Over the past few years, TV replay
websites have become more and more popular, even replacing TV altogether for some people. Not all programs are available on replay, but many of the most watched ones can be found on one of the various replay websites. Continue reading to discover the biggest streaming sites in the U.S.
American TV Replay Websites
Today, most networks offer TV replay online via their own websites. The concept is fairly simple and similar across networks.
To watch replays of Fox shows, go to Fox's website
To watch replays of CBS shows, go to CBS' website
To watch replays of NBC shows, go to NBC's website
To watch replays of ABC shows, go to ABC's website
TV Streaming Websites
Netflix is an extremely popular online streaming service that gives you access to a variety of movies, TV shows, and documentaries created by Netflix and various other production companies.
Using the mobile app, Netflix also allows you to download certain content.
A monthly Netflix subscription costs $8. A standard subscription, which offers the possibility to watch on two screens at once, costs $10.99. Finally, a premium subscription, available un Ultra HD, costs $13.99.
To watch Netflix shows, go to Netflix's website
Amazon Prime Video is an online streaming service that allows you to watch a variety of content produced by Amazon as well as others.
Using Prime Video, you can watch content on your Amazon Fire device or you can use your phone, tablet, or computer to tune in.
Amazon allows you to rent or buy digital movies or TV shows, with rented content being cheaper than purchased content.
An Amazon Prime Video subscription is part of Amazon Prime's overall subscription service, which costs $99 per year, or roughly $8.99 per month. With Amazon Prime, you benefit from free 2-day shipping, streaming, and other discounts on your groceries and books.
To watch shows on Amazon Prime, go to Amazon's website
Hulu is a streaming service that allows you to watch live TV as well as streamed TV shows, movies, and kids' programs.
Hulu monthly subscription plans start at $5.99 and go up to $39.99.
To watch shows on Hulu, go to Hulu's website
Is Streaming Content Legal?
Most multimedia content is protected by copyright and is only available by paying for it. Some sites, via free or paid offers, allow you to acquire or legally view this content by downloading it or by streaming it.
Content that is no longer protected by intellectual property laws, or that which has never been covered by these laws, is usually the content that is made available for streaming for free.
Image: © Flat Design - Shutterstock.com