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Top 5 Working Live TV Addons for Kodi

Below are some of the best live TV addons for Kodi.

Below are some of the most popular Live TV addons for Kodi. If you have Kodi 17 (Krypton) then your best way to install is to install the Kodi Addon Installer (details here) then just search for the below addons in the installer and install with one click. Otherwise, check out our instructions below for each addon.

cCloud TV

Great addons with 1000s of live TV Streams

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  • Open Kodi and go to System > File Manager (for Kodi 17 click the “Settings” gear icon in the top left of Kodi home screen and then select “File Manager.”)
  • Select “Add Source”
  • Select the box which says “None”
  • Type http://fusion.tvaddons.ag and click “Done”
  • Go to the box underneath which says “Enter a name for this media source” and type “Fusion” before clicking “OK”
  • Click back to your Home Screen (the back arrow on a remote a few times should do this, if you’re unsure, close Kodi and open it again.
  • Select System>Settings>Add-ons (for Kodi 17, just click “Addons” from the Kodi home screen)
  • Select “Install from zip file”
  • Select “Fusion” from the list of file sources (folders)
  • Select “xmbc-repos” then select “English” then select “repository.podgod-x.x.x.zip”
  • Wait for the “Add-on Enabled” notification
  • While still at the addons menu, click “Install from Repository” then select “Podgod Repo”, then select “Video Addons”
  • From the list of addons, seect “cCloud TV”
  • Once you see the addon enabled notification, you can now use cCloud

Made in Canada

Entertainment, news, sports, music and more; Made in Canada has the best and most popular Canadian TV channels available and live on your Kodi.

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  • Open Kodi and go to System > File Manager (for Kodi 17 click the “Settings” gear icon in the top left of Kodi home screen and then select “File Manager.”)
  • Select “Add Source”
  • Select the box which says “None”
  • Type http://repo.koditips.com/ and click “Done”
  • Go to the box underneath which says “Enter a name for this media source” and type “mic” before clicking “OK”
  • Click back to your Home Screen (the back arrow on a remote a few times should do this, if you’re unsure, close Kodi and open it again.
  • Select System>Settings>Add-ons (for Kodi 17, just click “Addons” from the Kodi home screen)
  • Select “Install from zip file”
  • Select “mic” from the list of file sources (folders)
  • Select “repository.koditips-x.x.x.zip”
  • Wait for the “Add-on Enabled” notification
  • While still at the addons menu, click “Install from Repository” then select “Koditips.com”, then select “Video Addons”
  • From the list of addons, seect “Made in Canada IPTV”
  • Once you see the addon enabled notification, you can now use Made in Canada

Freeview

The most popular UK live TV channels. You’ll need to be in the UK to view channels on here, or be using a VPN which allows you to use a UK IP; see here for our VPN guide)

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  • Open Kodi and go to System > File Manager (for Kodi 17 click the “Settings” gear icon in the top left of Kodi home screen and then select “File Manager.”)
  • Select “Add Source”
  • Select the box which says “None”
  • Type http://fusion.tvaddons.ag and click “Done”
  • Go to the box underneath which says “Enter a name for this media source” and type “Fusion” before clicking “OK”
  • Click back to your Home Screen (the back arrow on a remote a few times should do this, if you’re unsure, close Kodi and open it again.
  • Select System>Settings>Add-ons (for Kodi 17, just click “Addons” from the Kodi home screen)
  • Select “Install from zip file”
  • Select “Fusion” from the list of file sources (folders)
  • Select “xmbc-repos” then select “English” then select “repository.rayw1986-x.x.x.zip
  • Wait for the “Add-on Enabled” notification
  • While still at the addons menu, click “Install from Repository” then select “RayW1986 Repo”, then select “Video Addons”
  • From the list of addons, select “Freeview”
  • Once you see the addon enabled notification, you can now use Freeview

USTV Now Plus

This is a free/premium addon. You’ll need an account from USTV Now and with a free account you can watch the main broadcast US TV networks (ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, CW & PBS) But if you sign up for a premium account, you’ll get PVR and a host of other channels, all in great HD and they have over 99% uptime.

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  • Open Kodi and go to System > File Manager (for Kodi 17 click the “Settings” gear icon in the top left of Kodi home screen and then select “File Manager.”)
  • Select “Add Source”
  • Select the box which says “None”
  • Type http://fusion.tvaddons.ag and click “Done”
  • Go to the box underneath which says “Enter a name for this media source” and type “Fusion” before clicking “OK”
  • Click back to your Home Screen (the back arrow on a remote a few times should do this, if you’re unsure, close Kodi and open it again.
  • Select System>Settings>Add-ons (for Kodi 17, just click “Addons” from the Kodi home screen)
  • Select “Install from zip file”
  • Select “Fusion” from the list of file sources (folders)
  • Select “xmbc-repos” then select “English” then select “repository.xbmchub-x.x.x.zip
  • Wait for the “Add-on Enabled” notification
  • While still at the addons menu, click “Install from Repository” then select “TV Addons.ag Addon Repository”, then select “Video Addons”
  • From the list of addons, select “USTV Now Plus”
  • Once you see the addon enabled notification, input your login details in the config screen, and you can now use USTV Now

iStream

Another impressive live TV addons with live tv from across the globe.

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  • Open Kodi and go to System > File Manager (for Kodi 17 click the “Settings” gear icon in the top left of Kodi home screen and then select “File Manager.”)
  • Select “Add Source”
  • Select the box which says “None”
  • Type http://xunitytalk.me/xfinity and click “Done”
  • Go to the box underneath which says “Enter a name for this media source” and type “xfinity” before clicking “OK”
  • Click back to your Home Screen (the back arrow on a remote a few times should do this, if you’re unsure, close Kodi and open it again.
  • Select System>Settings>Add-ons (for Kodi 17, just click “Addons” from the Kodi home screen)
  • Select “Install from zip file”
  • Select “xfinity”
  • Select “iStream_Repository.zip”
  • After you see the “Add-on Enabled” notification go back to the Addons menu and click “Install from Repository”
  • Select “iSTREAM XBMC Addons Repository”
  • Select “Video Add-ons” and click on “iStream”
  • Click “Install” and after a few seconds you should get the message “Addon Enabled”

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