The internet is inundated with various ways to watch streaming television shows. Here are some of the best options when it comes to quality streaming at affordable prices.
Founded in 1997, Netflix has provided on-demand Internet streaming media to more than 27 million Americans. Monthly subscriptions are $7.99 for unlimited online access.
Netflix is challenging the TV industry and the meaning of Neilsen ratings with its uninterrupted streaming service and quality programming.
Must-See's include: AMC's "Breaking Bad and Mad Men;" Comedy Central's "Chappelle's Show" and Showtime's "Dexter."
Launched in 2010, the online streaming website is a free service to HBO subscribers through a cable service. The service is also available on various devices as an app.
The best part about HBOGo is unlimited access to all original HBO series and documentaries. Subscribers can now enjoy HBO content they haven't seen in years--or at all.
Must-See's include: "The Wire," "The Sopranos," "GIRLS" and comedy specials by Louis C.K., Bill Maher and many more.
Launched in 2010, Hulu Plus offers monthly subscribers an expanded collection of entertainment including original content. Currently more than 1.5 million people are paying for Hulu Plus.
Hulu, the free service website, is a great option if you don't want to fork the money over for another streaming service.
Unfortunately, both Hulu and Hulu Plus are still riddled with commercial ads
Must-See's include: ABC's "Modern Family," NBC's "Parks and Recreation" and Fox' "Family Guy."
Amazon Instant Video
In 2011, Amazon introduced Amazon Instant Video to Amazon Prime members allowing them to stream movies and TV shows on the website.
Amazon has also included original content for viewers. Members can also choose whether they want to rent or buy and own content.
Must-See's include: FX's "Justified," Masterpiece's "Downton Abbey" and Fox' "Fringe."