We’ve been talking about AOL and Time Warner’s new broadband video collaboration, In2TV quite a bit over at The Babylon Podcast, simply because they are making the entire series available for free download.
However, there are some other shows that might be of interest to the KAMN audience: The Adventures of Brisco County Jr, Pinky and the Brain, the animated Beetlejuice, Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Wonder Woman, V, La Femme Nikita, and for me (whoo-hoo), Spenser: For Hire.
Yes, I was an Avery Brooks fan long before he became captain of a space station. The Federation uniform does nothing for me, but seeing him in a leather jacket and shades, and in a black on black luxury muscle sedan… damn.
Anyway, we’ve been getting a lot of positive feedback on the quality of the Babylon 5 episodes, so I’m guessing it’d be the same for most of the other series (especially the ones already available on DVD). So head over there and see if there’s anything you’d like to watch for free.
One drawback: their viewing and download system only works with Windows XP and Windows Media Player 10, but in an interview with a VP of AOL Video (who’s a Mac guy to boot), he’s said that they hope to have this working for Mac users in the future.