Discussion in 'Community' started by Everton, Sep 1, 2011.
I know!! Even more exciting!!
I have not watched this program.
Only available in the UK.
I must say, though, Pinot Gris goes very well with this series.
I've taken ultimate precautions and blacked out some details (never post a ticket online! ), but I also couldn't resist posting this:
Present will be Jullian Fellowes, his wife, a producer and Matthew Crawley.
Bah. Why did I ever leave?
I can even park at work. The venue is only two minutes away.
Soo...I guess I can't watch BBC iplayer without a TV license?! So I'm thinking I'm going to have to find other ways of watching Downton Abbey. I don't really want to pay for a TV license for one show.
You can do it like me - torrent it.
Yes if you're not going to pay the licence fee, and not willing to simply watch it on iPlayer anyway (I never had one at University), then downloading is your only option.
EDIT: ITV shows aren't on the iPlayer. But they are on [link=http://www.itv.com/ITVPlayer/]ITV Player[/link], which might well be licence fee free.
Got the blurays. Gorgeous.
Aren't they just?
It's going to be hard watching the second season in standard def, that's for sure
It's not on the BBC, not sure if ITV player will let you watch.
But in regards to only watching one show, what about Doctor Who, Sherlock & the many other good shows the BBC produces?
Downton Abbey is about the only thing ITV does that is worth watching, apart from football and Primeval
Yeah. I don't have HDTV service at home so will have to make do.
Bit of a shame there'll be ad breaks, too.
Somehow this passed me by when it first aired. I'll have to get the DVD's.
Thank God for the torrents, the HD version of episodes is always available within an hour after the end of the original broadcast...
Yup! I'm so glad of that. At least my re-watch will be ad free.
(oh yes, I'll be watching it again immediately after it's broadcast - or at least, as quickly as they stick the HD torrent up)
The DW episodes are REALLY fast - the SD version is up within 10-15 minutes after the end of the broadcast, and the HD version is up within 20-40 minutes, depending. I can't remember how long it took them to upload the DA episodes, but they were pretty quick, too - definitely within an hour after the end of the broadcast.
Just quite literally can't wait. I DEMAND the Doctor takes me forward 24 hours.
You would miss tonight's episode of Doctor Who??? Tsk, tsk, tsk...
exnay on the piracy talk, por favor. grazie.
OMG! I am getting obsessed with Downton!
I'll wait until this evening before summoning the TARDIS.
So much to blurt about, but no time.