The Free Streaming Service STIRR Adds Six New Channels to Their Lineup




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stirrThe free streaming service STIRR has recently added six new channels to their lineup. iewers can now watch over 90 live channels of news, movies, sports, comedy, and more along with over 3,300 hours of on-demand content.

Fridays (175) was ABC’s late night comedy show that aired on Friday nights from April 1980 to April 1982. The show featured sketch comedy, short films, and parody news, along with musical guests. Now you can relive the show through this STIRR channel.

Laurel & Hardy (176) featured the comedy duo that became popular from the 1920s to the mid 1940s. Featuring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, these classics were full of slapstick comedy. Tune into the STIRR channel to see Laurel & Hardy films all day.

The Lucy Show (185) was Lucille Ball’s follow up to the success of I Love Lucy. The sitcom aired from 1962-1968. Catch the episodes, starring Lucille Ball and Vivian Vance on channel 185.

The Lone Ranger (190) is a western that aired from 1949-1957, starring Clayton Moore as The Lone Ranger. On STIRR, you can watch every episode as the characters travel through the American West and townspeople are left asking who was the masked man.

Real People (195) is a show from the late 70s and early 80s, set up as weekly newsmagazine. Watch episodes that profile human interest stories of the time and tell real stories of real people.

Family Feud (196) is showing classic episodes of the game show. Watch families go head to head with fun, funny, and sometimes completely ridiculous answers to survey questions.

The STIRR app is available on Apple TV, iPad, Android, iPhone, Roku, or online at the STIRR website.

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