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In this new age of television, viewers are getting less and less of their favorite programs from their immobile TV sets, turning to their laptops, cell phones and tablet PCs, providing the option of catching up with their shows on the go. Amongst the most popular sites offering TV's hottest programs are Hulu, TV.com, Dailymotion, Fancast and iTunes.
Hulu might be the most popular place on the internet for viewing television and movies. The site features content from NBC Universal, FOX, ABC, MTV Networks, PBS, Paramount, Warner Bros. and more. Some of their most popular shows are "Glee," "The Office," and "Modern Family."
Although membership is required to view the full range of the site, a lot of the content can still be enjoyed for free.
Along with videos of your favorite shows, TV.com has developed a community where fans can write reviews and discuss shows with each other after signing up for free registration.
Crackle features a fun mix of television, movies and its own original programming, while Fancast displays classic TV shows from "The Twilight Zone" to "Hellcats."
Perhaps the most convenient option for Mac users would be iTunes. If you own any of the popular Apple products from the iPad to the iPod, the website provides the opportunity to own an entire season of your favorite TV show on either device. Unlike the other websites, once you've downloaded a show from iTunes no internet connection is needed to view the programs.