With the TV sites each one is a bit unique but basically you select "SHOWS" or "VIDEOS" to get to the listing of programs you can watch now.I have 2 screens hooked up to my computer so I watch TV on 1 while I compute on the other.Or I connect my smartphone, tablet or laptop via a HDMI cable to my big screen TV downstairs and watch it on the big TV.There are many other options on where and how to connect a screen to the internet. New TVs I understand have internet capabilities built right in to some degree.Mine are all free + cost of internet and a HDMI cable (standard size to mini for my tablet and smartphone connection).Hope this is of some help as a starting point.IKan
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