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Topic # 165676 17-Feb-2015 07:47
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Below is a list of LEGAL video, movies and TV streaming options in New Zealand. Some are free, free with adverts, others require registration and some are paid content. (or a mix).

Note that these are LEGAL options only. If you have suggestions or changes to report please send me a PM and I will add/remove/change here. Note that just because a site charges for content doesn't automatically make it legal. Also not listed are legal sites that require geo-restrictions being disabled to work in New Zealand.


If you want an index site to find where to source your TV shows, try LemonTV (more information on Geekzone about LemonTV Streaming site).

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Wow, many more than I thought. Looking at the list, none of these require a geo-unblocking/circumventing their terms, correct?

It would be super handy if it was in a table and indicated which were free, and which were paid. But I'm grateful as is.

EDIT: I believe we're truly entering a Golden Age of 'television', especially in NZ at the moment. But I'm not sure how long the market can financially sustain this many entrants.

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Just signed up to CuriosityStream for the one month free trial.  It's like Discovery Channel without the ads:

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