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Comcast Offers Every ‘24’ Episode On Demand

By : Erik Gruenwedel | Posted: 08 Feb 2010

Comcast Corp. through April 7 is offering re-purposed episodes from seasons one through seven of critically acclaimed Fox TV counter-terrorist series “24” for On Demand viewing — including last year’s shows in high-definition.

The cost, per 24-hour rental period, is 99 cents an episode in standard definition and $1.49 an episode in high-definition. With 68 Emmy nominations, including best drama series and lead actor (Kiefer Sutherland as agent Jack Bauer) awards in 2006, “24” is currently airing its eighth season. 

With nearly 24 million subscribers, Comcast is offering 1,000 episodes from more than 250 TV series On Demand as part of its Project Infinity program.

Programs include repurposed episodes of “Lost,” “Mad Men,” “Accidentally on Purpose,” “Big Love,” “CSI,” “Nip/Tuck,” “The Office,” 30 Rock,” “Trauma,” “Two and a Half Men,” “Desperate Housewives,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and “Dexter.”


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