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  1. starstricken

    tcm on demand question

    I noticed that tcm has started to remove "on demand" movies before their expiration dates. It just happened with "Cool Hand Luke" and "Citizen Kane", among others. Does anyone know why? Also, why doesn't tcm keep the movies until the end of the expiration date instead of removing them at unpredictable times of the day, which is any time after midnite? I try not to view movies on the last day or even late night before the expiration date, but it's not always possible. There's nothing more annoying than having the plug suddenly pulled on a movie that one is actually enjoying. Also, why do some movies aired by tcm never get to "on demand"?

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