The very popular U.S. version of Who Do You Think You Are? draws millions of viewers on Friday evenings. If you happen to miss an episode or would like to watch one a second time, you can find them available for download free of charge for a week or two on NBC.com and on Hulu.com. However, if you missed a bunch of episodes or you want an older episode, such as one from last year, you still have options even after the programs have disappeared from both NBC.com and Hulu.com.
You can download single episodes for $1.99 (regular television) or $2.99 (high def) from Amazon Instant Video. The single episodes become available instantly on your Mac, Windows, or compatible television set. Perhaps even better, you can purchase an entire season of Who Do You Think You Are? on DVD disks. Season One and Season Two are available now while Season Three should become available shortly after the last episode is aired. Prices for an entire season on DVD disks range from $28.08 to $34.99.
You can learn more or order the shows from Amazon at http://goo.gl/OsVXz.
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