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    Default Comcast Xfinity’s catch-up week

    From The Denver Post:

    Xfinity TV

    Ready for a TV marathon? Are you still behind the curve on “The Wire”? Comcast’s Xfinity TV is running a free catch-up “Watchathon Week” today through March 31, offering some 3,500 episodes of 100 TV series across 30 premium, cable and broadcast networks.
    Among the series available: “Downton Abbey,” “Game Of Thrones,” “Dexter,” “Girls,” “Spartacus,” “Mad Men,” “Dexter,” “Revolution,” “The Walking Dead,” “Touch,” “Chicago Fire,” “Parenthood,” and “The Americans.” Plus some older series you may have missed, like “The Sopranos,” “Sex And The City” and “The Wire.” Programming will be available at Xfinity.com/tv, the Xfinity TV Player App for Apple and Android devices, and Xfinity Streampix as well as the VOD service for subscribers.
    The goal is twofold. Comcast wants to show viewers an alternative to Netflix while at the same time demonstrating to networks that its video on demand service is more friend than foe.


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