I've given up on Hulu. They don't have a damn thing and won't until July's almost over.
I am streaming TV Land and Netflix.
TV Land? I've got four episodes of "Hot In Cleveland" to stream. This has been a really good season by the way. My personal favorite episode this season (remember I'm not done yet) is the one where Sean Hayes and others guest starred. This really is a perfect sitcom and the four lead actresses are all doing a great job. I bought the DVD for season one at Target. And I'm not buying -- or trying not to -- DVDs these days. But I saw it and it was on sale and I walked away with my cart but I was thinking, "Oh, they're so funny and you know you'd watch it over and over." So I turned the cart around and grabbed it. And have not regretted it once.
I have not caught any of "Happily Divorced" this season so I'll grab four or five of that. (They don't have the full season up. Season one is at Netflix. Ralph Macchio guests on the finale of Happily Divorced next Wednesday.)
On Netflix this week, I'm streaming "Ultraviolet." It's just six episodes -- I've only seen three. Jack Davenport from the UK's "Coupling" and the US' "Smash" is the star. His best friend disappears. They're both cops. And then it turns out the best friend is a vampire.
I'm curious how this is going to end. But the first three episodes are great.
I really can't believe the networks are so useless. ABC, CBS and NBC. If they got the e-mails I do, they'd know that there is a huge summer audience out there waiting to be entertained. But they just ignore it.
And you wonder why each year the networks lose more and more viewers.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"