Ahh, who doesn't love a lazy Sunday? As I sit here with my glass of wine and popcorn, I realize that the only thing missing is a classic romantic comedy. Unfortunately, there was a mix up with the cable bill and it got cut off yesterday :(. So what's a girl to do? Luckily, I have some inside info on ways to watch movies and shows online -- for free!
Most of us have heard of sites like hulu.com where you can watch some of your favorite TV shows for free (the key word being SOME). Others -- mainly the good ones, in my opinion -- will cost you a little cash. Hey, it's not much compared to paying for cable every month, but it's also not worth it if you can find a site that lets you watch those shoes for FREE. Thankfully, I have found that site. It's located at http://www.free-tv-video-online.me/.It's 100% free and there are thousands upon thousands of TV shows and movies listed! All you need is an internet connection to watch almost anything you want! So if the economy is hitting you hard, this is definitely an option you should consider.
Being able to pay for cable each month is a convenience, but considering the alternate options, it might be better to just skip that convenience. And if you're concerned that your TV will go to waste, worry no more. Most modern laptops, desktops, and televisions have an HDMI outlet. All you have to do is plug one end into the computer and the other end into the TV, and there you go! You can watch whatever is on your computer on the TV instead.
I think it's important to mention that if you want to watch basic cable shows, most of them host recent episodes on their respective websites (abc.com, cbs.com, tbs.com, etc.). Honestly, I think it was a blessing in disguise that the cable got cut off. Why waste $50, $100, or $150 a month on something that you can just as well watch online for free?
Do you use the internet to watch TV or movies? What sites do you use?