ABC To Stream Fall 2012 TV Show Lineup

Beginning with this past season of ABC’s most popular shows, viewers will now be able to stream their favorite episodes at ABC.com/CatchUp or by downloading the free ABC player app available for iOS devices. Popular shows such as “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Castle,” “Nashville” and “Scandal” are all part of the new lineup now available for streaming.

More shows available catch-up style

More shows available catch-up style

“The holidays are a perfect time to either catch up on your favorite show or get to know one that’s been on your list all season,” said Karin Gilford, SVP of Digital Media at ABC. “And the app for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch just makes it that much easier for people who are traveling or just have down time from work.”

The shows, which also include “The Neighbors,” “Once Upon A Time,” and “Revenge” will have altering online streaming availability this Holiday season. Shows “Castle,” “Greys Anatomy,” “Nashville,” “Happy Endings,” and “Neighbors” will all be available from December 15th through January 5, 2013 on the streaming platforms, while “Once Upon A Time,” “Revenge,” and “Scandal will be available starting on December 18th through the 31st.

The app is available for free from the App Store on iOS devices, including the iPhone, iPad and iPod. Those without access to an iOS device can simply stream the shows over the internet through the user-friendly ABC.com/CatchUp website. The ABC Player app was reported to be the sixth most downloaded app of all time, and is in the top 20 for 2012. The app provides users with the ability to watch their favorite programming on the go.

1 Comment

  1. JJ Goode
    JJ Goode December 20, 2012 at 10:14 pm

    ABC is making a great move here. I would definitely use their app if I didn’t have my DISH Hopper already saving everything I want. Since it has a hard drive that stores up to 2,000 hours of entertainment, I’ve finally been able to save everything I’m remotely interested in. I’ll have to tell a few of my buddies that work with me at DISH about it, though; their DVRs might be full by this time of year.

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