I find that streaming the shows via my laptop and the HDMI cable is an equivalent quality to cable/satellite.
My big excitement is that the new episodes of Breaking Bad are going to be available weekly in the UK on Netflix, so I'll have to do is change my location. Any good shows or movies on UK Netflix that aren't available on the US version?
"You emerge victorious from the maze you've been travelling in." Oct 21,2012- Best Fortune Cookie Ever!
Besides these new stations are not coming in consistantly.
The 23 are repeats of the same few channels. They come in from different towns. It tends to go in bunches of 5 or 7, so for instance 34.1-34.5 with 34.3 in Spanish and 34.5 as children's programming. The rest are general religious/constantly fundraising. Then 46.1-46.5 is the same thing from somewhere else in Texas. And I can do without all of them. Although I'll have to say the children's station has "Upstairs/Downstairs Bears" which is oddly cute and entertaining with animation stop motion teddy bears. And the very old "The Funny Factory" cartoons. So strange and cute.
I think we are considered south of the Bible Belt. Southern Louisiana is more "let the good times roll" and more Catholic than evangelical Protestant (which is what I think these broadcast religious stations are all about).
so on tonights Under the Dome, what exactly is the little sparkly egg in the ground? And boo-hiss at killing off the diabetic.
BTW...How is Siberia the fake reality show doing? I see quite a few people talking about Under The Dome but no one is talking Siberia. Has the show been pulled?
“Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none.” William Shakespeare
A heads up for the Canadians who don’t have Space in their cable package – CTV will start showing Orphan Black this coming Friday: CTV Presents World Broadcast Premiere of Space Original Series ORPHAN BLACK Beginning Aug. 16:
CTV announced today that it will present the world broadcast premiere and first-ever network run of the hit conspiracy thriller ORPHAN BLACK later this summer. The Space original series from Temple Street Productions, produced in partnership with BBC America, will be introduced to new viewers on Friday, Aug. 16 when it begins its first-ever run on a conventional network, leading to a Season 1 finale on CTV in the heat of the fall season in mid-October. The 10-episode, one-hour series will air in primetime Fridays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CTV (visit CTV.ca to confirm local broadcast times) and on the CTV Mobile channel on Bell Mobile TV.
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Was it just me who wondered why Melina didn't stick like glue to the other contestants on the last episode of Whodunit? When they asked to be alone, I'd simply say "no". If they moved, I'd move with them. Whatever info they were to share, I'd be SURE I heard EVERY word. I have NO idea why she walked away from them to go on her own... :confused?
"When I was poor and I complained about inequality people said I was bitter, now I'm rich and I complain about inequality they say I'm a hypocrite. I'm beginning to think they just don't want inequality on the agenda because it is a real problem that needs to be addressed." - Russell Brand
But then about 30 seconds ago I got a notifications from my library that the DVD copy I requested is in ... so now I can have a binge viewing. Without commercials or cuts. (Good timing: it's supposed to rain here this weekend.)
For those of you who watch Nickelodeon, they just cancelled the putrid "Wendell and Vinnie". Poor Jerry Trainor, who was brilliant in iCarly and Drake and Josh, couldn't save this piece of garbage show. Poorly executed and ill-conceived, "Wendell and Vinnie" was a disaster from Ep 1.
And they need to do something to save Sam and Cat. The pilot was OK, but the following ep's have been painfully unfunny.