffs but just to pass the time. I like the old shows and movies but I can get a lot of those free with other apps like Tubi and Pluto TV.

Just like when I had comcast, so many channels but not much to watch. I like Smithsonian channel but that's about it. I can buy HBO separately when they have shows I am interested in. And I already have an MLB sub for baseball.

If they had a service for just sports + local channels I'd be in.

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