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I currently live in the Czech Republic. I would like to watch TV shows/movies (online or offline). I'm willing to pay a reasonable amount of money for no ads.

I prefer watching in original language–without dubbing, which is very common around here.

Most sites that I found (Hulu, Netflix) are for the US only.

HD quality would be a bonus. Am I out of luck?


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tvshack.cc – Moab Nov 28 '10 at 14:08
megavideo.com – Moab Nov 28 '10 at 14:08

You can use one of many VPN services (which are not blocked by these services already) to watch tv shows/movies on US sites. I recommend Ivacy.com but there are many alternatives you can find on:


You have Mubi which is also available via PS3. But Mubi only streams movies and selected ones. You will not see the latest blockbusters there but is great for cinephiles.


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