Yesterday I showed a reader how she could view her favorite ABC programs without needing to sign in to the website with a cable or satellite provider. (Click here to read that article).
Many network programs are also available on paid streaming services such as Hulu. You could also use an antenna to pick up shows live over-the-air if you live somewhere that a signal can reach.
Let’s take a look at what networks offer to view with your browser. This is only for viewing with a browser, the rules may be different if you’re using a mobile app.
As I explained yesterday, ABC allows you to watch many of their programs seven days after their initial airing without logging in with the name of a cable provider and keep those programs available for about 14 days.
NBC.com is a little more generous. They offer the most recently aired episode and about six weeks worth of previous episodes without requiring you to log in with a cable provider.
CBS.com offers the most recent episode and four weeks worth of previous episodes.
FOX.com offers the most recent episode and six weeks worth of previous episodes without the need to sign in.
CWTV.COM offers the five most recent episodes of each series.
While you’re over there visiting CWTV.com, click on the tab at the top for CW Seed.
This web and app only channel features original programming as well as tons of older shows. Everything is absolutely free to watch.