If you are a lifelong learner, a people watcher, and someone who likes to see how people with vastly different lifestyles from your own deal with the travails of modern living, you will love TLC. Formerly known as The Learning Channel, TLC changed its name to reflect both the acronym of its former name and the well-known acronym for Tender Love and Care. TLC has been providing educational but especially very human programing to American households since 1980, and it continues to take care of its viewers. After all, its motto states that “Everyone Needs a Little TLC.” And those of us in the mood for watching reality programing to see how the rest of the world is interacting can tune in any time from any internet connected device with On Demand Internet TV!
TLC is primarily known for its reality programing. It brings lifestyles that may seem different or extreme into the norm by playing programing that features loveable people living their day-to-day lives. One of my favorite feel-good programs on TLC was Little People, Big World, which brought you into the warm and welcoming farmhouse of a family of little people. Unfortunately, streaming TV was not available when it aired, and so I regretfully missed a few episodes, but now I can catch up on all of my current favorites on my own schedule as long as I have my smartphone, tablet, or computer and a good connection to the Internet.
One of those favorite shows is 17 Kids and Counting. As someone from a fairly typical American family, I appreciate seeing what people from truly large families do to make ends meet, to share chores, and to show affection to each other. This show has opened my mind, which was surely its goal, and made me more aware of the challenges and joys of having a large family. I am thankful that I never have to miss an episode and can always replay my favorites.
TLC makes the world around us just a little smaller and warmer. With on demand TLC, you can start to connect with people who are vastly different from you on your own time.
The network TLC offers hundreds of shows and series to watch again on the internet, and it’s free and legal. Whether it is a documentary, a sports match, or a show, rebroadcasting is often free and available for you.
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