If you thought the public couldn’t save a show, you were wrong. Chuck on NBC lives again due to a viewer petition sent in to save the show. NBC could not deny the overwhelming response that the views displayed when wanting the show to continue. Created by Josh Schwartz and Chris Fedak, the series is centered around a normal computer whiz. He receives a coded email which uploads all of the governments most coveted secrets into his brain. Now, he’s a walking target for every criminal organization in the world.
Zachary Levi is back to play Chuck and the superhot Agent Walker will be once again reprised by Yvonne Strahovski. Producers set out to make Chuck more of a badass since his role of helpless computer guy was getting stale. He’ll be more kickass as well as self-reliant, allowing him to be more in the mix of things. Of course my favorite character is Agent Casey, who is always good for a quick one-liner followed by a classic smirk.
The third season was originally only thirteen episodes but NBC extended it to nineteen. Perhaps the struggling network saw that they need to extract every little bit out of the show and decided to cash in while they can. The 3rd season kicks off on January 10 in a two hour premiere at 9/8 pm on NBC. After that, it will move to its more permanent timeslot on Mondays at 8/7 pm. If you miss any of the episodes of the loveable computer geek turned superspy, you can watch it on the following sites:
The official site to catch all the latest episodes of Chuck (in HD) as well as other NBC shows. NBC is great since they customarily upload episodes the day after airing.
Popular online site is like an online DVR. Subscribe to a wide array of shows and their player is also in HD. Hulu will post the episodes as soon as NBC does.
Not only can you watch the latest few episodes but you can also find out exactly who the actors are. The video player is linked to Hulu so viewing is high quality.
This site is like Hulu except a little younger. If you have a Slingbox account, you can stream content from the Slingbox to your computer. Sling also uses the Hulu player.
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