OT: Heads up Comcast customers-HBO and Showtime On-Demand are free this week.
I hope you have enough time to watch every episode of GoT this week because, if not, you're not going to be able to keep yourself from paying for them.
Worth the money. He'll, the season 3 bluray set was only $30 at best buy
That is the only one you need to watch. Over.... and Over..... and Over.... again.
Directv is giving a free week this week as well, I think it said last night. Plus MLB extra innings is free through this first weekend.
Well I have Charter, and pay for HBO and Showtime all ready. So you can get off my lawn.
If you're able to watch tv on your computer comfortably, google project free tv. That's where I watch all my shows the day after they air for free. Never had a problem with it. I have ad block for chrome so I'm not sure if there are ads or not, but if you don't have ad block and chrome you're living in the past. Just a friendly tip, and no I'm not associated in any way to that site or google. I'm just a poor college student.
...But Project Free TV is a cesspool for malware. I wouldn't advise it for anyone who isn't prepared for their AV software to go to war.
I've never had a problem with it, and never had a malware scare for the 1+ year I've been using the site. I also use firstrow1.eu, and I feel that place is a higher risk. (I compare it to that because I know people on here have used it in the past.) I do use various chrome extensions, plus hotspot shield, Microsoft security essentials, and malware bytes. I feel protected, but I am also only slightly above average when it comes to computer knowledge. Figured I'd share a website that works for me, especially for all those poor college guys like myself. Proceed at your own risk, I suppose.
Besides Game of Thrones, I'm also looking forward to Silicon Valley, the new Mike Judge show. I'm a big fan of some of the names involved with that project.
For the articles.
And I only watch Cinemax for the insightful and inspiring documentaries.
True Detective is the shit. Only 8 episodes so I can get the entire thing in.
True Detective was really good, and I can't wait to see Game of Thrones. My favorite show right now is Hannibal. I think it may be better in almost every way than True Detective, and its on NBC, go figure. People need to be watching Hannibal!!!
Hannibal is a solid show.
If you haven't seen it already watch the episode from March 25 about the college degrees for the student athletes who cannot read and the other degrees athletic departments funnel football players towards. It's really quite sad to see this and learn how the NCAA disbanded the SAT/ACT requirements to be a student athlete and went to a graduation based system.
HBO and Cinemax are free this weekend for UVerse
Directv did cinemax a couple weekends ago but it was only the live channels. It didn't give you access to on demand for series, movies, etc.
Yes, I think it may be only On-Demand access.
...that you might decide to get HBO (you can easily talk Comcast into adding it for $5/mo for a year) after you get into Game of Thrones. As stated, True Detective is also very good. Boardwalk Empire isn't bad..... although I gave it up after Season 2 since I have a hard enough time keeping up with my other favorite shows.
Veep is a good watch that I avoided until recently. The first season was clunky but season 2 was funny. Julia Louis Dreyfus must be on steroids or something.
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