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Ever watch a show and say to yourself, "I know that actor, but where have I seen him?" The Web makes watching TV a richer experience, allowing you to do some background research into your favorite shows, actors, directors, scriptwriters and more. Research all of the Hollywood resumes that interest you, or read a recap of a show you missed. Use some of the sites provided to research the origins and history of television-including how it works and what early TV sets looked like, for example.
- If you want to learn about a show that's still running, and know which station it airs on, visit the show's official homepage. To do this, either enter the show's name into a traditional search engine, or go to the network homepage for a link to the show.
- If you miss an episode and can't catch it online, visit the episode guides provided by most show homepages. These guides summarize recent plot developments, and are a good way to keep up with a series if you've missed a show or two.
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