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Why do I have to pay for the TV series Bull on demand?  I still have 3 episodes left but now when I go to On Demand it shows I must pay for the remaining 3 episodes.  I just watched an episodes last week but now I can not watch the remaining episodes unless I pay for it. 

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Hi sjohnson77, it comes down to agreements with the content providers "owners" on which content is available on demand and if it is offered for free or not.

 

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This is complete garbage. We pay for the channels, we pay for ondemand current shows should be free. My wife and I just tried to watch the 4 remaining episodes for Into the Badlands and get some ads free subscription for $4.99. The 8 episodes before these were free. I don't care about ads free. Add the commercials. Let us watch the shows we have already paid for.

If you have some stupid agreement with "owners" then you need to renegotiate. Take care of your customers. It makes 0 sense to offer 80-90% of a season free then charge a separate subscription fee to finish. If there is an ads free version, fine. Charge for that. But let us continue watching free with ads.

 

We are already looking around for another solution for our viewing entertainment.

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Thanks for the answer , I'll be switching to direct tv.

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Hello all, I understand where you are coming from. Unfortunately we don't control what is listed as paid content on demand. It is up to the network that airs the movie/TV show to list the past episodes free. You can always set your DVR to record the series so you never miss another episode and you can finish the season.




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