NBC Entertainment Digital Provides Fans the Opportunity to Catch Up With 'Grimm', 'Whitney', 'Smash' & More This Summer

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June 18th, 2012

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NBC ENTERTAINMENT DIGITAL PROVIDES FANS THE OPPORTUNITY TO CATCH UP WITH THEIR FAVORITE SHOWS THIS SUMMER
Viewers Can Access Full Streaming Episodes on NBC.com and Via the NBC App As Well As On Demand Through Cable, Satellite and Telco Providers
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. – June 18, 2012 – NBC Entertainment Digital allows viewers to catch up with last season's NBC series by providing full streaming episodes on NBC.com and via the NBC app on iPhone, iPad and android devices, including smart phones, as well as on demand through their cable, satellite or telco provider.

Several returning shows including “Grimm,” “Parenthood,” “Smash,” “Up All Night” and “Whitney,” feature all of last season's episodes and are now available for free on NBC.com as well as on demand. Additionally, full seasons from recent comedies “Bent” and “Best Friends Forever” are also available. All of the series will run continuously on NBC.com, in the NBC app and on demand through September 23.

Also part of the summer catch-up, “30 Rock,” “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” “The Office,” “Parks and Recreation” and “Saturday Night Live” full season are available featuring five rolling episodes that will update every two weeks. "Community" joins the party with the first five episodes of last season becoming available on June 20.

These returning shows join full episodes of current on-air favorites including "America's Got Talent," "Love In The Wild" and "Saving Hope."

NBC Entertainment Digital also provides fans with nostalgic looks at full episodes of such classic series as “The A-Team,” the original “Battlestar Galactica,” “Miami Vice,” “Emergency,” “Quantum Leap,” the original “Knight Rider,” “Simon & Simon” and “Magnum, P.I.”

In addition to the summer catch-up, NBC Entertainment Digital continues to offer rich interactive experiences for all of its popular series at http://www.nbc.com and on the free NBC app.

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  • Lamdog

    How Whitney survived the axe is one of television mysteries?

  • Ricky (formerly tvfreak)

    @Lamdog: Exactly.

    Well, now I can finally start watching Grimm! Hope these eps are going to be available on demand for U-verse users.

  • John A

    Whitney had the same ratings as community 30 rock and Up All Night. What is the mystery?

  • John A

    Frankly Up All Night crap ratings with a good lead in that shouldve been axed.

  • chrisss

    @ Ricky (formerly tvfreak)

    Aren’t you the poster whose never watched Whitney and only says its crap because others say it’s crap?

  • Cris

    Seeing that Grimm promo shot, I briefly wondered “why is the most boring character front and center?” Then I realized, she’s the only female in the photo, because the show has no worthwhile leading female characters. The show in season 1 was kind of okay but a little lacking. Though I could never really pinpoint what it was lacking, I think that might be it.

  • Ricky (formerly tvfreak)

    @chrisss: I actually have seen some of Whiney. I watched it for about two minutes while I was bored and wanted to kill some time, and from those two minutes I judged for myself that it was crap.

  • penelope

    i think grimm is one of the best shows. it has a unique concept and the writers are very creative. they always give the viewers something unexpected as the storyline progresses. the actors were very well chosen. and great special effects.

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