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SlashControl gives you tons of TV for free

by Joel Keller, posted Sep 11th 2009 12:28PM
SlashControl home pageOur friends at AOL TV have launched a new video site today that they're pretty proud of. The new site, SlashControl, provides thousands of free full-length TV episodes of current and past TV shows, as well as lots of free full-length movies.

Navigation is fairly simple: go to either "Free Movies" or "Free TV Shows" and click on the first letter of the show or movie you want to watch. Shows are also easily searchable and grouped by season. Through AOL's partnerships with Hulu, ABC, CBS, Showtime, and a number of other providers, the list of available shows is fairly comprehensive. For shows that don't have full episodes available, there are plenty of embeddable clips available for viewing.

After taking a quick stroll through the site, the interface looks pretty easy to use and navigate, and it's always good to look for what you want on one site instead of all over the place. So take a look at SlashControl; hopefully, it'll only suck away half your day instead of the whole thing.

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Kaycee

What is the point of this? Most of the videos are just redirected from Hulu.

September 12 2009 at 4:16 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
glenn

Not a Hulu killer. If they didn't belong to Aol also they would have torn the site a new hole. Slash/control is week. No pop out, 5 comercials in the first 40 seconds of the show I tried to watch. Glitch between video and commercial caused a failure the first two times I tried to watch a show that required a restart before I cold get the sound to stop popping.
Netflex and hulu are better maybe in a couple of months with a better interface and larger default screen it will be worth my time.
Lots of shows but nothing I couldn't find on many other sites.

September 12 2009 at 2:31 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
xnifex

Damn! no full episodes of Attack of the Show. I miss that show & wish someone would still upload online every day

September 11 2009 at 3:12 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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