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Tue, Sep 22, 2020 5:12 AM

On Demand selection on Bravo

On Demand for Bravo only shows one listing available.   What happened to the "Housewives"?    Previously I would watch past episodes.  I miss them.



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a month ago

It has become abundantly clear that the networks (ie. Bravo) are moving more and more of their On Demand content to their own streaming services.  In this case, BravoTV  

Don't mess with old people.  The older we get, the less "Life in Prison" is a deterrent.

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a month ago

Let's do our best to make sure you are getting as much entertainment as you can @jfbalassi.


Like @skeeterintexas mentioned the networks do control their programming access for On Demand with any service provider. Two things we would recommend that you check out to see if it is just an issue with the receiver not loading all of the content.

  1. Follow these steps to reset the equipment and perform a recovery on your receiver. Do not do the Disaster Recovery for DVR/Receivers step at this point.
  2. If those first recommendations and steps do no resolve, please follow our Troubleshoot and Resolve steps by logging in, selecting TV, drop down for Uverse TV, and then U-verse TV On demand for additional troubleshooting steps.

Don't forget you can always stream On Demand on the go using the app as well. Please let us know if you still need assistance with your AT&T services.


Bryan, AT&T Community Specialist

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