That is exactly how I lost Blue Bloods, the repeat was suddenly shown one episode every night on MCity, no time and space to watch. And no repeat of season 5 since
Repeats are not really the issue. The way that programming is set up across the different packages is.
I can't speak about the premium channels like M-Net but I can see what M-Net City and Fox on Compact is doing.
After nearly a year of nearly nothing Fox has been airing:
Hawaii 5-0 seasons 1-6, 10 x a week (ending mid October)
How I met you mother seasons 1-9 (I'm assuming 9 they look like they doing all episodes),
10 x a week (no end in sight)
CSI Miami 2x week, so far seasons 5-6
This is ridiculous. Nobody can watch all this & you'll never fit this all onto your Explora, so nobody is benefiting.
On M-Net City they are putting Bull s2 on the Sunday repeat timeslot where there is 4 or 5 episodes going to be shown. Bull s2 has not been aired on M-Net City before it should not be on a repeat time slot, it should be on at 7 or 8 pm with no more than 2 episodes been shown a week. It was the same with Blue Blood s8 it has been shown twice both times 5 x a week. The first showing should have been once a week.
M-Net City is being treated as a repeat channel to M-Net with the occasional new show being thrown in when they can't fit it on M-Net. It should be treated as a lower tier M-Net. Programs should be aired in a way you can watch a tv show properly & not have to watch half because of insane programming.
There are so many series repeats at the moment and I dont mean episodes being repeated, but entire seasons that have been aired months or even years ago.
I'm paying my subs for series already seen a long time ago. Its getting to the point where I will become one of the many cancelling my subscription and moving to streaming services like Netflix