You may have already read that Amazon Unbox are offering a few of the new NBC pilot, first episodes available for free.
Well, the day has arrived, and those Fall Premières are available to download now. So if you can’t wait to see until the shows air on television, check out some of these.
Free Amazon Unbox Pilot Episodes
You can obtain the following shows for free from Amazon Unbox by clicking on the links below:-
- Life – An NBC Drama about a former police officer who returns to the force after having been wrongly imprisoned for years.
- Bionic Woman – An NBC Sci-Fi Action Drama remake of the 1970s series. A woman is transformed from a barista to part-robotic babe.
- Chuck – An NBC Comedy where a Geek Squad-like guy named Chuck has all government top-level secrets downloaded into his brain so he becomes a governmental operative. Sounds cheesy but I’ve heard good reviews.
- Journeyman – An NBC Fantasy Drama where a man travels back in time to help people in trouble.
Here’s a screen-shot of the Amazon Unbox Free Download Symbol:
Free K-Ville Episode
At TV.com you can watch the entire first episode of the new Fox show, K-Ville:-
Other Free TV Shows Online:
Battlestar Gallactica: The Story So Far on Amazon Unbox. This is a review of the past seasons of the hit Sci Fi show, Battlestar Galactica
Also available at Amazon Unbox is Inside Battlestar Gallactica, an inside look at the filming of the Battlestar Gallactica Show.
You can also find the first two seasons of The Office for free at Netflix using their Netflix, Instant Watch movie-streaming service. If you’re one of the few people who haven’t seen The Office yet, click the links below to watch any of the full episodes of The Office Season 1 and 2.
Don’t Forget The Torrents
These don’t include the torrents that are out there. It was reported that some of the major networks leaked some pilot episodes online to create buzz.
Not sure if that’s true, but I’ve heard that episodes of NBC’s Bionic Woman,” ABC’s “Pushing Daisies,” The CW’s “Reaper”, Fox’s “The Sarah Connor Chronicles,” ABC’s “Cavemen,” and NBC’s “Chuck” and “Lipstick Jungle are all available on the various torrent sites.
I think I’ll stick to using my Home Theater PC software Beyond TV to record these shows rather then hunt for the torrents, but I’m sure there have been many people downloading these shows.