Between podcasts, You Tube series, and television, it seems the only entertainment that hasn't made it online is Kelly Brook movies, which for purist reasons will be straight-to-DVD 4-ever. Making sense of your dizzying online TV options, Tank Top TV
Still in beta, Tank aggregates and rationalizes the vast kaleidoscope of listings from the BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, 4OD, Demand 5, and spinoff/HD online TV, a sanity-saving project undertaken by a software designing hubby/wife team looking to efficiently entertain themselves during "turbo training" (frame-mounting your bike in order to expend huge effort without going anywhere, like a British Rail for firmer thighs).
Listings are browse-able by what's new that week, popular w/ other TTTV viewers, category (drama/doco/comedy, etc.), or specific channel (e.g., BBC1/2/3/4 instead of the unwieldy catchall iPlayer), and provides direct links with pop-up thumbnail pics, episode synopses, and # of other episodes available, so 24 fans know instantly what chunks of their day will be spent achieving Jack.
Log in to create a dashboard, where you can tag shows as "favourites" to receive e-mail notifications of newly avail episodes, or as "I don't like" (works on categories, shows, or channels -- they'll not show up on your dashboard again); there's also a Last.fm-style recommendation algorithm, bringing next-gen nuance to a system formerly based on friends urging, "Oh, you simply must watch The Wire"
Further functions include Facebook-linked "like" buttons, what-you're-watching/"favouriting" auto-tweets, and a running list of the most "unfavourited" shows -- if Kelly's masterpiece Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo isn't in there, then you'll know the internet has gone completely in-Zane.