I watch several broadcast and cable stations on VOD. On most stations, when you select a particular show, it shows the episodes available either in date order or in episode number order.
However, TNT's listings are by alphabetical order of the episode titles. I don't know the names of episodes, but I usually know the date they were first aired or can tell by the episode number. I do know that when a new episode is posted it says "new", however, I don't always watch the episodes right after they are posted. I usually catch up on a couple of episodes at a time.
Is this how TNT sends their shows to Verizon? It makes no sense to me. I find it a little annoying trying to figure out which are the episodes I haven't seen. This must be a recent change, because during the last season of both The Closer and Rizzoli & Isles, they were listed by episode number. It seems to have changed when the new seasons of both shows started in July.
I can understand if Verizon has not control over this-but if Verizon does, can it please be fixed?
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