Dang, you missed it.
You digitally expelled the outside world to accommodate a weeklong end-of-semester study binge; forgot about time while hand-crafting a thousand custom dog collars from discarded coat hangers for your Etsy store; lost contact with civilization while exploring the fringes of the Antarctic ice sheet… whatever happened, you were unplugged, out of cell range, away from a television – and you missed the whole season of Inside Amy Schumer, Finding Carter or Sanjay and Craig.
You could construct a time machine from piles of rubbish, A-Team style, and travel back to a period in which the show aired live or was available on its website. You could track down the scripts online and re-enact the show with your coworkers. You could frantically message friends to see who may have DVR’d the entire season and ask if they wouldn’t mind if you took up residence on their living room floor for just like two or three weeks while you caught up.
Or, you could just subscribe to Hulu for just $7.99 a month ($11.99 with limited commercials), which recently expanded and renewed its content partnership with Viacom to include exclusive subscription video on-demand rights for select top-rated series from Nickelodeon, Comedy Central and MTV. This adds to the extensive library of select series from these networks plus TV Land, Spike and Logo already available on Hulu, including the entire library of South Park.
Not only can you stream The Daily Show with Trevor Noah the day after it airs, but you’ll be able to binge watch full seasons of the following shows, some on delay after their linear broadcast and some in the archives right now:
Inside Amy Schumer
The Wild Thornberrys
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