The following website contains links to 17992 tv show episodes, 5151 cartoon series, 2582 movies, 12235 anime shows, 5741 music videos and 957 sports clips. It is called Alluc and could be described as a link aggregator for video websites. All it does is that it offers the users of the website a opportunity to post new links to videos that they found on various social video websites such as youtube or dailymotion.
Links are added immediately to the database and everyone will be able to search for and use the links to visit the website and view the video. Page navigation is fast and easy to comprehend. Click on a category like TV-shows and all TV-shows are displayed on the next page. It starts in this case with 15 storey high and 30 rock and ends with young Americans. I would estimate that they currently list about 400-500 tv-shows.
A click on a TV-show itself reveals all the - external - links to that TV-show. Alluc always displays a disclaimer before you can leave the website.
Alluc offers some comfortable options. You can display the latest videos that have been added to a category or display the most viewed ones in a category.
Update: Alluc is an aggregator of links right now that provides you with information where you find streams or download of movies or TV shows. The majority of offers that you find on the site ask you to register to services before you can watch the movies. Since I did not want to do that, I can't really say if you get to see the movies after registration.
We have removed links pointing to the service as it is not really clear on what legal grounds it stands, and since it does not appear to be providing you with a direct TV streaming service, I would not really suggest using it anymore.
Check out our best free TV streaming sites overview for alternatives.
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