How to Watch Latest TV Episodes Online For Free

By Sidharth | Web resources

Who doesn’t enjoy watching on-demand movies and the latest tv episodes? Whether you’re traveling, or munching snacks on your office couch – Watching latest tv episodes online gets easier with an stable internet connection. Such similar websites for watching latest tv episodes are reviewed in this post.

One of the easiest and popular way to access online TV episodes is by using YouTube. Everyday, tons of videos are uploaded date wise; there are loads of users/uploaders uploading on YouTube that you’ll be over the moon in no time..  And, you can also use Youtube HD downloader if you want to save them on your hard disk.

However, Youtube doesn’t officially allows streaming of all the latest episodes (max:10 min); therefore, there have been many websites floating around that provides full length episodes..

I recommend that you also check out these Youtube like websites which will help you find almost any latest tv episodes you’re looking for, instantly! Just type the name of the episode in the search box and sort them by date of upload.

Update: Youtube has an channel that has tons of animation, sports, news and tv episodes with legal streaming that can be accessed by clicking here.

There are even torrent websites that neatly organizes episodes for download..however, you need to take care that not all the websites serve legal episodes. As a side note, make sure to know your ISP rules 🙂

If you’re in the UK or if you’re good with using vpn softwares and services then try the MSN Video player which is an newly and legally launched initiative from MSN.


You can watch latest full length episodes without interruption 😉 Check out MSN Video Player

Another website is TV Gorge – This site has been reviewed by some of the popular tech blogs already. Sadly, they had to take down most of the indexed content because they were embedding videos with permission.


Nonetheless, tvgorge is an useful website that still has some of the most popular episodes. Know any other website? 🙂 Let me know..

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Hi, I am Sidharth. Full-time blogger. Editor of Blogote. And a self-proclaimed geek!

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shle896 March 19, 2010

Don’t know if it’s already been mentioned, but I watch a lot of tv shows via Fancast, which is part of Comcast (, so I assume you need to be a customer of Comcast internet services.

It has everything from full movies, game shows, talk shows, daytime soaps, to primetime network and cable shows, plus shows on premium cable channels like HBO and Cinemax.

I also like the simple, well thought-out interface of the site. It’s terrific!

    Sidharth March 19, 2010

    Yes, randomly I did stumble upon Fancast before making this post – I believe it actually aggregates videos from different video sharing website as well. Have to agree with the fact that fancast interface is superb. Pretty neat!

    However, it states that it doesn’t support my region when I tried to open some random video.. perhaps due to the fact that I am from India. So.. it’s an bonus for those who are in the U.S… 🙂 and doesn’t seem to work for people who are outside the US (most of them)

    Thanks for adding value to the content.


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