That's the problem.. old tv shows,
I can't think of any old tv show that I want to watch besides "Lost" (don't even have the time to watch it too)
I want to see the latest movies, haha. Although they don't offer such a service and they're the only legal/legit tv and movie video streaming website that I know of.
I considered trying Netflix (internet streaming) sometime ago but I found limited movies and tv shows that interested me so I never went for a subscription.
You're paying per movie (when you count it all up, the price tag will make you have a heart attack).
I was looking for a monthly subscription service where I can watch unlimited movies for a monthly price (that's why I looked at Nexflix).
Edited: I'm talking about internet streaming on NetFlix. I don't think they'll mail movies to where I live..
I was on holidays recently and brought the samsung galaxy tab along for the ride. As it rained constantly we were forced to stay in the mobile home most of the time so rather than re-living that famous episode of father ted where they play hide and seek, I decided to give netflix a whirl.
I must admit I found it great for the documentaries and stand up, plus the kids had an abundance of cartoon shows to look at.
Yeah. Hulu Plus is also out of the question for me as well.
I think I might try out Netflix's free trail and watch some of their good ol' movies/tv shows (I might have to go with iTunes when they release "Ted").
I'm planning to purchase a Nexus 7 tablet and I'll download the Netflix application (since I heard Jelly Bean does not offer flash support) to stream movies online.
Some questions about Netflix:
Instead of wasting money on multiple NetFlix subscriptions.. will I be allowed to pass around my user/pass details to my family members so they can stream content when they're bored?
Also, will it be possible to access movies and tv shows from two devices at the same time with one subscription?