TNT for iPad now available

TNT has just released an iPad optimized version of its TNT app bringing with it full length TV episodes and movies.

Get complete access to your favorite TNT shows wherever and whenever you want. Check out episode guides, watch clips and behind-the-scenes videos, set schedule reminders and even watch full episodes of The Closer, Falling Skies, Rizzoli & Isles and more after authenticating through your television provider. Every life needs a little drama--now, you can take it with you wherever you go, for free.
  • Full Episodes of TNT Series and Movies (after authenticating)
  • Series Episode Guides
  • Clips and Behind-the-Scenes Video
  • Show Schedules with Reminders
  • GetGlue, Facebook and Twitter Integration

TNT for iPad is available for free although you must have a subscription with your TV provider.

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Reader comments

TNT for iPad now available


Authenticating that you get the channel?? WTF? What a weird concept. I guess on a level it makes sense...but if you can already access this stuff for free on the web...why verify so you can access it on your iPad/iPhone?
And if you have to verify, why not offer all the episodes?

This seems to be the rage now. Authenticate a channel app by proving you already pay for a cable/satellite package. Pretty soon i'll have folders of tv channel apps. Too bad we can't subscribe to cable or satellite in this manner by picking and choosing channels. I wouldn't need many.
Local channels (for local news mainly), food network, hgtv, espn, and syfy and I'm done.