A word of caution before I start the article. If you are easily offended by strong language or are a minor you should stop reading right now and read some other articles on my site. No Good TV is a Internet TV portal that looks and feels a lot like Joost or Bablegum with the difference that No Good TV is a web application.
All you need is your browser to view the shows. The layout of the site is rather chaotic and it takes a while to get used to it - well, unless you like to watch MTV a lot. It really reminds me of the shows that are shown on MTV all the time these days. You can select to view various channels such as Down and Dirty, Dirty Music Videos or Reel Junkies.
Down and Dirty is a Rock, Metal, Pop and Punk channel with videos from acts like Sum41, Korn and Everclear. This are not (!) music videos but some mix of music, interviews and other elements.
I especially like the R-rated movie section called Reel Junkies which is really enjoyable. You do find videos with many celebrities on No Good TV showing the Celebs from their "bad" sides. Great if you like this kind of stuff.
Update: Good news is, the site is still around and you can browse the channels and play videos just like before. Contents seem to be updated fairly regularly even though the site does not appear to be overly popular judging from the sharing buttons displayed on the site. That does not mean that the videos are not popular though as the crowd may just be not that share friendly after all.
Videos appear to be posted regularly judging from the latest additions that cover movies that are just coming out.
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