Star Trek courtesy CBS Paramount Television Star Trek courtesy CBS Paramount Television

Network see, network do. Coming on the heels of NBC's decision to offer classic TV shows over a group of websites, CBS has announced plans to upload full episodes from their programming vaults on the more than 300 sites that make up the CBS Audience Network.

The network is kicking off the venture by offering the three seasons of Star Trek: The Original Series, Seasons 1 and 2 of The Twilight Zone, and the first seasons of MacGyver, Hawaii Five-O and Melrose Place on CBS.com and the sites of partners such as AOL, Microsoft, CNET Networks and Comcast.

Unlike NBC, which opted to place its programming on network-owned genre sites, CBS is operating under the same open, non-exclusive strategy the network has been using for the past nine months. More programs and clips will be added to the initial lineup in the coming months. - Adam Bryant

Use TVGuide.com's Online Video Guide to search for clips as well as entire episodes of your favorite television shows, both past and present. To name but a handful of examples, the OVG can help you quickly find episodes of CHiPs, Gilligan's Island, Growing Pains and Welcome Back, Kotter.

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