There have been a lot of us that have experienced that feeling of suddenly being out in the world, not alone but definitely without the kind of safety net we used to have right behind us at all times. Grown-ish is the spinoff of Black-ish, one of the more popular shows to come along in a while, and in this new show Zoey is being given a chance to step into a world that she hasn’t had to deal with before, college. As a lot of us remember it didn’t matter who you were or where you came from when you first hit the doors of your first institution, as no matter what you were the newbie, the rookie, the freshman that didn’t know a dang thing about what you’d just stepped into. For some it was quite daunting, but for those like Zoey it’s bound to be the type of adventure that might very well test her but all the same will allow her to grow into the person she wants to be. That’s the goal of the college experience after all, to promote growth and make a person think about what they want to do once they’re done.
For those that enjoyed Black-ish and wanted to add Grown-ish to their list of shows to watch however there are a few options that you might not have to pay for if you work things just right. Granted, most if not all services you’ll find will want you to pay a monthly fee for their services, as is necessary. But some of them will typically grant you a trial period to see if you really want to sign up and enjoy what they have to offer. A lot of folks might get hooked after a while as they find that there are more and more shows being displayed on the various streaming networks that they just can’t resist, but if you’re going to watch just one show then the typical 7-day free trial is the way to go. Just make sure you carve out enough time in those 7 days to sit and binge watch if you have the time, because otherwise you might find yourself trying to beat that trial period by watching as much as is humanly possible. Given that there’s only two seasons of the show so far you wouldn’t have too long to watch, but it’d still be a good idea to schedule some time and then sit back and relax while you get to enjoy.
After those 7 days however the free ride is over, and the only freebie you get comes when someone else foots the bill and invites you over to watch. There are a lot of ways to watch free movies and TV, but unless you’re willing to do something illegal this is probably the best option. Free cable at the expense of someone else isn’t exactly free after all, and the moment you’re caught it becomes a huge problem. So do your research, find out which streaming network you want to deal with, and then go on and try out their trial period and see about trying to find all the episodes you need to catch up on.
Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, and even Amazon are good sites to visit, though if you really look you can possibly find more that will offer what you’re after. These free trials are great since you can virtually skip from one to the next, legally, without paying a dime while you watch your favorite shows. Chances are that once you’ve been to one of them however they will take down your information and want to know whether you’re ready to commit or not. Face the facts, if you could skip from one service to the next more than once the world would likely be filled with stream surfers that would do their best to never pay a cent to the streaming networks, just riding the free trials as long as they could. You can imagine that after a while the free trials would dry up since every last one of them would need to find a way to make up the profits somewhere. That, and the likelihood of the prices going up even more than they have throughout the years would be a distinct possibility.
So if all you need to do is catch up on Grown-ish then a free trial would be a great idea since it offers you the chance to see if you like the network and, of course, to catch up on any episodes you’ve missed. But the moment that trial is up you’re going to have to move onto another network or decide to make your first payment. Otherwise there’s no such thing as free after the invitation period, as costs have to be met somehow.