Thousands of television shows are uploaded online every day. Finding the one you want to watch, though, isn’t always that simple. Clicker is a website that’s on a mission to change that, by making it easier than ever to find the show you want to watch directly from your home computer. Part search engine, part TV Guide, and part DVR, Clicker works by cataloging all the programs that are broadcasted online and allowing you to view them with the click of a mouse.
Users can discover new programs or find their favorites by searching for shows, browsing new uploads, or checking out Clicker’s recommended videos. Once you’ve found an episode you’re interested in watching, check out the description, categories, and tags for more information before clicking play. Rather than watching videos directly from the Clicker site, you’ll be given an easy-to-understand listing of all the places online where the video is available to watch instantly. After clicking on a source, you’re ready to go.
Once you register as a user, you can create playlists that update automatically whenever new episodes of your favorite shows become available online. Because Clicker currently maintains a catalog of more than 450,000 episodes, you’ll never be left without anything to watch. Rather than searching through multiple video archives, or browsing TV shows on specific networks’ websites, Clicker has become a one-stop shop for anyone looking for a better way to watch their favorite TV shows online.
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