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July 18, 2012 7:14 PM   Subscribe

How can I watch Glee Project online? Oxygen on cable is not an option, nor is satellite TV. My daughter would very much appreciate you clueing in her dad.

Poking around got me to, which gives me links to dozens of sketchy looking websites that all claim to carry it. Are any of these well-reputed, or am I setting myself up for malware and credit card theft by using them?

uploadc, fullonshows,,,,,, etc. etc. etc.

I'm happy to pay -- we watched a modern family on Amazon last night for 1.99, that would be perfect.
posted by msalt to Media & Arts (13 answers total)
It's on Hulu with a 30-day delay.
posted by brainmouse at 7:15 PM on July 18, 2012 [2 favorites]

Check out Project Free TV. You will likely have to deal with some popups but I've found the site to be very reliable for many, many shows.
posted by karizma at 7:52 PM on July 18, 2012

I've been watching stuff on Project Free TV for years with no problems with malware (I haven't downloaded Vuze, their video viewer) or credit card theft (none of the sites ask for credit cards). Sometimes you have to click all the links to find one that works, sometimes you'll get an episode where none work, but overall, it's pretty satisfactory.
posted by looli at 7:53 PM on July 18, 2012

Oxygen online has full episodes of the Glee Project one day after broadcast. You can watch last night's episode here.
posted by MS_gal at 8:08 PM on July 18, 2012

Response by poster: MS_gal: That's super exciting, but I looked all over that site and couldn't find last night's episode. Under videos, I see previews but no full episodes. Can you give a clueless guy more detailed directions, please?
posted by msalt at 8:48 PM on July 18, 2012

Response by poster: brainmouse: I did know that, Hulu is my first choice on these things. But a 30-delay delay? My daughter is 12. From her perspective, John Maynard Keynes describes a 30-day wait best: "in the long run, we're all dead."
posted by msalt at 8:50 PM on July 18, 2012 [1 favorite]

Oxygen was showing the episodes with a one day delay, but it looks like that stopped after episode 4 so they might be on a 30 day delay as well.
posted by MS_gal at 9:13 PM on July 18, 2012

I'm not sure if this will work for you since you are in the states, but try because I know Global TV (Canadian television channel) has new episodes of The Glee Project posted online and they are updated regularly.

I also use Sidereel to watch a lot of shows, but the problem is that you have to click through a lot of the links in order to find one that actually works.
posted by livinglearning at 10:28 PM on July 18, 2012

Oops, sorry I just realized that you already mentioned Sidereel...
posted by livinglearning at 10:31 PM on July 18, 2012

Ditto to Hulu, though the 30-day delay is annoying. You can buy Hulu Plus (no delay, or maybe 1-day) for $8/month. If you figure you may watch an episode a week, $8/month divided by 4 episodes = $2 an episode, not bad.

(Also, I found when I cancelled my Hulu Plus membership, they refunded my credit card for the portion of the month that was still left. Classy.)
posted by Zephyrial at 11:07 PM on July 18, 2012 [1 favorite]

Response by poster: I have no problem paying for Hulu Plus, but my understanding was that you need to wait 30 days AND buy Hulu Plus to watch this show at Hulu. Am I wrong?
posted by msalt at 11:39 PM on July 18, 2012

Response by poster: Actually, I checked Hulu again and it says this, which sounds pretty solid that it is NOT on Hulu Plus right now. (What is?)

Due to licensing restrictions, Season 2 of the Glee Project is now on a 30 day delay from broadcast. We apologize for the inconvenience.
We currently don't have the rights to make this show available on your TV or mobile devices — request to be notified if it becomes available in Hulu Plus.

posted by msalt at 11:41 PM on July 18, 2012

Is Usenet/torrenting not an option for you? I just checked one of the NZB sites (Usenet), and the second season is available in SD and HD. I would assume the normal torrenting sites would have these as well.
posted by kuanes at 3:40 AM on July 19, 2012

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