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if you are using youtube as your television there are a lot of bad web serieses out there. (web serieses are like tv serieses but usually shorter, free, and with a lower budget). still, these are the best web serieses i've found on youtube.
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youbute drama or action
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mortal kombat legacy 1 (only season 1 is free)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y51YUD5oEtw&list=PL_AYqxzHii9gY9V3O9yK2Chs84FeimIsm
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H+
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZedLgAF9aEg&list=PLE6A2F3ACDDA10C28
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youtube documentary or lecture
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crash course (college lecture style)
https://www.youtube.com/user/crashcourse
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chicago council on global affairs (college lecture style on world events)
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJiCrXs-s-pZtjBl7T_O1pQ
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issac arthur (astrophysics)
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZFipeZtQM5CKUjx6grh54g
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coldfusion (underreported economic and tech news)
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4QZ_LsYcvcq7qOsOhpAX4A
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youtube other
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foamy (800 videos very raunchy but good humor)
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC19RiHSy28vMxg_dC1AI_fA
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good free strippers
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJifUrLteK8n1HLbuxEmnjw
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possible free movie and tv websites
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i haven't tested these. different friends suggested these.
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http://www.123movies.to
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http://www.thedarcomewatch
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https://popcorn-time.to/
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http://showboxappdownload.com/
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https://thepiratebay.org/
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http://watchseries.ag/
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http://www.letmewatchthis.ae/
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lowest cost options
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let me be extremely clear... when cable televesion gives prices of $100 or $150 or even less than $100 a month, you don't get anything close to the quality you are getting with netflix and the free internet or paid internet tv stations (like buying a premium channel on a smart device). there are no commercials in netflix and most free and paid smart tv channels and you get 95% of all tv shows and movies with just netflix alone. with cable you get about 30% for about double the price, cannot pause or choose what you want to watch (you have to wait for your show to come on) without paying extra for payperview, and even if you record live tv you have to set the recording and hope it doesn't mess up, and you only get 1 or 3 of those at a time. with netflix it saves everything you watch to the second for years, and you can keep 50 in your queue at once. for those of you who don't know netflix, netflix functions a lot like "youtube" as an interface (but better imo). the netflix streaming only has about 25% of all licenses. the netflix dvds have about 95% of the licenses (this doesn't include live sports or reality shows). i watch and listen to news for free with smart tv, but you can purchase news stations for $10-$20 A YEAR if you watch a lot of news or want a specific news station (like good morning america or something).
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as of 2017 netflix starts at $10 a month for streaming and another $10 a month for 1 dvd at a time. you can choose more dvds and devices beyond this for $1-$5 each dvd and device per month. you need an internet connection which will run you $50 a month MAXIMUM using a device with internet or a mobile hotspot. if you are paying more than $50 a month for any sort of internet, you are overpaying. you can get the best networks for less than $50 a month unlimited. most data does not count against your bandwith for streaming movies.
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the rest of the costs i will not list other than the cheapest smart tv option is a roku box. these start around $50 and turn a normal television into an internet television. you need an internet connection also, but $50 is cheaper than buying a smart tv for $150+, and most smart tvs don't have as many options and channels as roku does. most blurays, game systems, and newer internet capable devices have some internet tv included (netflix, news stations, access to free and extremely low cost channels, hbo, cinemax, etc)
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some other alternatives to netflix are redbox, hulu plus, youtube tv, sony tv, and facebook is starting a paid tv service. again most of these do not count against your bandwidth if you are using something like a mobile device with limited bandwidth.
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again if you compare prices of some cables and satellite bundles they can get under $100 a month, but those companies don't tell you the comperable price to netflix is more like $300-$400 a month instead of their stripped down version. besides just never seeing a commercial and being able to save everything you have ever watched to the second is worth it (when you record live tv with cable stations you get 1 or 3 at a time and that's if you remember to record it every time and nobody changes your settings if you are recording your shows automatically). netflix will remember everything you watched so if you are watching a tv series you know where you left off.
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if you do watch live sports i still suggest going with netflix and smart devices, buy buying espn for $30 a month or some other sports station or even mobile application which lets you watch the games live. you don't need to pay for all of the sports channels in a cable package. you really only need 1 or 2 sports stations for the sports fanatic unless you spend 8 hours every day watching different sports, and even then you usually have to pay over $100 extra just to get all the sports stations the cable or dish have, so you are probably missing some channels still.

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movies and tv serieses about computers
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These movies are rated 1-3 in computer knowledge given. I am not putting movies that have bs.
(3) is you can learn a ton from this movie. The movie is packed with info and so technical usually hard to understand.
(2) usually a computer based movie. the whole movie is not full of info but it\B4ll still teach you a lot.
(1) at least 1 good scene of computer knowledge is there that is not common knowledge but the movie is based around something else.

tv and movie links
mission impossible 4
(2) The Social Network
(3) hackers 1 and 2
(1) firewall
(1) cube 2 hypercube
(2) lawnmower man series
(2) numbers tv series
(1) lost in space movie
(2) matrix series
(2) Johnny Mnemonic
(1) war games (when it was made it would have been a 2)
(3) die hard 4 live free or die hard
(2) the net
(1) terminator tv series Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles

My brother (who is a doctor) said scrubs is the best tv series with respect to doctors
My uncle (who is a lawyer) said law and order is the best for law
Numbers is the most accurate and advanced tv show for computers that i've ever seen. (if you aren't in the computer profession, or you don't know a ton about computers; I suggest to watch the terminator tv series first, because the information is accurate and more basic).

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