Do you.... HULU?!
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FREE from HULU !
Hulu - Watch your favorites. Anytime. For free.
TV. Your way.
Finally, TV on your terms.
Watch your favorite videos right from your browser, anytime, for free.
With full episodes of TV shows both current and classic, full-length movies, web originals, and clips of just about everything,
Hulu is the place to watch and enjoy premium videos from the biggest names in entertainment.
Hulu is easy to use and share.
Simply go to Hulu - Watch your favorites. Anytime. For free., and click on a video to watch right away.
* Hulu does not require a download of any software.
* Users only need a Flash 9.0 enabled computer and an Internet connection to enjoy.
* Hulu offers the freedom to share full-length episodes or clips via e-mail
* or embed on other Web sites, blogs and social networking pages.
* Hulu's clipping feature allows users to select a portion of the video
* they would like to share.
Hulu is free and legal through an advertising supported model.
* Videos are available for unlimited streaming; watch favorite shows and clips over and over, for free
* Videos contain fewer ads than on TV. (13 second ads!!) Advertisements appear during normal commercial breaks
* Hulu acquires the rights to distribute its videos, making them available to users legally
I LOVE HULU!!
I'm not that much of a big fan of internet tv streaming really. I tried joost before and I liked it because they had tons of episodes of Macgyver (great show). Plus I'm on a crappy DSL line. Youtube is okay though. Last month I had my 22" LCD hooked up to one of my computers through the gfx card and if I still had it like that I'd probably try this out.
If you have a huge lcd screen hooked up to your rig it would be worth using.
I've been watching TV and movies on HULU since it first began.
It is much better that watching on some of the shows own sites. For example, Comedy Central was the worst - the shows never buffered so you'd get 5 seconds of show and 10 seconds of buffering. On HULU the shows come in perfectly.
During the holidays they added a new movie almost every day (and some interesting classics).
It's great for those of us who don't get cable.
DTVUSA Jr. Member
Sometimes my CBS will not come in so I will watch the programs on HULU. I even connect my laptop via s-video and watch on my tv. What I don't understand is if they can let you watch for free how come I cant download to my computer and make my own dvd's so I don't have to wait for it to buffer especially if there are alot of people on the site? I understand some people would try to find a way to rip everyone off with some kind of scam but if it is free why pay? Just my vocalized opinion.