@Jdbunc wrote: ... ESPN, ESPN2, TNT, HGTV, NBCSN, TLC, SYFY, FX, TBS, MTV ...
In most areas none of those channels are part of the Digital Economy lineup, especially the sports channels which are some of the most expensive. To see your local channel lineup, check https://www.xfinity.com/learn/channel-lineup, https://www.xfinity.com/support/local-channel-lineup/, or perhaps one of your recent bills at https://customer.xfinity.com/. Service Centers and Xfinity Stores should have printed channel lineups. Check locations and hours at http://www.xfinity.com/support/service-center-locations/ to pick one up, or call Customer Service at 1-800-Comcast and have them send a lineup to you.
I had the same issue with my digitial economy subscription. I live in the DC area and was notified in my March statement that channels would be removed starting May 10 (Cartoon Network, Weather Channel, TruTV, Disney, and Food Network). But May 10 came, and I lost those 5 channels along with 20+ more (including all of those you listed). After multiple X1 system refreshes, multiple customer and tech support calls, and multiple visits to my home from a technician, the answer was ultimately --> those 20+ channels were no longer included in my digital economy subscription either, even though I was NEVER informed of that fact.
The best explanation I got from the Comcast billing department was that they were trying to get all customers on the old packages ("old" in my case being March 2017) switched over to their new tiers. In order for me to keep the channels I had been getting, I was required to upgrade to a different package.
Sorry my outcome isn't good news for you. Good luck!
I am experiencing the same problem--it's a rip away to get you to pay more money. They weren't like that at first. Totally considering changing providers.