Season 2 is/was on a first-run basis, so you get 30 days from when the last episode of Season 2 was shown, and that has just passed.
You should have got a warning though - when did you last watch it?
But you can now experience the beauty of NowTV, if Succession is all you are watching it for; Cancel your pass now (you can still trawl for other stuff until it actually expires), wait for Season 2 to come back as a box set, or for Season 3 to start, and then and only then resubscribe.
I understand that.
But all of the shows have a count down of when you can see them until (28 days left, watch until 6th December, etc).
However there was nothing saying they were suddenly going to remove it!
They still have Season 1 up until start of December.
If this is a common thing with Now TV, then I guess I’ll just go back to Netflix.
We watched each episode of Succession as it aired, or pretty soon after, and every one said when it would expire; but we haven’t rewatched any recently to see if there was a countdown or not.
It is NowTV’s intention to always have a countdown, but you are not the first to report the absence of it.
But some people seem to have seen it when others haven’t, so perhaps it depends what device you are watching it on?
I always get confused when people talk about ‘going back’ to Netflix, though, as if it was impossible to subscribe to both (though maybe you are financially constrained?), or as if you could get the same programmes there (which you largely can’t), or as if programmes on Netflix never expire (which they do).
Or is it that Netflix have a more reliable countdown to programme expiry, which you find more reassuring?
Season 1 of Succession stays up, by the way, as it has come back on the box set basis, rather than the first run basis of Season 2. Season 2 will no doubt come back on a box set basis once it has done the rounds of the secondary and tertiary content providers, probably about when NowTV gets season 3.