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So I saw this on Reddit's /r/linux and it got a decent laugh out of me. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQM5fU7V-MM& Anyways, it seems to be from the TV Show Mr. Robot that will be coming to TV on June 24th. However, USA has released the pilot on youtube! Watch it here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JpxvvnWvffM For those who can't watch it, you can also watch it on TV.com here! It was pretty entertaining. I mean a bit cringy at times but definitely worth keeping an eye on in my opinion. I'll leave the rest of my thoughts in a spoiler tag for those of you who don't want to read it yet. Anyways I totally recommend you check it out.
To all the video streamers out there... Looking for a service for local stations around the country. Ideally something official and not just a rebroadcast via some streaming site. Have a need for local news programming as well as various PBS options. Use to have satellite many years ago (forget the company) that included local channels unrestricted all over the USA. Was rather nice. Anyone have a source for such streams/company offering such? How about on your satellite provider? Any current features that allow you to watch like this?