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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.
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.
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.
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