MeTV is a free, over-the-air television station, and it is possible to find the channel in a specific area by entering a ZIP code on the MeTV website. To watch the station for free over the air, an antenna is necessary.
Some of the television shows that air on MeTV include "The Alfred Hitchcock Hour," "The Brady Bunch," "Gilligan's Island," "The Rockford Files" and "Laverne & Shirley." Every weeknight, the network also plays a mystery movie, such as "Coffee, Tea or Cyanide?," "Phillip's Game," and "Perry Mason: The Case of the Skin Deep Scandal," as of 2015.
Viewers can also stream certain television shows from MeTV online, but only if these shows are public domain. Some examples of free streaming shows on the website include "The Cisco Kid," "Buffalo Bill, Jr," "Annie Oakley" and "The Adventures of Kit Carson." Also, the website features quizzes for fans of classic television and facts about some of the most famous stars.
People can also watch individual episodes of television shows for free online from MeTV including "The Abbott and Costello Show," "Land of the Lost," "Mr. Lucky," "The Saint" and "Wanted Dead or Alive." The network also streams free classic public domain cartoons on the website including rare cartoons, such as "Colonel Bleep."