Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Your Turn

Streaming service you use the most?

43 comments:

Brayson87 said...

NETFUX

Zebra Seasoning said...

Netflix. Until the get rid of everything I like, then I might just go back to reading books.

sandybrook said...

I heart radio.

firestarter said...

Amazon

T. W. said...

1. YouTube

2. Roku

I forget I have Amazon Prime but I can access it on the Roku.

Unknown said...

Spotify

arribaoabajo said...

PornHub

:| raven |: said...

i have Netflix and Hulu. also Roku on my Roku TV. and i listen to Pandora Premium all day when i'm at work and when i'm in the car.

kfitz said...

amazon or netflix

cheesegrater15 said...

Transponder dot tv. You can stream British television live for about $8.50/month.

Hesus said...

Amazon Prime and Netflix.

J said...

Just got Criterion Channel, not as good as Filmstruck was but still quite good (so far). Gonna cancel Netflix... way too much dreck.

MinMin said...

I've got a bunch (Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, VRV), but as of right now, I'm liking Hulu more and more. I'd like Amazon Prime if their interface was better and it didn't feel like a 'bait and switch' every time I look for an older title to watch.

Flashy Vic said...

Currently Netflix, Amazon Prime and Now TV more or less equally.


I rarely watch "ordinary" network TV now, all streaming.

The BBC can go fuck themselves. I pay those cunts £150 a year on pain of imprisonment, to keep those fuckers in the luxury vthey think they deserve with all the kids they can fuck.

Vita said...

Netflix, but I have to admit I still have cable, and watch it more, even though it's a complete heist.

AListDiva said...

Netflix and Hulu on Roku

Max Power said...

Urinary Tract. I stream daily.

kelli grrrl said...

Hah! Nicely done, Max Power! 🤣

filmfanb said...

Crave. It has HBO, Showtime both back catalogs and live. It has a shit ton of other get material. Including more recent blockbusters than the rest. Godbless Canada.

hothotheat said...

Netflix and Hulu.

Max Power said...

LOL thanks Kelli Grrrl. Everyone here is so high-brow, so I'm glad someone else is as juvenile as I am. :-)

John Gilchrist Lodge said...

Amazon Prime.

Ann said...

Couchtuner. (We have Amazon Prime but never turn it on).

MountainMama said...

Netflix

sharoncat said...

Netflix

Craig said...

Bit Torrent. Don't pay for anything. Ever.

( I lied. Well I do download everything for free but I have a netflix and amazon sub for the fam. I never use it. Even if there is a new netflix thing I still download it via bit torrent and stream it to whatever TV is nearest. )

I have a server in the Netherlands that has 3 terabytes of movies on it. About 15% are not released yet.

Guest777 said...

Haven't watched movies or tv in years...

OKay said...

I'm old school. I watch cable TV (which in Canada means ALL the channels, including US networks). I do have access to Netflix but it's a PITA to use it.

DaveDixter said...

#1 NETFLIX

#2 AMAZON PRIME

GentleBreeze said...

TCM has a streaming service I have yet to use.

GentleBreeze said...

ZebraSeasoning, I used to be an avid book reader until the InterWebs seduced me away.

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Mahogany1 said...

Tubi

Mango said...

Unless it’s changed since I used it a few years ago, Roku is a streaming device. Streaming services are, for example, Hulu; Netflix and Amazon Prime. I usually watch those three on Amazon Firestick.

Renee 123 said...

I have a media player & I use the app Morpheus to watch whatever I want.

James Howlett said...

Prime, Netflix, Shudder

omfg said...

Nexflix is the only one I have except sky

TellMeLies said...

Hulu and Spotify for me. Tubi for my boyfriend.

Super Comic Fun Time! said...

Mostly Prime these days to the point of wondering why I still have Netflix. I looked at Netflix the other night and almost watched some moving called "The Silence" or something like that about killer birds but I looked up a review on YouTube first and ended up getting an app that would let me watch Space:1999 for free. Bitly or something like that.

It was pretty fun watching a few of the old shows. The pilot, especially, seemed to be taking scenes right out of 2001: A Space Odyssey.

I do wish the first few episodes had been more about surviving the first few days on a wondering moon and how the Moon got so far from the solar system. It was also fun and surprising to see Ian McShane in an episode. I was like, That looks like that guy from that show about antiquing!

It is! It is that guy from that show about antiquing.

And, of course, McShane also appeared in the Babylon 5 movie, River of Souls as did the chap who played the commissioner, Roy Dotrice, in the first episode as well as a couple of episodes of Game of Thrones, which I have yet to watch.

Rewatching the show after so many years I have to say, I appreciate how they play such a ridiculous concept straight.

Super Comic Fun Time! said...

Ah, I see, someone posted the service I watched last night, Tubi. Or not Tubi, that is the question.

KittensRUs said...

Netflix, with Amazon in second place.

Henriette said...

I have Amazon Prime, but I used a pirated one that keeps changing domains.

All X's said...

None. TV isn't 'a thing' in our house.

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