In recent years, more television broadcasters have realized how important it is to market themselves on the internet. Television is by no means obsolete, and probably won’t be for many decades. However, as people spend more of their time on the Internet, it becomes an added convenience for them to watch their favorite shows while cruising the information superhighway.

Broadcasters realize this, and many are using their websites to host full episodes of their most popular shows. NBC hosts on their website shows like My Name Is Earl, The Office, and Heroes. ABC hosts shows like Grey’s Anatomy, Ugly Betty, and Lost. CBS hosts…wait…does anybody actually watch CBS anymore?

One way or another, you can probably find full episodes of your favorite show on the Internet. It just takes a little bit of searching. But, for those of you who want to find episodes of older shows, the searching is a little bit tougher.

Hopefully, I can help with this. There is a great website that can act as a one-stop website for many of your favorite shows currently on the air, as well as popular shows from the 80s and 90s. It’s called

Hulu primarily hosts shows from NBC and FOX. But, it is by no means limited to these networks. Hulu also offers full episodes of shows from networks like USA, Comedy Central, Bravo, Sci-Fi, G4, and more. The best part is that Hulu videos have very few commercial interruptions, and all of them are 30 seconds or less!

Make some time to check it out. And, let me know what you think of Burn Notice.

P.S. There are extra cool points for anyone who remembers a little show called Airwolf. It's available on Hulu as well.


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