Your response while correct, does not apply in the case I am refering to. For example: Season nine of "Archer" is currently airing on FXX. New episodes debut every Wednesday night. The next day, they appear "on demand." This has been the rule with each of the seven episodes that have aired--with the exception of Episode 4, which debuted on May 16. It is still NOT available "on demand." Since there is a running storyline for this program, continuity is important--even for an animated series! I think this episode NOT being available "on demand" is the result of a technical "glitch." Why would FXX offer episodes 1, 2, 3, skip episode 4, then offer 5, 6, 7? It's illogical.
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episode 8--the season finale--was added to "on demand" thursday night. this mean that episodes 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7 and 8 are "on demand" while episode 4 is not. makes no sense! guess i'll have to wait for the dvd. btw: my monthly spectrum bill is $252.00. i expected better.
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