A quick update about The Tudors

Update2: 7/23/2011: Season 2 is now in order. Seasons 1 and 2 are in a new order, and we’re currently working on the new order. Be careful when watching Seasons 1 and 2 until we get the new order posted.

Update: Seasons 1 and 2 have been updated as of just past midnight 7/20/2011. Please see the Season pages for the correct order.
Season 1
Season 2

Hi all,

The first and second seasons of The Tudors have been giving everyone a lot of trouble lately, not because we have any trouble figuring out the order, but because it has changed 3 days in a row. On 7/16 we updated the order that has presumably been changed before that, then it was reported to have changed on 7/17, yesterday, with even a new episode missing in Season 1 (#7).

It was just reported via anonymous comment that the order is wrong again today, 7/18. I will get to work finding the right order as soon as I can, but please bear in mind that Netflix is doing something behind the scenes here, and you need to be very careful watching episodes as it may be the wrong one and contain spoilers. Keep us posted in the comments for each season with any information you find out as to the right order.
Thanks!

The Tudors removed from instant stream

UPDATESeasons 1 and 2 were taken down on 7/1/2011, and brought back up with seasons 1-4! We’ll see if all 4 are out of order and get the corrections listed here.


About 10 minutes ago (just after midnight on 7/1/2011 PST/US), I was getting the proper order for The Tudors, Season 2, when both seasons of The Tudors were removed from Instant Stream completely.
If you enjoy streaming episodes online, I suggest contacting Netflix and letting them know that at least having the episodes online out of order allows us to post the correct order online and watch our favorite shows.


Keep posting updated orders here, and consider not reporting incorrect ordering to Netflix unless you want the episodes taken down completely.

Posted from http://NetflixFixer.com

Alert! – The Tudors episode orders have changed!

Update, 7/17/2011: We just went through The Tudors again, as there was a slight change yesterday. Season 1 is now missing a new episode, #7. The Season 1 page’s top post has been updated to reflect this. Season 2 still has the same (wrong) order, on the Season 2 page; and Seasons 3 and 4 are currently in the correct order. Thanks to everyone who keeps updating the comments, as you can help eachother out even before we update the main posts, so that people can find the right orders with a quick google search.

Thanks to an anonymous tip posted in the comments, we are looking through The Tudors episodes now, and there is a new order for Seasons 1 and 2, while Seasons 3 and 4 appear to be in order as of early morning 7/6/2011. If you were watching Season 3 or 4, you’ll want to continue from the episode that is correctly after the last one you watched:

-For example if you were watching Season 4, Episode 4 – which was actually Episode 5 before, you’ll want to watch Episode 6 next, and continue through in order.

Thanks to everyone who keeps commenting with their findings. Let us know any other shows that are out of order so that we can investigate as well!

Posted from http://NetflixFixer.com

New Blog! Stop watching Netflix episodes out of order!

This is a blog spawned from the frustration we’ve had finding the correct order of Netflix TV show episodes when they are out of order. For example, we were watching Whale Wars, Season 3 streaming on Netflix, and realized that one episode a certain boat was sinking, then in the next episode, that boat was just fine, then it had sunk a long time ago, etc. It turns out the correct order to watch the show in was: 9, 2, 11, 12, 3, 8, 7, 6, 4, 1, 5, 10, 13 – completely random, hard to find online, and incredibly hard to figure out on your own without spoiling all of the important plot elements of the story since they were labelled as the correct episodes! Then we watched The Tudors, Season 2, and they were all out of order as well.

We decided that the best way to remedy the situation would be an easily searchable blog which contains no spoilers(!) about the episode contents. By quickly searching the left bar of NetflixFixer, you can see if the show you’re about to watch is out of order, and find the correct order to watch it in. If you find a show that’s out of order that we don’t know about, leave a comment on a recent topic, or email tips [at] netflixfixer [dot] com, and we’ll get it posted in it’s own section. If you find an order correction, post it in the comments for that show, and we’ll investigate and/or check the majority decision and update the main post.

Many people ask why we don’t simply click the “Report a problem” link on Netflix and leave it at that. When we reported on The Tudors, Netflix took the whole show down making it “disc only.” This makes it impossible to stream the show even if you do know the correct order, and is especially bad after the streaming and disc plans for Netflix were disconnected from eachother. I don’t mind if this blog becomes completely unnecessary because the shows are all fixed – and hopefully someone at Netflix can see the correct order here and simply plug them in – but until that happens we’ll keep posting the correct orders here so that people don’t inadvertently jump into the wrong episode and find out that a character is dead, people got divorced, the aliens have been repelled, etc. Get started by loading up NetflixFixer.com on your smartphone right before you start a new show on Netflix. Check the left column for your show, and leave a comment!

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