Who needs to worry about staying home or having to set the Tivo when you can watch prime Fox TV shows online whenever you want? Full episodes of some of the network's top programming is available 24/7 to anyone with a functional mouse and monitor. Here's a list of some of the best Fox TV shows that are accessible directly from the World Wide Web.



"Glee





In case you've been living under a rock, "Glee" is a comedic musical series based around a high school glee club. Students sing the latest pop hits and A-list celebrity appearances are commonplace.



"The Simpsons"  





After more than twenty years on the air, "The Simpsons"  is still going strong. Fox TV viewers can catch up with Bart, Homer, Lisa and the rest of the gang by watching full episodes over the internet.



"American Dad" 





This is another animated series that Fox TV shows online. The series revolves around decidedly right-wing Stan Smith (voiced by Seth McFarlane) and his family. One remarkable member of this ecclectic household is space creature Roger (also played by McFarlane), who lives in the attic. 



"House MD"





"House" is a medical drama starring a surly doctor who spends episodes battling the various maladies of his patients.  Superb writing and acting has made this show an instant classic.



"America's Most Wanted"





This reality show-cum-PSA presents information about fugitives at large so that they may be spotted by the public and apprehended. 



"The Cleveland Show"





Yet another Fox TV cartoon viewable on the web, the show revolves around Cleveland Brown (voiced by Mike Henry) and his family, which includes second wife Donna (Sanaa Lathan) and their children from other relationships.



"Fringe"





"Fringe" is a Fox TV crime/paranormal drama set in Boston. Online viewers can watch stars Anna Torv, John Noble and Joshua Jackson solve "otherworldly cases" involving seemingly supernatural occurances.



"Raising Hope"





This single-camera comedy follows the adventures of a 23-year-old man who, along with his parents and great-grandmother, faces the trials of bringing up a baby girl spawned from a brief affair with a felon.



"Human Target"





This action series, based on the DC comic book of the same name, features a personal security specialist who risks his life to preserve his clients' safety. 



"Running Wilde"





This comedy was developed by the creator of "Arrested Development," another Fox TV show that ended in 2006. "Running Wilde" depicts a wealthy, spoiled playboy intent on winning the heart of his sweet and altruistic childhood love.