Watch full seasons of these shows on Hulu, and 8 hours will go by like that!

Hulu is the place to go for streaming your favorite shows from the big networks. Here are some of our favorite shows, that have full seasons on Hulu!

1 | Southland

More of a character-driven crime drama than a police procedural, Southland takes a hard look at the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) and specifically, the adventures of rookie Officer Ben Sherman and his training officer John Cooper, who is a homosexual, unbeknownst to most of the rest of the force. In later seasons, the episodes focused less on a serial aspect of storytelling and more on how the crimes actually came together, along with the investigation that went into sorting them out.

The show was originally on NBC but was picked up by TNT and went five seasons until May of 2013 when it was cancelled. Sort of a shame too! It got amazing reviews from critics, with some comparing it to shows like The Wire and Rescue Me, both of which are incredible shows in their own merit. Southland won an Emmy twice in 2011 and 2012 for outstanding stunt coordination, which isn’t terribly surprising either because this is some gripping television. The show also grabbed a Peabody award in 2012.

An interesting note: the directors of Southland used former and current gang members on the show to depict gang violence – pretty impressive. The show is streaming now on Hulu and it’s one of our favorites because of this idea – it is real.

2 | Family Guy

When Family Guy first aired on Fox, it was a total gamble, and it showed. Fox actually cancelled the Seth McFarlane adult cartoon creation in 2002. Adult Swim picked up the syndication and strong numbers, combined with great DVD sales, led to Fox picking the show back up. It’s since gone 14 seasons and 269 episodes, while being nominated for 12 Primetime Emmy Awards.

The series have also led to three full-length feature films which are spoofs of the original Star Wars trilogy. And they’re hilarious.

This one is definitely not for the younger kids in the house. The humor is definitely adult and the situations can be a bit raunchy, but it’s perfect for watching with other adults and it’s infinitely quotable.

Interesting note: The Cleveland Show  was a spinoff of Family Guy. It’s interesting that they gave (in our opinion) the most uninteresting character a spinoff but it sort of makes sense. He’s the most capable of actually leaving the weekly hilarity of the Griffin troop, in a way that, say, Stewie or Brian never could.

Either way, do yourself a favor and check this one out!

3 | Curious George

Going entirely in the other direction from number four is the lovable and kid-friendly Curious George.This one, if you can believe it, is already in its ninth season and features the same voice actors that contributed Curious George and The Man in the Yellow hat in the 2006 motion picture. The show is set up a bit differently than your normal 30 minute show – it features two, fifteen minute animated cuts with some live action in the middle. It may seem short, but in reality it’s the perfect length for the little ones.

The best part about it is how Curious George and The Man solve problems based on math and science, passing off a bit of that learning as well. The artwork that the books are famous for does not always translate to the animation, but it would be hard for it to, we think. And, it’s still very good.

If you’re a parent, you know that you’re always looking for a kids show that you don’t despise watching as well. Face it, the worst possible thing is finding a show your kid loves but that you simply cannot stand. Rest easy, weary traveller, Curious George is easy on the adult eyes and ears!

4 | Vikings

Gosh, we were so excited when this show debuted on The History Channel and let us tell you what…we’re still excited because it’s just plain awesome. Inspired by the viking Ragnar Lothbrok – someone who sounds mythical, but was actually a living, breathing person – the series follows his band of pillagers as they cruise down to England and France to give the boys a bit of no-good.

Travis Fimmel plays Lothbrok and gives a stirring performance. The onus really falls on the actors here, as the times called for rough, dirty and quite often, bloody living. The show isn’t necessarily appropriate for all ages, but it did originally air on The History Channel so there is no graphic nudity or use of abusive language.

If you’re someone who thrives on comparisons, you can think about it as very similar to Game of Thrones, without dragons and magic. In that sense, it is very much like HBO’s Rome.

5 | Seinfeld

If there is a “best of” list and Seinfeld is available as one of the choices and it doesn’t make it on that list, you can disregard the entire thing. This was, by far, the best comedy on television, maybe ever. How do you know? The first episode aired in 1989 with the series running until 1998 and guess what…it’s still funny in 2016. That’s 27 years later. That’s good comedy, kids.

In case you’ve been living under a rock for the last 27 years, the series revolves around Jerry Seinfeld (himself), George Castanza (Jason Alexander), Elaine Benes (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), and Cosmo Kramer (Michael Richards) and follows…well…their lives around the upper west side of New York City. The entire premise of the show is that they don’t really do much. They just sort of experience life. At one point, Jerry and George actually write a pilot for NBC for a show about nothing…called Jerry. Likely one of the most meta moments in television history.

Critics adored this show when it was on because it was funny, fresh and applied to the everyday problems of many Americans. More than 38 million people tuned in during the last seasons of the show in 1998 and it still runs every single day of the week on a variety of television stations in the United States.

If for some odd reason you haven’t seen it, go do it. Do it now.

Honorable Mentions

Jersey Shore: There’s never been a better example of the absurdity that executives will put on television than this show. Similarly, you’ll never see an entire state of a country disavow the actions of a group of people so quickly then you will here. Jersey Shore follows eight housemates and their summer shenanigans in Seaside Heights, New Jersey. The show ran six seasons and has spawned a ton of international spinoffs. If you need a good laugh, tune in. Not for all ages.

Empire: An amazing show that missed the list only because we’re trying to stick to five. Empire centers around Empire Entertainment a hip-hop and R&B music company and the feud between the family members that run it. With generally positive reviews, particularly for the cast, the show was recently renewed for a third season. The premiere of the show ranked as Fox’s highest in three years, so they’re sure to ride this one for some time – hop on!

Project Runway: Make it work, as advisor Tim Gunn would say, and Project Runway has. Say what you will about the reality TV genre or the idea of a show centered around designing clothing – this one is awesome. So awesome, in fact, that it won a Peabody award in 2007. So there. It centers around several entrants who compete to see if their garment will win a contest at New York Fashion Week. Put this one on your list to watch.

And there you have it! There are a ton more full seasons on Hulu to check out. Don’t be afraid. Watch a bunch of them. Binge watch them. Watch one or two episodes and then move on. Whatever you want – It’s your streaming world!

Live games this weekend

We are loving our sports and the we’ve got a great summary of all football (soccer) games we support this weekend. A whole lot of streaming and the highlight is of course El Clasico.

If you haven’t signed up for playmoTV yet, and you will be streaming your sports in just minutes.

Saturday, December 3rd

Granada v Sevilla (La Liga)
12:00 GMT
Sling Blue with Sports add-on (beIN Sports)
fuboTV
Viaplay
Manchester City v Chelsea (EPL)
12:30 GMT
Sling Blue (NBC Sports)
NOW TV (SkySports 1)
Viaplay
Dortmund v Monchengladbach (Bundesliga)
14:30 GMT
Sling Blue (FOX Sports 1)
FOXSoccer2Go
Bayer Leverkusen v Freiburg
14:30 GMT
Sling Blue (FOX Sports 2)
FOXSoccer2Go
Tottenham v Swansea (EPL)
15:00 GMT
Sling Blue (NBC Sports)
Viaplay
 Crystal Palace v Southampton (EPL)
15:00 GMT
Sling Blue with World News add-on (CNBC)
Barcelona v Real Madrid (La Liga)
15:15 GMT
NOW TV (Sky Sports 2)
Sling Blue with Sports add-on (beIN Sports)
fuboTV
 West Ham v Arsenal (EPL)
17:30 GMT
Sling Blue (NBC Sports)
Viaplay
 Atletico Madrid v Espanyol (La Liga)
19:45 GMT
Sling Blue with Sports add-on (beIN Sports)
NOW TV (SkySports 2)
Viaplay
 Juventus v Atalanta (Serie A)
19:45
Sling Blue with Sports add-on (beIN Sports)
Viaplay

Sunday, December 4rd

Real Betis v Celta Vigo (La Liga)
11:00 GMT
Sling Blue with Sports add-on (beIN Sports)
fuboTV
Viaplay
AC Milan v Crotone (Serie A)
11:30 GMT
fuboTV
Viaplay
Bournemouth v Liverpool (EPL)
13:30 GMT
NOW TV (SkySports 1)
Sling Blue (NBC Sports)
Viaplay
Lazio v Roma (Serie A)
14:00 GMT
Sling Blue with sports add-on (beIN Sports)
FOXSoccer2Go
Viaplay
Pescara v Cagliari (Serie A)
14:00 GMT
fuboTV
Sampdoria v Torino (Serie A)
14:00 GMT
fuboTV
Sassuolo v Empoli (Serie A)
14:00 GMT
fuboTV
Viaplay
Darmstadt v HSV (Bundesliga)
14:30 GMT
Sling Blue (FOX Sports 1)
FOXSoccer2Go
 Atletico Bilbao v Eibar (La Liga)
15:15 GMT
Sling Blue with Sports add-on (beIN Sports)
NOW TV (SkySports 2)
Viaplay
 Everton v Man Utd (EPL)
16:00 GMT
NOW TV (SkySports 1)
Sling Blue (NBC Sports)
Viaplay
Augsburg v Frankfurt (Bundesliga)
16:30 GMT
Sling Blue (FOX Sports 1)
FOXSoccer2Go
Alaves v Las Palmas (La Liga)
17:30 GMT
Sling International (beIN Sports Espanol)
fuboTV
Viaplay
Sporting Gijon v Osasuna (La Liga)
17:30 GMT
Sling Blue with Sports add-on (beIN Sports)
Viaplay
Valencia v Malaga (La Liga)
19:45 GMT
NOW TV (SkySports 1)
Sling International
(beIN Sports Espanol)
fuboTV
Viaplay
Fiorentina v Palermo (Serie A)
19:45 GMT
Sling Blue with Sports add-on (beIN Sports)
fuboTV
Viaplay

Enjoy the Ryder Cup via playmoTV

Golfing fans have something to look forward this weekend as that’s when the Ryder Cup will begin. The Ryder Cup is a biennial golf tournament between teams from the United States and Europe, and is considered to be most prized competitive asset according to PGA president Ted Bishop.

Have you never heard about the Ryder Cup? Then watch this:

This year, both Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are part of the 11-member US “Ryder Cup Task Force”, while Team Europe has notable members like Rory McIlroy and Padraig Harrington.

This year the tournament will be held in the United States from Sept 30th to October 2nd, and naturally you can enjoy the competition via services supported by the playmoTV gateway.

How can I watch the Ryder Cup?

If you read our blog post regarding the English Premier League and signed up for any of those services, then you should be happy to know that any of those are airing the Ryder Cup.

If you didn’t read that post, then the services that will be streaming the Ryder Cup are:

  • Sling TV (US service) – Supported on Mac/Windows, Fire TV/Stick, XBox One and Apple TV (the newest one). Make sure you sign up for Sling Blue and select an add-on called Sports Extra (an additional $10) so you get NBC Golf. Sling Blue with the Sports Extra add-on costs a total of $35/month, and allows users to have two simultaneous streams at once.
  • Viaplay (Nordic service) – Supported on almost all major devices. Mac/Windows, Apple TV (old and new), iOS, Android, PlayStation, Xbox and Samsung Smart TVs. Viaplay Sports costs 269 DKK/month (around $40/month).
  • NOW TV (UK service) – Supported on almost all major devices. Mac/Windows, Apple TV (old and new), iOS, Android, PlayStation, Xbox and Samsung Smart TVs. With NOW TV you get access to Sky Sports. NOW TV sports costs £6.99 for a Day Pass ($9), £10.99 for a Week Pass ($14) or £33.99/month ($44) if you opt for their automatic subscription.

How to Watch the English Premier League via playmoTV

The English Premier League is undoubtedly the biggest football league in the world (or soccer for those living west of the Atlantic) and coveted by football fans around the world. It’s no wonder that the EPL is popular as the league features world class footballers like Sergio Agüero, Eden Hazard, with the latest star being the one and only Zlatan Ibrahimović, who joined Manchester United earlier this summer.

It gives us great joy to announce that you can enjoy watching the English Premier league live via Sling, ViaPlay and Now TV, which are supported by the playmoTV gateway.

Sling

Sling is a US service operated by Dish Network. If you sign up for Sling Blue (costs from $25/month) you get access to a variety of channels. One of those channels is NBC Sports, which along with CNBC broadcasts live games from the EPL (CNBC is $10 extra, a part of the News extra package).

Sling is available on the new 4th generation Apple TV. They also have applications on the Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Android TVs, Xbox One, along with iOS and Android apps (although their iOS app is quite buggy).

You can pay for Sling using your credit card, but you might need to add some digits to your zip code so Sling recognizes it as a US zip code. (For example, if you live in Manchester, UK,  your zip code might be M4 3AJ. If so, enter something like 43500 or 43599). Get it?

Click here if you wanna sign up for Sling.

Bonus tip: Choose their Sports Extra add-on ($10/month extra) for La Liga games and the Champions League. Sling Blue also supports two simultaneous streams so you can share your account with a friend.

Viaplay

Viaplay is a Nordic service. They offer a couple of packages, one of which is a Sports Package that costs just over $40/month. ViaPlay covers the English Premier League, the La Liga and the Champions League and a lot of other sporting events. It’s a bit pricier than Sling, but they air more EPL games and other live sporting events, so you get a lot for the money. The only caveat with ViaPlay is that you get Nordic commentators, so you might pick up a word or two in Danish if you get their package :)

Viaplay is available on the Apple TV (2nd and 3rd Generation with the latest software update, and the new Apple TV). They also have applications on Smart TVs, game consoles (PlayStation and Xbox) along with iOS and Android apps.

Click here if you wanna sign up for Viaplay.

NOW TV

NOW TV is a streaming service by Sky. Sky Sports will be airing 126 live games this seasons, available via the Sky Sports Monthly Pass, which costs £33.99 (around $45/month).

NOW TV is available on almost all major devices (they claim to support over 60 devices). The service works on Apple TV (old and new), PlayStation and Xbox consoles, and iOS and Android.

Click here if you wanna sign up for Now TV.

The difference between HBO NOW, HBO Nordic and HBO GO

HBO NOW / GO / NORDIC

If you take a look at our list of supported services you should notice that we support three HBO services, HBO NOW, HBO Nordic and HBO GO. Every now and then we get emails asking us about how these services differ from each other.

1. Availability

  • HBO GO is only available to those that have a US cable provider login, which includes free access to HBO GO. Users are not able to sign up to HBO GO by any means. Therefore, you can only access HBO GO if you or someone in your extended family has HBO via Comcast Xfinity, DirecTV or something of that sort.
  • HBO NOW is available to owners of Android, Apple TV, iOS, Samsung Smart TV, Xbox and Amazon devices (Fire TV, Kindle Fire tablets). Our research indicates that the easiest way to signup for HBO NOW subscription is by creating a US iTunes account, fund that account with iTunes gift cards, and use it to pay for HBO NOW. You can also watch HBO NOW in a desktop browser but you cannot sign up to HBO NOW in a browser. I know, weird, right?
  • HBO Nordic is available on a normal web browser, iOS, Android, the new Apple TV, PlayStation, Xbox 360. However, according to our latest information HBO Nordic only accepts credit cards issues in the Nordic countries, so if you reside outside that region you may not be able to sign up to HBO Nordic using your credit card (although it probably doesn’t hurt to try).

2. Content

  • HBO GO and HBO Now offer the exact same content, as these are both US services, with access to 77 complete series of HBO content, including The Wire, The Sopranos, Sex and the City (and a lot more). In the screencast below you can see all the TV series available on HBO NOW.

 

  • HBO Nordic, on the other hand, has the entire HBO catalog (just like GO/NOW) but has over 150 TV series to choose. That includes popular Cinemax series (a TV Network owned by HBO) like BansheeStrike Back and The Knick, but also popular shows like Billions, Vikings, Penny Dreadful and The Affair to name a few. In the screencast below you can see all the TV series that are currently available on HBO Nordic.

 

 

3. Price

  • HBO GO is free with a US cable subscription. Normal sign ups not available by any means.
  • HBO NOW costs $14.99/month. Open for sign up on certain devices as noted above.
  • HBO Nordic costs 89 SEK/mon (just over $10/month). Must sign up in a web browser.

 

4. Supported platforms

  • HBO GO is available on web browsers, Android, iOS, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Roku, Samsung Smart TV, PlayStation 3/4 and Xbox 360/One.
  • As noted before you can only sign up for HBO NOW via iOS, Android or Amazon devices. However, once you have signed up, you can access the service on all those devices, and Samsung Smart TV, Xbox 360, Xbox One and a web browser on Mac/Windows. See more at order.hbonow.com/devices.
  • HBO Nordic is available on Mac/Windows, Android 4.0+, iOS 7+, the new Apple TV (the old one via AirPlay). Playstation 3/4, Xbox 360 and Samsung Smart TV.

TV Shows Exclusively on Hulu

Hulu has given us some great original and exclusive programming since its inception and right now is no different! Over the last several months, the streaming service has really built a killer lineup. Check out some of the great programs that you can only watch on Hulu.

Original Programming

Comedy:

Difficult People– “Life is really tough for Julie and Billy, two 30-something aspiring comics living and working in New York City. While their friends and acquaintances move on to find success and love, they continue to struggle with careers and relationships, getting more bitter by the day.” -Man, is this show funny! With a great cast and very well-formed jokes, Difficult People is a must see on Hulu

Casual– “A new comedy series about a bachelor brother and his newly divorced sister living under one roof again. Together, they coach each other through the crazy world of dating while raising her teenage daughter.” -Your standard buddy comedy about these two make for some pretty hilarious situations.

The Mindy Project– “A young Ob/Gyn doctor balances her personal and professional life, surrounded by quirky co-workers in a small office.” -Hulu grabbed the exclusivity rights to stream back episodes of the Mindy Project and is now offering new episodes as well. Woo! We’re big fans of Mindy Kaling, so this was welcome news!

Drama:

East Los High– “A group of friends at East Los High face the trials and tribulations of teenagers growing up in East Los Angeles.” -Sometimes taking on a light comedic twist, this drama regales viewers with the most intriguing aspects of being a teenager in the digital age.

The Path– “A man who converts to a controversial following suffers from a crisis of faith.”

-This drama is very loosely based on the real-life cult called The Way and features some great performances from Aaron Paul and Hugh Dancy.

11.22.63“English teacher stumbles upon a time portal and tries to prevent the JFK assassination.” -From Executive Producers J.J. Abrams and Stephen King, this drama promises to be an amazing adventure through a terrifying period in American history. The mini series is over, so you can binge watch all eight!

There is also a variety of upcoming shows including, The Doozers, Hotwives, and What Lives Inside. Stay tuned!

 

Exclusively on Hulu

These shows may appear on some other streaming services, but you’ll need a cable login to get ‘em. Hulu supplies them for you no problem!

Nashville– Nashville covers the fall of a country music singer as her path crosses a rising star, with great performances from Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere. After four seasons, ABC decided to cancel the hit show that brought in nearly 8.93 million viewers to check out the Pilot episode. CMT picked up the rights on June 10 and the show goes on for a new fifth season of 22 episodes! The first four seasons are available now and the new episodes will stream the next day exclusively on Hulu, so get going now.

Rizzoli & Isles– Based on novels by Tess Gerritsen, this series follows police detective Jane Rizzoli (Angie Harmon) and medical examiner Dr. Maura Isles (Sasha Alexander) for a slightly different twist on the cop procedural drama. The series was just renewed for its seventh and final run with TNT, but you can watch the entire series on Hulu now!

Roots– A+E has inked a brand new streaming deal with the show, fresh off its wonderful eight hour run. The first rendition of Roots was a touchstone for race and equality in the United States. It remains to be seen whether the new one will serve a similar purpose, but it’s an amazing mini series nonetheless. All of it is streaming right now.

Plenty of others!- Hulu is really the best streaming service if you want current, next-day programming from the big networks. It’s also great for any past seasons of those same big network shows. Check it out today!

Free trials are available and streaming is easy on all your devices with your playmoTV subscription!

New on HBO: The Night Of

The Night Of

The Night Of debuted on HBO on July 10 and all initial impressions are going to two things – a. This is a great show, and; b. This is exactly the show HBO needs right now.

As the Home Box Office goes into the Game of Thrones winter, the network needs something that will keep subscribers paying their dues. The Night Of is just the ticket. More than 2.8 million viewers across a variety of platforms (television, website, tablet, etc.) tuned into to watch the series premiere. We did too and here’s our take.

The series is an adaptation from the British show Criminal Justice. The American version details the son of a New York taxi driver, who takes the cab to head to a party. He picks up a woman seeking a ride and after a drug and booze-fueled evening of sex, awakens to find her stabbed to death with no recollection of how she died. He doesn’t quite know what to do so flees with the murder weapon and is subsequently arrested.

HBO originally ordered a pilot of the series in 2012 and after filming it, opted for an additional seven episodes. The lawyer who eventually picks up the case of Naz, the young man at the center of the story, is played by James Gandolfini for much of the first episode. Unfortunately, Gandolfini died shortly after the pilot was completed and the lawyer, named Jack Stone, is played by John Turturro.

The first episode is riveting from beginning to end and we don’t want to ruin it for you. But the big question we asked ourselves is this: Why did he run? After finding himself on the kitchen floor with the woman stabbed to death…why run? There’s something we’re not seeing here and we can’t wait to find out what it is.

Moreover, why did they bring him back to the scene of the crime? Sure, they didn’t think he was a suspect at the time, but…jeez.

With a 90% score on Metacritic and a 96% on Rotten Tomatoes, we think this show is going to be a great one for HBO and a great one for you streamers. Check it out as new episodes air weekly.

Watch The Night Of on HBO Now via playmoTV

Leaving Netflix

It’s not you, Netflix. It’s us. We’re going in different directions. We’ve grown apart. We’re sad about it and we’re sure you are too. But there’s not too much left we can do…we…we..just…we’ll miss you. But it’s going to be okay. Because there’s other fish in the sea. And, because we’ve got a ton of other amazing streaming options!

So here’s what’s happening streamers. playmoTV will no longer be supporting Netflix US. They have a great streaming service but, unfortunately, they don’t like to play nice with our service. We’ve worked very hard over the past several months and years to bring you Netflix service, but unfortunately, we no longer can. Any support we would add at this point would just be temporary, so we’ve decided to focus our attention on our other streaming services, like HBO, Hulu, Amazon Prime and more.

There is so many streaming options available to you! Check out the services that we’ve got available right now.

Services playmoTV Supports Now:

 

If you don’t already follow our blog, be sure to check it out. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be highlighting some of our favorite shows from our supported streaming services. We’ll also be doing the comparison shopping for you – “if you liked X show on Netflix, then you’ll love Y show on one of these services,” for example. We’ll be doing that in a bunch of categories, so you’re bound to find something you love.

It’s all about you guys and we’re trying to provide the best service we can. We’re always adding new services too, so if you have a suggestion, don’t hesitate to drop us a line! We want to hear from you.

 

Watch the First 19 Seasons of South Park on Hulu

Trey Parker and Matt Stone have created one of the longest running, and hilarious animated series on television. With the possible exception of The Simpsons (FXX), South Park has been one of the most plugged-in and politically active shows in the last two decades. And the best part is, you can watch the first 19 seasons right on Hulu with your subscription.

When new episodes premiered for season 19 of the show, South Park Studios announced that they would be available on Hulu the day after they premiered. There is no word yet if the studio will be doing this again, but do you really want to risk it? I mean you can sit there with your Hulu subscription and watch the first 19 seasons of this gem, right now. Win-win scenario here.

For those who don’t know (are you out there, people who don’t know? Seriously?), South Park is the brainchild of creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone. The show is made at the beginning of each week, meaning that each one is exceptionally timely. The pilot episode used cutout animation and each subsequent season used software to emulate that style. Much like The Simpsons, South Park uses a very large ensemble cast of recurring characters and places the main cast of Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman, and Kenny McCormick into untenable, sometimes disgusting, and ultimately, hilarious situations.

What are our favorite South Park episodes? Glad you asked. Here’s five in no particular order at all:

  1. Season 9, Episode 12: Trapped in the Closet. In this episode, Tom Cruise refuses to come “out of the closet” in Stan’s bedroom. R. Kelly appears and sings his entire exchange with Cruise as a spoof of his notoriously poorly reviewed “opera” of the same name. The episode generated such backlash that Isaac Hayes, the voice of the character Chef, left the show because of jokes made against Scientology. Tom Cruise and R. Kelly also lashed out against the episode.
  2. Season 11, Episode 5: Fantastic Easter Special. It makes fun of Christiniaity, the Catholic Church, Easter and the Da Vinci Code, all wrapped up in one half hour time slot. In an exceptionally hilarious adventure Stan finds out the truth about Easter and what the Catholic Church has been “hiding.”
  3. Season 7, Episode 11: Casa Bonita. Eric Cartman is not invited to Kyle’s birthday party at Casa Bonita. The reason this episode is so funny is because it gives the viewer a snapshot into the absolutely corrupt and evil mind of Cartman – trust us, it’s black as the night.
  4. Season 10, Episode 8: Make Love Not Warcraft. Possibly the most hilarious of the episodes, particularly if you’ve ever played the Massive Online game World of Warcraft. The entire episode was created in conjunction with Blizzard, the creators of the game, and is “filmed” within it, as the boy attempt to stop a super powerful character from killing everyone in their server.
  5. Season 2, Episode 17: Gnomes. This entire episode is about the boys trying to figure out where their underwear goes when they put it in the washing machine. Turns out, gnomes are stealing it, and they have a complete (or incomplete, depending on how you look at it), plan to turn a profit on the missing skivvies.

That’s just a small snapshot of the 267 episodes you can watch right now! You’ve got plenty of shows to watch, so get out there and get streaming!

US Netflix is not back (UPDATED)

UPDATE:
We were hoping this last fix would stick a little longer but unfortunately it didn’t. Netflix US is currently not streaming on playmoTV. See here for more information:
http://playmo.tv/2016/07/leaving-netflix/

The team has been hard at work at playmoTV HQ doing everything possible to bring US Netflix back to your streaming devices. We are very proud to say that the team has been successful and US Netflix is back on all supported devices.

However, we need to be completely honest and clear here: This is most likely the last time we can add US Netflix. They are just way too serious about blocking Smart DNS services like playmoTV.

Because of this, we’ve put a lot more focus on other streaming services (psst… we are also secretly eyeing promising sports services). We want to make sure all playmoTV streamers have the best possible services available on all devices.

But for now, Netflix US is back on all our supported devices – so stream on!

P.S. You may need to restart your streaming device.

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