All streaming services remove content, as Netflix now produce a lot of their own content they obviously get to keep them, now tv is based on offering live content and catch up. If you’re mainly looking for box sets then amazon and Netflix are probably a better option but like I said they also add and remove content every month.
Thats not nice, and we don’t do that in this Community
@RoyB @Anonymous User
You're response to M's reply is spot on but, you have to agree, some questions posed in this forum, to say the least, can be quite trying. After all, we both recently poked fun at an equally daft question.
However, I must admit, M's reply was "on the line".
Spot on Roy. We seem to attract a lot of people who post a handful of times, usually bashing the service or just being plain nasty, as in this case, to a fellow poster, something which happened to me just this past week. I often wonder if it's the same person, or a small number of people, who just keep on rejoining under new names &/or email addresses with the sole purpose of abusing the good people on here who are themselves always very helpful and courteous to each other.
There are two types of streaming on Now TV, catchup and BOX Sets. Catchup tends to expire after a few weeks but have the date the programme leaves shown on the selection screen. Box sets come and go in the same way as they do with other providers, some are there for months others for years.
This site has some very useful data
and is updated frequently.
http://www.artesea.co.uk/nowtv/ is my go to site for the latest box set additions on the service. It's useful having the expiry dates posted up there, especially as some of the sets only appear for short periods of time.
@Anonymous User does a stand up job on his pages, there's also one for movies https://www.artesea.co.uk/nowtv/movies.php