Looking for places to search for, watch, and/or download your favorite television show episode videos?

Below is a comprehensive list of all the television programs that can be downloaded or streamed online. This list focuses primarily on legitimate download and tv search sites. You will see that this list does not focus at all on the many many peer-to-peer and torrent network download sites. Obviously this is a list that is growing quickly and I could certainly use some help in keeping it up to date. Please feel free to add to this list in the comments below. Thanks.

I encourage you to bookmark this list and come back as we will update it as needed. Last Updated 10/22/2007

Network Television WebSites:

Many of the major video search sites do well with posting TV content when the networks allow it or don't ask them to remove them:

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Here are some television specific search sites and directories:

Apple iTunes and Apple TV:

As of 9/29/2007, the following networks are offering content through the iTunes store: A&E, ABC, ABC Family, ABC News, Adult Swim, Animal Planet, BET Networks, Biography Channel, Bravo, Cartoon Network, CBS, CMT, CNN, Comedy Central, Court TV, CSTV/CBS Sports, The CW, Discovery Channel, Discovery Health, Discovery Kids, Disney Channel, E!, ESPN, FOX, FOX Reality, Fox Sports, Fox Sports in espanol, Fuel TV, Funimation, FX, History Channel, Jetix, Lifetime, Logo, MLB.com, MTV, nun2, The N, NASCAR, National Geographic, NBC, NBC News, NBC Sports, NFL Network, Nick at Nite, Nickelodeon, Nicktoons network, PBS, PBS kids, Sci Fi Channel, Showtime, Sleuth, Si TV, SOAPNet, Speed, Spike, Style, The sundance channel, Telemundo, TLC, Travel Channel, TNT, TV Land, USA, VH1 and Warner Bros.

Third Party Service Providers:

  • Cozmo.tv and Brightcove are allowing people to control their Tivo's through their browser.
  • MobiTV: Currently streams television to mobile devices
  • Orb offers TV on your PC.

Places to Download Episodes (not something the networks are too happy with ;-) Look what they did to TVLinks. Thanks to Mike Abundo for pointing these out: