TV on the Web

Bored by prime time? Try logging on for some new, and occasionally fun, entertainment

For all the hoopla about the Fall TV lineup, most of the "new" shows feel numbingly familiar to me. Let's see: there are repackaged Ally reruns, a second dose of Law & Order and a Party of Five spin-off. And doesn't Once and Again sound a little too much like the old thirtysomething? I'm ready for something new, and I'm losing hope that I'll find it on prime time. So I decided to tune into TV-style programs on the Web instead. With faster 56K modems and built-in video players on Web browsers becoming standard, it's starting to make sense to watch...

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