AMC's The Walking Dead is having its mid-season premiere in February. I want to catch up on episodes, but Rogers is not listed as a provider on AMCs website, and Rogers On Demand never has any actual recent episodes and has proven absolutely useless any time I've tried to look for a show.
Am I doing something wrong? I want to watch the first half of Season 9 and can't find it anywhere. I went to the AMC channel and ended up having an episode spoiled because even though it said "The Godfather" it was playing The Walking Dead instead.
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Sorry that you have missed the first half of Season 9. You can still catch up last four episodes. Currently, I see The Walking Dead's episodes 6, 7, 8 and 9 of Season 9 listed on Rogers On Demand.
The shows are provided to us by the broadcasters for a limited time. On the licence end date, the shows must be removed. The length of the show availability varies between 1 - 4 weeks. We don't have control over how long the shows/episodes remain available.
Only US-based TV providers will be listed on AMC's website. For more info on this matter, you check @BS's post from a different thread.
@Hinetzu If the series was on Rogers and you could have recorded it and watched it anytime, then I don't see why you would not be entitled to see it, no matter what the licensing agreement is. When I miss something I'll check ROD, even though it's a bit buggy and usually can't be fast forwarded.