This is the fourth and final article in the series.
Here are ten more sites to view television programs and movies free online. I have included sites that show programs from other countries, as well.
In all the sites I research to bring you free online viewing, if any site offers porn I do not include it. Those sites who accept links or content from pirate sites are not included.
Only those sites that do not require a membership, subscription, email or debit card information (even on “free” sites), are listed here. Sites that direct links to paid sites such as iTunes and others are also not included. Believe me, there are quite a few. It does take time to research each site and bring it to you.
Just in time for the start of a new school year, or anytime. Watch live mission reports, gather information about current and past missions- all free.
I had to add the “Windows media player” from Microsoft, but that’s ok. It was breathtaking to see the earth from cameras on the International Space Station.
There are features for both teachers and students, and many interactive features as well.
This is one of the largest Latin-American networks in America. Programs in Spanish are available in every genre: food, home, work, futbol and more.
I did not find any movies available, however, those who watch Novellas will be happy to find them here- free. Never miss an episode.
Forums, photos, and interviews with celebrities are also available.
Dozens of classic and vintage (another word for “oldies”) television programs are waiting to be viewed. I watched “Secrets of the Summer House” (2010) from A&E without any problems.
There is a very decent collection of vintage movies in different genres, from sci-fi to crime, and from war to cartoons. In addition, there is an educational channel for those back to school this season, or just want to learn something new. Hundreds of movies and television episodes are listed.
Try viewing “When Zombies Attack” without laughing- I dare you.
No contests, forums or shopping are on this site, though. It’s strictly free viewing.
“The Internet Archive, a 501(c) (3) non-profit, is building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a paper library, we provide free access to researchers, historians, scholars, and the general public.” -Introduction from Archive.Org Website.
Students, authors needing research and anyone who needs answers to questions are able to research millions of documents from federal cases, participate in a digital lending library or research over a million videos free of charge.
Religious, spiritual, home movies, old movies, and much more are listed on this site. Documents from federal cases, all public domain are also available. A digital book as well as a host of other information is accessible from this site.
Many of the movies can be burned to a DVD for television viewing. Best of all, there are no commercials.
TV Web 360
If you’ve ever heard the complaint about cable, “two hundred channels and nothing to watch,” then look no further.
How would you like 1500+ channels completely free? Join programming in progress, movies, and more from all over the world. Choose from channels in any language from any country.
Educational programming for students, comedies, movies and much more are available. No membership needed, no forums, fluff, shopping or contests, just free viewing.
For animal lovers, students of all ages and anyone who loves to watch animal videos. Full-length episodes abound about specific dog and cat breeds, zoo animals, fish and much, much more.
Games, newsletters, blogs and more are available to any viewer. Watch videos of some of the weirdest prehistoric fish alive today.
Have fun learning about the creatures we share this planet with. Maybe your teacher will give extra credit for reports?
Watch all your favorite episodes of Fox programs without most of the commercials. “Hell’s Kitchen,” “Master Chef,” “Bones,” “Glee,” and others. If your local network station doesn’t carry all the Fox programs, watch the ones you’re missing here.
Join the forums; enter sweepstakes for prizes from your favorite shows. Get a sneak peek at the 2010-2011 season programming.
Fox also provides useful links to such information as Global Energy Initiative, Help for Parents and others. There are links to other Fox Network sites as well.
Trinity Broadcasting Network
Watch full- length sermons with your favorite Pastors, or watch full- length films such as, “The Omega Code,” and “The Revolutionary,” as well as others.
This is a Christian website featuring Christian views and Bible-based teaching.
If you are on vacation and not near a church, homebound, or have to work on Sunday, this is the site to receive the Good News. Sign up for free email newsletters and programming updates.
Watch full episodes of “House of Payne,” “Meet the Browns,” and many others. Sweepstakes, games forums and more abound for viewers.
There are no movies to watch online at this site for now. If you have cable, the site does give a viewing schedule of movies being shown that week.
Watch full episodes as well as clips of your favorite Comedy Central series. Play games, shop at the store, read blogs and more.
Check out the stand up joke for the day. Take it to work with you and lighten the mood. Have the joke of the day delivered to your email address free.
If “laughter is the best medicine,” (Reader’s Digest), then this site will keep you healthy.
There certainly are more sites that show television programs and movies free online, but after awhile some bear resemblance so closely to others that, it seems the same content is offered under different names. For example, TVWeb360.com and TVTube360 look very similar. They are not the same company, however.
Quite a few sites that offer older television programs often offer the same programs. For that reason, I decided to stop my list here. Being fresh is one thing, being redundant is boring.
Since new sites and television networks are created from time to time, here’s how to find out if your favorite network offers free online viewing. Simply type into the search bar, “watch your network name online,” and hit enter. You’ll soon know. Look for the network name in the internet address, not another site.