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Rent ABC & FOX Shows for 99 Cents on iTunes!

Rent ABC & FOX Shows for 99 Cents on iTunes!

ABC and FOX have teamed up with iTunes for TV show rentals!

Apple announced a smaller version of their Apple TV product for $99, to be available next month, and TV show rentals from the two networks for $.99.

“When we put our shows on iTunes five years ago, it was revolutionary,” Anne Sweeney, co-chair Disney Media Networks and president, Disney/ABC Television Group, said in a statement. “Since then, we’ve continued to provide viewers with innovative new ways to access our programming, and today we’re proud to team with Apple on a rental option for fans of our shows.”

No other networks are on board just yet.

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  • KellStar

    Or go on one of countless websites and stream or download them for free! TV show rentals are a total rip off.

  • I n F a m o u s l y C o o l

    …why rent when you can watch’em for free… shiit, i’ll give the websites to whoever wants. ahahahahaha..

  • myGossip565dotcom

    You can purchase these same episodes from amazon at 99 cents. That purchase not rent.

  • money

    so are these paid $1 episodes ADVERTISING FREE? better be, ridiculous how everything is become pay-to-view. Apple + Google=mega evil.

  • as

    it’s all available on Torrent the next couple of hours anyway.. And what does “rental” means? You only get an episode for a day?!

  • aberstan

    One major limitation with the Netflix and Apple iTunes store is that the large majority of quality content is only available to those living in the USA.

    Netflix is available to those in the USA (But for those abroad, you can get a US IP address with a VPN service)

    Also, if you are abroad it can be challenging to setup a US ITunes account without a US credit card.

    Yet I did find a work around solution for accessing the the iTunes US from abroad by using iTunes Gift Cards at

    I don’t understand why Netflix, Apple and the media companies don’t just let people have worldwide access to media…wouldn’t it mean more profits for them?!?

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