If you managed to miss Episodes 3 and 4 of Fresh Off the Boat, don’t fret, you can catch up online in a number of ways. (For that matter, catch up on Episodes 1 and 2, and if you haven’t downloaded the pilot for free on iTunes and Amazon Instant Video, definitely do that, too.)
The show slides into its regular Tuesday night at 8pm timeslot with two new episodes that aired on 2/10. Although the show did well from a ratings perspective on its special Wednesday night debut last week, the real test is if it can retain a following to a tough Tuesday night timeslot. Next Tuesday (2/17), the show will air one new episode at 8:00pm.
Aside from the ratings (which are most important), the network is also tracking downloads/legal streaming, as well as social media (Hashtag: #FreshOffTheBoat). So if you want to show the network your support, definitely watch, download, and tweet/post about it.
Multiple episodes are available for streaming using the “WATCH ABC” app for iOS. As of now, these downloads and streams are only legit available in the U.S./North America. Sorry to all our overseas readers that we can’t necessarily provide you links; you’ll just have to catch it on satellite for now.
EPISODE 3: The Shunning (S1E3)
When the cul-de-sac plans a block party to celebrate NASCAR, Louis (Randall Park) urges the family to use the event to make new friends (and promote Cattleman’s Ranch Steakhouse). But Jessica (Constance Wu) has problems fitting in, especially after she befriends a beautiful trophy wife the roller blade moms don’t like. Meanwhile, Eddie (Hudson Yang) schemes to win the respect of the neighborhood kids
EPISODE 4: Success Perm (S1E4)
Family rivalry spirals out of control when Jessica’s (Constance Wu) sister, Connie (Susan Park), and her far more affluent husband come to visit. The Huangs try to convince everyone they’re doing great financially, when nothing could be further from the truth. Meanwhile, Eddie (Hudson Yang) is excited to be reunited with his cousin Justin (Lance Dae Lim), who introduced him to hip hop, until he learns the kid has moved on to grunge.
About the show:
It’s the ’90s and 11 year old, hip-hop loving Eddie (Hudson Yang) just moved to suburban Orlando from DC’s Chinatown with his parents (Randall Park and Constance Wu). It’s culture shock for his immigrant family in this comedy about pursuing the American Dream. Fresh Off the Boat is based on Chef Eddie Huang’s memoir Fresh Off the Boat.
Fresh Off the Boat stars Randall Park as Louis, Constance Wu as Jessica, Hudson Yang as Eddie, Forrest Wheeler as Emery and Ian Chen as Evan.
Fresh Off the Boat is executive produced and written by Nahnatchka Khan and executive produced by Jake Kasdan for 20th Century Fox Television.