Walmart owns the popular video-streaming service Vudu, which means that, if nothing else, Vudu has become ubiquitous. Recently, though, Vudu has turned into more than just a repository for the digital copies of Blu-ray movies you’ve already bought. The company now offers a rotating selection of high-profile films, including Battle Royale, Young Adult, Pi and Daybreakers. There are some free TV shows as well, but they’re not really worth diving into, unless you like semi-obscure kids’ shows or incomplete anime series from the ’80s. Vudu’s selection may be haphazard, but the platform is available on almost every streaming device, making it a good starting point for free streaming content.
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