A Great Place to See Tv Shows and Sitcoms if You Don't Have Cable TV or Netflix

Roxana Anton

Some people might not afford Cable TV, Netflix, Amazon Prime, and other paying streaming services.

When you arrive at the month-end, the bills can sum up to important expenses, especially if you are a family with children and maybe, pets.

If you decide to give up Cable TV and other streaming services, but still want to enjoy quality evenings by yourself or with someone dear, the Internet can offer you a great variety of choices so that you don't miss the TV shows.

First of all, as we all already probably know, most of the shows or important episodes can be found on youtube, for free. The platform has become very popular in 2021, with more than 62% of Americans and 122 million people around the world spending time on it, every day.

It's on Youtube that I have watched the most important American shows, like "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon", just to give one example.

The commercials on youtube might often be annoying, but if you try to gather all your patience, you can still see some great stuff there, like old movies.

Only one example: James Stewart movies such as "Made for Each Other", "Take Her, She's Mine", "Seventh Heaven", "It's a Wonderful Life", and many others.

On Youtube you can find many films of most major classic Hollywood stars: Audrey and Katharine Hepburn, Betty Davis, Cary Grant, Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner, Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, and the list are endless.

Talking only of Christmas Movies, you can find splendid films to see and see again with your dear ones, such as "Home Alone", "The Miracle on 34th Street", "Christmas in Paris", and many older Holiday films (you just need to research with "old or classic Christmas movies").

The second great place I have found to watch old sitcoms without needing a service like Netflix is Dailymotion.com.

This is by no means a commercial, but on Dailymotion, I have finally found my favorite sitcoms for free, like "The Nanny" or "Bewitched".

Of course, they also have a great range of films, so you won't be out of films and shows to see, this holiday season.

What is your experience with these sites, and what is your favorite place to see films, sitcoms, and TV shows?

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