Addons work by using scripts to scrape the web for content and then display that content in Kodi.
Once you’ve downloaded the addon, the program will work until it gets an update in a manner that changes the code.
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Here are several TVAddons replacement repositories that will get you some (but not all) of the addons you’re looking for.
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There are a few other ways for the developers to kill addons, but updating the code to make them inert is typically the most effective method to do so.
This will stave off the end of usage for your addon, but it will likely eventually stop working due to the many streams it pulls from going down.
One thing that keeps any addon relevant is the regular updates to working stream sources.
As long as your addon is not getting those updates, eventually it will be “broken”.
As of this past week, the popular TVAddons website — and their large Fusion super repository — is down.