iTunes TV Canadian Store Debuts

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  1. iPodiTouch

    iPodiTouch New Member

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    As predicted, the Canadian iTunes TV store debuted today. The pickings are a little bit slim at the moment. NBC seems to be missing-in-action and I can't find episodes of Canada's Next Top Model (featuring my favorite small orange man). Still, you can pick up episodes of South Park, Little Mosque on the Prarie, South Park, Avatar, South Park, NHL matches, and South Park.
    I think the selection needs to improve for our Canadian friends ...
  2. trnka

    trnka New Member

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    no complaints here....ive had a hell of a time trying to rip my dvds into itunes
    i think the process has blue-screened my vista machine about 8317 times....
    way to go apple!
  3. illu

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    NBC isn't MIA. It left iTunes a while ago.

    Avatar FTW!
  4. MegaMan

    MegaMan New Member

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    i lose rescept for anyone who pays 2bucks for tv shows that they could watch on their tv
    its called bitt******* or [PIRACY.rs]
    drm no thanks
  5. matriculated

    matriculated New Member

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    Yay. Degrassi TNG and Robson Arms...

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    Where's the Littlest Hobo and Bizzare?
  6. AlexRADL

    AlexRADL Retired Moderator

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    This is how it was when the US store first offered tv shows. There was a limited amount of channels and shows, but eventually all or most of the channels and shows were offered (exluding NBC of course). Don't worry my Canadian friends, give it time, you will eventually get all (or most) of your favorite shows offered on iTunes. It's just a matter of time.

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