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Netflix teases free content, but you can only watch the beg-

Netflix teases free content, but you can only watch the beg-

Netflix is making some of its content free to watch, but there's a catch. While it has a handful of Movies, Netflix's series like Our Planet and Stranger Things are also included. But Netflix is only tantalizing the uninitiated with the first episode before you hit a paywall.

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Plex now lets you watch ad-supported movies without an account

Plex now lets you watch ad-supported movies without an account

Plex is one of the best ways to upload your personal media collection to the cloud and make it available on all your devices. Last year, the service added a selection of free films to stream.  Now the latest update to the Android app has made it possible for users without Plex accounts to browse and watch these ad-supported titles.

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The Criterion Channel is making several important titles by Black filmmakers free to stream

The Criterion Channel is making several important titles by Black filmmakers free to stream

In response to current events, the Criterion Channel streaming service is making some of its films from pioneering Black filmmakers and those documenting Black culture free to stream. While an explicit list of free films hasn't been published, several titles including Maya Angelou's "Down in the Delta," Julie Dash's "Daughters of the Dust," Agnès Varda's "Black Panthers," and Kathleen Collins's "Losing Ground" are all free to stream right now, in addition to other films and documentaries discussing the Black experience.

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Sling is offering a bunch of TV and movies for free right now, no signup required (Update: 7 new channels)

Sling is offering a bunch of TV and movies for free right now, no signup required (Update: 7 new channels)

To help fight stay-at-home boredom, Sling TV has just launched a new "Stay in & Sling" promotion. It's a derpy name, but it means you can binge watch a bunch of streaming shows from your computer or Android device, which would usually cost you money, but right now, it's free. Shows include Hell's Kitchen, Forensic Files, and the classic 3rd Rock from the Sun, and you can also watch live news coverage from ABC news.

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