Trying to catch up on a few Starz original series now that Comcast is taking Starz away from us on December 31st. One of the series being Black Sails. Some of the episodes are "Buy" only, while some of the episodes are free. I thought that all of the original content for Starz is free to those of us who subscribe. So what's up about this? Why would one episode, same season, have to be purchased and then the next episode of the same season is free. Makes no sense whatsover. Is this just sloppy management of programing content on the part of Stars, Comcast, or both? I think it's sloppy mangagement and Comcast needs to take the responsibility to see that it gets fixed ASAP.
Comcast no longer has right's to Starz programing.
Your answer is not helpful at all. Sounds just like a Comcast employee answer. Comcast should at least care enough to direct customers to a Starz problem-solver that can help. This is just another example of why Comcast is probably the most hated company in America today. Comcast may just provide the data that Starz provides them, but Comcast needs to take partial ownership of the problem in order to get this resolved since it is a product that Comcast is selling to and charging their poorly treated consumers - and at higher prices than found elsewhere for the same product no less to those that have the equipment to do so.
Here is a link that may help you find upcoming (month or two) changes to programming channels. It would likely effect ON DEMAND too. It showed up on my Comcast statement received 12/13/19.
There is also a phone nember listed: 866-216-8634.
Current Programmer Expirations (can affect ON DEMAND)
You might have found it already.