We’ve been talking a lot the past few days about many of the major networks blocking Google TV devices from being able to watch their online content. What you might not have been hearing is that there are plenty of networks that are NOT blocking access, and here is a list of a few of them courtesy of NewTeeVee.
Fox: As of November 10, no longer supported.
Comedy Central: No longer supported
SyFy: No longer supported.
Continue reading after the break for the full list.
TBS: One of the networks to embrace Google TV lets Google TV users watch My Name Is Earl, The Office, American Dad and Seinfeld, all in pretty decent quality.
TNT: Shows like Leverage, The Closer, Numb3rs and Supernatural are there for your viewing pleasure, but again the quality is not quite as good as the content available on Fox or Comedy Central.
Bravo: Here’s another basic cable networking offering up the goods for Google TV, with shows like Flipping Out, Top Chef, The Millionaire Matchmaker and various Real Housewives, there’s plenty of popular content to be had here.
PBS: Here’s something the whole family can enjoy, and is one of the official Google TV launch partners. There’s lots of content to be had, such as Bill Moyers, POV and Antiques Roadshow. The quality is good enough for this kind of content, and the player works great on the big screen.
USA Network: They don’t have any full episodes yet, but the Comic-Con panel recordings seem to play fine. Full episodes may be on the horizon, so stay tuned.
Spike: Finally we have Spike, who is offering some HD content such as Entourage, TNA Impact and The Ultimate Fighter.
Well there you have it folks. That should be enough to keep you entertained for a while. We will continue to keep our eye out for more free content available on Google TV, so check back often!
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