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how can you tell which on demand movies are part of a premium package (HBO, Cinemax) versus those movies which are not part of a premium package and thus available to all for rental? as you scroll down through the lists of movies, one cannot tell if the movie is for general rental or whether it is being offered as a part of a premium package. You must click on the desired movie at least three times before you are provided with this information. this is frustrating.
HBO and Cinamax have their own folders on demand that have subfolders for their movies.
Path is: On demand--->browse all---->Premium Subscriptions-----> HBO or Cinamax---> Movies(for standard def), or HD----> hd movies (for HD).