USA Network On-Demand is Greedy
We enjoy On-Demand. We were looking for something to watch, and saw "Eyewitness" on USA On-Demand. It's a 2016 show, but didn't show any end date. We watched Episodes 1 and 2 on 4/15 and 16. When we went to watch #3 on 4/17, it wasn't there. So we did a search, and lo and behold, it was there, but now says "pay". Really? Very unscrupulous. They also did shifty things with "Dirty John" and "The Sinner". Don't remember exactly, but each one had the first few episodes with one end date, and the last ones with earlier end date. So, if you didn't check thoroughly, you'd wind up watching some for free and paying for the others. Ridiculous. Both wound up eventually on Netflix.
If I complain to Comcast about what they did with "Eyewitness", I expect they'll say "the Networks can do whatever they want, and for me to contact the Network". Yes, this has happened before. First of all, the Networks can do what they want within reason, and second, I'm not on Comcast's payroll. We pay Comcast and Comcast pays the Networks. If a Customer rightfully complains about a missing episode or something like what USA has done, Comcast shouldn't let the Network be sloppy or money-hungry. In the past, if we contacted Comcast about a missing episode On-Demand (yes, I've done that), they took care of it, and didn't pass the problem-solving on to the Customer.