What's your favorite Kodi plugin for watching TV shows?

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  1. BlackFire

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    What's your favorite Kodi plugin for watching TV shows?

    Pros?
    Cons?

    We used to use Prime Wire (1Channel) exclusively but lately it's been a little flaky so we thought we'd look to see if there were any plugins that people recommended over Prime Wire.
     
  2. Michael

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    Use exodus
     
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    Exodus is the correct answer. Then use trakt.tv to keep track of your favourite TV shows. And pay (can be had for $11.95USD/month) for Vader Streams if you're into live TV, live sports, and a pretty good VOD section.
     
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    I've had nothing but problems with Exodus lately, seems everything I try comes up with "you must go to this site and create an account"
     
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    Spector is my primary, with Salts as backup. Trakt.tv in both.
     
  6. RoryTate

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    That's not Exodus itself, but the stream providers. Most are the video.me/pair type of links. No account but you have to do the odd recaptcha.

    I have received adds this way on a Windows machine, which sucks (and there are ways around this), but my main kodi/linux machine isn't affected by such.
     
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    Exodus for sure. We have very slow internet and we can still keep on it.
     
  8. Boots

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    Exodus has been so shotty lately that i've given up... my go-to now is the Terrarium android app, i find it works just as well as Exodus
     
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    So did you add that through your box?
     
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    twss?
     
  12. billybob

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    TV add ons getting stiffed has sure messed up my android box. It's almost impossible to find a stream for movies now through the Exodus.

    I have been using the showbox app and it is working a bit better but still not decently.
     
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    These things were only temporary anyways. Stuff like this is great until it gets easy enough that pdizzle can do it and then it gets on the radar of the content owners.
     
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