Want to watch an entire season's episodes of some top TV series, including "Nashville" and "Grey's Anatomy," online through December and January? No problem.
Episodes of "Castle," "Grey's Anatomy," Happy Endings," "Nashville" and "Neighbors" can be watched through January 5. Episodes of "Once Upon A Time," "Revenge" and "Scandal" are available until Dec. 31.
The holiday initiative will make every -- not just some -- episode viewable for free. And if you have an Internet-connected TV, which is becoming more common these days, you can watch those episodes on your flatscreen.
This shows the growing digital mentality of network television. In September, Fox posted the first-ever full TV episode on Twitter -- the season premiere of "Raising Hope." The CW did likewise for medical drama "Emily Owens," "M.D.," offering the pilot on Twitter as well as on Facebook, YouTube, Hulu, CWTV.com, iTunes and the network’s app.
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