Find out who shot Laura Palmer; CBS adds five classic TV shows for online viewing

Can’t remember who shot Laura Palmer?

Miss the wacky romantics on “The Love Boat?”

Despair no more. CBS has added select seasons for online viewing of five “classics” at and on the CBS Audience Network, which includes sites such as AOL, Joost, CNET, VideoEgg and bunches more. The shows include “Beverly Hills 90210”, “The Love Boat,” “Twin Peaks,” “Family Ties,” and “Perry Mason.”

In addition, CBS has also added seasons for three shows already available online: “MacGyver,” “The Twilight Zone,” and “Hawaii Five-O.”

So who did shoot Laura Palmer?

[Interested in watching vintage TV on the Web? Check out the last100 post “From ‘Alfred Hitchcock’ to the ‘A Team’”]

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3 Responses to “Find out who shot Laura Palmer; CBS adds five classic TV shows for online viewing”

  1. Ryan Jarrett says:

    Great! I’d love to watch Twin Peaks again. I’ve tried it though and it looks like I can’t view it – is this only available to Stateside surfers?

  2. It must be for US only as I had no problem, even at work behind a tight firewall on crappy IE6!

    Too bad, though … no pilot, starts with the second episode.

  3. The answer to your question is no-one… Laura Palmer was either stabbed or beaten to death (depending on the source)

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