Apparently pretty well if NBC is wanting to jump on the bandwagon. Does anyone really want to share revenues with Hulu when they can go direct with their own advertisers?How's CBS doing with that?
There aren't any "above board" options, but you can bet that not everyone that watches it is subscribing to All Access.If someone is a fan of the new series, what other option do they have?
He wants to watch the new season when its released, so there isn't any other (legal) option other than to sub for 1 month then drop it.You can buy season 1 digitally in all the usual places or on disc, and given the latter option, I suspect you can rent it as well.
He should wait until the entire season has its run as the episodes are released weekly. Like last year I plan to wait until I get offered a free month of CBS All Access, which happens much more often than you'd think.He wants to watch the new season when its released, so there isn't any other (legal) option other than to sub for 1 month then drop it.
I've developed a tolerance for not seeing things first-run and it has been financially rewarding not to spend $10 here and $14 there.He wants to watch the new season when its released, so there isn't any other (legal) option other than to sub for 1 month then drop it.
Read the link-This would be a service that you subscribe to without having conventional Pay TV authentication so no, it is not the same.
What differentiates it from the current offering is that it adds the pay option for those who don't have authentication. That aspect aside, as SamCdbs points out, it isn't any different from their current offering and they're touting something as "coming in 2020" that they have had in place for a while now.NBC's streaming service will be a free, ad-supported product to anyone that subscribes to a pay-TV service.