The late great BB King, Seinfeld, and free TV.
Hey everybody, let's talk about what to catch online, it's time for Net Picks.
Next week you can catch Seinfeld on Hulu.
June 24th is the day all 180 episodes land on the paid version of Hulu.
Variety reported that Hulu spent $875,000 per episode.
Valuing the whole deal at around $160 million.
If you want to recreate that 90s NBC must-see Thursday lineup, you can watch all of Friends on Netflix still, if you want to watch Wings, hey, it wasn't that bad, you've got the rest of June to watch its eight seasons on Netflix because it's going away on July 1.
Just added on Netflix, catch BB King: The Life of Riley, the 2012 documentary covers King's life story It features King himself, Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt, Carlos Santana, and other.
If none of those are up your alley, prepare yourself for ten seasons of Danger Mouse, just added at Netflix.
Onto the world of Google Play.
Did you know that there were plenty of free TV episodes in Google Play?
Yep, let's talk about the new ones.
It's the first episode of Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell for free right now.
We'll have four episodes of Lifetime's Unreal, a dromedy about a dating reality show.
If you want a more real reality show, get a free episode of Bar Rescue on Google Play.
Google's also got a six part exclusive miniseries called Thank you and Sorry, centered around Jack Antonoff and his band Bleachers.
It's part real footage, and part scripted vingette.
And it's all free Lastly, let's do something different, look into the future, 2015 particularly.
There's Daredevil season two casting news.
If you don't want to know anything about season two, skip the next few seconds, please.
Jon Bernthal, Walking Dead fame will play Frank Castle.
otherwise known as The Punisher.
That's right, The Punisher is coming to Daredevil.
Netflix is also getting a brand new movie from Brad Pitt.
The film is called War Machine and it's based on the book, The Operators.
The wild and terrifying inside story of America's war in Afghanistan by Michael Hastings.
the movie will be released on Netflix and select theatres in 2016 with Brad Pitt as its star.
That does it for us, if you want links to any of those Google Play shows and information about what's online, check out cnet.com/netpicks.
I'm Iyas, enjoy your show.