Like millions of other fans, I've enjoyed watching episodes of Project Runway weekly
on YouTube this past season. I, nor many of my friends my age have a cable TV or satellite subscription—Internet service is king. So in the case that there's a cable television show that we absolutely have to watch, our first resource is the network's website. Unfortunately for Bravo, all full episodes weren't showcased on their site so many disappointed seekers averted to YouTube for their weekly doses of "Fierce," "Make it work," and "Auf wiedersehen."
By not showcasing full episodes of the highly popular show, they missed out.
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