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The streaming video landscape is starting to look like cable, with TV shows and movies siloed in a way that means you have to subscribe to a dozen different services if you want access to everything on your watch list.

Fortunately most of those services don’t lock you into year-long contracts, which means you can sign up for a month or two, binge everything you want to watch and then cancel and move onto another service until the next season of your favorite show is back… and if you’re lucky you might not even have to pay a penny to watch. Case in point: Paramount+ is offering a 1-month subscription for free to new and returning subscribers who use the coupon code FINALFIGHT at checkout. I’m planning to use it to catch up on the latest season of Star Trek: Lower Decks.

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  1. Just install syncler+ and get a real-debrid subscription – a 6 month will give you everything and is cheaper by half than netflix alone.

    There are always easier ways to do things.

  2. The management of all these services definitely is a fulltime job. Hopefully manage services for multiple subscriptions like Amazon provides will become popular enough for that to become the norm instead of decentralized management like we currently have.