If you are like me you have no time to watch TV, at least not in the regular time slot when popular shows are first aired. I always end up either being at work or out doing something with the family or any number of other activities that keep me busy. I always find a block of time whether it be midnight thirty or a half hour on Saturday to try to catch up on some Shows. Hulu is a great service for this, but there are limitations to what you can watch and when you can watch it when it comes to newer shows. Enter the Show Box app. Somehow it has managed to stay in the Play Store for the past few months. It has quickly been downloaded 100,000+ times. The legality of this app is a bit suspicious. It is hard to believe that Show Box could have hashed out the necessary licensing agreements, especially considering this app is add supported. If it turns out that this app is too good to be true then you had better grab it while you can. I have a feeling this gem won't be in the Play Store for long. Via Play Store Topic for discussion: If you pay for a Television channel (cable subscription, premium channel subscription), but you don't have time to watch a show when it is originally aired, is it ethical to pirate said show? The debate is not whether or not it is legal. The question is, is it ethical. Would you say yes, no, grey? Also what is the difference between a pirated show, and dvr or vcr?