Watching streaming content is legal as long as you don't download anything. Below is the actual law:
"When the user downloads even part of a file — called "pseudo-streaming" — it counts as a copy of copyrighted material, which is illegal. And when the user streams content as a "public performance" — namely, when it's shown to a substantial number of people outside the normal family circle and its close acquaintances — it also constitutes a copyright violation.
[ Outside of these cases, accessing unlicensed streamed content is generally legal."] Downloading and uploading is a form of making a copy and is illegal.
I would recommend you get a good blocker like uBlock Origin and a something to check for Malware. I could no longer afford cable, so I've been viewing free for over a year. I've only picked up Malware a few times.
I'm 70, and if I can figure out how to find it without help, anyone can. But I'm happy to send people the info on the best place I've found in a message. If the Mods don't want me to do that, let me know.
I don't think there is a rule about passing along legal info.
Australia was one of my all time favorites. I've never seen anyone win in that way. NZ is low budget and old school. But I think there is too much time spent watching people talk strategy because not much of it is very brilliant and people just repeat themselves.