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Author Topic: Catch your shows from the beginning - or start one you always wanted to watch.  (Read 2730 times)
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« on: September 22, 2012, 12:19:47 AM »

Although this doesn't have the selection of some sights, I enjoy the simplicity of using this to watch the content they have. I listed another site (I will at the bottom of the page) but Coke and Popcorn is an easy site to find seasons of streaming TV series. A great way to spend a weekend or two watching a series you never got a chance to watch but wanted too.

Then there is Tube Plus - a bit trickier and I highly recommend your virus software is up to date just in case. They ask for (sometimes a Code-V plug-in) I have heard bad things about this and don't play Movies or TV shows that ask to install it - but I notice that Internet Explorer has the plug-in already, so watching the shows is  as simple as clicking on them.

The big difference, is Tube Plus has movies, DVD, Cams, all the stuff you hear about on the net - I only mention this sight for the adventurous and as with Coke and Popcorn, play at your own risk.

These sights are listed in STUMBLE - a highly customizable search engine that allows you to choose the topics you are interested in and sub-topics, etc.. I enjoy a lot, we find recipes and interesting science stuff that I doubt we'd find otherwise.

Give them a shot (all warnings aside) and get to see entire seasons of shows like Breaking Bad, Weeds, It's always Sunny in Philadelphia, etc..

I can say with a degree of certainty that I have never gotten a virus warning from these sites, unlike downloading torrents which is a whole different beast.


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« Reply #1 on: September 22, 2012, 09:25:10 AM »

thanks.  was just thinking i'd like to catch up on a couple of things i'd missed.  there are not enough hours in the day, or night, for me to read and watch all that's out there.   grin

hey, i DVRed that show you panned, but have not had the chance to watch it yet.  our taste in EOTW movies can be different so i'll let you know how i like it.  besides....sometimes the pilot sucks and the show is good..... Wink

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