These days, you to enjoy full episodes your favorite TV shows whenever you want. There are plenty of websites out there that let you stream free TV shows online that include some of today's most popular programs; for a night of comfy couch-surfing. You just need to know where to look. The trick is finding the best sites, which isn't always so easy to do.
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Some sites will scam you into signing up for unrelated fees while others require that you complete a survey before you can watch anything. And if you're not careful, some sites that come with sketchy downloads can even infect your computer with viruses.
(Although this is true for many sites, now offers a fairly safe option for — and you can get from reputable online sources these days.) If you're going to use an unofficial site to watch TV, you'd best do your research to find out from other users whether it's safe to do so first. Steer clear of any troublesome sites and check out the following high-quality, trusted streaming TV sites instead. Screenshot of Crackle.com With Crackle, you can watch full episodes (in addition to movies) and create personal watch lists so you can keep track of everything you're watching. Counter on this page.
Because it's a totally free service with accessibility (including mobile with the free ), there are some commercials rolled into the programming. Regardless, Crackle is a great alternative that you can enjoy viewing on your computer or with one of its apps on your mobile device. All you need to do is create a free account to start watching. Just click the TV tab in the top menu or search for a show title, choose the episode you want and enjoy.
You can also use filter options to browse through shows based on genre, alphabetical order, recently added, full episodes, clips, trailers and what's coming soon. Screenshot of TubiTV.com Tubi is another incredible alternative to the online TV world that operates legally through license agreements. And just like Crackle, it also includes movies. Tubi TV is totally free, and you can actually just click on a show and start watching without even setting up a free account.
It's worth it to sign up for an account and start watching, however, because the platform will start tracking your viewing history so that it can learn about your preferences to make better suggestions for you. Browse through all your standard categories like Action, Drama, Comedy and others or take a look at some of the interesting categories like Cult Favorites and Highly Rated on Rotten Tomatoes.
With over 40,000+ shows and movies available and more being added all the time, Tubi TV is quickly growing to become a TV favorite for internet users everywhere. You can even download the Tubi or app to take your TV watching on the go.
Screenshot of Yahoo.com Right after Hulu ended its free option and switched to a subscription-only model back in August of 2016, Yahoo partnered with Hulu and launched a new service called Yahoo View, featuring a large collection of content that used to be freely available to watch on Hulu. Anyone within the US can watch the latest five episodes of popular shows that air on ABC, NBC and FOX for up to eight days after they've aired. Yahoo View is a great one-stop shop for all your favorite shows you may have missed as it aired on cable TV. Screenshot of Popcornflix.com While Popcornflix is mainly known for its great range of full-length movies, documentaries, foreign films and original web series, it's also a great place to check out for unique TV shows that are hard to find anywhere else — including cable TV.
If you're a millennial looking for some serious childhood nostalgia, you'll want to check out Popcornflix's 90's TV offering featuring classics like The Legend of Zelda, Sonic the Hedgehog, The Adventures of Super Mario 3 Bros. Its TV show offering isn't exactly huge, but it might be worth checking out if you're looking for something different. Preroll ads will also play when you start watching, but you can start watching anything without having to sign up for a free account if you're just looking to try it out quick. Screenshot of ShareTV.com ShareTV is a search engine-like hub for TV shows (as well as movies). Described as a community-based website for fans of network television, the site claims to have every show you could possibly think of — complete with countdowns to the next new episode. Browse through genres or check out What's New Tonight and Trending Shows.
Simply click on a show and use the checkbox options for Free, Purchase, Subscription or TV Everywhere to find what you're looking for. Clicking on an episode will expand a summary and list of sources where you can watch it.
Screenshot of Yidio.com Similar to ShareTV, Yidio is a TV show source aggregator that points you in the direction of other third-party hosts where you should be able to watch a particular episode. In addition to using the right sidebar to browse by genre, you can use the menu at the top to filter available shows by what's available on several premium streaming services, but if you're looking for something to watch for free, you'll want to select the Free filter. When you click on a show, you'll be shown a summary based on info along with several thumbnails of episodes that are available. Click on any thumbnail to be taken to the specific episode listing. The downside to using Yidio is that its free listings aren't the most accurate or update to date, and you may come across a show that only has short clips rather than full episodes available to watch for free despite its listing in the Free category. There are lots of ads to Amazon, Google Play and iTunes in the way, but if the episode is indeed free, links to free sources (such as YouTube) will be available at the very bottom for you to click on.
Screenshot of YouTube.com Lots of people don’t realize that is actually a great place to look for television shows. While you won't exactly get access to the most current or popular shows (unless you pay), nor a guaranteed high-quality viewing experience, you might still be pleasantly surprised by what's available on the web’s largest video sharing network. Just search for a show title and see what comes up. For example, if you search Boy Meets World — an old ABC family sitcom from the 90s — several uploaded episodes from virtually every season will come up. On the other hand, if you search for Grey's Anatomy — a more current and popular television drama — you'll notice results will come up where you'll have to pay a fee to stream it legally on YouTube.