With a host of new streaming, online and on-demand features, does anyone just channel-surf anymore?
Like political dramas? Kevin Spacey stars in the hit "House of Cards," which you can stream on Netflix. Prefer soap operas? The classics "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" are returning as online-only shows. Want celebrities? AOL, Patch's parent company, just announced 15 new web-based shows featuring stars such as Gwyneth Paltrow and Sarah Jessica Parker. And even if you're hooked on traditional television shows like "The Office," services such as Hulu allow you to watch current shows online or stream on your television. So, does anybody just watch TV anymore? Do you still have cable service? How do you use it? Tell us in the comments below.
The digital initiative, which includes 'Nashville' and 'Grey's Anatomy,' runs through December and January.
Tuesday, December 25, 2012
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. According to mashable.com, "every episode" of several of the network's shows will appear on a dedicated Catch Up website and on the ABC Player mobile app. 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…