TV Links is a site I never heard about before. It offers a big list of popular TV shows, cartoon & anime series that you can watch by following the links that get posted on it.
The site lists the name of the show and the number of seasons that they link to on their main page. If you click on a link a page with all links to all episodes that are available will load. All that is left to do is click on one of the links to watch the show on a third party website.
Those websites are either YouTube, Dailymotion or Bolt. To give you an impression, here are some of the TV shows that are listed on that site: 24 all five seasons, Friends 6 seasons, One Tree Hill four seasons plus many additional shows such as desperate housewives, Seinfeld, Stargate and The Office.
It can take weeks literally to watch all shows that are listed here on the website.
The links to cartoon and anime shows are large as well. To name a few: Southpark, Futurama, Simpsons (all 18 seasons), Spongebob in the cartoon category and Bleach, Dragonball Z (15 seasons) and GT, Full Metal Alchemist and Naruto in the anime category. Everything is just two clicks away and while there is no guarantee that the TV show or video is still available on the linked site, it seems there is a good chance that this is the case currently.
Update: The TV Links website is no longer available and we have removed its link from the article as a consequence. Since we do not want to keep you hanging like that we have created a list of alternatives for you to look at to fix your online TV needs.
You can first check out our best free TV streaming sites guide which links to various TV network sites and services like Hulu where you can watch TV online, provided that you are living in a country where the service streams its contents in.
In Watch TV on your PC we look at some software solutions that you can use to watch telly right on your computer.
Times have changed a lot and free offers to watch TV on the Internet have increased as well. One site that helps you find shows that you can watch online for free legitimately is TV Muse.
Just select the show you are interested in and it will display websites where you can watch the show online. Note that these offers are usually restricted to users from specific countries.Advertisement
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