To be honest, I've been using streaming apps to get my television for a while now. Cable became a luxury I couldn't afford over a decade ago, so apps like Hulu and Netflix have been popular in my house for quite some time now.

Late last year I stubbed across two different streaming apps, both are free to use too. PlutoTV is more of a live TV app, where Tubi is more like the paid streaming services.

Tubi has a pretty decent selection of titles as well, some that aren't even on the others.

To be honest, a lot of the stuff available most would consider "B" movies. You know, stuff you would catch on USA Up All Night back in the day.

But I think that's what I like most about Tubi, is finding something you haven't seen in quite some time. There is also a shocking amount of newer titles on there too. Also, the amount of titles available for kids is awesome!

It was their amount of music documentaries that I was really impressed with though.

In that rare instance when I get control of the television that I stumbled upon the rock doc section, if you will, and was presently surprised with what I found.

There's a ton of music content available to stream too. If you're into unauthorized band bios, might I suggest the Van Halen story, or even just live concerts. Recently I was watching The Doors: Live at The Bowl '68.

But my absolute favorites are the Classic Albums episodes they have a ton of! It was a great show I use to watch on VH1, but I must've missed some because there were a couple of ones Tubi has streaming I haven't seen yet.

Five of my favorites to watch are:

  • The Doors - The Doors
  • Fleetwood Mac - Rumors
  • Black Sabbath - Paranoid
  • Rush - 2112 & Moving Pictures
  • Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - Damn the Torpedoes 
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