08-08-2014 02:14 PM - edited 08-08-2014 02:16 PM
normally the last 4-5 shows are available for free.
Let's go back to the example of Arrow.
Search for it TWO ways
Do a normal search for arrow, you'll probably be presented with rent buy options, because customers want that. some want to buy it.
Now instead of doing a search, navigate to the CW folder, and see if it's in there, and if it's for rent or buy. you should find it in that folder for free.
08-09-2014 04:05 AM
That's it? And I do not know any individuals who would want to buy an episode of Arrow [or any show for that matter] from their TV provider. It makes a lot more sense to buy the DVD or a digital copy online because you won't lose those like you would if you ever swtich providers.
TBH I am just wondering if I'll be stuck paying more money to Verizon if I just want to watch a show that is a few seasons in. For example, I did not start watching Game of Thrones until it was 3 seasons in. IF Comcast had charged me even though I was subscribed to HBO, I would have explored other options...now while not all episodes were on demand on their STB, all of season 3 was for free and the rest I was able to watch on demand on the HBOGO app. And eventually, Comcast did make all 3 seasons available to watch shortly before season 4 started. At no point did I ever have to pay an extra penny to watch past episodes of this show or others.
I just do not understand why Verizon charges so much for their OD content when Comcast and other providers offer those same programs for free.
08-09-2014 05:08 AM
12-02-2016 08:01 AM
Sorry RoadDog but you are wrong, YOU have to pay $8 with limited interruption on wha tyouare viewing ot $12 for no interuption. THEIR IS NO FREE HULU for a few months now.
12-05-2016 09:56 AM
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