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FREE VIDEO STREAMING OFFERS SOME GEMS - IF YOU CAN FIND THEM

Free services let you watch thousands of movies and TV shows online, but using them feels like wandering through a low-rent, digital version of Blockbuster (RIP).

Reality TV, long-forgotten “classics” and movies that never made it to theaters — these are the types of lackluster shows and movies you’ll find for free. But finding gems in the junk, like the original “Roseanne,” can give you a treasure-hunting rush.

Unfortunately, websites and apps for many of the services have poor designs and search capabilities — not conducive to finding those gems.

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