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Am I supposed to see more choices for VOD TV episodes when I log-in via my laptop versus what I see on my laptop? It seems silly to have to plug my laptop into my TV to stream FiOS TV when I pay for a DVR and TV Service.
(Current example: Season 3 of Broadchurch - I see 4 episodes when I log in via my laptop; I only see episode 1 show of Season 3 from my TV when I go On-Demand. Other selections match up - but not this one).
It has been noted that some providers are offering more content on their own sites vs what they are offering via On Demand.
Haven't seen anyone report they have checked other providers and they are offering more for free than what is available on Verizon.
In this case - I'm not talking about what I am seeing on a network - I'm talking about what I'm seeing on Verizon's Website versus Verizon's TV. The lists are often exactly the same - but sometimes the TV is missing many things.
In general - I find Verizon On-Demand offerings very disappointing (as compared to Comcast which is where I just came from) - but I would at least expect to see them consistent based upon where I log in from.