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These handy sites can help you find the streaming shows you’re looking for

Once upon a time, TV was limited to cable and your DVD player. But the days of Blockbuster are behind us, sadly, and now we have access to stream just about any TV show or movie online. Tap or click here for nine streaming service pro tips to save money.

Unfortunately, a new problem has emerged since the rise of streaming platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime. Finding the service that has the show you’re dying to watch.

You could search through each platform, but that’s less than ideal. Considering there are hundreds of options, and not all are free. If you are looking for a specific show, these handy sites can help you find what you are looking for.


If you are looking to find a specific show or movie and where to watch it, Reelgood has many options. It currently has information from over 150 services for you to search for, which is fairly extensive compared to other sites.

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It also has apps for your smart TV and both Android and iOS so that you can search on the go. The platform is straightforward to use. Simply search for a show and get your results. Options to watch, rent and buy will all be displayed.

You can also browse titles across platforms or filter based on the services you currently have. You can even choose to search only free platforms, like Crackle. The best part? The site is 100% free, as are the apps. Download the Reelgood app for iOS here. Or get it for Android here.


JustWatch is similar to Reelgood, with one exception. It makes recommendations for new shows and movies based on your previous search history.

This is similar to how Netflix makes suggestions based on your previous watch patterns, except you aren’t paying for it. You can even create a watchlist of future movies or TV shows you want to watch.

JustWatch also has Android and iOS apps, and for those with smart TV’s you can download an app for Samsung, LG and Fire TV.

All of these features make it an excellent choice. It’s also free and easy to use once you pull up the app or website. Simply type in what you are searching for and choose an option. Get JustWatch for iOS here. Or download it for Android here.

Apple TV 4K

Apple TV 4K has been around for a while, and it’s a direct competitor to Roku. If you are a fan of Apple products, it’s worth checking out. You can search for your favorite shows and movies just like Reelgood and JustWatch.

NOTE: Don’t get Apple TV confused with Apple TV+. Apple TV+ is Apple’s own streaming service that costs a monthly fee.

You can sync your current subscriptions with Apple TV and stream directly from the app or your Apple TV device. The app is convenient and will offer suggestions based on your viewing on every platform.

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If you want the Apple TV 4K box, it comes at a hefty price, currently starting at $179. Download the Apple TV app for iOS here. Or get it for Android here.

Roku Search

Roku was one of the first players on the market, and it helped thousands of people stream their favorite shows on their TV, so they didn’t have to mess around with cables and their laptops. Years later, it is still on the market and has everything from an app to a streaming stick.

Roku has always had a search feature, but it’s improved over the years. Once you have all your apps and subscriptions connected to your Roku device, you can head to the search box to find shows. You’ll see everything available to stream for free, as well as options that aren’t available to you so you can choose to upgrade or purchase.

You’ll need to purchase a Roku device or a streaming stick to use the platform. Those range from $25 for a streaming stick all the way up to just under $100 for the Roku Ultra box. Once you own one, you can download the app, which functions like a remote, allows you to cast to your TV and stream on the go. Download Roku for iOS here. Or get it for Android here.

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