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Great Streaming Service Shows Out Now!


Looking for a new show to watch, Business Insider recently posted a list of the most popular shows on streaming service right now. Two shows that are super popular on (CBS All Access) are 'The Twilight Zone' and 'Star Trek: Discovery.' A great show on Netflix is 'On My Block.' It's about a group of teens who gain friendship facing the hardships of high school and living in a rough Los Angeles neighborhood. Finally, the show 'The Act' on Hulu is a great fan favorite.

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