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How to Watch CW Shows After They Leave Hulu

Update: The CW Network has released a new streaming service on many popular streaming players. You can find out more about the new FREE service HERE. The deal is done! CW shows are leaving Hulu for Netflix, but don’t expect next day content on Netflix like you got with Hulu. “Since the initial landmark deal […]

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Cord Cutting 101 Part One: Getting Started

Cord Cutting can sound scary at first with a ton of options and decisions to be made, but you will find it is surprisingly easy and you may already have everything you need. We want to be here to help you cancel cable TV and legally stream your content online so you pay less and […]

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How to Watch MSNBC Online Without Cable

Just because you are a cord cutter does not mean you want to miss out on news. For a long time being a cord cutter meant giving up on MSNBC, ESPN, and other great live content. TV shows and movies can be watched later and still be enjoyed just as much as watching them live […]

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How to Watch Every UFC Event as a Cord Cutter

UFC FIGHT PASS is your ticket to all the MMA action, including hundreds of past and live events, Exclusive UFC FIGHT PASS Prelims, never-before-seen footage of your favorite fighters, plus original shows like Where Are They Now? and Lookin’ For A Fight. The best part they even have a 7-day FREE trail! So try it […]

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The Best TV Antennas of 2016

An antenna for your TV is a great way to get FREE TV. A recent informal survey on the Cord Cutters News Facebook page showed that on average, respondents pulled in an impressive 48 free over-the-air channels. An antenna can get you everything from movie channels and classics to new local stations offering 24/7 weather and news […]

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