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How to Watch Free TV Shows on Ubuntu

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Television, one of the most popular and widespread forms of entertainment hasn't really changed much since its inception. Much like before, we still spread out on our comfortable sofa, grab the remote, and spend hours transfixed by a light-emitting box. And though with the advent of flat screen and 3D HDTVs, it still remains a staple form of entertainment across the world.

These days, however, thanks to new technology, we can have the same experience of a television on the go. Be it smartphones, tablets or personal computers, there are many applications that let users watch free TV shows without searching frantically for that elusive remote. So, if you’re an Ubuntu user looking to catch up with your favorite shows or sporting events while sitting slouched over your laptop, here are some ways you can watch free TV shows on Ubuntu:

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