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What to watch live online in May"Mad Men" fans, rejoice. This month, the show's creator will talk about the show's entire run online.
Bridezillas, BitCoin and more, on NetPicks. [MUSIC] Hey, everyone. Welcome to NetPicks, where you find out what's available to watch online. First up, let's head on over to livestream.com for some stuff you'll be able to watch live as they happen. On May 20th at 7:00 p.m. Eastern, you can watch Madmen creator, Matthew Weiner, speak live, shortly after Madmen. Finishes its run. On the 19th you can learn about Bitcoin in the talk from the New York Public Library. The conversation will be between some folks from the New York Times as well as Gavin Andresen who is the Chief Scientist at the Bitcoin Foundation and Fred Wilson, one of the biggest venture capitalists in Bitcoin. If you're not into either of those things, how about watching a bunch of guys fighting each other? The WWE is once again giving away a free month. Of its WWE network to new subscribers. On the 17th, catch Payback where WWE world heavyweight champion Seth Rollins, that weasel, defends his title against Randy Orton and his ex shield brothers Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns. On to the world of Netflix. You can catch season four of Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown on May 15th. On that same day, you can catch Cyber-seniors a documentary about seniors learning about computers from teenagers. And on the 21st catch the first episode of Between a Canadian Sci-fi show where everyone over the age of 21 has been wiped out in a small town. Interestingly this isn't a binge watch situation. Netflix will run one episode every Thursday at 8:30 p.m. Pacific. Starting May 21st. Let's talk more Netflix, particularly what's leaving. May 16th, say bye bye to Fun Size. May 17th, Bridezillas Season 9, Cloud 9, and Dane Cook Rough Around The Edges Live From Madison Square Garden gone. May 19th, Red Dawn Sunset. May 23rd, Silent House is silenter. May 28th, The New Guy is the offline guy. You're thinking; hey, that's great, but I want more stuff to watch. I say this to you. Great idea; check out Cnet.com/netpicks to get much more information on your favorite video plays. That does it for us. I'm Ias, enjoy your show.