3 Quick Ways to Watch TV Shows for FREE

3 Quick Ways to Watch TV Shows for FREE

Quick guide to being able to watch your favorite TV shows for FREE!

With the ever increasing amount of TV shows available to watch on TV, it has become even tougher to try to view them all. With a ridiculous 500+ number of cable channels available to us it’s surprising that some shows are even watched at all.

The rise in popularity of foreign UK-based shows such as “Dr. Who,” “Torchwood,” “The Office,” and others, has only hastened the need for time-shifting capabilities.

Unfortunately not everyone has a DVR or TIVO available to them, so arises the need for alternative time-shifting capabilities.

There’s a whole number of ways that one can get TV content from the internet and onto their PC but, to keep it simple we’ll I”ll mention the three easiest.

1. Clicker.TV

Clicker.TV is a Chrome browser extension that simplifies the process, and allows you to search, save and watch all the full-length TV shows, movies and Web series available online.

What Clicker.TV does is aggregate streaming sources for just about every TV series, movie, and live event around so that you don’t have to search for what your want to watch. Clicker.TV takes the links to everything (both free and pay sources) and puts them in a searchable database.

2. Project — Free TV

Project — Free TV is standard on-demand video streaming site that hosts links to uploaded videos hosted on third-party sites.

It has an extensive list of links to many of the the most popular (and not so popular) TV shows around so that users can watch their favorite TV shows wherever and whenever they want.

Project — Free TV has one of the better selections out there, offering episodes from shows like The Walking Dead, Dexter, Game of Thrones, and Breaking Bad.


TVPC has just about every TV channel you can think of, both from here and abroad. Want to watch Egyptian TV? Iranian TV? You can with TVPC.

Now for US programming the selection is unmatched. It has channels like Showtime, ESPN, Cinemax, Fox News, FX, HBO, History Channel, and the Discovery Channel to name a few.

It’s that easy.

Stay tuned.

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