Because humor, fun and a positive attitude are so important, you’re going to really like this . . .
You can watch your favorite TV comedies such as 30 Rock, The Office, It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Glee and Saturday Night Live online — and usually for free. And I can tell you how.
I learned from an article in a promising new blog about comedy.
The new blog – Splitsider.com – says it is about comedy and the people who create it. “It covers movies, TV shows, web videos, books and any other format that exists to make you laugh.”
One of the inaugural articles is titled “Where (On the Internet) To Watch Every Comedy This Season.” The article has a long list of TV comedies you can watch online, mostly through free services like Hulu.com and the networks themselves. Just click and watch, although the free services may have a brief commercial at the beginning that you have to sit through.
There are also paid services such as iTunes where you can rent a show for 99 cents.
The Splitsider article includes links to the sites where the various comedies can be viewed. According to the post, most of the shows are put online one day after they are originally aired although some are delayed longer. And, if you have a hankerin’ for some old favorites, Hulu has a massive back catalog of off-the-air shows, from NewsRadio to Arrested Development.
I’m going to keep an eye on Splitsider. It has potential.