For a while now, vital TV networks have increasing a prominence of their shows by creation name episodes accessible on YouTube.
While that part and many others, like a stirring array premiere of HBO’s Newsroom, are no longer available on YouTube for free, there are copiousness of peculiarity episodes to binge on though spending a dime.
Here are some of Digital Trends’ favorite freebies we can find on YouTube.
Insecure — Insecure AF
HBO’s Insecure centers on uncover creator Issa Rae and a constellation of friends, lovers, and coworkers that circuit her. Inspired by Rae’s New York Times best-selling novel The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl, this HBO comedy mines stupidity from a many normal occurrences, like a elementary girl’s night out.
Jungletown — Welcome to a Jungle
What do we get when we take 80 interns and put them in a Panamanian jungle with a goal to make a town? You get Viceland’s Jungletown. In a array premiere, a participants come to terms with a daunting charge ahead.
The Man in a High Castle — The New World
Throw out all we schooled in your high propagandize story class, since in The Man in a High Castle, a Axis won World War II and New York City is underneath Nazi control. Loosely formed on Phillip K. Dick’s novel of a same name, a array premiere is one of a many renouned episodes of any Amazon Original series.
Vice World of Sports — RIVALS: Aphromoo v. Doublelift
People are creation millions of dollars personification video games, and this part of Viceland’s Vice World of Sports goes inside one of a biggest esports scenes, League of Legends. If we suspicion a many quarrelsome sports profanation was Kevin Durant fasten a Golden State Warriors, this part will uncover we only how critical these esports athletes take their craft.
Sneaky Pete — Pilot
In a array premiere of a Amazon original Sneaky Pete, Marius Josipovic (Giovanni Ribisi) uses a childhood story of his jail cellmate to criminal his approach out of being murdered. The part will perform we with a lightning-fast reduction of wit and rolling suspense. It might also learn we a few tricks for getting what we wish from people.
The Real Story — Apollo 13
The 1970 rescue of a Apollo 13 booster was an iconic impulse in American history, and a concomitant film Apollo 13 emboldened a lore. In this part of Smithsonian Channel’s The Real Story, a noted moments from a film are compared to what unequivocally happened to see only how tighten to a law was to Apollo 13. The Smithsonian Channel has utterly a few full episodes on YouTube that are value checking out.
Homeland — Pilot
In a array premiere of Homeland, U.S. soldier Brody, played remarkably by Damian Lewis, earnings from chains as Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) and a CIA get word that a U.S. infantryman defected to a militant group. The part is 6 years old, though if we haven’t gotten into a array yet, it’s as engrossingly suspenseful as anything on TV now.
Transparent — Pilot
Few episodes change a TV paradigm like a array premiere of Amazon’s Transparent. One of a initial shows with a transgender protagonist, Transparent explores how Morton Pfefferman, played by Arrested Development‘s Jeffrey Tambor, adjusts to transitioning into Maura Pfefferman.
Billions — Pilot
A U.S. profession ubiquitous questioning a sidestep account for bootleg activity sounds about as sparkling on paper as doing your taxes. However, when that profession ubiquitous is played by Paul Giammatti and a sidestep account manager is played by Damian Lewis, it becomes must-see television. The array premiere of Showtime’s scintillating new drama Billions is still one of a best of a whole series.
Vice on HBO — State of Surveillance
There might not be a improved chairman to explain how most a bland record is used to view on us than a male who unprotected a United States’ measureless notice efforts, Edward Snowden. In this part of Vice on HBO, Snowden walks Vice CEO Shane Smith by numerous ways that elementary inclination such as your dungeon phone can be used to record your each movement.