Watch New TV Episodes Online With GroupFlix

What is GroupFlix?
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Pay for Only the Shows You Want
When You Want Them

Netflix and Hulu definitely provides an all-in-one streaming video platform for its subscribers but what if a subscriber only wants to view the latest episode of AMC’s The Walking Dead? Does it make sense for the subscriber to pay $8 a month for Netflix or Hulu, which may never get the latest episodes?

GroupFlix, a Cable TV Alternative like no other. GroupFlix  is an (#alacarteTV) online video service that allows TV viewers to pay for, and watch only the shows they love. Even services like Amazon Video can’t offer shows for 30 to 90 days after the season is over. And even then, the cost is enormous at several dollars per episode. GroupFlix wants to flip that model upside down by offering these shows within a day of their broadcast. With GroupFlix,TV lovers can select the shows they are interested in watching, and then will be charged a monthly fee of $8 to $10 to watch their favorite shows within 24 hours of their airing.

The only bad news is that GroupFlix is still in beta. Currently only three shows are available on GroupFlix: The Walking Dead, Magic City and Low Winter Sun. Every time an episode is available, the subscribers receive an e-mail and all they have to do is click, watch and enjoy. But the more people who join, the better chance that this service will take off.

How GroupFlix Works

What is GroupFlix

Users can “unlock” a show on GroupFlix by expressing enough interest in it. New seasons of your favorite shows are made available when enough TV fans raise the ‘gLevel‘. TV fans can raise the gLevel by getting more people involved through social media, blogging, or simply by word of mouth. Once the show is unlocked, subscribers pay a monthly $9 subscription to be able to watch it (commercial free).

 

How to Join the Cause

GroupFlix gained its inspiration from the cancellation of ABC’s Detroit 1-8-7. The network took the show off air, disappointing fans all over the world. GroupFlix wants to take the decision out of the hands of network executives, and give the power back to the people. In conclusion, GroupFlix is a fantastic Cable TV Alternative and if it picks up steam, could be a cordcutter’s dream come true. So go sign up today! There is no charge and if we all join forces we can really make a difference! www.groupflix.tv

 

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10 thoughts on “Watch New TV Episodes Online With GroupFlix”

  1. Excellent. Sounds like you got it dialed. If you dont mind me asking – how did you hear about the Leaf? Did KilltheCableBill help with that purchase at all?

  2. Yes. We have the Mohu Leaf 50 Indoor HDTV Antenna, but we always forget we have it. It is nicer though without cable, we realize we have a lot more time to do the little project that we wanted. We have been cable free for a year.

  3. Hey Anthony – I was able to get some more information for you. They are considering Roku but their early focus will be on Apple TV and Chromecast. And if they find that their users are having trouble getting GroupFlix to their TV, then they will put more focus on a Roku app. Hope that helps. Sounds like you and your family have a pretty great setup. Have you looked into OTA broadcasts as well?

  4. Thanks. My wife and I are full streaming, with Roku’s in each room, blu-ray with streaming, and VOIP. So if this is offered in Roku’s programming, that would be great.

  5. Hey Anthony – this is a great question. I am researching this topic now and will let you know what I find out.

  6. Hi Brenda – Thanks for reaching out.
    GLevel varies show to show. It usually take 7000-10000 people to unlock a show. They open the groups 45 days before the premier of the season so there is enough time for us to fill the group and all but guarantee you will be given access. If they don't unlock the group you're never charged.

    Hope that's helpful. Thanks for your interest

  7. How many users does it take to raise the gLevel ? How long after this limit has been reached would it be before that show then became available to subscribers? If I were to subscribe and pay my $9 subscription would I be automatically notified when new shows became available and is there somewhere that show what gLevel status the shows are at, as in the number of fans? In other words how many more likes it would require to become available?

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