DBZ is short for Dragon Ball Z and many fans use this to refer to this show or specific episodes on the series. If you want full length shows for GT, Z and all other dragon ball TV shows you will have to do a little bit or research online. But if you just want some clips, video sharing sites like YouTube have plenty of clips that you can view or watch. Just go to their website and do a search for the episode that you want and you'll get several listings of videos that users have uploaded and that you can watch over the internet.
DBZ is a very popular Japanese animated TV series produced by Toei Animation (used to be produced by Toei Doga). It is the sequel to Dragon Ball Anime, the first 16 volumes of a 42 volume Dragon Ball Manga series created by Akira Toriyama. DBZ adapts the last 26 volumes of the original manga (Manga is the Japanese word for comics). The series features the adventures of Son Goku and his companions who defend the Earth and other fictional planets from different super villains. The series has lots of fans and viewers worldwide and thousands of people search internet search engines looking for news, episodes, games and more online. The series has finally become extremely popular in the US too. Here are some tips to help you locate and find places where you can watch Dragon Ball Z episodes online over the internet.
One of the easiest places to find links to video streams to the series is the discussion sections of fan sites. The series has millions of fans some of whom have set up websites where they frequently post gossip, news and other things. Some sites have discussions forums which are quite helpful if you are looking for specific information about the show. You will normally find a knowledgeable person who will be able to tell you or provide you a link to a site where you can find the information or video streams that you need. Remember, there are lots of fans who are looking for the same episodes that you are after and many committed fans usually like to share their discoveries with other fans. So fan sites are a good place to start if you are looking for DBZ episodes or where to download and watch them online.
You can also watch the episodes from the websites of the television stations that are currently airing the series. Just look in the TV guides provided by satellite and cable television companies and make a list of the channels that are showing the series. Next visit their websites and find out if they stream or web cast their programs online. If they do, then you don't have to look any further unless you are looking for particular episodes.
You can also try checking TV guides for international and foreign TV stations. There are many sites online that lists these stations including their internet TV streams so that you can watch their programs using windows media or the Realplayer. Note down the ones that are showing the DBZ program and bookmark them so that you can find them easily next time you want to watch an episode. There is also software that you can use to pick up TV streams from thousands of TV stations. If you do a search online, you'll find a lot of search engine listings with different software offering this type of facility. In order to make a good choice, read several reviews about the software from various independent sites so that you don't get ripped off.