I read on TechCrunch that Adobe had launched a media player, (screen shots available at that link) but my scan of the article led me to believe that all it was about was instructional videos for Adobe products.
I got that one wrong. It's another "Internet TV" player and while I think the user interface has several flaws (from navigating all the content, to a default color scheme intent on being cool -- that makes it hard for my old eyes to actually see the scroll bar and that there are more items), it offers a lot of video content, particularly from CBS & Viacom as far as the "tv world" goes.
Despite its flaws, I found it much faster to navigate than CBS' own website or via InnerTube, but it currently doesn't have all the content available on those sites (the 3 CSIs are there, as well as Survivor, Big Brother and even an episode of Jericho, but shows like The Big Bang Theory and How I met Your Mother are not). It's still new and I imagine they will be adding lots of titles. But you can still get MTV Cribs and The Hills, and there are some classics including , The Twilight Zone, Star Trek, Hawaii Five-O and MacGyver. Even Melrose Place.
Sure, all that stuff was out there before, but this bundles it all together fairly nicely. You can download the player here.
I have to show some love to FriendFeed, because if not for it, I wouldn't have seen the Twitter from Duncan Riley that said: “tip: most of the CBS content on Adobe media player isn't geo-blocked. Free legal shows for non-Americans”. While I imagine Adobe will need to fix that before it gets the full library, at least I realized it has TV shows too. Though now I'll probably be up until 4am watching
Melrose Place The Twilight Zone.