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Sat, Aug 1, 2020 3:51 PM

LA Law

There are multiple missing episodes in LA Law library. Why? How?

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Champion

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3 months ago

Wow. According to Advanced Title Search, 40 of the 171 episodes are unavailable, and the dates span the series.
https://www.imdb.com/search/title/?series=tt0090466&online_availability=%21US/IMDbTV&sort=release_date,asc&view=simple
For instance, the first such, https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0624141/, episode 1.4 The Princess and the Wiener King according to IMDb, has no viewing options, and is absent from the Season 1 choices on Amazon Video: https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B08CQKG6T7/
Searching Amazon Video for that episode title yields no results, so it's not just misplaced.

I'm betting it has something to do with music rights.

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70 Points

2 months ago

Watching  LA Law but a lot of episodes are missing, where can I find them?

 

Note: This comment was created from a merged conversation originally titled Missing episodes of LA Law tv series

Employee

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949 Messages

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2 months ago

Hi,

 

Unfortunately we do not have all 171 episodes available in our catalog. I can confirm that at this time, we only have 134 out of the 171 episodes available to stream on IMDb TV. As a result, you will find that certain episodes are not available and missing from IMDb TV.

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60 Points

Could you please provide a reason for the missing episodes out of curiosity? Copyright issues? Bad video/audio quality? Seems like a lot of episodes to be missing

 

Thank you in advance

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62 Points

5 days ago

I’ve watched La law for a month straight on IMBD and I’m addicted to the show.  I have noticed it’s missing a lot of episodes and I’m wondering it’s because of 1980s word retard and The “N” word was used so much on this show. Is this the reason? Where there episodes not released because of the language used or subject manner?

Champion

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I'm betting it has something to do with music rights.