The Maverick TV Kodi addon is an excellent source for content in Kodi no matter what you are looking for. Read more information below.
December 6th: The Maverick TV Kodi addon has been updated to v7.8.2 with a new scraper for the movies section. A scraper is an open-source piece of code that searches the public internet for content. Make sure you have the latest version today.
The Maverick TV Kodi addon is an excellent source for all kinds of content that is well-rounded in a number of areas: movies, TV, sports, music, and more. The addon has playlists and content not found anywhere else.
Maverick TV also contains some 4K content, which is hard to find in a lot of places.
After you install the addon, you’ll see the following options to select from the main menu:
- Online Movies
- 4K UHD Movies
- TV Boxsets
- Live Sports
- 24/7 Movies & TV
- New Releases
- IPTV Extra
- World IPTV
- Cinema Channels HD
- Klassic Kids TV
- Music – Audio content
- Jukebox Hero – Greatest hits content
- Live in Concert
- Music TV – TV Channels
- UK Radio Stations
- NASA Live TV
- Live Web Cams
- Bloopers Reel
As you can see, the content in the Maverick TV Kodi addon is massive! Check it out today and see
The Pyramid Kodi addon can be found in the MaverickTV Repository. Support for this addon can be found on Twitter.
Install Guide for Maverick TV Kodi Addon
If you are interested in finding out more about the Maverick TV Kodi addon, feel free to follow the developer on Twitter for more information and addon support.
The install guide for this addon is not found on this website. As you may have heard, telecom companies have been abusing their power by claiming that addon developers have been infringing content, despite the fact that Kodi addons are open source python code that simply search the public internet and host no content at all.
While we believe Kodi developers are innocent, we are not posting step-by-step download guides right now. We think this is best for the longevity of KodiTips.com in case these same companies want to come and claim we are hosting or supporting something in a legal grey area.