Watching American and English TV online

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Sharing is caring so here goes, chrome extension to watch your favourite tv shows, all of them work except for Hulu, so enjoy https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/hola-unblocker/gkojfkhlekighikafcpjkiklfbnlmeio?hl=en-US

 

Thanks for sharing!! This extension works awesome.. It now works for Hulu too!

http://hola.org/unblocker.html

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I still use tv-links.eu. I only stream, no downloads. It is up to date, a show that aired last night will already be on the site the next day.

 

I am not joining the darkside. :P

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Don't get so uptight.

 

I am lucky that I can operate my laptop some days, let alone other website extensions and whatever...

No, I am not blond.

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Blondness does not equate to dumbness. Continued displays of outright stupidity...yup, that does it. You're good to go.

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You always got something to say don't you? You never say anything positive, you must be a miserable little man. Finding faults in everyone around you. The great keydeck thinks I am stupid!!! I might as well end it all now as I can not go on with my life being thought stupid by the likes of you.

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I only stream, no downloads.

 

 

 

No, I am not blond.

 

True. Most blonds I know realise that streaming and downloading are essentially the same.

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And so it begins.

 

I tried to make a joke but if you want to go that way, gotcha. So who is going to come in next and make a comment about my intelligence and then correct my grammar? That should be the next stage. Oh well, I got better things to do.

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There is a bit of a learning curve but Usenet (Newsgroups) are another great source of finding and transferring all sorts of data (including TV shows in many languages). I would recommend Usenetserver.com. You do have to pay for the service... but it is a great service =)

 

***Again, do not just sign up for Usenet and expect to be a pro user right away. While it is much more "user friendly" than yesteryear... there is a learning curve to use it. Once you pick up the jist of it you can get information on pretty much anything you want.

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