I used to watch some of the back catalog from South Park on Netflix and before I watched too many episodes of the show, it disappeared. I was rather annoyed at that fact. As it turns out the series is getting a new streaming home.
Hulu is a great place to catch up on past episodes of TV shows that you might have missed when they aired. A lot of people who live outside the U.S. have seen it as a great way to get to watch TV shows that might not be available in their home country.
I am a fan of Dish Network, thanks mostly to the slick Hopper whole-home DVR system they offer and the AutoHop feature that removes the commercials so I don’t have to fast-forward. That also keeps me from forgetting I am watching a DVR program and watching the commercials anyway.
I haven’t watched a wrestling match since the days of André the Giant and the Hulkster back in the 80’s. I know tons of people still like the WWE and spend lots of money to see the wrestling matches in person and on pay-per-view.
If you are a fan of the Google Chromecast streaming appliance, you will love the news that has turned up this week. The HBO Go app has now been updated to support Chromecast streaming. That means you can watch your favorite HBO programs, like Game of Thrones, on your TV using the Chromecast device.
Like many people out there, I’m a big fan of the video streaming service Netflix. It’s a great place to find something to watch when nothing is on TV and I can use it to catch up on TV series that I might’ve missed seasons of in the past.
After years of trying everything possible to kill streaming video services, it looks like at least one major cable provider is finally realizing the move to streaming content by consumers is inevitable. Virgin Media UK, which is oddly based in the New York, has announced that it is now offering Netflix directly to 40,000 of its subscribers who currently use a TiVo set-top box.
YouTube is crazy popular. One of these days, Google will figure out how to make more money off those videos and generate metric tons of income. Until then it’s a place we can go to look at videos people post up of things as mundane as their daily breakfast or as exciting as car crashes and cats playing musical instruments.