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Netflix is killing it with original content. Many of the streaming platform’s original shows rival those of major networks. The giant’s major titles draw millions of views every month, with many people binge-watching entire seasons the weekend they launch. If you live in a country where Netflix content is restricted, you don’t necessarily have to miss out on the cultural phenomenon. There’s no shortage of amazing shows you can watch with a VPN router.
Many Americans no longer have cable or satellite service in their homes. They’ve opted for streaming services or nontraditional mediums for watching their favorite movies and shows. The switch has become so widespread that cable companies are changing their approach – many of them offer smaller or select channel bundles at a discounted rate just to keep subscribers from jumping ship.
Cable cutters rejoice – streaming options just keep getting better and better. Traditional cable can hardly compete with internet streaming services, both in price and quality of content. Major players in the streaming arena drive a hard bargain.
Streaming services have always hated VPNs. Now, PlayStation Vue seems to be expressing their distaste to users of the streaming service who utilize popular VPNs. This is commonplace in the world of streaming, and streaming service providers have their reasons for discouraging (if not outright banning) VPN use while viewing content via their service. Thankfully, some VPNs are a little smarter than most people think.
With more people deciding to cut the cord and go full streaming, streaming providers have made the switch increasingly more enticing. Netflix constantly receives praise and wins awards for its original content. Hulu isn’t far behind. Hulu has over two dozen original shows spanning a wide variety of genre. Drama, comedy, horror, and sci-fi fans have a wealth of incredible Hulu programming at their disposal – provided that the shows aren’t blocked in their region of the world.
Procrastinate on your costume just a little bit longer. You’ll be happy to waste some time binge watching some spooky classics on Hulu or Netflix with your friends, family, or significant other. Some people will insist that a great horror movie is perfect any time of year, but for those who prefer their seasonal frights, right now is the best time for streaming spooky content.
Thanksgiving is one of the most underrated holidays. Sure, Halloween is fun because of the costumes and the candy. Christmas is great because everyone gets presents. But Thanksgiving (oh, sweet Thanksgiving) is about two of the greatest things – lounging around and eating. What fun is stuffing your belly in your most comfortable pair of sweatpants if you don’t have anything to watch? Netflix and Hulu have you covered this November.
When Disney announced its plans to launch Disney+, the internet went wild. So many people were born into the Disney world of entertainment, including the media companies owned under the Disney corporate umbrella. People started pre-ordering subscriptions to the competitively priced service and speculation regarding the variety of content that would be provided immediately began. Now that Disney+ has finally launched, many early subscribers are pleasantly surprised to find a wealth of their...
If you stream everything, having dozens of different bills that come in at all different times of the month is probably making your head spin. At least with a traditional corded cable bill, everything came due at the same time! Many streaming services are considered to be competitors, so the majority of streaming bills will need to be paid individually. There is, of course, one exception.
Let’s be realistic. Most people who have or use a video streaming service have either shared someone else’s or shared their password with a friend. It’s common practice, even though it technically violates the guidelines put in place by streaming providers and cable companies that offer online access to content.
Technically, NBA League Pass has always forbidden the use of VPNs. The rule seemed to subscribers to be more of a suggestion, as no actionable steps had been taken to enforce it. Recently, NBA League Pass users have reported that their VPN is blocked from the service, preventing them from accessing the basketball content they want to watch. This is why it happens, and this is what can be done to remedy the situation for sports fans everywhere.