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Missed the season premiere of Bachelor Pad? Forgot to set your PVR for last night’s Hell’s Kitchen? Not a problem. You can catch up on missed TV shows on Rogers On Demand. Here’s how:

  1. Go to Channel 100.
  2. Navigate to the TV folder.
  3. Select the network on which the show appears (for example, Citytv).
  4. Scroll to the show’s name and press Select on your Rogers remote, then navigate to Play.

Tip: Once you select the show you want to view, look at the top right of your screen for pricing information. If it says “No Charge,” you will not be charged anything to view the show. Programs generally take 48 hours to become available on Rogers On Demand.

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13 thoughts on “How-To: Catch a Show You Missed

268Swanton, on said:

Thank you for the sensible critique. Me & my neighbor were just preparing to do some research on this. I’m very glad to see such great information being shared freely out there.


Sandra Gagnon, on said:

When I select Rogers On Demand on Ch 100 I am not given any options to select – it is purely informational. Occasionally the instruction "Press ‘A’ key for On Demand" appears on the screen, however, pressing the ‘A’ key does nothing. Please help!!


Pat, on said:

French shows would be greatly appreciated. It can’t be that hard.


Pierrette, on said:

Est-ce que c’est seulement des programmes anglais qui sont disponibles?


Raymon Anderholm, on said:

Cool! What an incredible contest!


How to impress a girl, on said:

Sorry for the huge review, but I’m really loving the new Zune, and hope this, as well as the excellent reviews some other people have written, will help you decide if it’s the right choice for you.


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Appreciate the recommendation. Let me try it out.


Susan, on said:

Not all channels and TV programs are available through Rogers’ Channel 100. Please consider adding to your list (e.g. Slice). Thanks.


M Warren, on said:

When is Rogers going to improve the clunky, slow and unreliable software used to control cable TV?
When will the consumer be able to pay for and watch his own selections only … not rip-off packages?
Since the biased masters of the CRTC won’t serve the taxpayers who pay them, it will be when we get proper competition. May it be soon.

Even this comment system is flawed … "which "required fields" do you see marked *?


donna cunliffe, on said:

I need technical service


    @RogersNicolas, on said:

    Hi Donna,

    Can you reach out to Care via Twitter @RogersHelps, Facebook or over the phone. Our team is here to help!

donna cunliffe, on said:

my recording device doesn’t work.


the north face 2012, on said:

As a Newbie, I am always searching online for articles that can aid me. Thank you


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