Broadcast Wars are well underway. Apple, NBC, HBO, Netflix, Hulu, Disney and many others are fighting for our attention and fighting for the rights to one of our shows and movies. So how do you find out what is being broadcast there, when and for how long? In the video above, I go through some of the ways to track your favorite shows and movies.
At the risk of being sweaty, simply placing the name of the movie or movie you want is sometimes the fastest way to find out where you are streaming. Google's algorithm usually
However, not all Google search results are matched: When searching for the popular anime “My Hero Academia, ” the "Available" widget pictured above did not appear. Searching for "how to watch My Hero Academia" you did it enable widget, but details are not yet complete; Crunchyroll and Funimation, two of the best-known anime streaming services, didn't show up.
JustWatch or Reelgood
The best way to find your favorite content is to use dedicated sites like JustWatch either Reelgood. Both sites track the catalog where movies and TV shows are available for purchase, rent or distribution. You can create an account for any service and restrict the search results to the services you subscribe to. Both offer mobile apps.
Finding “Spider Man" and “My Academic Hero ” was easy on both sites, and they both showed me many ways I could look. However, the details of "My hero … " it just didn't seem to be running out of JustWatch. It just showed two show seasons available for streaming on Hulu and Funimation, but I know that's not true. I just finished watching Season 4 a few weeks ago.
In both, Reelgood is my personal favorite. The interface is much smaller than JustWatch, details seem up to date (every 4 seasons of My Academic Hero beautifully listed), and love how I can continue to follow shows I've already seen or would like to explore.