Hulu was pretty useful for getting new US shows before they were shown in the UK.
I used to watch The Simpsons all the time on it. In my other house in Portland, Oregon, of course.
I am Queeg...
Netflix is already on my TV and I don't have to buy another box for it.
Why do you still have signatures turned on?
i.e. The television industry doesn't like the honest business model. They wish to encourage an underground black market.
Good call. This will solve all the problems of the industry.
Dude. You so are not cut out for internet discussion boards. That lackadaisical, slack-arsed mindset might work "in the real world", but here on the net, small continuity errors and inconsistencies are the things a Jihad is made of. If you can't get spittle-froth at the corners of your mouth over the plot of a TV show, you're just owned.
I have to have a cable subscription to get content online that I can legally get free over-the-air and can, admittedly with less centralized convenience, get free off the actual network websites?
So long Hulu. It was a mediocre while it lasted.
Free will be something we tell our grand kids about. Mark my words.
Now get the hell off my lawn you young turds!
Last edited by The Zevad; 04-30-2012 at 04:20 PM.
I like Hulu. It's well done, good video quality, good selection and convenient when I'm not at home. It's better than the network's own sites and better than illegal downloading. I'll still use it
It's a bit like having sex with a jellyfish: once might an interesting experiment, twice would be perversion!
You never know what worse luck your bad luck has saved you from.
"Now you'll get to pay for more stuff you don't want, and as a bonus, we'll still keep making you watch commercials!"
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