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Bluth Alert! Watch All of 'Arrested Development' Season 2 Online

by Brad Trechak, posted Oct 3rd 2010 5:00PM
Arrested Development Season 2If you have never watched 'Arrested Development' before, the excuses for not doing so are becoming fewer and further between.

Hulu recently made the entirety of the second season available for streaming at your leisure to enjoy the further misadventures of the Bluth family.

If you want to catch more of Michael Cera before he became a movie star (yet playing the same character), here's your chance.

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Stand Up to Cancer 2010: Watch Online Tonight

by Chris Jordan, posted Sep 10th 2010 12:00PM
Watch out cancer, Hollywood is coming for you.

Dozens of actors, musicians and athletes will take part in the 'Stand Up To Cancer 2010' telethon, set to air Fri. Sept. 10 at 8PM ET simultaneously on ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, HBO, Showtime, E! and other outlets and stream on multiple internet portals, including here.

Cancer survivors, including Christina Applegate, Maura Tierney, Michael C. Hall, Elizabeth Edwards, Ethan Zohn of 'Survivor,' Sofia Vergara and cyclist Lance Armstrong, will also stand up, and Michael Douglas, who is battling throat cancer, will appear.

Network news anchors Diane Sawyer (ABC), Brian Williams (NBC) and Katie Couric (CBS) will host the proceedings. Couric, whose husband Jay Monahan died of colon cancer in 1998, is a founding member of the Stand Up To Cancer team.

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Online TV viewing nearly doubles over last year

by Jason Hughes, posted Feb 5th 2008 1:41PM
ABC.comShowing why the issue of streaming and download revenue for television programs is so important to the WGA, this report details that online viewing of network primetime shows is up a staggering 18% over last year. That total now accounts for 43% of the total population, or nearly 80 million people. And of those 80 million, 20% say they watch online weekly. God knows I do. There's only so much time at night when I'm at home, so it's nice to be able to spend my lunch hour watching Prison Break or Brothers & Sisters online.

In this "On Demand" era, the idea that we can watch shows anywhere we can get an internet connection (Hi there, Starbucks!) at any time just makes sense. And hey networks, once the strike ends, why not stream your entire primetime lineup rather than just some of it? And With 16 million people watching programs weekly online, what does that do for the ratings of those shows? How is all this new media going to be properly tracked?

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