Only one more day until Grace and Frankie becomes available on NETFLIX! Netflix has truly changed the television landscape. It gives viewers the choice about when and how to watch their favorite programs, so you can watch anytime, on any device. And all episodes are available at once, so you can watch the whole first season of “Grace and Frankie” in 6.5 hours, and re-watch your favorite episodes as much as you’d like.
I’ve had a ball working with Lily, and Sam, and Martin, and look forward to hearing what you think. I’ve heard from several of you that you don’t know how to get NETFLIX or where to find it, so Ive included instructions at the end of this blog, which I hope will be helpful.
Here are some more photos from our press week in New York.
I stayed in the Elizabeth Taylor Suite! Talk about Glamour!
Photos of Elizabeth Taylor with her husbands.
Another outtake from our USA TODAY photo shoot. Incase you missed it, you can watch our interview here:
We spoke with NPR’s Jeremy Hobson, who was actually in DC
HOW TO WATCH NETFLIX
1. Set up a NETFLIX account.
Clicking here will take you to the “Grace & Frankie” page on the NETFLIX website. From there click on the button that says “Start Your Free Month“. Thats right, the first month is free and each month after is $8.99, pretty reasonable. There are no contracts or hidden fees, and besides our show, you will be able to watch the countless other TV shows, and Films that NETFLIX has in its Library. After clicking “Start Your Free Month” follow the simple instructions to set up your account.
2. Decide how you will watch.
Once you have created an account, you will use your account information to log in and watch.
- If you have what is called a Smart TV you can watch there. NETFLIX will appear as an item on your menu or on the remote
- If you have a Computer, you can watch online at www.netflix.com
- If you have an iPad, or other mobile device, you will download the NETFLIX app from the App Store.
- If you have AppleTV you can access NETFLIX from there also.
Now, if all else fails, you can always have your Kids or Grandkids help you out, eventually that’s what I did!