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Starz on Demand: Why was the original series "BOSS" removed from the lineup?

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Starz website says full episodes are available On Demand.  They are not.  Cannot be viewed on the computer either.  This EXCELLENT show appears to have suddenly been removed without notice or explanation to customers who are paying for on demand service.  Fans of this show DEMAND to know why!!!!! 

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Its not on demand on Fios, or ATT uverse either right now.  So its something between on demand and starz..   Also you don't pay for on demand its free with your subscription.  

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Tina7700 wrote:

Starz website says full episodes are available On Demand.  They are not.  Cannot be viewed on the computer either.  This EXCELLENT show appears to have suddenly been removed without notice or explanation to customers who are paying for on demand service.  Fans of this show DEMAND to know why!!!!! 


Ask Starz. The networks decide what to make available through On Demand.

 

If Starz doesn't provide it, Comcast (and others) can't air it.




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