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Thursday, May 26, 2011

Free TV and movies, online

I'm not on the road yet, but dirtville is about as rustic as it gets. I won't pay for cable so a lot of my television watching is done online.

Below are websites I have collected, where you can watch TV episodes and/or movies without a subscription. Watching will still cost you data-time. I've been told that a movie uses approximately 1 gb.

Let us not forget our local libraries! You can borrow movies, at no charge! Generally you have a whole county, city or state system to borrow from!








Watch-Series (lots of pop up and annoying add-ons) but I can watch Criminal Minds, here, so I put up with them.


  1. I didn't know about Rolling Rescue til I saw it just now. What a great idea!

    I hope you don't mind that I posted a link to your blog and also the organization on my blog to help spread the word.


    P.S. I don't know what's wrong with Blogger today but it's making me post as anonymous.


  2. Here are a few more TV links:

  3. Nice list!! I also just found for free movies. This is the best part of finding other people out in the world that share a style of living: we can trade tips!

  4. We have a cap on our internet connection, so we very rarely watch anything on the internet. Once in a while, we run across some free wifi (not too often as we stay in the sticks) this list will surely come in handy then. Thanks!

    Jenn, Johnny, and the Infamous Rain Dog

  5. I also watch all of my TV via the Computer. NO COMMERCIALS - gotta love that.

  6. Some are dead links.

  7. No commercials? Then I guess pop up ads are a good trade off. I had been over-paying for tv (even with the cable "deals") for almost 2 years. I was talked into it for the "bundle" price on internet services and where I am there was only one internet option in the beginnning. While I have disconnected the other services and am now just over paying for cable internet, my next research is on what options have opened up in that area. This is one bonus for technology changing quickly.
    I appreciate the suggestions on free online watching. I also use the library for DVDs of movies and some tv series.
    For me tv is usually background noise and when I did want to see something I often missed it anyway.

  8. Anonymous, Thanks for the heads up! I just rechecked the links. they're fine from this end!

    Dogsmom, Not quite no commercials Hulu and the networks do use commercials, but they are short (five or so 30-60 secondslots in a 45 minute program) and sweet (and VERY repetitive!)TV is like a lullabye here, anything on it, puts me to sleep!

    Besides being unable to comment, none of my blogs have followers! WTH???

    Cyndi & Stumpy @ RVly Ever After

  9. I'm doing the same thing, I've signed up for 10Gs through Verizon - $80/month. Kind of high, but I figure it's my entertainment, and if I don't use it all, I'll back it down to 5G. I'm using it mostly for TV shows that I've missed, and then I'll keep up with them, just after they've aired. Movies DO use too much, but I like the idea of getting DVDs at the library - or those Red Box movies at grocery stores that are $1 each. That's a bargain. :)

  10. I also watch all of my TV shows on the computer. Gotta love the no commercials for sure. Here are the two links I use and I always choose megavideo. Mostly no pop-up at all.

  11. B, watch your data time! 10GBs isn't alot when you're straming video. Ask me how I know!

    Sassy! LOVE LOVE LOVE no commercials! thanks for the links! I'll add them to the list!

    Happy Trails, forever!
    Cyndi & Stumpy @ RVly Ever After/