I made a wonderful discovery a few days ago on Hulu: they put up both seasons of Life, a cop show that was on NBC. It’s about a detective who is framed for murder, goes to jail for 12 years, and then returns to work after being exonerated and paid a huge settlement. So it’s a standard-issue mystery show, with an overarching plot arc.
I’ve gotten through the first half of Season 1 already, and I’m enjoying it more than I did when it was on television because I have more of a sense of continuity this way.
If you haven’t seen the show, check it out. It won’t be on Hulu forever.