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    Vudu TV episodes shared to Google TV

    This is my first time doing this, so please bear with the digital virgin...lol
    I have been using Vudu for about a decade, and have amassed a very large library of TV shows. I have noticed that Movies Anywhere you can migrate your movies that where once Ultraviolet to other streaming services, however TV shows that were once Ultraviolet, like The Sopranos, can't migrate to YouTube, or Google TV. Now that Google TV has become official, as opposed to just a place to buy movies and/or TV on Google Play app...I am wondering if we will soon see the ability to see all my TV on YouTube or Google TV in the near future...and please don't waste my time citing chapter and verse about copyright proprietary licensing of studios....as Both Google TV and YouTube both have nearly all the TV shows I own on their servers. I am hoping for a real answer.
    thank you
    Odddluck

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    So Google tv is real now, Amazon was real already does it have your Vudu tv shows? Apple tv was real already does it have your Vudu TV shows? No to both. So why should google tv suddenly have something no other Movies Anywhere retailer have your Vudu tv shows?

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      #3
      This is why Ultraviolet was better than MoviesAnywhere! My MoviesAnywhere collection is like swiss cheese, missing a lot of titles. More like SomeMoviesSomePlaces. Ha!

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        #4
        Yes...but will Google TV honor what has already been purchased. Will they try to go to the Studios and get compliance

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          #5
          Tv shows no matter where its purchase nowadays are stuck in the one retailer, it will never migrate to other retailers. I purchased deadwood on amazon first, then again on vudu and now on apple tv. If you're asking if old UV enabled tv series that did migrate to other retailers at the time it was purchased and UV was still around will suddenly show up on Google tv, no.

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            #6
            Originally posted by oddluck63265 View Post
            Yes...but will Google TV honor what has already been purchased. Will they try to go to the Studios and get compliance
            Why would Google "honor" purchases of TV shows made at another retailer? That makes no sense.

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              #7
              Until MOVIES ANYWHERE adds TV ANYWHERE your TV shows are stuck where they are. And ma may not ever add a TV component. That is just hopeful speculation.

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                #8
                I think he was asking if shows on vudu will show up in the Google TV interface, just like shows from Hulu, Amazon, Netflix, Disney + and other services do. The answer, is yes, if Vudu becomes a Google TV partner.

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                  #9
                  That wasn't what the OP was asking at all, the OP has Google tv, there is already a Vudu app on Google tv, and inside that Vudu app is his library of movies and tv shows purchased. He wants to know if the tv shows will migrate like some movies of his via MA, and answer to that is no. He doesn't want to purchase them again.

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