Placenta Kodi add-on is yet another fork of the popular Covenant add-on for Kodi.  The functionality of the Placenta Kodi add-on is almost exactly the same as Covenant.

Placenta on Kodi has some more settings that Covenant didn’t have.  Placenta appears to be actively maintained on a regular basis, updating providers and scrapers, which is good.

Placenta has been out for quite a while, but I’ve been putting off trying it and blogging about it purely because of its disturbing name.  If you’re a parent like me, you know what I’m talking about.

Anyway, are you ready to install Placenta on your Kodi box and give it a try?  Here’s how.

How to Install Placenta’s Repository, Blamo

  • Go to Settings (cog icon) > File Manager
  • Select Add Source
  • Click on the <None> box and type in the URL of the repo server:
  • Give it a name in the box below (name it Blamo)
  • Now, go to the Add-on Browser screen by clicking on Add-ons on the main menu and then selecting the open box icon at the top.
  • Go to Install from Zip File > Blamo > (x’s are just placeholder in case the numbers change)

How to Install the Placenta Add-on From the Blamo Repository


  • After you have the Blamo repo installed, go back to the Add-on Browser screen and select Install from Repository > Blamo Repo > Video add-ons > Placenta > Install

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