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Here’s the Free Streaming Service Comet’s New Weekday Schedule for December

If you’re into classic SciFi content, you probably already know about the free streaming service Comet. The platform offers shows like Babylon 5 and Stargate SG-1 on its channel, all with no subscription fee. Here is how Comet describes their channel: “COMET is a new television channel dedicated to sci-fi entertainment offering popular favorites, cult classics, and undiscovered gems, every […]

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Amazon Fire TV Now Has a Yahoo Video Channel

Yahoo Video is now available on Fire TV devices, giving users a personalized video stream of the news, people, sports, and topics they want to see. Here’s how Yahoo describes the app. Watch your free personalized video reel made from the teams, stocks, and celebs you follow. Simply download the app, select your interests, and […]

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Stream The Holiday Yule Log For Free on Your TV With Tubi

Wishing you had a fireplace to cozy up to this holiday season? How about the next best thing? You can stream a digital version of a crackling Yule Log a-glow with Christmas cheer right on your TV thanks to Tubi. Best of all, it’s completely free. All that’s missing are the chestnuts roasting! Here are […]

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Pluto TV Says The Viacom & CBS Merger Will Move Them “Light Years Ahead” on Their Mission

Yesterday Viacom and CBS merged once again into a single company. With this merger, it brings Pluto TV into the CBS family. Many have wondered what this means for the future of Pluto TV. Now Pluto TV has tweeted support for the merger and how it will help them accelerate their mission to entertain the […]

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23% of Disney+ Subscribers Are Likely to Cancel in Next 6 Months, Survey Shows

A survey by ExpressVPN asked 1500 Disney+ subscribers about their viewing habits and opinions on the streaming service. According to the survey, subscribers are most excited about classic Disney content (48.2%) with original content like The Mandalorian coming in second place (20%) followed by Marvel movies (11.87%), Pixar content (11.6%), the Star Wars franchise (5.8%) […]

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