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Outside TV: In search of speed.

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Seems like a great show, but I'm a cord cutter. Does anyone know where one can buy/download/watch full episodes online, or buy a DVD?
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YouTube?

This one? Seems to be clips only, same with the app.

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That's the one. But I'm looking for the full 30m episodes.
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If you guys are speaking in code, I think I can get you what you are looking for. I've got some little green Bode Millers that will kick your ass.

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Originally Posted by randomstriker View Post

That's the one. But I'm looking for the full 30m episodes.

You won't find them. Cable networks, especially smaller ones like Outdoor, protect their content pretty fiercely, so the only way to get the content is to be a subscriber. For big time shows like Game of Thrones and such, there are ways to find the episodes illegally, although the sanctions for doing so can be harsh. With a small niche show like this, it probably won't even be available through piracy. Sorry. 

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You won't find them. Cable networks, especially smaller ones like Outdoor, protect their content pretty fiercely, so the only way to get the content is to be a subscriber. For big time shows like Game of Thrones and such, there are ways to find the episodes illegally, although the sanctions for doing so can be harsh. With a small niche show like this, it probably won't even be available through piracy. Sorry. 

 

So you can't even buy episodes from a streaming service like iTunes? I am willing to pay for legitimate access. Just not sure where to find it...having not navigated the cable TV world in 15+ years.

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I had checked Amazon Prime and Google Play, but didn't find them. And the Outdoor website, and their app. And Netflix DVD (maybe streaming?). Maybe Hulu?
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I have Sling that I stream through my Firetv Stick it's $25 a month and includes Outside and about 15 - 20 other channels including ESPN networks .  Of course you have to watch it when it's broadcast.

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My TV Guide app didn't even list it as something to watch for. I made sure it had Outside TV as a channel to search.. Apparently they don't break down their show times. It's all Outside Programming. Maybe find a friend with a TV. It's on Thursdays.
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