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Kanopy lets you stream the world’s finest films for free

With Netflix raising its Canadian prices and more streaming services coming online regularly, it’s becoming more and more costly to subscribe to paid-content.

Say hello to Tubi TV, a Netflix-style streaming service that’s 100% free

Chances are, you haven’t heard of Tubi TV, but it’s well worth adding to your streaming repertoire. Like Netflix, it features a simple user interface to search and browse. It has a deeper library of titles than services like Crackle. And it plays nice with just about all of your devices. The only catch is Tubi TV is ad-supported, so short commercials are interspersed while you watch. But it’s also 100% free, so it’s easy enough to take for a test drive.

Where to stream 2017’s Oscar Nominated Movies

Lights, camera, action—it’s Oscars season once again. Next Sunday, Hollywood rolls out the red carpet for the 89th Academy Awards, so it’s crunch time for anyone trying to get caught up with this year’s list of nominated flicks, especially if you’re bound for an Oscars’ party or planning to run the table on an Oscars’ pool.

How to ring in and stream a rollicking New Year’s online, without cable

“It’s almost midnight! Turn on the TV!”

For decades, this has been the phrase heard in just about every home and at every party on December 31st at a few minutes to midnight. It’s standard party-going fare. Flip on the TV, watch the ball drop, and pop some champagne. But the times, they are a changin’!