What Is Free Internet TV?

Some sources of free Internet TV include Hulu, Crackle and official network websites such as Comedy Central, ABC and NBC. These sites all allow users to watch episodes of popular TV series for free.

Hulu is one of the major free television streaming websites, offering a large selection of TV series in various genres, including comedy, drama and reality TV. From popular modern shows such as “The Bachelor” and “Bob’s Burgers” to classics such as “Seinfeld” and “I Love Lucy,” users can watch many episodes completely free. Hulu also hosts its own selection of original programming, including “Casual,” “Difficult People” and “The Awesomes.”

Crackle is another popular streaming site that offers a wide selection of free TV shows. From the classic comedy of “All in the Family” and “The Larry Sanders Show” to the modern drama of “The Shield,” Crackle features a variety of free programming with limited commercial interruptions. Like Hulu, the site also offers its own original programming, including “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” and “Sports Jeopardy!”

Many major TV networks also offer selections of free programming on their official websites, including ABC, NBC and Comedy Central. The sites typically offer newer episodes of popular TV shows that are free to stream. ABC and NBC also offer free live streaming in select markets. Users in participating regions can tune in to free live streams of their local network affiliate stations.