We've spent whole podcast segments discussing our desire for a streaming service that combines all of our media subscriptions into one searchable database. At the time it seemed like a fever dream, but the Internet has a way of turning delirious pop-culture desires into reality. Tumblr user kaebot claims to have built just the tool we hoped for. Well, the search part at least. WatchLegit.com offers one snazzy little search box that spits out results and links for Netflix, Amazon, and iTunes, plus links to the same search on Hulu and Vudu. It's got a few rough edges, but it's damn impressive considering it doesn't appear to have the approval of any of these services. Consider the world one step closer to a perfect couch potato future.
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