“Because Chuck Norris Karate Kommandoes is clearly better than that Lost shit.” – This line is quoted from the login page of TV Vault.org, a private torrent tracker specializing in old and rare television series. We posted an article about TV-Vault back in August when the site was only several days old. At the time we wrote that article, TV-Vault had a mere 364 users and 25 torrents. Now, after roughly a month and a half later, TV-Vault tracks more than 1200 torrents and has a user base in excess of 7000. This is quite an achievement but not a surprise as this site is run by the same awesome folks who run Cinemageddon.

As said above, TV-Vault specializes in older and rare Television shows and is has a quite a good number of those shows too. I was able to find torrents of Blackadder, Beavis and Butthead, Beetlejuice, The Muppet Show (1976) and a number of other TV Series torrents which even BitmeTV didn’t have. TV Vault, being one of the trackers that use Gazelle codebase, features a user friendly and a fast interface.

It’s really good to see niche trackers such as TV-Vault doing great at a time when several new general/0day trackers are launched everyday. Signups are currently open and if you are a fan of older and rare TV shows, this is the tracker for you.


Site Name: TV Vault

Signup URL: http://tv-vault.org/register.php


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  1. kayhaytha // 10/04/2008 09:09:00 AM  

    I cannot believe it !!. I will actually be watching 'Have Gun Will Travel' soon !!!!. Man, I use to love reading the Comics many, many, many years ago.
    LST, you have discovered a Gem of a Tracker.
    Many, many thanks.

  2. Lightning_Struck_Tower // 10/04/2008 09:47:00 AM  

    Yeah it's an awesome tracker. Too bad there arent more like this.

  3. manura // 10/04/2008 11:35:00 AM  
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  4. manura // 10/04/2008 11:38:00 AM  

    This is not related to current post
    Is there any service in the internet where i can transfer a file from any server to the perticular sevice and later download it to my computer leasuely.
    Thanks in advance

  5. Lightning_Struck_Tower // 10/04/2008 09:17:00 PM  


    Look Here:

    Some ppl say toptenreviews.com is biased but at least this should give you a list of service providers.

    For a similar service for torrent downloads there is one from Imageshack:

  6. manura // 10/05/2008 08:34:00 PM  

    Thanks machan