What makes Admitme TV so special

Users who love AdmitMe.Tv are concerned that it has just shut down


For years, Admitme.tv has been streaming pretty much every single movie and TV show to viewers around the world for the low cost of just $ 3 a month.

It was amazing service with an easy to use interface and reliable streaming connection with high quality video. Sure, it's not as fancy as other official and legal services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and Disney +, but it's still pretty darn good. So what happened to it?

Seriously, what happened to Admitme.tv?

Much like Showbox, Admitme.tv wasn't exactly a legal streaming service, which means there is always a risk of it shutting down. You can't just stream content without permission or a license, whether you benefit from it or not. While Admitme.tv probably didn't make that much money off of its ventures, it was still an illegal streaming service and they charged a monthly fee.

The site recently posted a statement online that streaming of the streaming service as we know it has been signaled without a doubt.

"It is with a heavy heart that we announce the end of AdmitMe today," the statement said. 'We wanted to take a moment to thank all of the amazing members who made this experience so enjoyable for us and we are very grateful for the opportunity you have given us over the years.'

The statement went on to say, "It is time to close this chapter, however, and we hope you enjoy looking back on the time you have spent with AdmitMe."

People flocked to social media to offer their condolences on the end of the service and to create their own theories about who and / or what could be behind the mass closings of so many pirate streaming services.

When the news hit Reddit's R / Piracy sub, people started speculating about why AdmitMe.tv was no longer. User tobyflenderson1 wrote: 'By far the best streaming service I've ever had. I don't know where else to watch good quality TV shows and movies without being bombarded with ads every time. Really the end of an era for me. '

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Tell those who love you that you love them because you never know when they will leave. #admitmetv you got me through my twenties! I thought we were together forever for the low price of $ 3 a month

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StalinzRightNut has its own hypothesis as to why many streaming sites end up going the Napster route: “Let's be real. Disney got into the streaming game. Now all of these free streams will shut down. Disney is digging and is a seriously powerful company. Don't be surprised if the data scratches this thread and reads everything we say. '

While Disney is a mighty, powerful company with great reach and immense legal power, it would take some time to develop an algorithm that makes it absolutely impossible for its content to appear on a server before uploading in order to stop piracy forever / divided. Until then, there will always be piracy.

And while there are tons of people upset that AdmitMe.TV is gone, they have already found alternatives.

User ContentJustice says they found alternatives to the popular site almost immediately: 'They closed one site and 3 others replaced it. I literally found 3 other websites that I can use instead.

There is no escaping piracy. '

There is one line from Disney / Marvel that best describes how RudeJuggernaut pointed out with his reference to 'Hail Hydra': 'Cut off one head and two more will take its place.'

Regarding 'data scraping' threads to find links to other streaming sites to shut down, people in the comments section started sending 'hidden messages' to Disney staff:' Hey Disney, stop making live remakes close.' They are not as good as the originals and take away from the magic of my childhood.

Please do one too war of stars Shows that would belong on HBO The Mandalorian is great but too bleached. '