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I hear good things from the people who use it, but when downloads are readily available for any good show out there I don't see the need for such a service. It's pretty easy to find an episode you want, snag it and watch then dump if you dont feel like cluttering your HD with large video files, but that's just me it certainly isn't the only way.
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I hear Hulu+ is the bomb.
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We have a Roku unit. Had Hulu and Netflix for a while but could no longer afford both. more on NetFlix that met my daughter's needs so we dropped Hulu. It didn't matter to me. Neither had much in the way of decent movies, but she watches some of the old TV shows. Only thing I've watched is the consecutive episodes of Roswell, as I'm more of a reader.
This post was edited by vhtiger 19 months ago
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If you're wanting tv shows try project free tv. They have a decent movie selection as well; and it's free
Free tv shows, tv series, tv stations, tv episodes streaming online for free. no downloading required. just click and watch.
A specific player you use on your cpu? Been looking at a few, can not decide on one.. I have Windows 8.
You or anyone else ITT have a good one they like/use?
This post has been edited 3 times, most recently by weGO 19 months ago
I love my Roku 2 box.
Hulu+ has ads!....
I prefer live streaming. Downloading can use more of your broadband allowance so if your only going to watch a show one time I would definitely recommend live streaming over downloading.
If your wanting good media player try VLC media player by VideoLAN. It runs on all platforms and it's free.
Official page for VLC media player, the Open Source video framework!
Thanks, I do not mind downloading either though, I have plenty of broadband.. Someone told me I should get Shockwave? Ever used it?
I will definitely download VLC, and give it a shot, thanks.
I mostly do live streaming too though, if watch anything online..
Definately use VLC. Very good and simple player with codecs for basically every crazy video format out there.
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