Time to get with the program, all you tech haters. Television has long been primed to make the jump to the online black hole known as the World Wide Web, and NBC is helping by offering the Internet some pretty nifty exclusives.
The network is premiering the first episodes of five fall series on Hulu.com, the streaming-video Web site that its parent company, NBC Universal, co-owns with Fox's daddy News Corp.
The video site will have the season premieres of Knight Rider (available September 17), Lipstick Jungle (September 17), Chuck (September 22), Life (September 22), and last but not least, 30 Rock (October 23).
And don't forget, Hulu content also appears on TV.com, so go watch a full episode of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia...like, right now!