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    • Katykat
    • By Katykat 15th Apr 18, 10:19 AM
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    Amazon Prime question
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    Amazon Prime question 15th Apr 18 at 10:19 AM
    Not a 3rd world problem, I know, but just a bit of info. After watching a box set on Netflix & then having the series pulled before I finished it, I took my chance & began watching Greys Anatomy on Prime. Iím on season 2 at present ( there are 13 seasons). An email today tells me that this series ends in 2 weeks. No way am I going to get through it. The show is recording series 14 at present & some stars have signed up for series 16. My question is - would Amazon be likely to reintroduce this programme at some point to catch up series 14-16. And if so, would it include the whole series from season 1? A big ask, but does anyone know if Amazon have done this previously?
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    • Moneyineptitude
    • By Moneyineptitude 15th Apr 18, 10:46 PM
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    . My question is - would Amazon be likely to reintroduce this programme at some point to catch up series 14-16. And if so, would it include the whole series from season 1?
    Originally posted by Katykat
    No one can predict what shows will (or will not) be available via a particular online provider. The more popular shows are often the subject of bidding wars with exclusive rights going to the highest bidder.

    If you want to be sure of seeing every episode of every series, best advice is to purchase on Blu-ray or DVD box sets
    • Bigphil1474
    • By Bigphil1474 18th Apr 18, 8:43 AM
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    • 18th Apr 18, 8:43 AM
    OP, my experience of Amazon TV is that they usually bring back series a few months later. I think they have capacity issues.
    Typically they'll have the first few series free, with the latest one on a pay per episode plan. Eventually, that series becomes free, as the newer series become available. I had a similar situation a couple of years ago - can't remember what series it was, but if you leave it on your watch list, when it becomes available again it will remember it's on your list. Also had it on Now TV with Criminal Minds, where the first 10 series disappeared, but came back a few months later.
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    • By Katykat 19th Apr 18, 6:26 AM
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    Good to know Bigphil
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