And in the case of Chuck, a long, long time to play catch-up...
'' AND 'CHUCK': NBC.COM GIVES VIEWERS A CHANCE TO PLAY CATCH-UP BEFORE THE SEASON PREMIERES
Fans Can Also Stay 'Up-To-Date' on NBC's 'SNL Weekend Update Thursday' and ''
September 21, 2009 10:23 AM
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. - September 21, 2009 - NBC.com is giving viewers of fan-favorite series "Chuck" and the critically acclaimed police-drama "" the chance to play catch-up prior to the series' season premieres with streams of previous season episodes. As an extra bonus, NBC.com is also allowing viewers to get "up-to-date" by streaming current season episodes of "SNL Weekend Update Thursday" and " ."
"" will include all season one episodes and will start streaming Monday, October 9. "Chuck" streaming will include the original season one pilot and rotate through season two five episodes at a time. Episodes of "Chuck" will begin streaming Monday, September 21. Both series will stream full episodes through the week of their respective season debuts.
A full list of NBC shows streaming this season follows:
"The Jay Leno Show"
"Late Night with Jimmy Fallon"
"Parks and Recreation"
"SNL Weekend Update Thursday"
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