May 05, 2006

Writing about web page

Isn’t this a bit, um, brazen? Time was you had to faff around with BitTorrent and whatnot to download your favourite TV shows. Now you can just go to this site and there they all are. Is that sound I hear in the distance the RIAA exploding into a nuclear fireball of rage? I give it about another seventeen seconds before the C&D letters arrive.

- 8 comments by 1 or more people Not publicly viewable

[Skip to the latest comment]
  1. How am I ever going to get any work done now when I can watch Boston Legal and Battlestar Galactica at work :)

    05 May 2006, 14:06

  2. They have Thundercats!!!

    05 May 2006, 19:35

  3. naz

    I only see approval amongst your readers

    10 May 2006, 14:36

  4. Josh

    Uh.. RIAA only covers music. Videos would be MPAA's problem. (Motion Picture Association of America)

    Nice site, though. I can finally catch up on those 4400 episodes I missed.


    31 May 2006, 00:35

  5. Richard Cramber

    Here are some more websites that offer Free TV: – Watch tv online here – Free online music videos – Watch all your favourite tv shows, movies, anime and cartoons.

    12 Jan 2007, 19:17

  6. pj

    i need to know this is … illegal? is it endorsed by CBS? can somebody plz tell me the straight truth.

    15 Jan 2007, 17:45

  7. Olly

    It’s probably not as straightforward as it would be if it were actually hosting all the TV shows and stuff – all it’s doing it providing links to them on youtube and stuff. Come to think of it, since it presents the videos in its own window with its own advertising, youtube could probably sue them for stealing off them.

    23 Jan 2007, 22:51

  8. Justin does not work -:(

    This one works:

    25 Jan 2007, 03:19

Add a comment

You are not allowed to comment on this entry as it has restricted commenting permissions.

Search this blog


Blog archive


Most recent comments

  • I'm looking for two authors/books from the 1970s or early 80s. The first was set in England. All I r… by Leo on this entry
  • I'm looking for two authors/books from the 1970s or early 80s. The first was set in England. All I r… by Leo on this entry
  • I am trying to find a book about a grandfather who tells his grandson that if he imagines hard enoug… by hilary woolf on this entry
  • Hi Looking for a series of books in which the main character was a knight. The knight was either a f… by Ely McKenna on this entry
  • I'm trying to track down my favourite children's book from the early 1970s (pub. 1970 – 1973?) about… by Ally Holloway on this entry
Not signed in
Sign in

Powered by BlogBuilder