Save your favorite TV shows by watching them online…?

Glenn Hauman

Glenn is VP of Production at ComicMix. He has written Star Trek and X-Men stories and worked for DC Comics, Simon & Schuster, Random House, arrogant/MGMS and Apple Comics. He's also what happens when a Young Turk of publishing gets old.

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  1. Tom Fitzpatrick says:

    Is there any guarantee that by watching tv on-line would I be able to view it in close captioned (or sub-titles) seeing that is how I can understand regular tv programming?If not, then I'd guess I'll be only watching my fav programs only on tv.

  2. Paul1963 says:

    I wonder if Nielsen takes into account the little glitches that sometimes occur due to the increasing uselessness of TV Guide. Here's an example:There's exactly one show I watch on The CW: Reaper. I'm an old-school viewer, preferring to watch my shows when they air if possible. This week's TV Guide shows The CW airing One Tree Hill at 8PM on Tuesday 4/21. Now, when I saw this, it struck me as odd that they'd pre-empt Reaper for one week and one week only, but I've gotten used to networks pulling weird stunts with scheduling. So, at 8:00 Tuesday night, I turned to Comedy Central and watched the reruns of Monday's Daily Show and Colbert Report.Imagine my surprise when I impulsively switched over to The CW during one of Colbert's breaks and saw that Reaper was on. Now, TV Guide doesn't do regional editions anymore, which means that error was in every single copy of that issue and potentially any Reaper watcher who relies on it as, oh, a guide to what's going to be on TV missed that episode and now has to go to The CW's website to stream it.