TV Links is a very comprehensive up to date website that offers links to hundreds of TV shows, movies, cartoons, anime, music videos and sport shows. The main url brings you to the listing of all available TV shows which start with all episodes of 24 and end with Zoey 101.
All popular shows like Lost, Grey's Anatomy, Star Gate, Star Trek, Desperate Housewives, The Sopranos, Criminal Minds, Alias and hundreds more are available with most if not all episodes a mouse click away. One little drawback is that several episodes have subtitles in different languages but the main language is English.
All shows load in a small popup and play immediately at least on my connection. All videos are hosted on the usual video hosting websites such as Youtube, Veoh and Dailymotion. Tv Links is updated frequently with new shows and broken episodes get replaced rather quickly, at least that is the case for the most popular shows.
The cartoons and anime categories hold several hundred TV shows. The same can be said for all the other categories. I think the movie category is the one that has most broken links of all categories.
Must be because they can be detected by searching for files above a certain file size only.
Update: TV Links may not be the same service, but it makes available TV shows online, at least for some users. The service lists upcoming TV shows as well as shows of the past, and links to services on the Internet where you can watch those shows online. These services are usually either country-restricted services such as Hulu, or subscription-restricted services for cable subscribers. While that may not get you far if you happen to live outside of the countries the shows are available in, it may help users from those countries finding the shows they want to watch online.
Update 2: TV Links redirects to TV Muse now. The service itself appears to have not been changed. You can still look up your favorite TV shows on the site, find out when they are on TV, and where you can stream them on the Internet.
The core difference to before however is that the site is only covering legitimate streaming services now. This means that the majority of them are limited to users from specific countries, or subscribers, and no one else.Advertisement
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