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Where can I watch TV shows legally and for free?

Asked by Snoopy (5788points) September 21st, 2008

I am familiar w/ www.hulu.com
Are the individual network’s websites easy to use? Anywhere else?

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Lightlyseared's avatar

In the UK the BBC iPlayer is very good
although I hate the fact they’ve gone down the Apple route of naming things

asmonet's avatar

I would use the netwrok website, if you’re in the US.

KatawaGrey's avatar

I found this site called http://www.fancast.com/ and it is free and legal.

Vincentt's avatar

uitzendinggemist.nl, but that’s mostly Dutch shows (don’t know where you’re from). There might be some foreign ones (with subtitles) too, not sure.

Snoopy's avatar

@Vincentt ….I am in the USA…

iJimmy's avatar

AOL In2TV
Joost
Babblegum

Snoopy's avatar

fyminc…..Thanks for the links….I note that quicksilverscree requires the use of firefox.

Snoopy's avatar

@windex Har. Har.

My big problem is I don’t have cable or TiVo…..so I am watching Sons of Anarchy, etc. on Hulu.

windex's avatar

@Snoopy: oh,

Snoopy's avatar

sigh. I know. Shocking isn’t it (that I don’t have cable)?

EmpressPixie's avatar

www.hulu.com

The best part is they also have some good movies and a lot of older shows.

lovelyy's avatar

MacBean is right on the money,
surfthechannel is amazing.

tandra88's avatar

Hello.. www.tv.com.
It works pretty good. And, it’s for the USA.

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