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zina's avatar

Best sites to watch movies or TV episodes online (must work out of the US, so not ABC)?

Asked by zina (1650points) July 19th, 2008

Preferably movies, TV shows are ok too. Thanks!

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mvgolden's avatar

Does http://hulu.com work? That is NBC/Universal’s video sharing website.

sndfreQ's avatar

Seconded mvgolden’s suggestion ^^ I’m in hysterics watching all three seasons of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” which I just discovered on Hulu.

They also have a lot of old school classics from the 80s and earlier…well worth the price of admission (zero, except you have to sit through occasional commercial ads).

osullivanbr's avatar

Surfthechannel is my favourite at the moment.
That defo works outside the US.

aansuzek1's avatar

I’ll second hulu. The quality is almost as good as itunes, and its free :). It should most defiantly work outside the US.

chatnoir's avatar

I’ll third hulu

chatnoir's avatar

In reading another topic, it may be that hulu is not available outside US

osullivanbr's avatar

Yip, hulu has this disclaimer on the sign up page…

“Note that Hulu videos are only available to users located in the United States.”

So back to SurftheChannel
Or, you could even try tv-links

jlm11f's avatar

I would also add SideReel to this list. Though SurftheChannel is pretty awesome.

fryedoats's avatar

I have to agree with http://hulu.com. This site is absolutely amazing! Besides modern-day television shows, there are also oldies, which is how I got addicted into Charlie’s Angels.

Plus, the search box will also direct you to other sites with the TV show that have the TV show you want.

Unfortunately, it might seem like you may not watch it outside of the US. Another alternative is that you could try downloading torrents, that will work anywhere.

Vincentt's avatar

Hulu doesn’t grok the internet. It’s international :(

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