MidCenturyTV.com launches as aggregator


Similar to Crackle.com, entertainment consumers interested in TV series from the mid-twentieth century now have an easy route to discovering the shows they love. MidCenturyTV.com has launched at http://www.midcenturytv.com to provide links to watchable TV shows. The site has reviewed and organized television from 1948 to 1974, allowing users to begin streaming their favorite shows quickly.

Users follow links to see studio-authorized and clear quality videos at sites such as Hulu, TVLand, CBS.com, and others. In addition, available DVDs of classic shows are organized with convenient links to purchase at discount from multiple merchants.

“I have experienced firsthand the difficulty of getting straight to the links of the great old shows,” remarked Bob Poulsen, President of MidCenturyTV.com. “So I created this site to give quick access to what users search for most — free studio-authorized shows online.”

MidCenturyTV.com also displays historic primetime television schedules from the 1940s through 1970s, giving users the chance to remember a specific night of programming. The schedules are browsable by year, and segmented into weekdays and networks. Also, a search box is included to find any mid-century show lightning fast.